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Punga

Punga

Region of origin: New Zealand

In the creation myth of the Māori people, Punga, son of the god of the sea, was the progenitor of “strange” and ugly animals; his own two sons separated to land and sea and became the fathers of all reptiles and sea creatures, respectively. 6 more words

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Glycon

Glycon

Region of origin: Macedonia

Foretold as a new physical incarnation of the Greek god Asclepius by the oracle Alexander of Abonutichus, Glycon hatched from a goose egg and rapidly grew into a massive snake with human facial features and long blonde hair. 60 more words

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Perchta

Perchta

Region of origin: Bavaria, Germany

An alpine goddess with numerous names, forms and roles, she was largely associated with weaving and spinning, fertility and as being a guardian of unbaptized children, beasts and the wilderness. 83 more words

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The Study of Pagan Gods & Goddesses: Kali

The Study of Pagan Gods & Goddesses: Kali

O Goddess Kali, give me of Thy wisdom,
O Goddess Kali, give me of Thy mercy,
O Goddess Kali, give me of Thy fullness, 5,523 more words

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Colel Cab

Colel Cab

Region of origin: Central America

Mayan Earth goddess with a connection to bees and beekeeping, a tradition in the Maya culture connecting agricultural and spiritual aspects. 6 more words

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Makara

Makara

Region of origin: India

The makara is an aquatic creature of variable chimeric parts but most often depicted with a fish- or crocodile-like body and a long elephantine snout. 25 more words

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Ao Ao

Ao Ao

Region of origin: Paraguay and central South America

One of the seven monstrous children of Tau and Kerana in Guaraní mythology, Ao Ao is a god of hills and mountains and will voraciously pursue its favorite prey, man, anywhere except up a palm tree. 6 more words

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