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Mawu is the supreme creator god according to the Fon people of Abomey (Republic of Benin). ...Read more
You may have heard people refer to a Full Moon in the autumn as the "Harvest Moon" or the "Hunter's ...Read more
Coyolxauhqui represents the Moon in the Aztec mythology. Her name means "Golden Bells." She ...Read more
According to Hinduism, every part of the cosmos is seen as being a manifestation of an underlying ...Read more
Diana was an ancient Italian goddess of woodland. In Capua and in Aricia, a locality near ...Read more
In Greek mythology, Artemis was born with her twin brother Apollo in the island of Delos. ...Read more
Rona was the daughter of the sea god Tangaroa. She was the Tide Controller. One night she ...Read more
Anningan is the name of the Moon god of some Inuit tribes that live in Greenland. The Inuit ...Read more
Tsuki-Yomi was the Moon god according the oldest Japanese religion, Shinto, which means "the ...Read more
Ix Chel, the "Lady Rainbow," was the old Moon goddess in Maya mythology. Mayan people lived ...Read more
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