Pantheon of Chaos

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A pantheon is typically a temple to Gods and Goddesses from a particular religion or mythology. But it can also be dedicated to all deities from any mythology or era. In the matter of witchcraft and sorcery the witch or sorcerer has made a connection with one or more different deities and thus creates their own pantheon, their own gods and goddesses to which they direct their magic prayers to, praying to the God or Goddess who, at the time is best suited to the needs of the caster.

Not all witches or sorcerers have a pantheon, some only have one maybe two deities they use. Some have non and never call upon any to aid them. The choice is yours. Not everyone feels the calling of the Gods, some never make the connection, some just decide to work on their own. Sometimes you can make the first connection to a God or Goddess. if you try this, make sure you understand the deity you have called to. Not all are open to contact from us mere mortals.

Depending on the path that you walk there are many deities that you can call upon. If you can make the connection. Unless you follow a particular path of mythology, you can in theory call upon any deity of any era, from any pantheon. there are many places that you can find information on every deity that has existed since the dawn of time. One of the most comprehensive of these is the GodChecker site from here you can research over 3700 Gods, Goddesses, Spirits, Demons and Saints.

In ancient mythology there were gods of just about every conceivable event or act of nature. There were gods of life, death, happiness, sadness, sky, the Earth, and just about every emotion that you could imagine. In ancient Egypt there was even a god of the toilet! In the mythology of Egypt's there was a God and a Goddess of War. Egypt's has one of the highest number of deities in any pantheon. It seems that Egypt's had a god or goddess for practically everything that happened in life from birth to death and everything conceivable between.

There have been many religious pantheons throughout world history, some of these include African, Aztec, Celtic, Chinese, Egyptian, Greek, Hindu, Norse, Inca, Japanese, Maya, native American, Roman, Slavic and Sumerian. As this site shows both the light and darker side of magic and sorcery, I have listed below some of the darker Gods and Goddesses mythology. Some will be known but many more you probably will never have heard of. This is just a small example of the range of pantheons in the history of the world.

CELTIC
Dagda - God of Life, Death, War and Magic
Morgan LeFay (Welsh) - Goddess of Death, Fate, the Sea and Curses
Morrigan - Goddess of War, Revenge, Night, Magic and Prophecy. She is also Queen of Fairies and Witches
Skatha (Welsh) - Goddess of the Underworld, Darkness, Magic, Prophecy and Martial Arts.

NORSE
Holler - God of Death, Destruction, Disease and Disaster
Modi - God of Battlerage
Vali - God of Vengeance

ROMAN
Mars - God of War

GREEK
Ares - God of War
Eris - Goddess of Discord
Hecate - Goddess of the Underworld, Witchcraft and Black Magic
Nemesis - Goddess of Vengeance
Thanatos - God of Death

EGYPTIAN
Ammit - Demonic Goddess known as The Devourer of Souls
Anouke - Goddess of War
Ba-pef - God of Woe and Dread
Kauket - Goddess of Dark Chaos
Menhit - Goddess of War
Menthu - God of War
Petbe - God of Retaliation
Reshep - God of War, Battle and the Military
Sakhmet - Goddess of War and Vengeance
Seker - God of Anguish and Death Rites
Set - God of Chaos, War and Storms

SUMERIAN
Ereshkigal - Goddess of Darkness and Death


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