Man in the Moon

The surface highlights of the moon that are noticeable from Earth have been interpreted by many societies as the face or figure of a man, regularly called the Man in the Moon in English. Many societies furthermore have a moon god, whether owing to this pareidolia or not. Therefore, there are different clarifications concerning how […]

Zeus

Zeus, in old Greek religion, boss divinity of the pantheon, a sky and climate god who was indistinguishable with the Roman god Jupiter. His name unmistakably originates from that of the sky god Dyaus of the old Hindu Rigveda. Zeus was viewed as the sender of thunder and lightning, precipitation, and winds, and his conventional […]

Venus(Aphrodite)

Aphrodite, antiquated Greek goddess of sexual love and magnificence, related to Venus by the Romans. The Greek word aphros signifies “froth,” and Hesiod relates in his Theogony that Aphrodite was conceived from the white froth created by the cut off privates of Uranus (Heaven), after his child Cronus tossed them into the ocean. Aphrodite was, […]

Thor

Thor, god regular to all the early Germanic people groups, an incredible warrior spoke to as a red-unshaven, moderately aged man of colossal quality, an intractable adversary to the hurtful race of mammoths however considerate toward humankind. His figure was commonly optional to that of the god Odin, who in certain conventions was his dad; […]

Odin

Odin, additionally called Wodan, Woden, or Wotan, one of the important divine beings in Norse folklore. His definite nature and job, in any case, are hard to decide due to the mind boggling picture of him given by the abundance of archeological and scholarly sources. The Roman student of history Tacitus expressed that the Teutons […]

Neptune

Neptune, Latin Neptunus, in Roman religion, initially the divine force of new water; by 399 BCE he was related to the Greek Poseidon and along these lines turned into a god of the ocean. His female partner, Salacia, was maybe initially a goddess of jumping springwater, in this way compared with the Greek Amphitrite. Neptune’s […]

Merlin

Merlin is conceivably the most outstanding sorceror ever. By most records, he was amazingly incredible, fit for performing almost any sort of enchantment immaginable. He is regularly portrayed as a progenitor or educator to other incredible mystical performers, or the wellspring of mysterious charms that advantage different heroes. In the Arthurian cycles, he was normally […]

Mercury

Mercury (or Hermes in Greek fantasy) was the supporter lord of monetary profit, business, expert articulation (and along these lines verse), messages/correspondence (counting divination), voyagers, limits, karma, deceit and cheats in Greco-Roman folklore; he was additionally the guide of spirits to the black market and one of the Twelve Olympians. The child of Zeus and […]

Medusa

Medusa, in Greek folklore, the most renowned of the beast figures known as Gorgons. She was generally spoken to as a winged female animal having a head of hair comprising of snakes; in contrast to the Gorgons, she was at times spoken to as exceptionally delightful. Medusa was the main Gorgon who was mortal; thus […]

Lucifer

Lucifer, (Latin: Lightbearer)Greek Phosphorus, or Eosphoros, in old style folklore, the morning star (i.e., the planet Venus at first light); represented as a male figure bearing a light, Lucifer had no legend, yet in verse he was regularly envoy of the day break. In Christian occasions Lucifer came to be viewed as the name of […]