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World Mythology Lite: World Mythology Lite, #2
World Mythology Lite: World Mythology Lite, #2
World Mythology Lite: World Mythology Lite, #2
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This book contains the other sections of World Mythology Lite that didn't make it into the first book. There are descriptions of ancient deities and heroes in this book.

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    World Mythology Lite - Frederick Holiday

    By Frederick Holiday

    With bibliographical references.


    Copyright © 2020 Frederick M. Holiday

    All rights reserved

    Dedicated to Herman Slater.


    This is the second volume of my mythology series. I’m writing this at home in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. Be safe and well.

    Frederick Holiday

    Table of Contents


    Section 1: Anglo Saxon Mythology  4

    Section 2: Carib Mythology  5

    Section 3: Carpathian Mythology  7

    Section 4: Christian Mythology  10

    Section 5: Dacian Mythology  30

    Section 6: Dutch Mythology  34

    Section 7: Estonia Mythology  36

    Section 8: Fiji Mythology  41

    Section 9: Finland Mythology  43

    Section 10: Gnostic Mythology  47

    Section 11: Hungary Mythology  50

    Section 12: Islamic Mythology  52

    Section 13: Judaism Mythology  55

    Section 14: Kaballah Mythology  62

    Section 15: Korean Mythology  66

    Section 16: Maori Mythology  69

    Section 17: Mongol Mythology  73

    Section 18: Mormon Mythology  75

    Section 19: Nicaragua Mythology  76

    Section 20: Nigeria Mythology  78

    Section 21: Peru Mythology  81

    Section 22: Poland Mythology  84

    Section 23: Polynesian Mythology  88

    Section 24: Rhineland Mythology  94

    Section 25: Rhodesia Mythology  96

    Section 26: Romanian Mythology  97

    Section 27: Romany Mythology  99

    Section 28: Semitic Mythology  100

    Section 29: Siberia Mythology  105

    Section 30: Syria Mythology  114

    Section 31: Tahiti Mythology  119

    Section 32: Thracian Mythology  122

    Bibliography  124



    This is volume 2 of World Mythology Lite. I had no intention of there being two volumes of this book originally but it is what it is. The first volume was getting long so I stopped it at around 250 pages to go to print. Then I decided to research the idea of a second volume if there was enough material. The two smaller volumes may eventually get combined. Thanks.

    F. Holiday

    Section 1

    Anglo Saxon Mythology


    Balder: God of immortality.

    Eostre: Goddess of the dawn and birth.

    Frig: AKA Frigg. Friday is named after her. She’s the Goddess of love.

    Hel: Goddess of death.

    Hengist: He’s a co-leader of the Anglo-Saxon invasion of Britain.

    Horsa: He’s a co-leader of the Anglo-Saxon invasion of Britain.

    Loki: God of cunning.

    Mani: He’s a lunar deity. Monday is named after him.

    Saturn: Saturday is named after him. He’s the Roman God of sowing or seed.

    Saxnot: God of the family.

    Sol: She’s a solar deity and she’s the sister of Mani. Sunday is named after her.

    Tiw: Tuesday is named after him. He’s war God.

    Thor: AKA Thunor. Thursday is named after him. He’s the God of thunder and rain.

    Wade: God of the sea.

    Wayland: God of metalworking.

    Woden: Wednesday is named after him. He’s the chief God.


    Section 2

    Carib Mythology


    Ahulane: He’s a male deity.

    Anuanaitu: Goddess of whirlpools and the ocean.

    Amalivaca: AKA Sigoo or Sigu. He’s a benevolent demi-God who shapes the world and teaches people how to live. He’s sometimes the son of Tamosi and he’s also sometimes the twin brother of Vochi.

    Guabancex: Goddess of the rain and winds.

    Hila: Goddess of cold weather, drifts, storms and the atmosphere.

    Kame and Keri: They’re twin brothers who populated the world with animals and fixed the sun and moon in their present courses.

    Kanaima: It’s an evil spirit that possesses people and either causes them to go into a murderous rage or become deadly animals. He’s sometimes invoked by those seeking revenge.

    Kanipinikåśśikueu: AKA Caribou Master. He’s an Innu man who got wedded to a caribou doe and then became caribou himself.

    Korobona: Goddess of lakes.

    Makunaima: He’s a cultural hero who helps humanity by ridding the world of monsters. He works by night. He’s a twin son of the sun.

    Olokum: He’s a hermaphrodite God.

    Pia: He’s the twin brother of Makunaima. He’s a cultural hero who rids the world of monsters.

    Tamosi: AKA Tamosi Kabo-Tano or Tamosi Kabutana. He’s the great creator God and has never been seen by a mortal.

    Vochi: He’s the twin brother of Amalivaca and helps him with his work.

    Vodu: It’s a collective name for Gods.

    YeMayan: Goddess of the deep sea.

    Yemaya: Goddess of the deep sea.

    Section 3

    Carpathian Mythology


    Rod: Absolute, primordial God of the universe and all other Gods.

    Belobo: AKA the White God. He’s God of light and goodness.

    Chernobog: AKA the Black God. He’s God of darkness and evil.

    Rozanica: Mother Goddess.

    Sud: God who judges.

    Sudenica: Goddess who judges.

    Vid: Celestial and rainy aspect of God.

    Vida: Celestial and rainy aspect of the Goddess.

    Zhibog: God of fertility, love and marriage.

    Zhiva: Goddess of fertility, love and marriage.

    Triglav: God of the earth.

    Svarog: God of heaven, fire, smithery and the military.

    Perun: War God. He’s the son of Svarog.

    Svetovid: Four-headed God of light, power, and war.

    Ognebog: Fire God.

    Dazhbog: Sun God.

    Jutrobog: Lunar God.

    Devana: Goddess of forests and hunting.

    Perperuna: Goddess of rain. She’s wife of Perun.

    Kupala: God of the sun of the summer solstice. She’s also the Goddess of water and joy.

    Lada: Great Goddess of joy, harmony and the earth.

    Marzanna: Goddess of death, winter and who grows sprouts.

    Mokosh: Mother Goddess of grain and wet earth.

    Chislobog: Goddess of the influences of the moon, lunar month and calculation of time.

    Karna: Goddess of funerals.

    Kostroma: Goddess of fertility and spring.

    Kostromo: God of fertility and spring.

    Lelia: Goddess of mercy and spring.

    Matergabia: AKA Fire Mother. She’s Goddess of the hearth.

    Ognyena: Goddess of celestial fire.

    Ozwiena: Goddess of the echo.

    Baba Slata: She’s the same as Hecate.

    Uroda: Goddess of agriculture and ploughed land.

    Bevo: Goddess of mastery and knowledge, personifying earth and exploration.

    Ursula: Lunar Goddess.

    Veliona: Goddess of death, warden of the ancestors’ souls.

    Vesna: Spring Goddess.

    Chur: God of the delimitation of properties and boundaries.

    Dogoda: God of the west wind.

    Erisvorsh: God of thunder, storm and wind.

    Flins: God of death.

    Hors: Solar God.

    Ipabog: Hunting God.

    Koliada: God representing the young, winter sun returning after solstice.

    Kresnik: Solar and fire God.

    Morskoy Tsar: Sea God.

    Nemiza: God who ends life.

    Ny: AKA Peklabog. He’s God of the underworld.

    Porevit: God of summer and the south. It’s an aspect of Perun.

    Posvist: Wind God.

    Pripegaia: AKA Priapus.

    Radegast: God of hospitality, strength and honor.

    Rugievit: Warrior God and tutelary deity of Rügen.

    Simargi: God of vegetation, abundance, drinking, fortune and sailors.

    Stribog: God of storms, winds and wealth.

    Veles: Chthonic God of cattle, commerce, wild animals, sight, poetic inspiration and the forest.

    Yarilo: God of peace, fertility, sexuality and spring.

    Dido and Dida: twins.

    Dolya: Goddess of good fate. She’s known as Nedolya when she’s the Goddess of bad fate.

    Srecha: She bestows welfare upon the person to whom she’s assigned.

    Zorya: Goddess of beauty and war.

    Zvezda: Two sister Goddesses who represent the two phases of the planet Venus. They are Zvezda Dennitsa or Morning Star and Zvezda Vechernyaya or Evening Star.

    Bereginia: She’s tutelary Goddess of riverbanks, waters, etc.

    Vodianoy: He’s tutelary God of waters.

    Boginka: She’s tutelary Goddesses of waters.

    Leshy: He’s tutelary God of forests.

    Moroz: God of the cold.

    Polevoy: He’s tutelary God of the fields.

    Domovoy: Household God and warden of the hearth.

    Dugnay: Tutelary deity of bakery and bread.

    Julius: Tutelary deity of Wolin.

    Krugis: Tutelary deity of pets and blacksmithing.

    Pizamar: Tutelary deity of Asund.

    Podaga: Tutelary deity of fishing and hunting.

    Kirnis: Tutelary deity of cherries.

    Kremara: He’s tutelary God of swine, specifically young pigs.

    Kurwaichin: Tutelary deity of lambs.

    Pesseias: Tutelary deity of pets.

    Ratainitsa: Tutelary deity of horses.

    Zosim: Tutelary deity of bees.

    Woda: Odin.

    Balduri: Balder.

    Hela: Death Goddess.

    Morok: God of errors, ignorance, deceit and lies.

    Mesyats: Moon God.

    Solntse: Solar Goddess.

    Section 4

    Christian Mythology


    St. Michael: He’s a protective archangel. He

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