What are the names of all goddesses of all religions?
That I know of...
Hera-leadership(Dreamer), queen of the gods (greek)
Carlotta Aphrodite-beauty and love
Rosalinda-water, the moon, and friendship (dreamer)
Isabella-earth, the sun, and friendship (dreamer)
God can have many different names considoring the context of the religion, for example based just on Christianity there are many names for God in the bible as there are many names for Jesus. God, The Divine, The Holy Trinity, The Divine Being, Supreme Being, All-Knowing, All-Powerful, All-Loving, The Only God. This can be different in different religions and religions such as Hinduism are polytheistic and have a belief in many Gods and Goddesses.
The ancient Greek and Roman religious beliefs were similar in that their deities had the same qualities only different names. However this was not exclusive to the Greeks and Romans. All pre-Christian cultures had similar gods and goddesses. That is one of the reasons that Rome was able to absorb the religions of their conquered peoples.
There are many names, and in some cases, the names and titles of a goddess number into near the hundreds. We are yet still uncovering more goddesses.
All peoples have had religions with one god or several.
Go to www.google.com and find it!
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The Romans believed a bunch of religions. The Roman Gods & Goddesses The Greek Gods & Goddesses Christianity These are the main religions they believed but there were a wide range.
There are goddesses for which no name has been found, and goddesses where there are more than one name for them so this question can not be answered with any accuracy.
There are many Greek Goddesses including Aphrodite, Gaia, Hera, Athena and Persephone. See the related link for a full list.
No. It is mainly figures from Roman mythology that have planets/constellations named after them, but as there are many other minor gods/goddesses in Roman mythology as well as deities from other religions, not all of them have a planet/constellation named after them.
Many religions have a plurality of gods. Hindu is a good example.
Aphrodite, Apollo, Ares, Artemis, and Athena
you have to guess the names of the gods and goddesses NO!!!Don't look it up go grab a pencil and paper(in real life) go to the museum (in poptropica) and write all the names of the gods and goddesses.
All names for weekdays are derived from the names of Norse gods and goddesses. Thursday is Thor's day from the Norse god Thor.
It has been said that Hinduism is a religion of 330 million Hinduism gods. All other gods and goddesses are simply facets of this one God.Hinduism is a religion which does recognize a single supreme deity but is tolerant of all other religions and gods or goddesses as forms or manifestations of this one single deity or supreme being. Their philosophy is that, although they believe there is but one truth, there are different "Sages"… Read More
All the gods and goddesses of Greek Mythology is a list over three thousand names long.
Christianity, Judaism, Islam and Atheism
Yes. Most of what we consider mythology today was at one point a living, vibrant religion practiced by people just like you. In fact, gods and goddesses are still worshiped today in a number of pagan and non-western religions around the world. While the Western religions (Christianity, Islam, and Judaism) restrict themselves to one God, many religions allow for a pantheon of both male and female deities that typically represent different aspect of life. In… Read More
Tenochtitlan was a part of the Aztec Empire, thus their gods and goddesses were Aztec.
gods: achilles, hercules, goddesses athena
Many because of all diffrent religions
They are a part of the world's historic religions.
They are far too many to list here. But click the link below and you will see a menu with all their names.
There are an infinite number of Hindu gods and goddesses, so listing all of them would be, literally, impossible.
theres Athena and Artemis goddesses of wisdom and hunting respectively
There were multiple gods and goddesses for MANY different reasons. From protection all the way to Beer. The best way to get a list of the gods and goddesses is just to google it:))
The most important ones were: Hera, Hestia, Demeter, Aphrodite, Artemis, Persephone.
Athena, Gaia, Aphrodite, Demeter, and Iris. I don't remember if Iris is a Goddess. But I am sure she is. :)
Aphrodite Athena Artemis Demeter Hera Hestia (its impossible to name all of the goddesses as there were hundreds of minor ones but this is what i have to offer)
They weren't complex. look up Osiris, Isis, Ra, Sept, Horus, Bastet. they're all Egyptian gods/goddesses. They weren't complex. look up Osiris, Isis, Ra, Sept, Horus, Bastet. they're all Egyptian gods/goddesses.
No, Sikhs and Hindus are different religions. As the first answerer wrote, now Hinduism and Sikhism are considered different religions. But there is a gray area. All hindus rever the Sikh gurus, and many Sikhs rever Hindu Gods and Goddesses.
There are hundreds of Gods and Goddesses within Paganism. Which ones in particular were you interested in?
# Aphrodite # Artemis # Athena # Adephagia # Alectrona # Amphitrite # Antheia # Aphaea # Astraea # Ate
Sometimes they started worshiping the gods and goddesses of people they conquered--they took on the Greek religion, Christianity, Egyptian and Persian religions.
It is a fact that the ancient Egyptians worshiped gods and goddesses in their religion, but that religion has since all but died out along with Egypt as it was before the Romans. So other modern religions claim that old religion wasn't "real" as it does not exist as it was. But, it can be argued, all religions do not end as they start out as.
There are many goddesses of Earth, in many religions both ancient and modern.
Greek goddesses consits of Important= Artmis , Aphordite, Hera, Demeter, Athena, Persephone, Calypso, Hestia, Lesser= Hebe, Iris, Muses and the Graces, thats all u realy need to know.
The Romans adapted the Greek gods and goddesses to become their own. They changed the names around, but they used the same twelve Olympian gods and goddesses.
God. It is sometimes forgotten that there is a balance in polythestic religions. Some people think certain pagan religions worship only Goddesses but that isn't true.
The ancient Greek Gods did not have second (or family) names.
Many religions are and have been polytheistic. Hinduism still is.
What happend to start Greek & Roman gods & goddesses was, the Greeks would experience alot of natural phenomenons (ex. Rain, Hail, Tornadoes, etc.) and emotions (ex. Love, Hate, Sadness, Jealousy, etc.) and needed an explination for it all. So what happend was they came up with gods & goddesses to explain all these 'happenings' to make themselves feel better. But then, The Romans came and heard about them. They learned the stories and took… Read More
Polytheism is the belief in or worship of multiple divine being, such as gods and goddesses. Polytheists usually don't worship all the holy being in the same way or equally. Many eastern religions like Hinduism & Buddhism hold polytheism believes. One will find ancient Greek, and Anglo Saxon religions based on polytheism.
Compare Greek religion and one of the ancient Near Eastern religions discussed in the previous chapter with respect to ethical standards priesthood the nature of the gods and personal morality?
Both Greek and Near Eastern religions had female goddesses who had at least some power. However, Greek gods and goddesses were more flawed and human; religions of the Near East, such as the Mesopotamian ones, worshiped idealized deities.
answer: there are 54 gods and goddesses
In Poseidon's realm, Aphrodite gives you a test on the names of gods and goddesses. The gods and goddesses are all shown in the Museum of Olympus. But since she always uses the same ones, they are Ares, Hermes, Aphrodite, Artemis, and Hestia
Jupiter, mars, Venus, mercury, Saturn, Pluto, etc. all of the planets are named after the major Roman gods and goddesses.
The name of all the religions. Methodist Seventh Day Adventist Baptist Pagan Catholic Atheist Non- Denominational Muslim Islam Buddhist Witchcraft Hindu Sikhism Judaism Christianity