Zeus, the king of the gods, was the god of the heavens, but if you mean heaven as in the afterlife it was the god Hades' territory. Poseidon was called the Earth-shaker and was said to call earthquakes but he was technically god of the sea, and the Earth was considered neutral. One of the first Titans created was Gaia, who is the Earth and so could be seen as the goddess of the earth, although the goddess of plants and agriculture was Demeter.
Earth before was unorganized and then a god, resolved this problem by separating earth from heaven.
The main god of Greek mythology would be Zeus, the king of the gods. for he is ruler of heaven and earth. he is also king of the world.
Zeus, the ruler of the gods. He is ruler of heaven and earth and is referred to as the king of all.
it depends..........if it is like a Greek god, then no. If it is the God in heaven,then yes. No god besides the one in heaven should be capitilized.
Gaia was the earth. There is no god of the earth.
Christans belive that god made heaven and earth . So yes if u belive that he is in heaven.
She is mother earth
Zeus is the greek god of the heavens. He is also the god of all gods on Mt. Olympia. He
Zeus was a Greek God who ruled Mount Olympus, and was King of Heaven.
In Greek mythology, the goddess of the earth is Gaia Gaia is the greek goddess of earth. Geb is the Egyptian god of earth.
Gaea is the Greek Earth goddess.
The bible says God is a spirit.
Hermes was born a Greek God, of Maia and Zeus - also a Greek God, King of Heaven/Olympus.
God cast him out of heaven.
Most of the planets such as Venus and Mars are named after a Greek or Roman god. However, Earth is the oddball in this case. It was not named after a pagan god.Earth :)it would be technically earth but some of the early cultures have deified it by such names a Gaea (Greek) , Terra (Roman)... so technically there all of the planets have been named after mythologyMercury- roman god of trade and commerceVenus- roman goddess of loveearth-Mars- roman god of war, was originally agricultural but was fused with Ares (Greek god of war) and inherited his characterJupiter-roman god of the heavens name means "sky father" 3rd king of heavenSaturn- roman agricultural god, fused with Cronus, Greek titan of all devouring time 2nd king of heavenUranus- Greek progenus( first created) of the heavens 1st king of heaven was married to Gaea/"earth" name means " heaven"Neptune- roman god of the sea, earthquakes and creator of horses, brother of Jupiter/ZeusPluto- Roman King of the Underworld, the god of death and the dead.
no the only real God is Christ Jesus and he is in heaven greek and roman and all god mytholgy is fake period.
Poseidon is the god of the sea and earthquakes, so I suppose he is god of the earth.
Yes. In Genesis, it says that God created both Heaven and Earth, which means everything in Heaven and in Earth. Yes, He did create EVERYTHING.
There is supposively no God of Earth but a Goddess of Earth, Gaia or Gaea.
Zeus and Hera are Greek gods of sky, heaven, stars, and weather.