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Who is the supreme God of Maya mythology?
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What was the name of the supreme god in Maya mythology?
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In Norse mythology what is the name of the supreme creator god?
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Who is the strongest god?
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What are all sky deities?
Abrahamic mythology Yahweh, (Jewish mythology) supreme deity, god of the sky, and heaven Jesus, (Christian mythology) supreme deity, god of the sky, and heaven Allah, (Muslim mythology) supreme deity, god of the sky, and heaven African mythology Achamán, Guanche creator and sky god Achuhucanac, Guanche rain god, associated with the sky god Achamán Badessy, Vodou loa associated with the sky Denka, Dinka god of sky, rain and fertility Khonvoum, supreme creator god and sky father of Mbuti Pygmies Mulungu, Nyamwezi creator and sky god Numakulla, a pair of creator and sky gods Shango, Yoruba sky father and thunder god Umvelinqangi, Zulu sky god Utixo, Khoikhoi sky god Xamaba, creator and sky god of the Heikum of South Africa Olorun, supreme deity, god of the sky, and heaven Armenian mythology Barsamin, god of the sky or weather Australian Aboriginal mythology Altjira, Arrernte creator and sky god Baiame, south-east Australian creator and sky god Binbeal, god of rainbows Bunjil, Kulin creator and sky god Basque mythology Aide, goddess of the air Celtic mythology Latobius, sky and mountain god equated with the Greek gods Zeus and Ares Egyptian mythology Amun, god of creation and the wind Anhur, originally a foreign war god who became associated with the sky god, Shu Horus, god of the sun, sky, kings and war Nut, goddess of the sky Shu, god of the wind and air Etruscan mythology Ani, god of the sky Tinia, god of the sky Finnish mythology Ilmatar, virgin spirit of the air Jumala, god of the sky Perkele, supreme sky and thunder god Ukko, god of sky, weather, crops (harvest) and other natural things Greek mythology Aether, primeval god of the upper air Chaos, the nothingness from which all else sprang, she also represented the lower atmosphere which surrounded the earth Hera, queen of heaven and goddess of marriage, women, childbirth, heirs, kings, empires, air and the sky Iris, goddess of the rainbow and divine messenger Nephelai, cloud nymphs Theia, goddess of sight and the shining light of the clear blue sky Uranus, primeval god of the sky Zeus, king of the gods, the ruler of Mount Olympus and the god of the sky, weather, thunder, law, order and fate Hindu mythology Dyaus Pita, sky father Indra, king of the gods, associated with war and the weather Saranyu, goddess of dawn and the clouds Varuna, god of the sky, water, the celestial ocean, law and the underworld Hurrian mythology Hepit, goddess of the sky Teshub, god of the sky and storms Inuit mythology Ataksak, goddess of the sky Negafook, god of weather systems Torngarsuk, god of the sky Japanese mythology Marici, goddess of the heavens Māori mythology Ao, god of light and the sky Rangi, sky father Tane-rore, personification of shimmering air Tāwhirimātea, god of weather, including thunder and lightning, wind, clouds and storms Uenuku, god of rainbows Maya mythology Cabaguil, god of the sky Tzacol, sky god and creator deity Mesopotamian mythology An, goddess of the sky Anshar, god of the sky Anu, king of the gods, associated with the sky, heaven and constellations Beelshamen, god of the sky Enlil, god of breath, wind, loft, and breadth Native American mythology Atahensic, Iroquois sky goddess who fell to Earth at the time of creation Oceania mythology Abeguwo, Melanesian sky goddess Amai-te-rangi, sky demon of Mangaia Atua I Kafika, supreme sky god of Polynesian mythology Ira, Polynesian sky goddess Laufakana'a, Tongan creator god and sky father Tangaloa, Tongan sky god Roman mythology Caelus, personification of the sky, equivalent to the Greek Ouranos Jupiter, king of heaven and god of the sky and weather, equivalent to the Greek Zeus Sami mythology Horagalles, god of the sky, thunder and lightning, the rainbow, weather, oceans, lakes, human life, health and wellbeing Slavic mythology Stribog, god of the winds, sky and air Triglav, a triple god whose three heads represent sky, earth and underworld Thracian mythology Sabazios, sky father Turkic mythology Tengri, god of the sky