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List of gods I deny, anyone want to join me???

A list of gods i deny, there are thousands more, i deny them aswell, i deny all gods!!!  This list is proof of the insanity of the common minded man!!! 

Aesir Principal race of gods in Norse mythology. 
Andhrimnir The cook of the Aesir. 
Angrboda Goddess and wife of Loki
Astrild Goddess of love.
Atla Water goddess.
Audhumla The primeval cow, formed from the melting ice.
Balder Fairest of the gods
Beyla The servant of Freyr.
Borghild Goddess of the evening mist or moon, she slays the sun each evening.
Bragi God of poets and the patron of all skaldi (poets) in Norse culture.
Brono The son of Balder. He is the god of daylight.
Bylgia Water goddess.
Dagur The personification of day, he drives the day chariot across the sky.
Disen A group of goddess in old Norse mythology. Called the "Dis of the Vanir".
Eir Goddess of healing and shamanic healers, companion of the goddess Frigg
Elli Goddess of old age.
Fenrir Also known as Fenris. The great wolf, child of Loki and Angrboda
Forseti God of justice who settles court disputes in his gilded hall.
Freya Goddess of love, beauty and sensuality. 
Freyr God of fertility, sun and rain. 
Frigg Wife of Odin and the goddess of marriage and fertility. 
Gefion Goddess of agriculture and the plough. 
Gerd The wife of Freyr and a goddess of fertility. She is the personification of the fertile soil.
Heimdall God of light and protection.
Hel The goddess of death and ruler of the realm of the dead.
Hermod The messenger of the gods. Often equated to the Greek god Hermes.
Hod Blind god of darkness and winter. 
Holler God of disease and destruction. 
Idun Goddess of the spring, eternal youth and the keeper of the golden apples
Jord Goddess of the primitive and unpopulated earth. 
Jormungand The Midgard Serpent
Kari Leader of the storm giants.
Kvasir The wisest of the Vanir gods. 
Laga Goddess of wells and springs.
Lofn Goddess of forbidden love, who blesses all illicit love affairs.
Loki Trickster god of the Norse, concerned with thievery, magic and fire. 
Magni Son of Thor and god of brute strength.
Mani God of the moon and brother of the sun goddess Sol. 
Miming Minor forest god.
Mimir Wisest god of the Aesir, sent in a hostage trade to the rival Vanir gods. 
Modi God of battle wrath, he was the leader of the berserkers.
Njord God of the sea, wind and fire. He bestows good fortune to those on the sea. 
Norns The triple goddesses of fate and destiny. 
Nott Goddess of night who mans the night-charion in it's track through the sky.
Odin The chief god of the Aesir and most important of the Norse deities. 
Ran Goddess of storms and the drowned dead. 
Saga Goddess of poetry and history. 
Sif Wife of Thor, and possibly an ancient fertility goddess.
Sjofn Goddess of love, passion and marital harmony.
Skadi A frost giant and goddess of winter. 
Sleipnir The eight-legged horse of Odin
Sol Goddess of the sun, who guides the sun-chariot through the sky.
Syn Goddess of watchfulness and truth. 
Thor Thunder-god and the protector of men and gods.
Tyr The original god of war in the Germanic culture
Ull God of justice and duelling, archery and skiing.
Vali Son of Odin, and the god born to avenge the death of Balder.
Valkyries The battle-maidens, who choose the best warriors
Vanir A group of fertility and nature gods
Var Goddess of contracts and marriage agreements
Apollo
Bacchus
Bellona
Ceres
Cupid
Diana
Faunus
Flora
Janus
Juno
Jupiter
Lares
Libintia
Maia
Mars
Mercury
Minerva
Mithras
Neptune
Ops
Pales
Pluto
Pomona
Airmid
Artio
Balor
Branwen
Camalus
Cerunnos
Cyhiraeth
Druantia
Giobhniu
Lugh
Llyr
Maeve
Manannan
Margawse
Mebd
Mider
Morrigan
Nemain
Abandinus - Possibly a river god
Abellio - (Abelio, Abelionni) A god of apple trees
Alaunus - (Fin) A sun god
Alisanos - (Alisaunus)
Ambisagrus - A god of thunder and lightning
Anextiomarus - (Anextlomarus, Anextlomara) A sun god
Atepomarus - A sun god
Arvernus - A tribal god
Arausio - A god of water
Babdah - Raven that haunts the battlefield and feeds on the corpses and blood of the dead
Barinthus - (Manannán mac Lir) A god of the sea and water
Belatu-Cadros - (Belatucadros, Belatucadrus, Balatocadrus, Balatucadrus, Balaticaurus, Balatucairus - A god of war
Borvo - (Bormo, Bormanus) A god of mineral and hot springs
Buxenus - A god of box trees
Camulos - (Camulus, Camulos) A god of war
Canetonnessis
Cernunnos - A male horned god
Cicolluis
Cimbrianus
Cissonius - (Cisonius, Cesonius) A god of trade
Cnabetius
Cocidius - A god of war
Condatis - A god of the confluences of rivers
Contrebis - (Contrebis, Contrebus) A god of a city
Dii Casses
Dis Pater - (Dispater) A god of the underworld
Esus - (Hesus)
Fagus - A god of beech trees
Genii Cucullati - Hooded Spirits
Grannos - (Gramnos, Gramnnos) A god of healing and mineral springs
Icaunus - A god of a river
Intarabus
Iovantucarus - A protector of youth
Joehaynus - A god of knives
Lenus - A healing god
Leucetios - (Leucetius) A god of thunder
Lugus
Luxovius - (Luxovius) A god of a city's water
Maponos - (Maponus) A god of youth
Mogons - (Moguns)
Moritasgus - A sun god
Mullo
Nemausus - A god of a province
Nerius
Nodens - (Nudens, Nodons) A god of healing, the sea, hunting and dogs
Ogmios
Robur - A god of oak trees
Rudianos - A god of war
Segomo - A god of war
Smertrios - (Smertios, Smertrius) A god of war
Sucellos - (Sucellus, Sucellos) A god of agriculture, forests, and alcoholic drinks
Taranis - A god of thunder
Toutatis - (Caturix, Teutates) A tribal god
Veteris - (Vitiris, Vheteris, Huetiris, Hueteris)
Virotutis - A sun god
Visucius
Vindonnus - A sun god
Vinotonus
Vosegus - A god of a department
Zacharus - A god of theft
 
 
Female
Abnoba - A goddess of rivers and forests
Adsullata
Aericura
Agrona
Ancamna
Andarta
Andraste - Warrior Goddess of Victory
Arduinna
Aufaniae
Arnemetia
Artio
Aventia
Aveta
Belisama
Brigantia
Britannia
Camma
Campestres
Clota
Coventina
Damara
Damona
Dea Matrona
Dea Sequana
Debranua - A goddess of speed and fat
Epona
Erecura
Icovellauna
Litavis
Mairiae
Nantosuelta
Nemetona
Ritona (Pritona)
Rosmerta
Sabrina
Senua
Sequana
Sirona
Suleviae
Sulis
Tamesis
Verbeia
 Male
Amaethon
Arawn
Avalloc
Beli
Bran the Blessed
Caswallawn
Culhwch
Dwyfan
Dylan Eil Ton
Eurosswydd
Govannon
Gwydion
Gwyddno
Gwyn ap Nudd
Hafgan
Lleu Llaw Gyffes
Lludd
Llyr
Mabon_ap_Modron
Manawydan
Math ap Mathonwy
Myrddin Wyllt
Nisien and Efnisien
Pryderi
Pwyll
Taliesin
Ysbaddaden
Arianrhod
Blodeuwedd
Branwen
Ceridwen
Cigva
Creiddylad
Cyhiraeth
Dôn
Elen
Gwenn Teir Bronn
Modron
Olwen
Penarddun
Rhiannon

Proserpine
Saturn
Venus
Vertumnus
Vesta
Vulcan
Aphrodite
Ares
Artemis
Athena
Demeter
Dionysus
Hades
Helios
Hephaestus
Hera
Hermes
Hestia
Persephone
Poseidon
Selene
Zeus
Abartach
Abhean
Áengus Mac ind Óc
Ai
Balor
Bodb Dearg
Bres
Brian, Iuchar and Iucharba
Cian, Cu and Cethen
Creidhne
Cú Roí
The Dagda
Dian Cecht
Elatha
The fianna: Fionn, Goll, & Diarmuid
Goibniu
Lir
Luchtaine
Lugh
Mac Cuill, Mac Cecht and Mac Gréine
Manannan Mac Lir
Miach
Midir
Mug Ruith
Neit
Nuada
Oghma
Tethra

Female
Aibell
Aimend
Áine
Airmed
Anann
Badb
Banba
Bébinn
Bé Chuille
Birog
Boann
Brigid
Caer
Canola
Carmun
Cessair
Cethlenn
Cliodhna
Danu
Ériu
Étaín
Ethlinn
Ethne
Fand
Fionnuala
Fodla
Lí Ban
Macha
Morrígan
Nemain
Niamh
Plor na mBan
Sheela na Gig
Tailtiu
Ch'eng-Huang  Chinese God of Walls and Ditches.  
Chu Jung  Chinese God of Fire Executions.  
Erh-Lang   Chinese God who chased away evil spirits, the great restorer, the sustainer. 
Fu-Hsing  Chinese God of Happiness.  
Hou-chi  Chinese God of Harvest and Agriculture. 
Hsuan-T'ien-Shang-Ti  Chinese God who removes demons and evil spirits.  
I-ti   Chinese God of Wine. 
Kue'i-Hsing   Chinese God of Safe Travels, Tests, Literature, and Students.  
Kuan Ti  Chinese God of War. 
Lao-Tien-Yeh  Chinese Great God. 
Lei-Kung   Chinese God of Retribution and Thunder. 
Lu-Hsing   Chinese God of Salaries, Wages, and Employment. 
Lu-Pan  Chinese God of Carpenters and Masons.
Tu-Ti Local Gods. Minor Gods of Towns, Villages, Streets and Households.
Chang O  A Moon Goddess honoured with a festival every September.
Hsi Wang Mu  Goddess of Immortality.
Kuan Yin  Goddess of Compassion. 
Chuang-Mu  Chinese Goddess of the Bed and Sexual Delights.
Feng-Po-Po  Chinese Goddess of the Winds, she replaced Feng-Po.
Hu-Tu  Chinese Earth Goddess, similar to Gaia, the deification of the earth.
Kwan Yin Goddess of Mercy.
Lo-shen  Chinese Goddess of Rivers.
Ma Zhu Goddess of Journey.
Meng-Po-Niang  Chinese Goddess who stood just within the gates of hell.
Adad Storm God of Thundery Weather (Mesopotamian deity)
Ishkur (Mesopotamian mythology)
Jofur (Roman mythology) 
Perendi  (Albanian mythology)
Perkunas (Lithuanian mythology)
Perun (Slavic mythology)
Pyerun (Slavic mythology)
Thor (Norse mythology) 

Adad (Babylonian-Assyrian mythology)  
Ajisukitakahikone  (Japanese mythology) 
Baal-Hadad (Syrian mythology) 
Ishkur (Babylonian-Assyrian mythology) 
Lei Gong (Chinese mythology)
Lei-zi (Chinese) - Goddess
Parjanya (Hinduism)
Raiden  (Japanese mythology) 
Raijin (Japanese mythology) 
Raitaro (Japanese mythology) 
Susano-o (Japanese mythology) 
Teshub (Hurrian mythology) 
Xiu Wenyin (Chinese) - Goddess
Aizen-Myoo God of love, worshipped by prostitutes, landlords, singers and musicians. 
Aji-Suki-Taka-Hi-Kone God of thunder. 
Ama-No-Minaka-Nushi 'Divine Lord of the Middle Heavens' and god of the Pole Star.
Amaterasu Shinto goddess of the sun and the leader of the Shinto pantheon. 
Amatsu Mikaboshi God of evil, his name means "August Star of Heaven".
Amatsu-Kami Gods of heaven who live 'above' the earthly plain. Heavenly and eternal.
Ama-Tsu-Mara Shinto god of smiths. He is pictured as a Cyclops.
Ame-No-Mi-Kumari Shinto water goddess.
Ame-No-Wakahiko God sent to rule the earth. Killed by the sky god Takami-Musubi.
Amida God of death, to whom the devout turned at the moment of their death. 
Am-No-Tanabata-Hime Goddess of weavers.
Baku A good spirit, known as the 'eater of dreams'.
Benten Goddess of love, the arts, wisdom, poetry, good fortune and water.
Benzai-Ten See Benten.
Bimbogami God of poverty. Rituals are performed to get rid of him.
Binzuru-Sonja God of curing illness and good vision.
Bishamon God of war, justice and protector of the law. He is one of the Shichi Fukujin
Bosatsu Manifestation of the Buddha in the past, present or future. See bodhisattva.
Butsu See Buddha.
Chien-shin A kami which is related to particular geographical area
Chimata-no-kami Go of crossroads, highways and footpaths. He was originally a phallic god
Chup-Kamui Sun goddess of the Ainu. She was originally the moon goddess
Daibosatsu The Great bodhisattva or the Buddha in his last incarnation.
Daikoku God of wealth, the soil and patron of farmers. 
Dainichi Buddhist personification of purity and wisdom.
Dosojin God of roads.
Dozoku-shin Ancestral kami of a dozoku, or clan. 
Ebisu God of the wealth of the sea, he is the patron god of fishermen and fishing. 
Ekibiogami God of plagues and epidemics.
Emma-o Japanese Buddhist god of the underworld. He is the judge of the dead
Fudo God of fire and wisdom, god of Astrology. 
Fujin Shinto god of the wind. Seen as a terrifying dark demon in a leopard skin
Fukurokuju Shinto god of wisdom, luck and prosperity.
Funadama The boat-spirit, goddess who protects and helps mariners and fishermen.
Futsu-Nushi-no-Kami God of fire and lightning, a war god and general of Ameratsu.
Gama God of longevity. 
Gekka-o God of marriage. He binds the feet of lovers with a red silken cord.
Hachiman God of war and agriculture, divine protector of the Japanese people.
Haniyasu-hiko God of the earth.
Haniyasu-hime Goddess of the earth.
Haya-Ji God of the whirlwind.
Hiruko God of the morning sun. Guards the health of little children.
Hoso-no-Kami God of smallpox.
Hotei God of happiness, laughter and the wisdom of being content. 
Ida-Ten Buddhist god of the law and of monasteries. A handsome young man.
Ika-Zuchi-no-Kami Group of even Shinto demons who reside in the Underworld. 
Iki-Ryo The spirit of anger and envy which harms.
Inari Both a male and female deity, god/goddess of rice and agriculture.
Isora God of the seashore.
Izanagi Primordial god of the sky and the creator of everything good and right. 
Izanami Primordial goddess of the earth and darkness. 
Jinushigami Minor deity who watches over a town or plot of land.
Jizo Japanese Buddha of great compassion. 
Juichimen Buddhist god of mercy.
Jurojin Shinto god of longevity and a happy old age. One of the Shichi Fukujin
Kagutsuchi Japanese god of fire.
Kamado-gami Gods of the hearth.
Kami-kaze God of wind, storms and viscous cold weather.
Kaminari Goddess of thunder, the Thunder Queen and the Heavenly Noise.
Kanayama-hiko God of metals.
Kanayama-hime Goddess of metals.
Kawa-no-Kami God of rivers. Although rivers had their own god, ruler of all rivers.
Kenro-Ji-Jin God of earth.
Kishi-Bojin Goddess of children and childbirth
Kishijoten Goddess of luck and beauty
Kishimo-jin Buddhist goddess of compassion and protectress of children.
Kojin Ancient tree deity and goddess of the kitchen. She lives in an enoki tree.
Ko-no-Hana The Blossom Princess, she is the goddess of spring
Koshin God of the roads.
Koya-no-Myoin God of the sacred Mount Koya
Kukunochi-no-Kami Shinto god of the trees.
Kuni-Toko-tachi Earth deity who lives in Mt. Fuji.
Kura-Okami God of rain and snow.
Marisha-Ten Queen of heaven, goddess of the light, sun and moon.
Mawaya-no-kami Kami, or deity of the toilet
Miro Japanese name for Maitreya.
Miyazu-Hime Goddess of royalty.
Monju-Bosatsu Japanese Buddhist bosatsu of wisdom and knowledge.
Musubi-no-Kami God of love and marriage. Appears as a handsome young lover.
Nai-no-Kami God of earthquakes.
Naka-Yama-Tsu-Mi God of mountain slopes.
Nikko-Bosatsu Buddhist god of sunshine and good health.
Ninigi-no-mikoto Rice god and ancestral god of the Japanese imperial family.
Nominosukune God of wrestling.
Nyorai Japanese name for all of the Buddha's appearances.
Oanomochi God of the crater of Mt. Fuji.
Ohonamochi A god of the earth.
Oho-Yama The great mountain god.
Okuni-Nushi God of magic and medicine, ruler of the unseen things and the spirit world.
Owatatsumi God of the sea.
Oyamatsumi A god of the mountains
Raiden God of thunder and lightning
Ryo-Wo God of the sea. known as the Dragon King
Sae-no-Kami A group of kami, or deities, who guard the roads of Japan.
Sambo-kojin God of the kitchen. Pictured with three faces and two pairs of hands.
Sarutahiko Ohkami God of crossroads, paths and overcoming obstacles. 
Sengen See Ko-no-Hana.
Shaka The silent sage, the wisest and first appearance of Buddha on earth.
Shichi Fujukin Gods of Luck: Benten, Bishamon, Daikoku, Ebisu, Fukurokuju, Hotei
Shinda Ainu fertility god of the island of Hokkaido.
Shine-Tsu-Hiko God of the wind, he fills the space between heaven and earth.
Shoden See Ganesha.
Shoki God of the afterlife and exorcism.
Suijin Deity of the water.
Suitengu Child god of the sea.
Sukuna-Biko Dwarf god of healing, agriculture and hot springs.
Susanowa God of the winds, storms, ocean and snakes in Shinto mythology. 
Takami-Musubi Primordial sky god and creator of living things in Shinto belief.
Takemikadzuchi A thunder god.
Taki-Tsu-Hiko God of rain.
Tatsuta-hime Goddess of autumn.
Tenjin God of learning, language and calligraphy. He taught humans to write.
Toyo-Uke-Bime Goddess of earth, food and agriculture.
Toyouke-Omikami Goddess of grain.
Tsuki-Yumi God of the moon and brother of the sun goddess Ameratsu.
Uba Spirit of the pine tree. Means 'old woman' or 'wet nurse'.
Uga-Jin Serpent god of the waters and fertility of the earth.
Uga-no-Mitama Goddess of agriculture.
Ukemochi Goddess of fertility and food.
Uzume Shinto goddess of joy and happiness.
Wakahiru-me Goddess of the rising sun.
Wata-tsu-mi God of the sea.
Yabune Japanese house god.
Yama-no-kami Goddess of the hunt, forest, agriculture and vegetation.
Yamato The soul or spirit of Japan.
Yuki-Onna The Snow Queen or goddess of winter.
Akea first Hawaiian king who founded a kingdom in the afterlife (Peles brother)
Apukohai Shark God of Kauai
Haulili God of Speech
Hai  God of Kapa making
Hiaka  a Mountain God on Kauai
Hiiakawawahilani  the Cloud Holder
Hinakuluiau  Goddess of Rain
Kalaipahoa  Goddess who harms trees
Kaluannuunohonionio  a God of a temple's sacrificial house
Kamapua'a  the Hog God
Kamohoali'i  Keeper of the water of life 
Kamooalii King Moho, the God of Steam
Kanaloa  God of the Ocean
Kane  the Creator
Kane-hekili  Spirit of Thunder
Kapo the Goddess of the South Pacific; Pele's sister
Keoahikamakaua  the Child of War; Spirit of Lava Fountains
Kapohoikahiola  Spirit of Explosions
Keuakepo  God of Rain and Fire
Kiha a Goddess of Maui
Koleamoku God of the Art of Healing; patron of the Kahunas
Ku  the Architect and Maker of War
Kuahana  God who kills men
Kukaoo  God of the Husbandman
Kane the Godhead
Kaupe The Cannibal Dog Man
Kukailimoku God of War
Kuula  God of Fishermen
Laamaomao God of Winds, lives on Molokai
Aine
Angus Og
Anu
Babd Catha
Bel
Bran
Brighid
Bris
Dagda
Danu
Diancecht
Flidais
Labraid
Macha
Niamh
Arawn
Arianrhod
Amaethon
Blodeuwedd
Cerridwen
Dewi
Don
Dylan
Elaine
Gwydion
Gwynn Ap Nudd
Math Ap Mathowny
Myrrdin
Agasaya
Ah Chuy Kak
Ah Cun Can
Ah Hulneb
Ahulane
Anahita
Anath
Andraste
Ankt
Anouke
Aray
Ares
Ashur
Athena
Badb
Beg-Tse
Belatu-Cadros
Bellona
Bishamon
Bugid Y Aiba
Buluc Chabtan
Burijas
Camaxtli
Camulus
Cariocienus
Caswallawn
Chemosh
Dev
Donar
Ekchuah
Enyalius
Enyo
Erra
Eshara
Futsu-Nushi-No-Kami
Gu
Guan-Di
Gun
Hachiman
Hadur
Huitzilopochtli
Ictinike
Inanna
Indra
Irmin
Jarovit
Karttikeya
Korrawi
Kukailimoku
Laran
Mars
Maru
Menhit
Menthu
Mentu
Mextli
Minerva
Mixcoatl
Morrigan
Murukan
Nacon
Nanaja
Neith
Ninurta
Ogoun
Oro
Resef
Reshep
Rugiviet
Sakhmet
Samulayo
Segomo
Septu
Seth
Svantetit
Svetovit
Ah Cun Can
Teutates
Triglav
Tu
Tu Matauenga
Turris
Tyr
Wepwawet
Wurukatte
Zababa
Zroya
Achtland Celtic goddess of Wanton love
Aedos Roman goddess of Modesty
Aeval Celtic goddess of Sexual relations/Small size
Aidin Celtic goddess of Love/Sexuality
Aine Irish goddess of Fertility/Love
Aisha Qandisha Morocco goddess of Sexual activity
AIZEN MYO-O Japanese God of Love and Lust
Ala Nigerian goddess of Fertility/Morality
Alalahe Polynesian goddess of Love
ALBINA Etruscan goddess of dawn and protector of ill-fated lovers
Al-Lat Arabic goddess of Fertility/Procreation
AlpanAlpan Etruscan goddess of Love
Ame-No-Uzume Japanese goddess of Fertility
Amon Egyptian god of Fertility
Amor Roman god of Love
Anahita Persian goddess of Fertility/Semen
Anath Canaanite goddess of Love
Angus Og Irish god of Love
Annallja Tu Bari Sudanese goddess of Sexuality
Anna Perenna Etruscan goddess of Reproduction/Wanton/Love
Anteros Greek god of Love/Passion
Antheia Greek goddess of Love, Flowers
Aphrodite Greek goddess of Fertility/Sexual love/Beauty
Apis Egyptian god of Fertility
Arianrhod Welsh goddess of Fertility/Wanton love
Artemis Greek goddess of Chastity/Virginity/Fertility
Asase Yaa Ashanti goddess of Fertility
Asherali Canaanite goddess of Fertility
Ashtoreth Phoenician goddess of Fertility
Ashur Assyrian god of Fertility
Astarte Phoenician goddess of Fertility/Love/Sacred sexuality/Sex
Astlik Armenian goddess of Love, Fertility
Astraea Greek goddess of Modesty
Astrild Norse god of Erotic Love
Athtart Canaanite goddess of Fertility
Auseklis Latvian goddess of Love
Baal Syrian/Canaanite god of Fertility
Backlum Chaam Mayan god of Male sexuality/Sex
Bangan Philippine goddess of Love
Bastet Egyptian goddess of Fertility/Love/Sex
Bau Sumerian goddess of Fertility
BEBHIONN Irish goddess of Love/Pleasure; Queen of the Underworld
Benten Japanese goddess of Love
Bes Egyptian god of Love/Marriage
Bidhgoe Celtic goddess of Love/Sexuality
Bintang Borneo goddess of Love
Boann Irish goddess of Fertility
Brag-srin-mo Tibetan goddess of Fertility
Brangwaine Welsh goddess of Love
Branwen Irish goddess of Love
Brigit Irish goddess of Fertility
Ca-the-na Mohave goddess of Love
Ceres Roman goddess of Fertility
Cernunnos Celtic god of Fertility
Cerridwen Celtic goddess of Fertility
Chac Mayan god of Fertility
Chalchiuhtlicue Aztec goddess of Love/Beauty
Chicomecoatl Aztec goddess of Fertility
Chou Wang Chinese god of Sodomy
Cinteotl Aztec god of Fertility
CLIODHNA Irish goddess of Love and Beauty; queen of the Munster fairies
Conchenn Celtic goddess of Love
Cotys Thracian goddess of Fertility
Cupid Roman god of Erotic Love
Cythera Greek/Cyprian goddess of Love
Demeter Greek goddess of Fertility
Diana Roman goddess of Chastity/Virginity/Fertility
Dumuzi Babylonian god of Fertility
DWYN/DWUMWEN Welsh god of Love
Dzydzilelya Polish goddess of Love
El Canaanite god of Fertility
Enki Sumerian god of Fertility
Eros Greek god of Erotic love/Passion/Sex
Erzulie Voodoo goddess of Fertility/Love/Virginity/Beauty/Sex
Eueucoyotl Aztec god of Fertility/Sex
Ezili Fon goddess of Beauty/Love
Faumea Polynesian goddess of Fertility
Faunus Roman god of Fertility
Finncaev Irish goddess of Fair love
Flora Roman goddess of Love/Prostitution
Frey Scandinavian god of Fertility
Freya Norse goddess of Fertility/Love/Beauty/Sex/War
Freyr Norse god of Phallic Fertility
Frigg Germanic goddess of Fertility/Marriage
Gefjon Germanic goddess of of Fertility
Gekka-O Japanese god of Marriage
Ghede Voodoo god of Fertility/Love
Hathor Egyptian goddess of Fertility/Love/Marriage/Beauty
Haumea Hawaiian goddess of Fertility
Havea lolo fonua Polynesian goddess of Intercourse
Hebe Greek goddess of Beauty
Hecate Greek goddess of Fertility
Hera Greek goddess of Marriage/Motherhood
Hestia Greek goddess of Marriage
HIMERUS Greek God of Love/Sexual Desire
Hina Hawaiian goddess of Fertility
Hora Roman goddess of Beauty
Hsi Shih Chinese goddess of Face cream
HUEHUECOYOTL Aztec god of Music/Dance/Song
Hymen Greek/Roman god of Marriage/First love
HYMENAIOS  Greek god Marriage Ceremonies/Inspiring Feasts/Songs
Ichpuchtli Aztec goddess of Lust/Pleasure
Inanna Mesopotamian goddess of Fertility/Love
Indra Vedic god of Fertility
Inemes Micronesian goddess of Love/Sexuality
Ishkhara Babylonian goddess of Love, Priestess of Ishtar
Ishtar Assyrian goddess of Fertility/Love/Sex
Isis Egyptian goddess of Fertility/Marital/Devotion/Motherhood
Ix Chel Mayan goddess of Sexual relations
Juno Roman goddess of Marriage/Motherhood
Kama Hindu god of Love
KAMADIVA Hindu god of Love
Kane Hawaiian god of Fertility
Kanikanihia Hawaiian goddess of Love
Kapo Hawaiian goddess of Abortions/Fertility
Ken Egyptian goddess of Love
Khem Egyptian god of Fertility
Kilya Inca goddess of Marriage
Kishi-Mojin Japanese goddess of Motherhood
Kokopell'Mana Hopi goddess of Fertility
Korawini?i Paiute goddess of Intercourse
Kupalo Slavic goddess of Fertility/Sex
Kurukulla Tibetan goddess of Love, Wealth
Lada Slavic goddess of Love
Lakshmi Hindu goddess of Love/Beauty
Lempo Finnish god of Frenzied Love
Liber Italian god of Fertility
Lofn Scandinavian goddess of Love
Luamerava African goddess of Sexual desire
Lulong Borneo goddess of Love
Lutinus Roman god of Fertility
Macha Irish goddess of Fertility
Maia Roman goddess of Fertility
MAMI WATA African goddess of Fortune/Healing/Sex/Water
Manannan Celtic god of Fertility
Mariana Brazilian goddess of Love
Matronit Spanish goddess of Chastity/Promiscuity/Motherhood
Medb Celtic goddess of Sexuality/Intoxication
Mens Roman goddess of Menstruation
Mhaya Tanzania goddess of Deserted lovers MILDA Lithuanian goddess of Love
Min Egyptian god of Potency/Fertility
Morongo Zimbabwe goddess of Love/Sexuality
Mot Canaanite god of Fertility
Mut Egyptian goddess of Fertility
Mylitta Babylonian goddess of
Fertility
Naamah Canaanite goddess of Fertility/Sex
Nambi Masai goddess of Love/Sexuality
Ndauthina Fijian god of Adultery
Nehalennia Germanic goddess of Fertility
Ninhursaga Sumerian goddess of Fertility
Njord Norse god of Fertility
Nu Wa Chinese goddess of Marriage Arranger
Oba Yoruba goddess of Protector of prostitutes
Odudua Yoruba goddess of Fertility/Love
Oenghus Irish god of Love
Ops Roman goddess of Fertility
Oshun Ana Yoruba goddess of Love
Osiris Egyptian god of Fertility
Pachamama Incan goddess of Fertility
Pacha Mama Aztec goddess of Fertility
PAN Greek god of Male Virility and Sexuality
P'an Chin-lien Chinese goddess of Brothels/Lasciviousness/Prostitution/Sex
Pantang Mayang Borneo goddess of Love
PEITHO Greek goddess of Persuasion/Seduction
Peko Estonian god of Fertility
Prende Slavic goddess of Love
Priapus Greek god of Fertility
Pudicitia Roman goddess of Modesty
Qadesh Syrian goddess of Sacred Love, Pleasure
Qadshu Syrian goddess of Fertility
Qetesh Egyptian goddess of Sex
Quan Yin Chinese goddess of Fertility
Quetzalcoatl Aztec god of Fertility
Rangda Balinese goddess of Fertility/Sexuality/Lust
Rati Hindu/Balinese goddess of Fertility/Love/Passion/Sex
Ratu-Mai-Mbula Fijian god of Fertility
Rhea Greek goddess of Fertility
Rod Slavic god of Fertility
Satis Egyptian goddess of Fertility
Selket Egyptian goddess of Fertility
Sessrumnir Germanic goddess of Fertility
Shiva Hindu god of Fertility
Sif Norse goddess of Fertility
Sjofn Norse goddess of Love/Passion
Suadela Roman goddess of Persuasion in Love/Romance/Seduction
Sukkamielli Finnish goddess of Frenzied love
Tagabayan Philippine goddess of Adultery/Incest
Taka rita Polynesian goddess of Adultery
Tammuz Mesopotamian god of Fertility
Tane Polynesian god of Fertility
Taueret Egyptian goddess of Fertility
Tellus Roman goddess of Fertility
Tenye Te'en Nigerian goddess of Marital fidelity
Thalia Greek goddess of Burlesque
Thunor Germanic god of Fertility
Tlazolteotl Aztec goddess of Love/Licentiousness/Sex
Tsilah Wedo Haitian goddess of Beauty
Turan Etruscan goddess of Love/Vitality
Ueuecoyotl Aztec god of Fertility
Ursule Haitian goddess of Love
Ururupuin Micronesian goddess of Flirting
Urvasi Hindu goddess of Success in Love Affairs
Var Norse goddess of Marriage Vows
Venus Roman goddess of Love
Vesta Roman goddess of Marriage
Voluptas Roman goddess of Sensual Pleasure
Xipe Totec Aztec goddess of Fertility
XOCHIPILLI Aztec god of Love/Games/Beauty/Dance/Flowers/Maize/Song
Xochiquetzal Aztec goddess of Fertility/Love/Sensual Pleasure/Sex
Xtabay Mayan goddesses of Seduction
Yarilo Slavic god of Fertility
Zizilia Polish goddess of Love
Zoria Slavic goddess of Beauty
Belobog
Berstuk
Crnobog
Dazbog
Flins
Hors
Jarilo
Juthrbog
Karewit
Lada
Lado
Marowit
Perun
Podaga
Porewit
Radegast
Rod
Siebog
Simargl
Stribog
Svarog
Svetovid
Triglav
Veles
Zirnitra

 

 

If i missed your god of choice, im sorry i deny him/her too!!!


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This is pointless.

This is pointless.

Our revels now are ended. These our actors, | As I foretold you, were all spirits, and | Are melted into air, into thin air; | And, like the baseless fabric of this vision, | The cloud-capped towers, the gorgeous palaces, | The solemn temples, the great globe itself, - Yea, all which it inherit, shall dissolve, | And, like this insubstantial pageant faded, | Leave not a rack behind. We are such stuff | As dreams are made on, and our little life | Is rounded with a sleep. - Shakespeare


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Dude

How can you deny Thor? God of Thunder and Rock and Roll...  ;p


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I disagree.  The point is

I disagree.  The point is to show how many gods man has come up with over the years.  Aswell some have descriptions, i was surely interested in going thru the list to see what kind of gods man has invented.  Also it was a tie in from the email asking us to deny Allah,  Maybe the title should have been, "List of gods man has created"

Either way i find the sheer size of this list fascinating!!!


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butterbattle wrote:This is

butterbattle wrote:

This is pointless.

 

You know, I have a button in my collection that says "Pointless but staggering".  I think that applies here.

 

The only thing being that he has the Vanir on his list and my Klingon house is Vanir, so he is denying me.  Btw: I have that name in connection with my work in the Klingon religion, which happens to have no gods (we killed them long ago).  Actually, I killed them myself, all except 52 of them, none of which appeared in this lengthy list.  Those I have locked in a Dyson sphere just to mess with them.

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Problem!!!

 

 

 

           I deny all those gods plus a few others, { any others}   with over One (1,000,000,000) billion adherents you forgot to write in Ganesha, Vishnu, Rama, Krishna, Mohan, Cali, and a few other Hindhu ( and Hind don't) gods.    Happy Diwali to all and to all a good Walihi.

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Subdi Visions wrote:How can

Subdi Visions wrote:

How can you deny Thor? God of Thunder and Rock and Roll...  ;p

 

Come now Lenny, everyone knows that Gene Simmons is the rock god.  That and his name is close enough to make a really cool forum handle.

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Their are so many, i just

Their are so many, i just gave up trying to find more and wrote "there are thouands more."  When i set out to find all (atleast most) the gods, i had no idea it was this many and many many more.  It was mind-boggeling I had to stop, this is what's fascinating to me, i had no idea was i was getting myself into.  


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A list of gods i deny, there are thousands more, i deny them aswell, i deny all gods!!!  This list is proof of the insanity of the common minded man!!! 

Aesir Principal race of gods in Norse mythology. 
Andhrimnir The cook of the Aesir. 
Angrboda Goddess and wife of Loki
Astrild Goddess of love.
Atla Water goddess.
Audhumla The primeval cow, formed from the melting ice.
Balder Fairest of the gods
Beyla The servant of Freyr.
Borghild Goddess of the evening mist or moon, she slays the sun each evening.
Bragi God of poets and the patron of all skaldi (poets) in Norse culture.
Brono The son of Balder. He is the god of daylight.
Bylgia Water goddess.
Dagur The personification of day, he drives the day chariot across the sky.
Disen A group of goddess in old Norse mythology. Called the "Dis of the Vanir".
Eir Goddess of healing and shamanic healers, companion of the goddess Frigg
Elli Goddess of old age.
Fenrir Also known as Fenris. The great wolf, child of Loki and Angrboda
Forseti God of justice who settles court disputes in his gilded hall.
Freya Goddess of love, beauty and sensuality. 
Freyr God of fertility, sun and rain. 
Frigg Wife of Odin and the goddess of marriage and fertility. 
Gefion Goddess of agriculture and the plough. 
Gerd The wife of Freyr and a goddess of fertility. She is the personification of the fertile soil.
Heimdall God of light and protection.
Hel The goddess of death and ruler of the realm of the dead.
Hermod The messenger of the gods. Often equated to the Greek god Hermes.
Hod Blind god of darkness and winter. 
Holler God of disease and destruction. 
Idun Goddess of the spring, eternal youth and the keeper of the golden apples
Jord Goddess of the primitive and unpopulated earth. 
Jormungand The Midgard Serpent
Kari Leader of the storm giants.
Kvasir The wisest of the Vanir gods. 
Laga Goddess of wells and springs.
Lofn Goddess of forbidden love, who blesses all illicit love affairs.
Loki Trickster god of the Norse, concerned with thievery, magic and fire. 
Magni Son of Thor and god of brute strength.
Mani God of the moon and brother of the sun goddess Sol. 
Miming Minor forest god.
Mimir Wisest god of the Aesir, sent in a hostage trade to the rival Vanir gods. 
Modi God of battle wrath, he was the leader of the berserkers.
Njord God of the sea, wind and fire. He bestows good fortune to those on the sea. 
Norns The triple goddesses of fate and destiny. 
Nott Goddess of night who mans the night-charion in it's track through the sky.
Odin The chief god of the Aesir and most important of the Norse deities. 
Ran Goddess of storms and the drowned dead. 
Saga Goddess of poetry and history. 
Sif Wife of Thor, and possibly an ancient fertility goddess.
Sjofn Goddess of love, passion and marital harmony.
Skadi A frost giant and goddess of winter. 
Sleipnir The eight-legged horse of Odin
Sol Goddess of the sun, who guides the sun-chariot through the sky.
Syn Goddess of watchfulness and truth. 
Thor Thunder-god and the protector of men and gods.
Tyr The original god of war in the Germanic culture
Ull God of justice and duelling, archery and skiing.
Vali Son of Odin, and the god born to avenge the death of Balder.
Valkyries The battle-maidens, who choose the best warriors
Vanir A group of fertility and nature gods
Var Goddess of contracts and marriage agreements
Apollo
Bacchus
Bellona
Ceres
Cupid
Diana
Faunus
Flora
Janus
Juno
Jupiter
Lares
Libintia
Maia
Mars
Mercury
Minerva
Mithras
Neptune
Ops
Pales
Pluto
Pomona
Airmid
Artio
Balor
Branwen
Camalus
Cerunnos
Cyhiraeth
Druantia
Giobhniu
Lugh
Llyr
Maeve
Manannan
Margawse
Mebd
Mider
Morrigan
Nemain
Abandinus - Possibly a river god
Abellio - (Abelio, Abelionni) A god of apple trees
Alaunus - (Fin) A sun god
Alisanos - (Alisaunus)
Ambisagrus - A god of thunder and lightning
Anextiomarus - (Anextlomarus, Anextlomara) A sun god
Atepomarus - A sun god
Arvernus - A tribal god
Arausio - A god of water
Babdah - Raven that haunts the battlefield and feeds on the corpses and blood of the dead
Barinthus - (Manannán mac Lir) A god of the sea and water
Belatu-Cadros - (Belatucadros, Belatucadrus, Balatocadrus, Balatucadrus, Balaticaurus, Balatucairus - A god of war
Borvo - (Bormo, Bormanus) A god of mineral and hot springs
Buxenus - A god of box trees
Camulos - (Camulus, Camulos) A god of war
Canetonnessis
Cernunnos - A male horned god
Cicolluis
Cimbrianus
Cissonius - (Cisonius, Cesonius) A god of trade
Cnabetius
Cocidius - A god of war
Condatis - A god of the confluences of rivers
Contrebis - (Contrebis, Contrebus) A god of a city
Dii Casses
Dis Pater - (Dispater) A god of the underworld
Esus - (Hesus)
Fagus - A god of beech trees
Genii Cucullati - Hooded Spirits
Grannos - (Gramnos, Gramnnos) A god of healing and mineral springs
Icaunus - A god of a river
Intarabus
Iovantucarus - A protector of youth
Joehaynus - A god of knives
Lenus - A healing god
Leucetios - (Leucetius) A god of thunder
Lugus
Luxovius - (Luxovius) A god of a city's water
Maponos - (Maponus) A god of youth
Mogons - (Moguns)
Moritasgus - A sun god
Mullo
Nemausus - A god of a province
Nerius
Nodens - (Nudens, Nodons) A god of healing, the sea, hunting and dogs
Ogmios
Robur - A god of oak trees
Rudianos - A god of war
Segomo - A god of war
Smertrios - (Smertios, Smertrius) A god of war
Sucellos - (Sucellus, Sucellos) A god of agriculture, forests, and alcoholic drinks
Taranis - A god of thunder
Toutatis - (Caturix, Teutates) A tribal god
Veteris - (Vitiris, Vheteris, Huetiris, Hueteris)
Virotutis - A sun god
Visucius
Vindonnus - A sun god
Vinotonus
Vosegus - A god of a department
Zacharus - A god of theft
 
 
Female
Abnoba - A goddess of rivers and forests
Adsullata
Aericura
Agrona
Ancamna
Andarta
Andraste - Warrior Goddess of Victory
Arduinna
Aufaniae
Arnemetia
Artio
Aventia
Aveta
Belisama
Brigantia
Britannia
Camma
Campestres
Clota
Coventina
Damara
Damona
Dea Matrona
Dea Sequana
Debranua - A goddess of speed and fat
Epona
Erecura
Icovellauna
Litavis
Mairiae
Nantosuelta
Nemetona
Ritona (Pritona)
Rosmerta
Sabrina
Senua
Sequana
Sirona
Suleviae
Sulis
Tamesis
Verbeia
 Male
Amaethon
Arawn
Avalloc
Beli
Bran the Blessed
Caswallawn
Culhwch
Dwyfan
Dylan Eil Ton
Eurosswydd
Govannon
Gwydion
Gwyddno
Gwyn ap Nudd
Hafgan
Lleu Llaw Gyffes
Lludd
Llyr
Mabon_ap_Modron
Manawydan
Math ap Mathonwy
Myrddin Wyllt
Nisien and Efnisien
Pryderi
Pwyll
Taliesin
Ysbaddaden
Arianrhod
Blodeuwedd
Branwen
Ceridwen
Cigva
Creiddylad
Cyhiraeth
Dôn
Elen
Gwenn Teir Bronn
Modron
Olwen
Penarddun
Rhiannon

Proserpine
Saturn
Venus
Vertumnus
Vesta
Vulcan
Aphrodite
Ares
Artemis
Athena
Demeter
Dionysus
Hades
Helios
Hephaestus
Hera
Hermes
Hestia
Persephone
Poseidon
Selene
Zeus
Abartach
Abhean
Áengus Mac ind Óc
Ai
Balor
Bodb Dearg
Bres
Brian, Iuchar and Iucharba
Cian, Cu and Cethen
Creidhne
Cú Roí
The Dagda
Dian Cecht
Elatha
The fianna: Fionn, Goll, & Diarmuid
Goibniu
Lir
Luchtaine
Lugh
Mac Cuill, Mac Cecht and Mac Gréine
Manannan Mac Lir
Miach
Midir
Mug Ruith
Neit
Nuada
Oghma
Tethra

Female
Aibell
Aimend
Áine
Airmed
Anann
Badb
Banba
Bébinn
Bé Chuille
Birog
Boann
Brigid
Caer
Canola
Carmun
Cessair
Cethlenn
Cliodhna
Danu
Ériu
Étaín
Ethlinn
Ethne
Fand
Fionnuala
Fodla
Lí Ban
Macha
Morrígan
Nemain
Niamh
Plor na mBan
Sheela na Gig
Tailtiu
Ch'eng-Huang  Chinese God of Walls and Ditches.  
Chu Jung  Chinese God of Fire Executions.  
Erh-Lang   Chinese God who chased away evil spirits, the great restorer, the sustainer. 
Fu-Hsing  Chinese God of Happiness.  
Hou-chi  Chinese God of Harvest and Agriculture. 
Hsuan-T'ien-Shang-Ti  Chinese God who removes demons and evil spirits.  
I-ti   Chinese God of Wine. 
Kue'i-Hsing   Chinese God of Safe Travels, Tests, Literature, and Students.  
Kuan Ti  Chinese God of War. 
Lao-Tien-Yeh  Chinese Great God. 
Lei-Kung   Chinese God of Retribution and Thunder. 
Lu-Hsing   Chinese God of Salaries, Wages, and Employment. 
Lu-Pan  Chinese God of Carpenters and Masons.
Tu-Ti Local Gods. Minor Gods of Towns, Villages, Streets and Households.
Chang O  A Moon Goddess honoured with a festival every September.
Hsi Wang Mu  Goddess of Immortality.
Kuan Yin  Goddess of Compassion. 
Chuang-Mu  Chinese Goddess of the Bed and Sexual Delights.
Feng-Po-Po  Chinese Goddess of the Winds, she replaced Feng-Po.
Hu-Tu  Chinese Earth Goddess, similar to Gaia, the deification of the earth.
Kwan Yin Goddess of Mercy.
Lo-shen  Chinese Goddess of Rivers.
Ma Zhu Goddess of Journey.
Meng-Po-Niang  Chinese Goddess who stood just within the gates of hell.
Adad Storm God of Thundery Weather (Mesopotamian deity)
Ishkur (Mesopotamian mythology)
Jofur (Roman mythology) 
Perendi  (Albanian mythology)
Perkunas (Lithuanian mythology)
Perun (Slavic mythology)
Pyerun (Slavic mythology)
Thor (Norse mythology) 

Adad (Babylonian-Assyrian mythology)  
Ajisukitakahikone  (Japanese mythology) 
Baal-Hadad (Syrian mythology) 
Ishkur (Babylonian-Assyrian mythology) 
Lei Gong (Chinese mythology)
Lei-zi (Chinese) - Goddess
Parjanya (Hinduism)
Raiden  (Japanese mythology) 
Raijin (Japanese mythology) 
Raitaro (Japanese mythology) 
Susano-o (Japanese mythology) 
Teshub (Hurrian mythology) 
Xiu Wenyin (Chinese) - Goddess
Aizen-Myoo God of love, worshipped by prostitutes, landlords, singers and musicians. 
Aji-Suki-Taka-Hi-Kone God of thunder. 
Ama-No-Minaka-Nushi 'Divine Lord of the Middle Heavens' and god of the Pole Star.
Amaterasu Shinto goddess of the sun and the leader of the Shinto pantheon. 
Amatsu Mikaboshi God of evil, his name means "August Star of Heaven".
Amatsu-Kami Gods of heaven who live 'above' the earthly plain. Heavenly and eternal.
Ama-Tsu-Mara Shinto god of smiths. He is pictured as a Cyclops.
Ame-No-Mi-Kumari Shinto water goddess.
Ame-No-Wakahiko God sent to rule the earth. Killed by the sky god Takami-Musubi.
Amida God of death, to whom the devout turned at the moment of their death. 
Am-No-Tanabata-Hime Goddess of weavers.
Baku A good spirit, known as the 'eater of dreams'.
Benten Goddess of love, the arts, wisdom, poetry, good fortune and water.
Benzai-Ten See Benten.
Bimbogami God of poverty. Rituals are performed to get rid of him.
Binzuru-Sonja God of curing illness and good vision.
Bishamon God of war, justice and protector of the law. He is one of the Shichi Fukujin
Bosatsu Manifestation of the Buddha in the past, present or future. See bodhisattva.
Butsu See Buddha.
Chien-shin A kami which is related to particular geographical area
Chimata-no-kami Go of crossroads, highways and footpaths. He was originally a phallic god
Chup-Kamui Sun goddess of the Ainu. She was originally the moon goddess
Daibosatsu The Great bodhisattva or the Buddha in his last incarnation.
Daikoku God of wealth, the soil and patron of farmers. 
Dainichi Buddhist personification of purity and wisdom.
Dosojin God of roads.
Dozoku-shin Ancestral kami of a dozoku, or clan. 
Ebisu God of the wealth of the sea, he is the patron god of fishermen and fishing. 
Ekibiogami God of plagues and epidemics.
Emma-o Japanese Buddhist god of the underworld. He is the judge of the dead
Fudo God of fire and wisdom, god of Astrology. 
Fujin Shinto god of the wind. Seen as a terrifying dark demon in a leopard skin
Fukurokuju Shinto god of wisdom, luck and prosperity.
Funadama The boat-spirit, goddess who protects and helps mariners and fishermen.
Futsu-Nushi-no-Kami God of fire and lightning, a war god and general of Ameratsu.
Gama God of longevity. 
Gekka-o God of marriage. He binds the feet of lovers with a red silken cord.
Hachiman God of war and agriculture, divine protector of the Japanese people.
Haniyasu-hiko God of the earth.
Haniyasu-hime Goddess of the earth.
Haya-Ji God of the whirlwind.
Hiruko God of the morning sun. Guards the health of little children.
Hoso-no-Kami God of smallpox.
Hotei God of happiness, laughter and the wisdom of being content. 
Ida-Ten Buddhist god of the law and of monasteries. A handsome young man.
Ika-Zuchi-no-Kami Group of even Shinto demons who reside in the Underworld. 
Iki-Ryo The spirit of anger and envy which harms.
Inari Both a male and female deity, god/goddess of rice and agriculture.
Isora God of the seashore.
Izanagi Primordial god of the sky and the creator of everything good and right. 
Izanami Primordial goddess of the earth and darkness. 
Jinushigami Minor deity who watches over a town or plot of land.
Jizo Japanese Buddha of great compassion. 
Juichimen Buddhist god of mercy.
Jurojin Shinto god of longevity and a happy old age. One of the Shichi Fukujin
Kagutsuchi Japanese god of fire.
Kamado-gami Gods of the hearth.
Kami-kaze God of wind, storms and viscous cold weather.
Kaminari Goddess of thunder, the Thunder Queen and the Heavenly Noise.
Kanayama-hiko God of metals.
Kanayama-hime Goddess of metals.
Kawa-no-Kami God of rivers. Although rivers had their own god, ruler of all rivers.
Kenro-Ji-Jin God of earth.
Kishi-Bojin Goddess of children and childbirth
Kishijoten Goddess of luck and beauty
Kishimo-jin Buddhist goddess of compassion and protectress of children.
Kojin Ancient tree deity and goddess of the kitchen. She lives in an enoki tree.
Ko-no-Hana The Blossom Princess, she is the goddess of spring
Koshin God of the roads.
Koya-no-Myoin God of the sacred Mount Koya
Kukunochi-no-Kami Shinto god of the trees.
Kuni-Toko-tachi Earth deity who lives in Mt. Fuji.
Kura-Okami God of rain and snow.
Marisha-Ten Queen of heaven, goddess of the light, sun and moon.
Mawaya-no-kami Kami, or deity of the toilet
Miro Japanese name for Maitreya.
Miyazu-Hime Goddess of royalty.
Monju-Bosatsu Japanese Buddhist bosatsu of wisdom and knowledge.
Musubi-no-Kami God of love and marriage. Appears as a handsome young lover.
Nai-no-Kami God of earthquakes.
Naka-Yama-Tsu-Mi God of mountain slopes.
Nikko-Bosatsu Buddhist god of sunshine and good health.
Ninigi-no-mikoto Rice god and ancestral god of the Japanese imperial family.
Nominosukune God of wrestling.
Nyorai Japanese name for all of the Buddha's appearances.
Oanomochi God of the crater of Mt. Fuji.
Ohonamochi A god of the earth.
Oho-Yama The great mountain god.
Okuni-Nushi God of magic and medicine, ruler of the unseen things and the spirit world.
Owatatsumi God of the sea.
Oyamatsumi A god of the mountains
Raiden God of thunder and lightning
Ryo-Wo God of the sea. known as the Dragon King
Sae-no-Kami A group of kami, or deities, who guard the roads of Japan.
Sambo-kojin God of the kitchen. Pictured with three faces and two pairs of hands.
Sarutahiko Ohkami God of crossroads, paths and overcoming obstacles. 
Sengen See Ko-no-Hana.
Shaka The silent sage, the wisest and first appearance of Buddha on earth.
Shichi Fujukin Gods of Luck: Benten, Bishamon, Daikoku, Ebisu, Fukurokuju, Hotei
Shinda Ainu fertility god of the island of Hokkaido.
Shine-Tsu-Hiko God of the wind, he fills the space between heaven and earth.
Shoden See Ganesha.
Shoki God of the afterlife and exorcism.
Suijin Deity of the water.
Suitengu Child god of the sea.
Sukuna-Biko Dwarf god of healing, agriculture and hot springs.
Susanowa God of the winds, storms, ocean and snakes in Shinto mythology. 
Takami-Musubi Primordial sky god and creator of living things in Shinto belief.
Takemikadzuchi A thunder god.
Taki-Tsu-Hiko God of rain.
Tatsuta-hime Goddess of autumn.
Tenjin God of learning, language and calligraphy. He taught humans to write.
Toyo-Uke-Bime Goddess of earth, food and agriculture.
Toyouke-Omikami Goddess of grain.
Tsuki-Yumi God of the moon and brother of the sun goddess Ameratsu.
Uba Spirit of the pine tree. Means 'old woman' or 'wet nurse'.
Uga-Jin Serpent god of the waters and fertility of the earth.
Uga-no-Mitama Goddess of agriculture.
Ukemochi Goddess of fertility and food.
Uzume Shinto goddess of joy and happiness.
Wakahiru-me Goddess of the rising sun.
Wata-tsu-mi God of the sea.
Yabune Japanese house god.
Yama-no-kami Goddess of the hunt, forest, agriculture and vegetation.
Yamato The soul or spirit of Japan.
Yuki-Onna The Snow Queen or goddess of winter.
Akea first Hawaiian king who founded a kingdom in the afterlife (Peles brother)
Apukohai Shark God of Kauai
Haulili God of Speech
Hai  God of Kapa making
Hiaka  a Mountain God on Kauai
Hiiakawawahilani  the Cloud Holder
Hinakuluiau  Goddess of Rain
Kalaipahoa  Goddess who harms trees
Kaluannuunohonionio  a God of a temple's sacrificial house
Kamapua'a  the Hog God
Kamohoali'i  Keeper of the water of life 
Kamooalii King Moho, the God of Steam
Kanaloa  God of the Ocean
Kane  the Creator
Kane-hekili  Spirit of Thunder
Kapo the Goddess of the South Pacific; Pele's sister
Keoahikamakaua  the Child of War; Spirit of Lava Fountains
Kapohoikahiola  Spirit of Explosions
Keuakepo  God of Rain and Fire
Kiha a Goddess of Maui
Koleamoku God of the Art of Healing; patron of the Kahunas
Ku  the Architect and Maker of War
Kuahana  God who kills men
Kukaoo  God of the Husbandman
Kane the Godhead
Kaupe The Cannibal Dog Man
Kukailimoku God of War
Kuula  God of Fishermen
Laamaomao God of Winds, lives on Molokai
Aine
Angus Og
Anu
Babd Catha
Bel
Bran
Brighid
Bris
Dagda
Danu
Diancecht
Flidais
Labraid
Macha
Niamh
Arawn
Arianrhod
Amaethon
Blodeuwedd
Cerridwen
Dewi
Don
Dylan
Elaine
Gwydion
Gwynn Ap Nudd
Math Ap Mathowny
Myrrdin
Agasaya
Ah Chuy Kak
Ah Cun Can
Ah Hulneb
Ahulane
Anahita
Anath
Andraste
Ankt
Anouke
Aray
Ares
Ashur
Athena
Badb
Beg-Tse
Belatu-Cadros
Bellona
Bishamon
Bugid Y Aiba
Buluc Chabtan
Burijas
Camaxtli
Camulus
Cariocienus
Caswallawn
Chemosh
Dev
Donar
Ekchuah
Enyalius
Enyo
Erra
Eshara
Futsu-Nushi-No-Kami
Gu
Guan-Di
Gun
Hachiman
Hadur
Huitzilopochtli
Ictinike
Inanna
Indra
Irmin
Jarovit
Karttikeya
Korrawi
Kukailimoku
Laran
Mars
Maru
Menhit
Menthu
Mentu
Mextli
Minerva
Mixcoatl
Morrigan
Murukan
Nacon
Nanaja
Neith
Ninurta
Ogoun
Oro
Resef
Reshep
Rugiviet
Sakhmet
Samulayo
Segomo
Septu
Seth
Svantetit
Svetovit
Ah Cun Can
Teutates
Triglav
Tu
Tu Matauenga
Turris
Tyr
Wepwawet
Wurukatte
Zababa
Zroya
Achtland Celtic goddess of Wanton love
Aedos Roman goddess of Modesty
Aeval Celtic goddess of Sexual relations/Small size
Aidin Celtic goddess of Love/Sexuality
Aine Irish goddess of Fertility/Love
Aisha Qandisha Morocco goddess of Sexual activity
AIZEN MYO-O Japanese God of Love and Lust
Ala Nigerian goddess of Fertility/Morality
Alalahe Polynesian goddess of Love
ALBINA Etruscan goddess of dawn and protector of ill-fated lovers
Al-Lat Arabic goddess of Fertility/Procreation
AlpanAlpan Etruscan goddess of Love
Ame-No-Uzume Japanese goddess of Fertility
Amon Egyptian god of Fertility
Amor Roman god of Love
Anahita Persian goddess of Fertility/Semen
Anath Canaanite goddess of Love
Angus Og Irish god of Love
Annallja Tu Bari Sudanese goddess of Sexuality
Anna Perenna Etruscan goddess of Reproduction/Wanton/Love
Anteros Greek god of Love/Passion
Antheia Greek goddess of Love, Flowers
Aphrodite Greek goddess of Fertility/Sexual love/Beauty
Apis Egyptian god of Fertility
Arianrhod Welsh goddess of Fertility/Wanton love
Artemis Greek goddess of Chastity/Virginity/Fertility
Asase Yaa Ashanti goddess of Fertility
Asherali Canaanite goddess of Fertility
Ashtoreth Phoenician goddess of Fertility
Ashur Assyrian god of Fertility
Astarte Phoenician goddess of Fertility/Love/Sacred sexuality/Sex
Astlik Armenian goddess of Love, Fertility
Astraea Greek goddess of Modesty
Astrild Norse god of Erotic Love
Athtart Canaanite goddess of Fertility
Auseklis Latvian goddess of Love
Baal Syrian/Canaanite god of Fertility
Backlum Chaam Mayan god of Male sexuality/Sex
Bangan Philippine goddess of Love
Bastet Egyptian goddess of Fertility/Love/Sex
Bau Sumerian goddess of Fertility
BEBHIONN Irish goddess of Love/Pleasure; Queen of the Underworld
Benten Japanese goddess of Love
Bes Egyptian god of Love/Marriage
Bidhgoe Celtic goddess of Love/Sexuality
Bintang Borneo goddess of Love
Boann Irish goddess of Fertility
Brag-srin-mo Tibetan goddess of Fertility
Brangwaine Welsh goddess of Love
Branwen Irish goddess of Love
Brigit Irish goddess of Fertility
Ca-the-na Mohave goddess of Love
Ceres Roman goddess of Fertility
Cernunnos Celtic god of Fertility
Cerridwen Celtic goddess of Fertility
Chac Mayan god of Fertility
Chalchiuhtlicue Aztec goddess of Love/Beauty
Chicomecoatl Aztec goddess of Fertility
Chou Wang Chinese god of Sodomy
Cinteotl Aztec god of Fertility
CLIODHNA Irish goddess of Love and Beauty; queen of the Munster fairies
Conchenn Celtic goddess of Love
Cotys Thracian goddess of Fertility
Cupid Roman god of Erotic Love
Cythera Greek/Cyprian goddess of Love
Demeter Greek goddess of Fertility
Diana Roman goddess of Chastity/Virginity/Fertility
Dumuzi Babylonian god of Fertility
DWYN/DWUMWEN Welsh god of Love
Dzydzilelya Polish goddess of Love
El Canaanite god of Fertility
Enki Sumerian god of Fertility
Eros Greek god of Erotic love/Passion/Sex
Erzulie Voodoo goddess of Fertility/Love/Virginity/Beauty/Sex
Eueucoyotl Aztec god of Fertility/Sex
Ezili Fon goddess of Beauty/Love
Faumea Polynesian goddess of Fertility
Faunus Roman god of Fertility
Finncaev Irish goddess of Fair love
Flora Roman goddess of Love/Prostitution
Frey Scandinavian god of Fertility
Freya Norse goddess of Fertility/Love/Beauty/Sex/War
Freyr Norse god of Phallic Fertility
Frigg Germanic goddess of Fertility/Marriage
Gefjon Germanic goddess of of Fertility
Gekka-O Japanese god of Marriage
Ghede Voodoo god of Fertility/Love
Hathor Egyptian goddess of Fertility/Love/Marriage/Beauty
Haumea Hawaiian goddess of Fertility
Havea lolo fonua Polynesian goddess of Intercourse
Hebe Greek goddess of Beauty
Hecate Greek goddess of Fertility
Hera Greek goddess of Marriage/Motherhood
Hestia Greek goddess of Marriage
HIMERUS Greek God of Love/Sexual Desire
Hina Hawaiian goddess of Fertility
Hora Roman goddess of Beauty
Hsi Shih Chinese goddess of Face cream
HUEHUECOYOTL Aztec god of Music/Dance/Song
Hymen Greek/Roman god of Marriage/First love
HYMENAIOS  Greek god Marriage Ceremonies/Inspiring Feasts/Songs
Ichpuchtli Aztec goddess of Lust/Pleasure
Inanna Mesopotamian goddess of Fertility/Love
Indra Vedic god of Fertility
Inemes Micronesian goddess of Love/Sexuality
Ishkhara Babylonian goddess of Love, Priestess of Ishtar
Ishtar Assyrian goddess of Fertility/Love/Sex
Isis Egyptian goddess of Fertility/Marital/Devotion/Motherhood
Ix Chel Mayan goddess of Sexual relations
Juno Roman goddess of Marriage/Motherhood
Kama Hindu god of Love
KAMADIVA Hindu god of Love
Kane Hawaiian god of Fertility
Kanikanihia Hawaiian goddess of Love
Kapo Hawaiian goddess of Abortions/Fertility
Ken Egyptian goddess of Love
Khem Egyptian god of Fertility
Kilya Inca goddess of Marriage
Kishi-Mojin Japanese goddess of Motherhood
Kokopell'Mana Hopi goddess of Fertility
Korawini?i Paiute goddess of Intercourse
Kupalo Slavic goddess of Fertility/Sex
Kurukulla Tibetan goddess of Love, Wealth
Lada Slavic goddess of Love
Lakshmi Hindu goddess of Love/Beauty
Lempo Finnish god of Frenzied Love
Liber Italian god of Fertility
Lofn Scandinavian goddess of Love
Luamerava African goddess of Sexual desire
Lulong Borneo goddess of Love
Lutinus Roman god of Fertility
Macha Irish goddess of Fertility
Maia Roman goddess of Fertility
MAMI WATA African goddess of Fortune/Healing/Sex/Water
Manannan Celtic god of Fertility
Mariana Brazilian goddess of Love
Matronit Spanish goddess of Chastity/Promiscuity/Motherhood
Medb Celtic goddess of Sexuality/Intoxication
Mens Roman goddess of Menstruation
Mhaya Tanzania goddess of Deserted lovers MILDA Lithuanian goddess of Love
Min Egyptian god of Potency/Fertility
Morongo Zimbabwe goddess of Love/Sexuality
Mot Canaanite god of Fertility
Mut Egyptian goddess of Fertility
Mylitta Babylonian goddess of
Fertility
Naamah Canaanite goddess of Fertility/Sex
Nambi Masai goddess of Love/Sexuality
Ndauthina Fijian god of Adultery
Nehalennia Germanic goddess of Fertility
Ninhursaga Sumerian goddess of Fertility
Njord Norse god of Fertility
Nu Wa Chinese goddess of Marriage Arranger
Oba Yoruba goddess of Protector of prostitutes
Odudua Yoruba goddess of Fertility/Love
Oenghus Irish god of Love
Ops Roman goddess of Fertility
Oshun Ana Yoruba goddess of Love
Osiris Egyptian god of Fertility
Pachamama Incan goddess of Fertility
Pacha Mama Aztec goddess of Fertility
PAN Greek god of Male Virility and Sexuality
P'an Chin-lien Chinese goddess of Brothels/Lasciviousness/Prostitution/Sex
Pantang Mayang Borneo goddess of Love
PEITHO Greek goddess of Persuasion/Seduction
Peko Estonian god of Fertility
Prende Slavic goddess of Love
Priapus Greek god of Fertility
Pudicitia Roman goddess of Modesty
Qadesh Syrian goddess of Sacred Love, Pleasure
Qadshu Syrian goddess of Fertility
Qetesh Egyptian goddess of Sex
Quan Yin Chinese goddess of Fertility
Quetzalcoatl Aztec god of Fertility
Rangda Balinese goddess of Fertility/Sexuality/Lust
Rati Hindu/Balinese goddess of Fertility/Love/Passion/Sex
Ratu-Mai-Mbula Fijian god of Fertility
Rhea Greek goddess of Fertility
Rod Slavic god of Fertility
Satis Egyptian goddess of Fertility
Selket Egyptian goddess of Fertility
Sessrumnir Germanic goddess of Fertility
Shiva Hindu god of Fertility
Sif Norse goddess of Fertility
Sjofn Norse goddess of Love/Passion
Suadela Roman goddess of Persuasion in Love/Romance/Seduction
Sukkamielli Finnish goddess of Frenzied love
Tagabayan Philippine goddess of Adultery/Incest
Taka rita Polynesian goddess of Adultery
Tammuz Mesopotamian god of Fertility
Tane Polynesian god of Fertility
Taueret Egyptian goddess of Fertility
Tellus Roman goddess of Fertility
Tenye Te'en Nigerian goddess of Marital fidelity
Thalia Greek goddess of Burlesque
Thunor Germanic god of Fertility
Tlazolteotl Aztec goddess of Love/Licentiousness/Sex
Tsilah Wedo Haitian goddess of Beauty
Turan Etruscan goddess of Love/Vitality
Ueuecoyotl Aztec god of Fertility
Ursule Haitian goddess of Love
Ururupuin Micronesian goddess of Flirting
Urvasi Hindu goddess of Success in Love Affairs
Var Norse goddess of Marriage Vows
Venus Roman goddess of Love
Vesta Roman goddess of Marriage
Voluptas Roman goddess of Sensual Pleasure
Xipe Totec Aztec goddess of Fertility
XOCHIPILLI Aztec god of Love/Games/Beauty/Dance/Flowers/Maize/Song
Xochiquetzal Aztec goddess of Fertility/Love/Sensual Pleasure/Sex
Xtabay Mayan goddesses of Seduction
Yarilo Slavic god of Fertility
Zizilia Polish goddess of Love
Zoria Slavic goddess of Beauty
Belobog
Berstuk
Crnobog
Dazbog
Flins
Hors
Jarilo
Juthrbog
Karewit
Lada
Lado
Marowit
Perun
Podaga
Porewit
Radegast
Rod
Siebog
Simargl
Stribog
Svarog
Svetovid
Triglav
Veles
Zirnitra

 

 

If i missed your god of choice, im sorry i deny him/her too!!!

 

  Deny all those gods ?  Too boring.  Just provide me with their home addresses and I'll mail letter bombs to all of them...

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You cannot deny the Force, young Padawan.

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Instead of stating that I

Instead of stating that I deny all the gods listed in the first post, I instead would like to note that I don't have an affirmative belief in any of the gods listed.  The reason I abstain from believing in any of the gods listed is because as much as I've researched religion, nobody has presented me with enough evidence to prove that their specific god exists.  Until that time I will refuse to believe in gods, and will speak out on the importance of abstaining from belief in a god until valid proof is provided.

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Oh by the way here is the big list of gods we had on our site.

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 Economic growth

 Economic growth


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Humanity...

Humanity...

“A meritocratic society is one in which inequalities of wealth and social position solely reflect the unequal distribution of merit or skills amongst human beings, or are based upon factors beyond human control, for example luck or chance. Such a society is socially just because individuals are judged not by their gender, the colour of their skin or their religion, but according to their talents and willingness to work, or on what Martin Luther King called 'the content of their character'. By extension, social equality is unjust because it treats unequal individuals equally.” "Political Ideologies" by Andrew Heywood (2003)


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 Economic growth

What are you, some kind of LSD guzzling hippy? Economic growth is God's way of showing His love for the United States of America. Right now He is punishing us for not blowing up everything in South West Asia, but we are still the richest country on the planet, and therefore the most beloved of God. You saying this is a false god is like ejaculating directly into the eye of Baby Jesus. You should be groveling before the Lord begging his forgiveness right now. I am absolutely aghast.

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Humanity...

It is true that Humanism is a Satanic plot to encourage homersexurality and later abortions. I'm glad that you, as an atheist, have at least this much sense.

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Teralek wrote:

 Economic growth

What are you, some kind of LSD guzzling hippy? Economic growth is God's way of showing His love for the United States of America. Right now He is punishing us for not blowing up everything in South West Asia, but we are still the richest country on the planet, and therefore the most beloved of God. You saying this is a false god is like ejaculating directly into the eye of Baby Jesus. You should be groveling before the Lord begging his forgiveness right now. I am absolutely aghast.

 

I'm in stitches. 

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Kapkao wrote:

Humanity...

It is true that Humanism is a Satanic plot to encourage homersexurality and later abortions. I'm glad that you, as an atheist, have at least this much sense.

 

How do two people of the same gender having sex lead to pregnancies?  I'm puzzled.  Is this some new god/s/dess in the works?  A new kind of virgin birth?

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cj wrote:

Billy Bob Jenkins wrote:

Kapkao wrote:

Humanity...

It is true that Humanism is a Satanic plot to encourage homersexurality and later abortions. I'm glad that you, as an atheist, have at least this much sense.

 

How do two people of the same gender having sex lead to pregnancies?  I'm puzzled.  Is this some new god/s/dess in the works?  A new kind of virgin birth?

I don't mean "later" as in after the homosexuality. I mean having abortions later and later during the pregnancy. Eventually humanism will lead to the sacrifice of infants, and genocide. That's why they argue that zygotes have no souls. They want to kill everybody.

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I was careful not to quote

I was careful not to quote you and repost that foul, disgusting video. What God fearing, heterosexual man would want to listen to those demonic transvestites blaspheming God in front of a crowded coloseum? Not I. I hope you didn't post that Satan worshipping nonsense for my benefit.

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 8And it shall come to pass in the day of the LORD's sacrifice, that I will punish the princes, and the king's children, and all such as are clothed with strange apparel.

 

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No I did not post that for

No I did not post that for you Billy. Let me break this down:

 

Peavy Millenium 5 BXP $150.00

 

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Floor seats for KISS live $200.00

 

Hartke 500 watt head $550.00

 

Genz Benz 2x12 cab $500.00

 

Schecter Custom 5 bass $800.00

 

Groove Tubes Trio preamp $500.00

 

Boss GT Pro $600

 

Ibanez acoustic bass $300

 

Getting some random dude on the internet to say weird crap: Priceless.

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All of them.


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Nomorecrazypeople, I don't

Nomorecrazypeople, I don't think I saw Jesus on your list but I'm sure you meant him to be on the TOP of it!!

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Nomorecrazypeople, I don't think I saw Jesus on your list but I'm sure you meant him to be on the TOP of it!!

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Laamaomao God of Winds, lives on Molokai

That one I exists and I can prove it. Just pay for me to go on a hunting trip to Molokai and I will show him to you.

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 Economic growth

What are you, some kind of LSD guzzling hippy? Economic growth is God's way of showing His love for the United States of America. Right now He is punishing us for not blowing up everything in South West Asia, but we are still the richest country on the planet, and therefore the most beloved of God. You saying this is a false god is like ejaculating directly into the eye of Baby Jesus. You should be groveling before the Lord begging his forgiveness right now. I am absolutely aghast.

That's pretty funny, you're like the Steven Corbert of this forum.  Smiling

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