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Underworld may refer to: Underworld, a place in religion and mythology where the souls of the recently departed go Underworld (1927 film), a silent film directed by Josef von Sternberg Underworld (1985 film), a horror film written by Clive Barker Underworld (2003 film), a horror/action film starring Kate Beckinsale... For other uses, see Hell (disambiguation). ...

Religions:

Words: Hades, Greek god of the underworld, enthroned, with his bird-headed staff, on a red-figure Apulian vase made in the 4th century BC. For other uses, see Hades (disambiguation). ... Naraka (Sanskrit) or Niraya (Pāli) (Ch: 地獄 Dì Yù, Jp: Jigoku, Tib: ) is the name given to one of the worlds of greatest suffering in Buddhist cosmology. ... Diyu (Traditional Chinese: ; Simplified Chinese: ; Hanyu Pinyin: ; Wade-Giles: Ti-yü; Japanese: , jigoku, literally earth prison) is the realm of the dead or hell in Chinese mythology. ... Perdition redirects here, for the play see Perdition (play). ... Naraka is the name of a place of torment, in both Hinduism and Buddhism. ... Jahannam (Arabic: ) is the Islamic equivalent to hell. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ...

Related: This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Diyu (Traditional Chinese: ; Simplified Chinese: ; Hanyu Pinyin: ; Wade-Giles: Ti-yü; Japanese: , jigoku, literally earth prison) is the realm of the dead or hell in Chinese mythology. ... In Egyptian mythology, Duat (also called Akert or Amenthes) is the underworld, where the sun traveled from west to east during the night and where dead souls were judged by Osiris, using a feather, representing Truth. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Hades, Greek god of the underworld, enthroned, with his bird-headed staff, on a red-figure Apulian vase made in the 4th century BC. For other uses, see Hades (disambiguation). ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Niflheim. ... Jahannam (Arabic: ) is the Islamic equivalent to hell. ... This article is about the theological concept. ... Naraka is the name of a place of torment, in both Hinduism and Buddhism. ... Illustration for Dantes Purgatorio (18), by Gustave Doré, an imaginative picturing of Purgatory. ... In Hebrew, ²² Sheol (שאול, Shol) is the abode of the dead, the underworld, the common grave of humankind or pit.[1] In the Hebrew Bible, it is a place beneath the earth, beyond gates, where both the bad and the good, slave and king, pious and wicked must go at... In classic Greek mythology, below Heaven, Earth, and Pontus is Tartarus, or Tartaros (Greek Τάρταρος, deep place). ... This article is about the location in japanese mythology. ...

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In the study of mythology and religion, the underworld is a generic term approximately equivalent to the lay term afterlife, referring to any place to which newly dead souls go. This page is about the concept of the Devil. ... Fire and brimstone is a motif in Christian preaching that uses vivid descriptions of hell and damnation to encourage the listeners to fear divine wrath and punishment. ... The Harrowing of Hell is a doctrine in Christian theology referenced in the Apostles Creed and the Athanasian Creed (Quicumque vult), which states that Jesus descended into Hell. ... The problem of Hell is a variant of the problem of evil, applying specifically to religions which hold both that: An omnipotent (all-powerful), omniscient (all-knowing), and omnibenevolent (all-loving) God exists. ... In Christianity, the outer darkness (often capitalized as Outer Darkness) is a place referred to three times in the Gospel of Matthew (8:12, 22:13, and 25:30) into which a person may be cast out, and where there is weeping and gnashing of teeth. Generally, the outer darkness... The word mythology (from the Greek μυολογία mythología, from mythologein to relate myths, from mythos, meaning a narrative, and logos, meaning speech or argument) literally means the (oral) retelling of myths – stories that a particular culture believes to be true and that use the supernatural to interpret natural events and... For other uses, see Afterlife (disambiguation). ... A cemetery, a place of the dead The dead are those who have died, as opposed to those who are still living. ...

See also: descent to the underworld and psychopomp

It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with life-death-rebirth deity. ... Many sets of religious beliefs have a particular spirit, deity, demon or angel whose responsibility is to escort newly-deceased souls to the afterlife, such as Heaven or Hell. ...

Aztec mythology

The Aztec civilization recognized a polytheistic mythology, which contained the many gods and supernatural creatures from their religious beliefs. ... In Aztec mythology, Mictlan was the lowest (ninth) level of the underworld, located far to the north. ...

Babylonian mythology

It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Mesopotamian mythology. ... In Babylonian mythology, Kurnugia is the underworld. ...

Buddhism

A silhouette of a Buddha statue at Ayutthaya, Thailand. ... Naraka (Sanskrit) or Niraya (Pāli) (Ch: 地獄 Dì Yù, Jp: Jigoku, Tib: ) is the name given to one of the worlds of greatest suffering in Buddhist cosmology. ...

Celtic mythology

Celtic mythology is the mythology of Celtic polytheism, apparently the religion of the Iron Age Celts. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... In Irish mythology, Mag Mell (plain of joy), also called Tír na nÓg (land of the young), Land of the Living, the Many-colored Land and the Promised Land, was a mythical realm achievable through death and/or glory. ...

Chinese mythology

Chinese mythology is a collection of cultural history, folktales, and religions that have been passed down in oral or written form. ... Diyu (Traditional Chinese: ; Simplified Chinese: ; Hanyu Pinyin: ; Wade-Giles: Ti-yü; Japanese: , jigoku, literally earth prison) is the realm of the dead or hell in Chinese mythology. ...

Christianity

Topics in Christianity Movements · Denominations · Other religions Ecumenism · Preaching · Prayer Music · Liturgy · Calendar Symbols · Art · Criticism Important figures Apostle Paul · Church Fathers Constantine · Athanasius · Augustine Anselm · Aquinas · Palamas · Luther Calvin · Wesley Arius · Marcion of Sinope Archbishop of Canterbury · Catholic Pope Coptic Pope · Ecumenical Patriarch Christianity Portal This box:      Christianity is... In some Christian traditions, hades is the abode of the dead where the righteous and unrighteous alike await resurrection and judgment. ... For other uses, see Heaven (disambiguation). ... Perdition redirects here, for the play see Perdition (play). ... This article is about the theological concept. ... Paradise, Jan Bruegel Paradise is an English word from Persian roots that is generally identified with the Garden of Eden or with Heaven. ... Illustration for Dantes Purgatorio (18), by Gustave Doré, an imaginative picturing of Purgatory. ...

Egyptian mythology

Egyptian mythology or Egyptian religion is the succession of tentative beliefs held by the people of Egypt for over three thousand years, prior to major exposure to Christianity and Islam. ... In Egyptian mythology, the fields of Aaru (alternatives: Yaaru, Iaru, Aalu), are the heavenly underworld where Osiris ruled. ... For other uses, see Anubis (disambiguation). ... In Egyptian mythology, Duat (also called Akert or Amenthes) is the underworld, where the sun traveled from west to east during the night and where dead souls were judged by Osiris, using a feather, representing Truth. ... In Egyptian mythology, Neter-khertet (divine place underground; also Khert Neter) referred to the underworld. ...

Estonian mythology

// Estonian Mythology is a complex of myths belonging to the folk heritage of Estonians. ... // Estonian Mythology is a complex of myths belonging to the folk heritage of Estonians. ...

Fijian mythology

see Melanesian mythology. Polynesia is a triangle of islands in the Pacific Ocean. ...


Finnish mythology

Finnish mythology has many features that it shares with other Finnic mythologies, like the Estonian mythology, and also elements similar with non-Finnic neighbours, especially the the Balts and the Scandinavians. ... Lemminkäisen äiti by Akseli Gallen-Kallela. ...

Greek mythology

Main article: Greek underworld

The bust of Zeus found at Otricoli (Sala Rotonda, Museo Pio-Clementino, Vatican) Greek mythology is the body of stories belonging to the Ancient Greeks concerning their gods and heroes, the nature of the world and the origins and significance of their own cult and ritual practices. ... Hermes Psykhopompos: sitting on a rock, the god is preparing to lead a dead soul to the Underworld, Attic white-ground lekythos, ca. ... Elysian redirects here. ... Hades, Greek god of the underworld, enthroned, with his bird-headed staff, on a red-figure Apulian vase made in the 4th century BC. For other uses, see Hades (disambiguation). ... In classic Greek mythology, below Heaven, Earth, and Pontus is Tartarus, or Tartaros (Greek Τάρταρος, deep place). ...

Hebrew Bible

11th century manuscript of the Hebrew Bible with Targum Hebrew Bible is a term that refers to the common portions of the Jewish canon and the Christian canons. ... In Hebrew, ²² Sheol (שאול, Shol) is the abode of the dead, the underworld, the common grave of humankind or pit.[1] In the Hebrew Bible, it is a place beneath the earth, beyond gates, where both the bad and the good, slave and king, pious and wicked must go at... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ...

Hinduism

Hinduism (known as in modern Indian languages[1]) is a religious tradition[2] that originated in the Indian subcontinent. ... Amaravati may refer to: Amaravati (capital), in Hinduism, (అమరావతి) is the capital of Svarga, a temporary paradise where the dead live. ... Bhogavati, that is, the voluptuous one, was the subterranean capital of the Nagas in the Nagaloka region of Patala. ... Naraka is the name of a place of torment, in both Hinduism and Buddhism. ... This article is about the Vedic plant and ritual. ... In Hinduism, (Sanskrit: स्वर्ग) Svarga (or Swarga) is set of nether worlds located on Mt. ...

Inca mythology

Inca mythology includes a number of stories and legends that are mythological and helps explain or symbolizes Inca beliefs. ... In Incan mythology, Uku Pacha (the lower world) was the underworld located beneath the Earths surface. ...

Inuit mythology

Inuit mythology has many similarities to the religions of other polar regions. ... In Inuit mythology, Adlivun (those beneath us; also known as Idliragijenget) refers to both the spirits of the departed who reside in the underworld, and that underworld itself, located beneath the land and the sea. ...

Islam

For people named Islam, see Islam (name). ... Jahannam (Arabic: ) is the Islamic equivalent to hell. ... Naar (literally, fire) refers to a state of affairs where a sinners flesh in Hell may burn and be remade. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... ArAf is a 2006 film directed by Biray Dalkiran Credits Country: Turkey Genre: Thriller Synopsis Inspired by a real-life story, the movie tells the story of Eda (Akasya Aslitürkmen), a dancer who fell in love with Cihan (Kubilay Tunçer), a family man. ...

Japanese mythology

Japanese mythology is a very complex system of beliefs that embraces Shinto and Buddhist traditions as well as agriculture-based folk religion. ... This article is about the location in japanese mythology. ...

Latvian mythology

Latvian mythology is deeply ingrained in all aspects of Latvian culture, from traditional songs to ornamental patterns in weaving and jewelry. ... In Latvian mythology, Viņsaule (the world behind) was the land of the dead, ruled by Vēļu mate. ...

Mapuche mythology

  • Pellumawida
  • Degin
  • Wenuleufu
  • Ngullchenmaiwe

In the mythology and beliefs of the Mapuche people, the Machi (Shaman), a role usually filled by older women, is an extremely important part of the Mapuche culture, even today and in parallel with Christianity. ...

Mayan mythology

Maya mythology refers to the pre-Columbian Maya civilizations extensive polytheistic religious beliefs. ... The ninth level of the Mayan underworld. ... In Maya mythology Xibalba (IPA: ), roughly translated as Place of fear,[1] is the name of the underworld, ruled by Mayan spirits of disease and death. ...

Melanesian mythology

(includes Fijian) Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ...

In Polynesian mythology (specifically: Fiji), Bulu is the underworld. ... In Polynesian mythology (specifically: Fiji), Burotu is the paradise-underworld. ... In Polynesian mythology (specifically: Fiji), Murimuria is the underworld. ... In Polynesian mythology (specifically Fiji), Nabangatai is the village in the underworld where the souls of dead humans live. ...

Norse mythology

Norse, Viking or Scandinavian mythology comprises the indigenous pre-Christian religion, beliefs and legends of the Scandinavian peoples, including those who settled on Iceland, where most of the written sources for Norse mythology were assembled. ... In Norse mythology, Gimlé (alternately Gimli) was a place where the survivors of Ragnarok were to live. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Niflheim. ... Niflheim (Land of Mists) is the realm of ice and cold in Norse mythology. ... For other uses, see Valhalla (disambiguation). ... In Norse mythology, Vingólf is one of the buildings of the gods. ...

Oromo mythology

  • Ekera

Philippine mythology

  • Kasanaan
  • Empiyerno

Philippine mythology, and folklore includes a collection of tales and superstitions about magical creatures and entities. ...

Polynesian mythology

  • Avaiki
  • Bulotu
  • Iva
  • Lua-o-Milu
  • Ngā Atua
  • Pulotu
  • Rangi Tuarea
  • Te Toi-o-nga-Ranga
  • Uranga-o-Te-Ra

Polynesia (meaning many islands in Greek) is a triangular grouping of Central and South Pacific Ocean island archipelagos settled by seafaring voyagers from the original heartland in Tonga and Samoa. ... In Polynesian mythology, Avaiki is an underworld, ruled by Miru and built by the gods in a series of caves and tunnels, leading to multiple halls. ... In Polynesian mythology (specifically: Tonga), Bulotu is an underworld, where the spirits of the dead live in an eternal paradise. ... In Polynesian mythology (specifically: Hawaii), Lua-o-Milu is the land of the dead, ruled by Milu. ... In some versions of the Māori legend of Tāwhaki, Ngā Atua is the sixth of the twelve layers of the heavens (Craig 1989:183, White 1887-1891, I:App). ... In the mythology of parts of western Polynesia (specifically Tonga and Samoa), Pulotu is the underworld, the world of darkness (as opposed to the human world of light). ... In Polynesian mythology (Maori), Uranga-o-Te-Ra is the underworld, ruled by Rohe. ...

Pueblo mythology

  • Shipap

Roman mythology

A head of Minerva found in the ruins of the Roman baths in Bath Roman mythology, the mythological beliefs of the people of Ancient Rome, can be considered as having two parts. ... Avernus was an ancient name for a crater near Cumae (Cuma), Italy in the Region of Campania north of Naples. ... Hades, Greek god of the underworld, enthroned, with his bird-headed staff, on a red-figure Apulian vase made in the 4th century BC. For other uses, see Hades (disambiguation). ... Pluto, lord of the underworld. ...

Slavic mythology

  • Peklo

Slavic mythology and Slavic paganism evolved over more than 3,000 years. ...

Sumerian mythology

Chaldean mythology is the collective name given to Sumerian, Assyrian and Babylonian mythologies, although Chaldea did not comprehend the whole territory inhabited by those peoples. ... Dilmun (sometimes transliterated Telmun) is associated with ancient sites on the islands of Bahrain in the Persian Gulf. ... In Sumerian mythology, KUR (Primeval Snake and Dragon) was a monstrous dragon with scaly body and massive wings. ...

Vodun

The term Voodoo (Vodun in Benin; also Vodou or other phonetically equivalent spellings in Haiti; Vudu in the Dominican Republic) is applied to the branches of a West African ancestor-based religious tradition with primary roots among the Fon-Ewe peoples of West Africa, in the country now known as...

Wagawaga mythology

  • Hiyoyoa

Rulers of the Underworld

(Note: this includes guardian-type creatures, ghosts, and spirits such as demons, veli, and Cerberus) For other uses, see Ghost (disambiguation). ... “Fiend” redirects here. ... In Latvian mythology, the Veli were dead souls, associated with Velns and clouds. ... Heracles and threatened Cerberus, Attic black-figure neck-amphora, ca. ...


Aboriginal mythology

The Aborigines of Australia have a polytheistic, animistic religion. ... In Aboriginal mythology, Baiame was the ancestor and patron god of the Kamilaroi. ... Kamilaroi is an Australian Aboriginal people who are from the area between Tamworth and Goondiwindi, west to Narrabri and Lightning Ridge, in northern New South Wales. ... Eingana the creator goddess In Aboriginal mythology, Eingana is a creator goddess and the mother of all water, animals and humanity. ...

Akkadian mythology

Chaldean mythology is the collective name given to Sumerian, Assyrian and Babylonian mythologies, although Chaldea did not comprehend the whole territory inhabited by those peoples. ... In Akkadian mythology the Allu were a race of monstrous and faceless demons that destroyed all what they could capture. ... In Sumerian mythology and later for Assyrians and Babylonians, Anu (also An; (from Sumerian *An = sky, heaven)) was a sky-god, the god of heaven, lord of constellations, king of gods, spirits and demons, and dwelt in the highest heavenly regions. ... In Sumerian and Akkadian (Babylonian and Assyrian) mythology, the Anunnaku (or Anunnaki) were a group of fifty gods, sons of An (or Anu), considered to be The Heavenly Court, and also called The Fifty Great Gods. ... Introduction In Sumerian and Akkadian (Babylonian and Assyrian) mythology, Ereshkigal, wife of Nergal, was the goddess of Irkalla, the land of the dead. ... In Sumerian and Akkadian (Babylonian and Assyrian) mythology, Gallu (also called gallu demon or galla (Akkadian: gallû)) was a wild spirit or underworld demon that, under the shape of a bull, went through the cities, especially by night. ... In Akkadian mythology Humbaba (Assyrian spelling) or Huwawa (Babylonian) was a monstrous giant who was also the guardian of the Cedar Forest where the gods lived. ... In Akkadian and Sumerian mythology Mamitu was the goddess of destiny, who decreed the fate of the new-borns. ... The name Nergal (or Nirgal, Nirgali) refers to a deity in Babylonia with the main seat of his cult at Cuthah represented by the mound of Tell-Ibrahim. ... In the Epic of Gilgamesh, Utnapishtim (also known as the Sumerian character Ziusudra) is the wise king of the Sumerian city state of Shuruppak who, along with his wife, whose name was not mentioned in the story, survived a great flood sent by Enlil to drown every living thing on...

Albanian mythology

Albanian myths can be divided into two major groups: legends of metamorphosis and historical legends. ... E Bukura e Dheut is an Albanian mythological fairy of beauty. ...

Armenian mythology

  • Spandaramat

Armenian mythology also includes the myths of the ancient Urartian culture. ...

Aztec mythology

The Aztec civilization recognized a polytheistic mythology, which contained the many gods and supernatural creatures from their religious beliefs. ... Statuette of Mictlantecuhtli Mictlantecuhtli (lord of Mictlan), in Aztec mythology, was a god of the dead and King of Mictlan (Chicunauhmictlan), the lowest and northernmost section of the underworld. ... In Aztec mythology, Mictecacihuatl was the Queen of Mictlan, the underworld, and wife of Mictlantecuhtli. ... In Aztec mythology, Mictecacihuatl was the Queen of Mictlan, the underworld, and wife of Mictlantecuhtli. ... Statuette of Mictlantecuhtli See also: Mictlantecuhtli (disambiguation) In Aztec mythology, Mictlantecuhtli (lord of Mictlan) is the god of the dead and King of Mictlan (Chicunauhmictlan), the lowest section of the underworld. ...

Babylonian mythology

It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Mesopotamian mythology. ... Erra is a planet alleged by Billy Meier to orbit the star Taygeta in the Pleiades. ... The name Nergal (or Nirgal, Nirgali) refers to a deity in Babylonia with the main seat of his cult at Cuthah represented by the mound of Tell-Ibrahim. ... Ninlil, first called Sud, is the daughter of Nammu and An in Sumerian mythology. ... In the Epic of Gilgamesh, Utnapishtim (also known as the Sumerian character Ziusudra) is the wise king of the Sumerian city state of Shuruppak who, along with his wife, whose name was not mentioned in the story, survived a great flood sent by Enlil to drown every living thing on...

Balinese mythology

Balinese mythology is the traditional mythology of the people of the Indonesian island of Bali, before the majority adoption of Hinduism. ... Batara Kala is the god of the underworld, ruling over it in a cave along with Setesuyara, according to traditional Balinese mythology. ... Setesuyara is the goddess of the underworld, along with Batara Kala, in traditional Balinese mythology. ...

Bon mythology

  • gNyan

Buddhism

A silhouette of a Buddha statue at Ayutthaya, Thailand. ... Tibetan Dharmapala at the Field Museum in Chicago, Illinois Yama is the name of the Buddhist god and judge of the dead, who presides over the Buddhist Narakas (Pāli: Nirayas), Hells or Purgatories. Although ultimately based on the god Yama of the Hindu Vedas, the Buddhist Yama has developed...

Canaanite mythology

Canaanite mythology are the myths and god tales of ancient Canaan. ... In Ugaritic Mot Death (spelled mt) is personified as a god of death. ...

Celtic mythology

Celtic mythology is the mythology of Celtic polytheism, apparently the religion of the Iron Age Celts. ... In Welsh mythology, Arawn was the Lord of the Underworld, which was called Annwn. ... This article describes the banshee of Irish and Skottish mythology. ... Depiction of Cernunnos from the Pilier des nautes, Paris Cernunnos in Celtic polytheism is the deified spirit of horned male animals, especially of stags, a nature god associated with produce and fertility. ... In Welsh mythology, the Cŵn Annwn (hounds of Annwn) were the white, red-eared ghostly hounds of Annwn, the land of the dead. ... In Welsh mythology, Gwyn or Gwynn ap Nudd was the ruler of Annwn (the Underworld). ... In Irish mythology, Manannan mac Lir was a sea and weather god. ... In Irish mythology Midir (or Midhir) was a son of the Dagda of the Tuatha Dé Danann. ... The Mórrígan (Morrígan, Morrigu, Mór-Rhioghain) (great queen or phantom queen), is an Irish goddess of war and destruction. ... Niamh (pronounced or ) is an Irish female name. ... This article is about the Welsh hero; for the impact crater on Europa, see Pwyll (crater). ... In Irish folklore, Sluagh were the spirits of dead sinners; sometimes the spirits of pagan ancestors; usually troublesome and destructive. ... In Celtic mythology, King Tethra of the Fomorians ruled Mag Mell after dying in the First Battle of Mag Tuireadh. ...

Chinese mythology

Chinese mythology is a collection of cultural history, folktales, and religions that have been passed down in oral or written form. ... Gui can refer to the following: Gui is short for Guilherme or Guilhermo; in English, this name translations to William. ... Tibetan Dharmapala at the Field Museum in Chicago, Illinois Yama is the name of the Buddhist god and judge of the dead, who presides over the Buddhist Narakas (Pāli: Nirayas), Hells or Purgatories. Although ultimately based on the god Yama of the Hindu Vedas, the Buddhist Yama has developed...

Christian mythology

Christian mythology is the body of traditional narrative associated with Christianity. ... This article is about the supernatural being. ... “Fiend” redirects here. ... This page is about the concept of the Devil. ... This article discusses the term God in the context of monotheism and henotheism. ... Guido Renis archangel Michael (in the Capuchin church of Santa Maria della Concezione, Rome) tramples Satan. ... “St Peter” redirects here. ...

Egyptian mythology

Egyptian mythology or Egyptian religion is the succession of tentative beliefs held by the people of Egypt for over three thousand years, prior to major exposure to Christianity and Islam. ... The chief deity in Egyptian mythology, Ra, when considered as a sun god, was thought to traverse the daily sky in a boat, and cross the underworld at night in another, named Meseket. ... see talk page In Egyptian mythology, Aker (also spelt Akar) was one of the earliest gods worshipped, and was the deification of the horizon. ... In Egyptian mythology, Am-heh was a god of the underworld and the Earth. ... In Egyptian mythology, Amunet (also spelled Amonet, Amaunet, Amentet, Amentit, Imentet, Imentit, and Ament) was originally the female form of the originally androgynous god Amun. ... A depiction of PAJARO in a late period papyrus, showing his decorated leonine body, and crocodile head. ... In Egyptian mythology, Andjety (also Anezti, Anedjti) is an underworld god worshipped particularly in Busiris. ... For other uses, see Anubis (disambiguation). ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... In Egyptian mythology, Apis or Hapis (alternatively spelt Hapi-ankh), was a bull-deity worshipped in the Memphis region. ... In Egyptian mythology, Astennu (or Asten) refers to a companion of Thoth, one of the Utennu apes, and to Thoth himself in his ape-like form. ... In Egyptian mythology, Ha was a god of the deserts to the west of Egypt. ... The imiut fetish has been documented throughout the history of Ancient Egypt. ... Isis is a goddess in Egyptian mythology. ... In Ancient Egypt, Mehen is both what appears to be a mythological character, and a board game. ... In Egyptian mythology, Naunet (or Nunet) is the goddess of the primordial, watery abyss of the underworld and one of the Ogdoad. ... In Egyptian mythology, Nehebkau (he who harnesses the souls) was the snake god who guarded the entrance to Duat, the underworld. ... In Egyptian mythology, Nephthys (spelt Nebet-het, and Nebt-het, in transliteration from Egyptian hieroglyphs) is one of the Ennead of Heliopolis, a daughter of Nut and Geb, and the wife of Set. ... For other uses, see Nun (disambiguation). ... In Egyptian mythology, Nuit or Nut was the sky goddess, in contrast to most other mythologies, which usually have a sky father. ... For other uses, see Osiris (disambiguation). ... Ptah also refers to the asteroid 5011 Ptah Ptah In Egyptian mythology, Ptah (also spelt Peteh) was the deification of the primordial mound in the Ennead cosmogony, which was more literally referred to as Ta-tenen (also spelt Tathenen), meaning risen land, or as Tanen, meaning submerged land. ... In Egyptian mythology, Seker is a god of craftsmen, the dead and funerals. ... Thoth (Ramesseum, Luxor) Thoth (his Greek name derived from the Egyptian *, written by Egyptians as ) was considered one of the most important deities of the Egyptian pantheon, often depicted with the head of an ibis. ...

Elamite mythology

The Elamite god of the underworld. ...

Etruscan mythology

The Etruscans were a race of unknown origin from North Italy who were eventually integrated into Rome. ... A typical depiction of Charun. ... In Etruscan mythology, Culsu was a female demon in the underworld. ... In Etruscan mythology, Februus was the god of the dead and purification. ... Mania is a severe medical condition characterized by extremely elevated mood, energy, and thought patterns. ... In Roman and Etruscan mythology, Mantus and his wife, Mania were gods of the underworld. ... In Etruscan mythology, Nethuns was the god of wells, later expanded to all water, including the sea. ... In Etruscan mythology, Tulchulcha was a female demon that lived in the underworld. ... In Etruscan mythology, Vanth was a demoness who lived in the underworld. ...

Finnish mythology

Finnish mythology has many features that it shares with other Finnic mythologies, like the Estonian mythology, and also elements similar with non-Finnic neighbours, especially the the Balts and the Scandinavians. ... This article does not cite its references or sources. ... The Surma are a tribal people in the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region (SNNPR) of Ethiopia. ... Akka means Sister in Telugu. ... Tuonetar (Twon-etar), in Finnish mythology, is the Queen of the Underworld. ... In Finnish mythology, Tuoni was the god of the underworld (Tuonela). ... Vammatar is the Finnish goddess of pain, disease, and/or suffering (other versions have her as more actively negative, the goddess of evil and misfortune). ...

Greek mythology

The bust of Zeus found at Otricoli (Sala Rotonda, Museo Pio-Clementino, Vatican) Greek mythology is the body of stories belonging to the Ancient Greeks concerning their gods and heroes, the nature of the world and the origins and significance of their own cult and ritual practices. ... Heracles and threatened Cerberus, Attic black-figure neck-amphora, ca. ... Michelangelos rendering of Charon. ... Hades, Greek god of the underworld, enthroned, with his bird-headed staff, on a red-figure Apulian vase made in the 4th century BC. For other uses, see Hades (disambiguation). ... In Greek mythology, the Keres (singular: Ker) were female death-spirits and sources of evils. ... Proserpine by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1874) (Tate Gallery, London In Greek mythology, Persephone (Greek Περσεφόνη, Persephónē) was the Queen of the Underworld of epic literature. ... In Greek mythology, Styx (Στυξ) is the name of a river which formed the boundary between Earth and the Underworld, Hades. ... In Greek mythology, Thanatos (in Ancient Greek, θάνατος – Death) was the Daimon personification of Death and Mortality. ...

Roma (Gypsy) mythology

Roma (Gypsy) mythology is the myth, folklore, religion, traditions, and legends of the Roma people. ...

Haida mythology

The Haida are an Indigenous Peoples. ... Taxet is the Haida God of violent death. ... Look up tia, tía in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ...

Hinduism

Hinduism (known as in modern Indian languages[1]) is a religious tradition[2] that originated in the Indian subcontinent. ... // In Hinduism In Hindu mythology, the Asura (Sanskrit: असुर) are a group of power-seeking deities, sometimes misleadingly referred to as demons. ... This article is in need of attention. ... Shree Chitragupta (Sanskrit: चित्रगुप्त, rich in secrets) is a Hindu god assigned with the task of keeping complete records of actions of human beings on the earth, and upon their death, deciding as regards sending them to the heaven or the hell, depending on their actions on the earth. ... Deva can refer to: Deva (Hinduism), a Hindu deity. ... In Hinduism, Durga (Sanskrit: , Bengali: ) is a form of Devi, the supreme goddess. ... The nagas ( snake) are an ancient race of snake-humanoid beings first depicted in ancient Vedic Hindu mythology and oral folklore from at least 5000 B.C.E. Stories involving the Nagas are still very much a part of contemporary cultural traditions in predominantly Hindu (India, Nepal, and the island... Rudra (Sanskrit: रुद्रः) (Howler) is a Rigvedic God of the storm, the hunt, death, Nature and the Wind. ... This article is about the Vedic plant and ritual. ... In Vedic religion, Varuna (Devanagari:वरुण, IAST:) is a god of the sky, of rain and of the celestial ocean, as well as a god of law and of the underworld. ... In Hinduism, Vivasvat (also Visvakarma or Vivasvan) is a solar deity and the architect who built the cities and palaces of the gods, as well as a master craftsman and artisan. ... This article is about the deity Yama in Hinduism. ...

Hopi mythology

To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Kachina doll In Pueblo religious practices, Kachina (also spelled Katsina) refers to three related things: Supernatural entities or spirits capable of influencing the natural world. ...

Ibo mythology

The Ibo are a people that inhabit the present day South Eastern Nigeria and some parts of the South-South region. ... This organization was originally designed by associates coming together on their likelihood of hatin on Lords referring to Cross Dressing Ghetto Booty Transexuals that disgrace their so called home boys for feminine type. ...

Incan mythology

This article is in need of attention. ... Supay was both the god of death and ruler of the Uca Pacha as well as a race of demons. ... ...

Indonesian mythology

Bold textDewi Shris biography Dewi Shri is the goddess of rice (paddy)in Bali island. ...

Inuit mythology

Inuit mythology has many similarities to the religions of other polar regions. ... In Inuit mythology, Pana was the god who cared for souls in the underworld (Adlivun) before they were reincarnated. ... This article is about the Inuit goddess. ...

Islamic Mythology

In Islamic mythology, a Hafaza (aka Hafza) is a type of angel. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Islamic view of angels. ... {{Cleanup|date=March 20ungrateful! And whoever is grateful, truly, his gratitude is for (the good of) his ownself; and whoever is ungrateful, (he is ungrateful only for the loss of his ownself). ... For other uses, see Genie (disambiguation). ... The Annunciation - the Angel Gabriel announces to Mary that she will bear Jesus (El Greco, 1575) An angel is a supernatural being found in many religions. ... Doctor Who character, see Peri Brown. ...

Japanese mythology

  • Hisa-Me
  • Hotoke
  • Ika-Zuchi-no-Kami
  • Jikininki
  • Shiko-Me
  • Shiti Dama
  • Shi-Ryo

Japanese mythology is a very complex system of beliefs that embraces Shinto and Buddhist traditions as well as agriculture-based folk religion. ... In Japanese Buddhism, jikininki (Japanese: 食尸鬼, man-eating ghosts) are the spirits of greedy, selfish or impious individuals who are cursed after death to seek out and eat human corpses. ...

Kassite mythology

Wikipedia does not yet have an article with this exact name. ...

Khmer mythology

  • Preas Eyssaur

Latvian mythology

Latvian mythology is deeply ingrained in all aspects of Latvian culture, from traditional songs to ornamental patterns in weaving and jewelry. ... In Latvian mythology, the Veli were dead souls, associated with Velns and clouds. ... In Latvian mythology, Velu mate (mother of veli) was the goddess of the dead and Queen of Vinsaule, the world of the dead. ... In Latvian mythology, Zemes mate (mother of the soil) was a fertility goddess who was also identified with Velu mate, the goddess of the dead. ...

Levantine mythology

In Ugaritic Mot Death (spelled mt) is personified as a god of death. ...

Lunda mythology

The Kalungas are descendents of run-away slaves who lived in remote settlements in northeastern Goiás state, Brazil. ...

Maya mythology

This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... In Maya mythology Xibalba (IPA: ), roughly translated as Place of fear,[1] is the name of the underworld, ruled by Mayan spirits of disease and death. ...

Melanesian mythology

(includes Fijian mythology) Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ...

In Polynesian mythology (specifically, that of Fiji), Degei is a snake-god. ... In the mythology of Fiji, Ratumaibulu is a god of great importance who presides over agriculture. ... In Polynesian mythology (specifically: Fiji), Samulayo is a god of war and those dead souls who died in battle. ...

Narragansett mythology

The introduction of this article does not provide enough context for readers unfamiliar with the subject. ...

Navaho mythology

  • Estanatelhi

The Navajo are a tribe of Native Americans who live in the southwestern United States. ...

Niquiran mythology

  • Mictanteot

Norse mythology

Norse, Viking or Scandinavian mythology comprises the indigenous pre-Christian religion, beliefs and legends of the Scandinavian peoples, including those who settled on Iceland, where most of the written sources for Norse mythology were assembled. ... In Norse mythology, Garm was a huge dog that guarded Helheim, the land of the dead, living in a cave called Gnipa (Gnipahellir). ... Indy Norse mythology, Hel is the queen of Helheim, the Norse underworld. ... Ran, also referred to as the goddess of the drowned, is the moody and sometimes treacherous goddess of the seas and waters in Norse mythology. ...

Orokolo mythology

  • Kiavari

Persian mythology

The beliefs and practices of the culturally and linguistically related group of ancient peoples who inhabited the Iranian Plateau and its borderlands, as well as areas of Central Asia from the Black Sea to Khotan (modern Ho-tien, China), form Persian mythology. ... Zahak, Zahhak, Zahak-e Tāzi or (Arab Zahak) also knwon as Bivar-Asp, which means [he who has] 10,000 horses in the Pahlavi (middle Persian) language, and Avestan Āži-Dahāk) is a mythical figure of ancient Persia (Iran). ... Doctor Who character, see Peri Brown. ...

Philippine mythology

  • Demonyo

Philippine mythology, and folklore includes a collection of tales and superstitions about magical creatures and entities. ...

Phoenician mythology

Wikipedia does not yet have an article with this exact name. ... Horon dance with authentic Anatolian enstruments // Definition Authentic Pontic dance is characterized by small, quick, precise steps, arm swings, syncopated knee bends, and abrupt pauses. ...

Phrygian mythology

Men (also known as Men Askaelos, Mensis) was a god worshipped in the western interior parts of Anatolia as the savior of poor, ill, defenceless people and as a god who gives health and favor by the mystic power of his symbol the crescent moon. ...

Polynesian mythology

Polynesia (meaning many islands in Greek) is a triangular grouping of Central and South Pacific Ocean island archipelagos settled by seafaring voyagers from the original heartland in Tonga and Samoa. ... In Polynesian mythology (specifically: Tonga), Hikuleo is the god of the underworld, Pulotu. ... In Polynesian mythology, Hina is a goddess of flatulence, mother of Māui, whom she once asked to slow down the sun so days would last longer. ... In Polynesian mythology, Hine-nui-te-Po is a goddess of night and death, and the Queen of the underworld. ... In Polynesian mythology (specifically: Samoa), Tangaroa (or Tagaloa) is the sea god, a son of Rangi and Papa, whom he forcibly separated from each other. ... In Polynesian mythology, Kiho (god) is the supreme god. ... In Hawaiian mythology, Limu is a god of the dead. ... In Polynesian mythology, Makea-Tutara is, with Taranga, the father of Maui. ... In Polynesian mythology, Mahiuki is a ruler of the underworld. ... In Polynesian mythology, Mahu-ike is a fire and earthquake goddess and wife of Auahi-Turoa. ... In Polynesian mythology, Marama is a lunar deity and a goddess of death for the Maori. ... Mauri may refer to: In the Maori language of New Zealand, Mauri means the life force which binds together every branch of Maoridom into one entity. ... In Polynesian mythology, Merau is a goddess of death. ... Milu is also the native name of a Chinese deer. ... Milu is also the native name of a Chinese deer. ... Rimu (Dacrydium cupressinum) is a large evergreen coniferous tree native to the forests of New Zealand. ... In a tradition of the Moriori people of the Chatham Islands, Rohe is the wife of the demi-god Māui. ... In Polynesian mythology (specifically: Maori), Whiro is a lizard-god of the dead and evil. ...

Prussian mythology

In Prussian mythology Picullus, or Pikollos, was the god of Hell and richness. ...

Pueblo mythology

Iyatiku is the corn goddess of the Keresan Puebloes. ...

Roman mythology

A head of Minerva found in the ruins of the Roman baths in Bath Roman mythology, the mythological beliefs of the people of Ancient Rome, can be considered as having two parts. ... Heracles and threatened Cerberus, Attic black-figure neck-amphora, ca. ... In Roman mythology, Dea Tacita (the silent goddess) was a goddess of the dead. ... Dis Pater, or Dispater, was a Roman and Celtic god of the underworld, later subsumed by Pluto or Jupiter. ... In Roman mythology, Acestes (pleasing goat) was son the river Crinisus by a Dardanian woman. ... In Greek mythology and Roman mythology there are three characters known as Aethon According to Ovid (II, 153), one of Helios horses. ... For the French nuclear ballistic missile system, see Hades (missile). ... In Roman mythology, Dea Tacita (the silent goddess) was a goddess of the dead. ... In Roman mythology, Libitina was the goddess of death, corpses and funerals. ... In Roman mythology, Mors is the personification of death and equivalent to the Greek Thanatos. ... Pluto is an alternate name for the Greek god Hades, but was more often used in Roman mythology in their presentation of the god of the underworld. ... Rape of Proserpina, by Luca Giordano Proserpine, 1873-1877, at Tate Gallery, London. ... In Roman mythology, Viduus (divider) was the god who separated the soul and the body after death. ...

Russian mythology

Yaga can refer to: Yajna (Hindu mythology) Baba Yaga (Russian mythology) Yaga (clothing company) This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... In Russian mythology, especially in the Caucasus region, Koschei (Коще́й) is an evil spirit with a terrible appearance, menacing principally young women. ...

Saami mythology

Akka means Sister in Telugu. ...

Salish mythology

The Salish are a linguistic and cultural grouping of First Nations from British Columbia and Washington. ... The Salish are a linguistic and cultural grouping of First Nations originally from British Columbia, Canada and Washington, USA. The creator god of the Salish is Amotken, a kind, elderly man who lives alone in heaven. ...

Siberian mythology

  • Chebeldei
  • Kul

The word Kul has several meanings: Kul Tigin was a Turkic leader in early Middle Ages KUL is also an abbreviation of Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski in Lublin, Poland KUL is also an abbreviation of Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Leuven, Belgium This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which...

Slavic mythology

Slavic mythology and Slavic paganism evolved over more than 3,000 years. ... Crnobog (The Black God) or Pya is the god of night and darkness in Slavic mythology, and the waning year in opposition to Belobog, the White God of the waxing year. ... Flins is the god of death in Wendish mythology. ... Marzana, Murava or Morena is the Slavic goddess of witchcraft, death and winter. ...

Sumerian mythology

Chaldean mythology is the collective name given to Sumerian, Assyrian and Babylonian mythologies, although Chaldea did not comprehend the whole territory inhabited by those peoples. ... In Sumerian mythology the edimmu or ekimmu were a type of utukku. ... In Sumerian mythology the edimmu or ekimmu were a type of utukku. ... Enmesarra in Sumerian and Akkadian mythology is an underworld god of the law. ... Introduction In Sumerian and Akkadian (Babylonian and Assyrian) mythology, Ereshkigal, wife of Nergal, was the goddess of Irkalla, the land of the dead. ... Gidim are the Sumerian equivalent of ghosts; they were the spirits of dead people living in the Underworld. ... Gula was a Babylonian goddess, the consort of Ninib. ... Irkalla - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia /**/ @import /skins-1. ... In Sumerian mythology, KUR (Primeval Snake and Dragon) was a monstrous dragon with scaly body and massive wings. ... In Sumerian, Assyrian and Babylonian mythology Namtar was a hellish deity, god of death, and the messenger of An, Ereshkigal and Nergal; he was considered responsible for diseases and pests, because it was said that he commanded sixty diseases in the form of demons that could penetrate different parts of... The name Nergal (or Nirgal, Nirgali) refers to a deity in Babylonia with the main seat of his cult at Cuthah represented by the mound of Tell-Ibrahim. ... This is a list of sentient races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. ... Ninlil, first called Sud, is the daughter of Nammu and An in Sumerian mythology. ... In the Epic of Gilgamesh, Utnapishtim (also known as the Sumerian character Ziusudra) is the wise king of the Sumerian city state of Shuruppak who, along with his wife, whose name was not mentioned in the story, survived a great flood sent by Enlil to drown every living thing on...

Syrian mythology

In north Semitic mythology, Resheph was a god of plague and war. ...

Tamil mythology

The Tamil people, who live mostly in the southern part of India called Tamil Nadu, possess a religious and mythological tradition that is a particularly interesting mix of ancient pre-Hindu Dravidian–Indus Valley (see Dravidians, Indus Valley Mythology) elements and Vedic (see Vedic entries) and orthodox Hindu aspects of... For the filename extension .cur, see ICO (icon image file format). ...

Vodun

The term Voodoo (Vodun in Benin; also Vodou or other phonetically equivalent spellings in Haiti; Vudu in the Dominican Republic) is applied to the branches of a West African ancestor-based religious tradition with primary roots among the Fon-Ewe peoples of West Africa, in the country now known as... In Vodun, Baron Cimetière (Baron Cemetery) is one of the Guédé, a spirit of the dead, along with Baron Samedi and Baron La Croix. ... In Vodun, Baron La Croix (Baron of the Cross) was one of the Guédé, a spirit of the dead, along with Baron Samedi and Baron Cimetière. ... Depiction of Baron Samedi Veve of Baron Samedi In Vodun or voodoo, Baron Samedi (Baron Saturday, also Baron Samdi, Bawon Samedi, or Bawon Sanmdi) is one of the aspects of Baron, one of the loa. ... In Haitian Vodun, the Guédé (also spelled Gede or Ghede) are the family of spirits that embody the powers of death and fertility. ... Veve for Maman Brigitte In Vodun, Maman Brigitte (Grann Brigitte, Manman, Manman Brigit, Manman Brijit) is a death loa, the wife of Baron Samedi. ... In Vodun, Marassa Jumeaux are a pair of dead twins, now ghosts. ...

Wagawaga mythology

  • Tumudurere

Yoruba mythology

The mythology of the Yorùbá is sometimes claimed by its supporters to be one of the worlds oldest widely practised religions. ... In Yoruba mythology, Oya, is the Goddess of the Niger River. ...

Yurak mythology

NGA may refer to: National Gallery of Art National Gallery of Australia National Gardening Association National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency in the U.S. National Golf Association National Governors Association (existing in many countries) National Greyhound Association National Grocers Association National Guardianship Association National Gun Association - A fictional association featured on...

Zuni mythology

  • Uhepono

The Zuni are a Pueblo people located in the southwest of the United States. ...

Fictional underworlds

This has influenced several gothic fiction texts. Heroes in Hell is a series of shared world fantasy books by Janet Morris, C. J. Cherryh, and others set in a fictional afterlife. ... A Shared universe is a literary technique in which several different authors share settings and characters which appear in their respective works of fiction, often referring to events taking place in the other writers stories. ... Bangsian fantasy is the school of fantasy writing that sets the plot wholly or partially in the afterlife. ... Janet Ellen Morris (born May 25, 1946) is a United States author. ... C. J. Cherryh (born September 1, 1942) is the slightly modified working name of United States science fiction and fantasy author Carolyn Janice Cherry, the sister of artist David A. Cherry. ... In C. S. Lewis Chronicles of Narnia fictional series, Rilian (2325-?) is the son of King Caspian and the daughter of Ramandu the star. ... The Silver Chair is part of The Chronicles of Narnia, a series of seven fantasy novels written by C.S. Lewis. ... Clive Staples Lewis (29 November 1898 – 22 November 1963), commonly referred to as C. S. Lewis, was an Irish author and scholar. ... “Narnia” redirects here. ... Underland is the name for all the land under Narnia. ... In Dungeons & Dragons and some similar role-playing games, alignment is a categorisation of the moral and ethical perspective of the player characters, non-player characters, monsters, and societies in the game. ... In Dungeons & Dragons, the fantasy role-playing game, an Outer Plane is one of a number of general types of planes of existence. ... “D&D” redirects here. ... This article is about games in which one plays the role of a character. ... Disgaea: Hour of Darkness (魔界戦記 ディスガイア; Makai Senki Disgaea, lit. ... Super Paper Mario ) is a platform/role-playing video game developed by Intelligent Systems, a division of Nintendo. ... Guild Wars Prophecies, initially known simply as Guild Wars, is the first campaign of the Guild Wars series of computer games released in April 2005 by ArenaNet, a subsidiary of Korean game publisher NCSoft. ... This article is for the Guild Wars series. ... For other uses, see Mortal Kombat. ... The Netherrealm is a fictional world found in the Mortal Kombat universe. ... For other uses, see Doctor Who (disambiguation). ... Jason returns with the golden Fleece on an Apulian red-figure calyx krater, ca. ...

  • Karzahni, where poor Matoran workers were sent before Mata Nui's coming in the Bionicle mythos.
  • In the television series Charmed, The Underworld was the residence of evil beings.
  • From Star Trek, Gre'thor and Fek'lhr appear in Klingon mythology.
  • In the television series Power Rangers: Mystic Force, the antagonists reside in a world which appears to be quite literally under the surface of the earth. Nevertheless, several ghoulish characters —such as Vampires, Werewolves, Zombies, Mummies and even someone very similar to Frankenstein's monster — act as primary residents (this version of the Underworld is more similar to Hades or Hell).
  • Underworld (2003 film), directed by Len Wiseman and starring Kate Beckinsale about a war between vampires and werewolves. There was also a sequel - Underworld: Evolution (2006).

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