There are many different gods of rain in different religions: Contents. [hide]. 1 Mesoamerica; 2 Hawaiian mythology; 3 Hindu mythology; 4 Lithuanian mythology; 5 Slavic mythology; 6 African mythology.
Jan 15, 2014 ... Godchecker guide to LEZA (also known as Lela): Tired old Weather God. Leza is the African God of Rain and comes from the mythology of ...
Jan 21, 2014 ... Godchecker guide to CHIUTA: All-Powerful Creator and Rain God. Chiuta is the African God of Rain and comes from the mythology of Africa.
The mythology of the Lovedu people of South Africa includes a series of deities known as Mujaji. They are rain queens who send drought to their enemies but ...
The Gods and Goddesses of Africa. Most African cultures, if not all, believe in a Supreme Creator in one form or another. ... Description: Creator God, Rain God.
Mar 29, 2012 ... Mujaji is an African rain Goddess who exudes gently with fertility, or fiercely with cleansing, ... Stella. Goddesses and Gods, “Goddess Mujaji“.
Apr 17, 1986 ... Bessie Head's “Looking for a Rain God” tells the story of a family of African villagers who make their living by farming the scrubby land known ...
There are many different gods of rain in different religions: ... African mythology. Dinka mythology. Achek, wife of ... Kalden; Lumo, sky goddess of rain and mist ...
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