Anhangá X Tupã, por Natalie Duarte Minha interpretação da primeira batalha entre Anhangá e Tupã, os deuses mais poderosos da mitologia brasileira. Tupã, o deus do trovão, venceu a batalha e mandou Anhangá para o submundo. x————-x Anhangá X Tupã, by Natalie Duarte My depiction of the first battle between Anhangá and Tupã, the most powerful gods in brazilian mythology. Tupã, the god of thunder, won the battle and sent Anhangá to the underworld.
Raijin. He is the God of Thunder and Lightning in Japanese mythology. He is also my favorite God in Japanese mythology because lightning is my favorite element. Zeus has lightning too but he is extremely lame.
Mesopotamian Gods: Ningal - God of reeds. Saja - God of messengers. Aqhat - God of storms. Marduck - The chief god. Ba'al - God of the rain, thunder, fertility and agriculture, and the lord of Heaven. Anu - The sky god and god of the heavens. Dagon - God of fertility. Tammuz - God of food and vegetation. Inanna - Goddess of love, fertility, and warfare. Ereshkigal - The goddess of Irkalla, the land of the dead or underworld. Nergal - God of destruction.