Goddess Atai  

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ATAI is the Efik Goddess of creation and death. The Efik of Nigeria say that Atai and her husband Abassi, God of creation and the sky, created the first man and woman. Abassi wanted to keep them in the sky with him so that he could better control them, fearing that they would become stronger or wiser than him. Atai convinced him to let them settle on the earth, under the conditions that they would not work or mate. Abassi agreed, and the man and woman went to live on the earth. Each day, they returned to the heavens to eat with Abassi so he could check up on them.

Eventually, the woman discovered that she could grow food for her and the man by herself, and began to work in the fields. After the man had joined her in the field, they also discovered sex and began to have children. When Abassi called them to come and eat, they would not come and Abassi turned on Atai and blamed her for convincing him to let them go. Atai told Abassi that she would resolve the situation, and she sent death and discord to the earth. The first man and woman died immediately, and their children were doomed to have discord walk among them for all their days, until they too died.

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Apedemak  

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Apedemak, alt Apademak, was a lion-headed warrior god worshiped in Nubia by Meroitic peoples. A number of Meroitic temples dedicated to Apedemak are known from the Butana region: Naqa, Meroe, and Musawwarat es-Sufra, which seems to be his chief cult place. In the temple of Naqa built by the rulers of Meroe he was depicted as a three-headed leonine god with four arms, but he is also depicted as a single-headed leonine deity. Apedemak played little role in Egyptian religion, being a product of the Meroitic culture.

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Goddess Nugua  

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THERE WAS ONCE A GODDESS WHO WAS HALT HUMAN AND HALF SNAKE; OTHER SAY SHE WAS HALF DRAGON. SHE HAD THE ABILITY TO CHANGE SHAPE AND COULD DO SO MANY TIMES A DAY. "NUGUA", THE CHINESE MOTHER GODDESS, HAS A WOMAN'S UPPER BODY BUT A DRAGON'S TAIL. SHE INVENTED THE WHISTLE, THE ART OF IRRIGATION, THE INSTITUTION OF MARRIAGE, AND ACCORDING TO CHINESE MYTHOLOGY, "NAGUA "WAS THE FIRST DEITY TO LIVE ON THE EARTH, BUT SHE WAS LONELY AND YEARNED FOR THE COMPANY OF BEINGS LIKE HERSELF WITH WHO SHE COULD TALK AND LAUGH. SO SHE CREATED THE FIRST PEOPLE FROM YELLOW MUD, CAREFULLY CRAFTING THEM WITH HER OWN HANDS.

"NAGUA" IS CELEBRATED AS THE CO-FOUNDER OF CHINESE CULTURE, ESPECIALLY OF ORACLES AND WRITING.

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Goddess Macha  

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MACHA (pronounced MOCK-uh) is the Irish goddess of war. Along with her sisters Badb and Anu, she forms the triple Goddess known as the Morrigan. All three could take the form of crows or ravens, and would fly over battlefields, choosing who would die and who would live. They would then take the souls of the deceased in their black wings, flying them off to the Otherworld.

Macha, Badb, and Anu are the daughters of Ernmas, an Irish mother Goddess, and Delbaeth, High King of Ireland. They are also the sisters of another triplicity of Goddesses: Banba, Eriu, and Fodla, Goddesses of Irish sovereignty. Where the latter three Goddesses embodied the sovereignty of Ireland, the former three protected it, through war but also through life. There are actually three Irish mythological figures named Macha, and only one is warlike: MACHA MONG RUADH (Macha of the red hair), who fought to become queen after her father the king had died. Another Macha, the wife of Nemed, who led the Nemedians into Ireland, died shortly after their arrival, but not before prophesying the arrival of the third Macha. This third Macha appeared one day at the home of a widowed farmer and became his wife, and he soon became very prosperous. When he wanted to attend the Assembly of Ulster, Macha did not want him to go, but relented on the condition that he not mention her name. Unfortunately, the farmer boasted to the King of Ulster that his wife was faster than the king's horses, and she was dragged to Ulster to race against the horses. Macha was heavily pregnant with twins at the time, but she still managed to beat the horses. After crossing the finish line, she went into labor, delivered the twins, and then died. As her dying words, she cursed the men of Ulster, saying that in the time of their greatest difficulty, they too would suffer the pains of labor and childbirth.

Macha's name, which means "plain" (as in flat land), resounds throughout Irish mythology and history. The first Macha, wife of Nemed, was buried at Ard Macha (hill of Macha), now known as Armagh. The place where the third Macha gave birth became the capital of Ulster, Emain Macha (Macha's twins). The hero Cuchulainn is given a horse by Anu named Liath Macha (gray of Macha).

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