Siberian Mythology

Ajy

Ajy

Ajy In Siberian mythology, a term meaning creator, birth-giving, life-giving, or nourishing. It is often used in conjunction with the ...
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Ajyset

Ajyset

Ajyset (Ajysyt) (birth giver) In Siberian mythology, mother goddess worshipped by the Yakut, a Turkish people living near the Lena ...
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Ajysit

Ajysit

Ajysit Milk Lake Mother; Birthgiving Mistress Origin: Yakut (Siberia) Ajysit is a goddess of laughter, fate, fertility, and childbirth. She ...
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K’daai Maqsin

K’daai Maqsin

K’daai Maqsin Origin: Yakut (Siberia) K’daai Maqsin is the primordial blacksmith; the very first smith according to Yakut cosmology. He ...
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Pajana

Pajana

Pajana In Siberian mythology, a creator god of the Black Tartars. Pajana formed creatures from the earth, but seeing that ...
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Solbon

Solbon

Solbon (Sulbundu, Tscholbon) In Siberian mythology, god of horses, worshipped by the Buriat; he rides through the sky with a ...
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Tengri

Tengri

Tengri (Tangara, Tengeri, Tura) (god, heaven) In Siberian mythology, the sky god and a general term for God among the ...
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Torongoi and Edji

Torongoi and Edji

Torongoi and Edji In Siberian mythology, the first man and woman. Both Torongoi and Edji were created with fur on ...
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Ulgen

Ulgen

Ulgen (rich?) In Siberian mythology, a creator god. Various myths are told of Ulgen’s role in creation. According to the ...
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World Surveyor Man

World Surveyor Man

World Surveyor Man The Gander Prince; Gander Chief; Golden Prince World Surveyor Man is the spirit hero of Siberia’s Finno-Ugric ...
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