Italian Gods and Goddesses

Anteros
Italian-Roman god of love and passion. He was, specifically, the god of mutual love and would punish those who did not return love.

Aradia
Italian witch goddess. She came to earth to teach her mother Diana's magic. Symbolizes the air element, the moon.

Astraea
Italian goddess of truth and justice. Also known as Astria.

Carmen
Italian goddess of spellcasting and enchantments.

Cel
Italian god of death and the underworld.

Comus
Italian god of revelry, drinking, and feasting.

Copia
Italian goddess of wealth plenty.

Corvus
Italian messenger god.

Fauna
Italian goddess of the earth, wildlife, forests, and fertility. Symbolizes prosperity as well.

Faunus
Roman and Italian god of woodlands. Symbolizes love. Also known as Pan (Greek).

Frebruus
Italian god of purification, initiation, and of the dead.

Fortuna
Italian goddess of fortune, fate, destiny, blessings, luck, and fertility. Often invoked when one wants to receive money by chance, like in a lottery or contest.

Jana
Italian goddess of the moon.

Jove
Italian-Roman sky god.

Lethns
Italian earth and nature deity. Invoke during sky, water, or element of earth, or for divination.

Lucifer
Italian god of sun and light. Brother and soul mate of Diana, father of Aradia.

Lucina
Italian goddess of childbirth.

Lupercus
Italian god of agriculture, wolf-god.

Marica
Italian goddess of agriculture.

Nox
Italian goddess of the night.

Pertunda
Italian goddess of sexual love.

Umbria
Italian goddess of shadows and things which are hidden or secret.

Uni
Italian goddess of witchcraft.

Vertumnus
Roman-Italian god of fruits.

Virbius
Italian god of outlaws and outcasts; the guardian of sanctuaries.

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