Bahloo - Moon God - Australian God. Bahloo is a Moon God.
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Bahloo - Moon God - Australian God

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Bahloo - Moon God

Bahloo is a Moon God. It is said that the Sun Goddess, Yhi, courted him, but he refused her advances. The myth says that this is why the sun chased the moon across the sky. He keeps three deadly snakes as pets.

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Area of Influence:
Moon

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Australian - Gods and Goddesses

NameTitleType

Bahloo

Moon God

God

Baiame

Creator God and Sky Father.

God

Daramulum

Sky god and protector of shamans.

God

Dirawong

Creator God.

God

Gnowee

Solar Goddess.

Goddess

Julunggul

Rainbow Snake Goddess of fertility.

Goddess

Karora

God of Creation.

God

Wagyl

God of Rivers.

God

Bibliography

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  • The Witches Goddess - Janet and Stewart Farrar
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  • Celtic Goddesses - Miranda Green
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  • The Greek Myths - Robert Graves
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  • The Mythology of all Races - Vol 1-12 - Louis H Gray
  • The Ancient Gods Speak - Edited by Donald B Redford
  • The Pyramid Texts - Faulkner
  • Aradia, Gospel of the Witches - Charles G. Leland
  • Myths of the Norsemen From the Eddas and Sagas - H. A. Guerber
  • The Theogony of Hesiod - translated by Hugh G. Evelyn-White 1914
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  • Wikipedia

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