Mot - God of Death. - Canaanite God. Mot is a God of Death who lives in the city of Mirey and has a pit as his throne.
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Mot - God of Death. - Canaanite God

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Mot - God of Death.

Mot is a God of Death, who lives in the city of Mirey and has a pit as his throne. He is killed by the Warrior Goddess Anat, who cleaves him with her sword, burns him in a fire, grinds him between mill-stones and throws what remains on the field for the birds to devour. But after seven years he returns, seeking vengeance.

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Area of Influence:
Death

Canaanite

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Canaanite - Gods and Goddesses

NameTitleType

Anat

Virgin Goddess of war and strife.

Goddess

Asherah

Mother Goddess.

Goddess

Astarte

Fertility Goddess.

Goddess

Attar

God of the morning star.

God

Kotharat

Goddesses of marriage and pregnancy.

Goddess

Kothar-wa-Khasis

God of Smiths.

God

Moloch

God of Fire.

God

Mot

God of Death.

God

Nikkal

Goddess of orchards and fruit.

Goddess

Qetesh

Fertility Goddess of sacred ecstasy.

Goddess

Shapash

Goddess of the sun.

Goddess

Bibliography

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  • The Witches Goddess - Janet and Stewart Farrar
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  • The Greek Myths - Robert Graves
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  • 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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