Godsd & Goddesses

Akea: First hawaiian king that created a kingdom in the afterlife

Akua: Creator Gods

Apukohai: Shark God of Kauai

Aumakua: Personal God

Ha'iaka: Sister of Pele

Haulili: God of speech

Haumea: Daughter of Papa, mother of Pele and Hi'aika. Considered a very wise and brave woman

Hiaka: Mountain God on Kauai

Hi'aika: Spirit of fertility, sorcery and dance

Hinakuluiau: Goddess of rain

I'o: Unmanifest infinite source of creation

Kalaipahoa: Goddess who harms trees

Kaluannuunohonionio: God of a temple's sacrificial house

Kamapua: Hog God

Kamohoali'i: Keeper of the water of life

Kanaloa: God of the ocean

Kane: The Creator; Son of Io; Primordial lord of the sun; God of forests and trees

Kane-hekili: Spirit of Thunder

Kaonohiokala: The dead chiefs are brought before him in the eyeball of the sun

Kapo and Laka: Pele's sisters; Two personalities of the same spirit. One spirit is the aspect of fertility and sorcery while the other is the aspect of Dance

Ka-poho-i-kahli-ola: Spirit of explosions

Kapua: Divine tricksters

Kaukahi: Flaming cross of light

Ke-ua-ake-po: Spirit of rain and fire

Ke-o-ahi-kama-kaua: Spirit of lava fountains

Kiha: Goddess of Maui

Ki'i: Creator God; he first created man

Koleamoku: God of healing; Patron of the Kahunas

Ku: Architect and maker of war. One of the ancestral gods of the earth and heaven, he shares control over the bounty of the earth and the generation of mankind. He is associated with prisoners and sacrifice. He represents the East, or the rising sun

Kuahairo: Messenger of Kaonohiokala

Kuahana: God who kills men

Kupua: Hawaiian Demigods

Kuula: God of fisherman. Husband of Hina

Laamaomao: God of winds. He lives in the land of Molokai

Laka: Goddess of song and dance

Lakakane: God of the hula

Lie: Goddess of the mountains

Lono: God of peace, prosperity, wind and rain

Lonomakua: Keeper of the sacred fire sticks

Mahulu: Name of the gods in Lono's temple

Mana: Pervades space equally and is in every living thing, it gives all living creatures the power to live and be alive

Manua: Supreme sovereign of Po, the spirits and chiefs reside within him

Maui: Time Shifter

Menehune: Good Faeries

Milu: Succeeded Akea

Moaalii: Shark God of Molokai and Oahu

Mokualii: God of canoe makers

Mooaleo: Gnome who resides on Lanai

Olopue: God on Maui that bought the dead chiefs to Kaonohiokala

Ouli: God who could kill people if he was prayed to do so

Papa: Guardian of the spirit realm; keeper of the sacred mysteries of divine magnetism. Represents the wise woman

Pele: Goddess of the volcano (fire). She had five brothers and eight sisters who she delegated duties to;

Kamooalii: God of steam; King Moho

Keuakepo: God of rain and fire

Hiiakawawahilani: The cloud holder

Keoahikamakaua: The child of war

Po: Realm of the Death; The Darkness

Poliahu: Goddess of snowy Mauna Kea; Rival to Pele

Puea: A god worshipped in darkness

Ukanipo: Shark God of Hawaii

Ulaulekeahi: God of distillers

Uli: God of sorcerers

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