Childbirth Deities

The table below lists Deities, Spirits and other Higher Powers who can be sought out for help with the various aspects childbirth as well as midwives.

As always, before working with any of them, do some research to become familiar with all of their facets, lest you be caught off guard by their ways.  Each Higher Power is unique in they way they approach a situation – some may be very straightforward, others brutal, and others gentle.  If you are unsure who to pick, you should instead begin with a spell written by someone else, or do a lot more research.  Do not rush into any magical work.  Take your time and understand your actions, and their potential consequences, fully before proceeding. Childbirth Deities Childbirth Deities

NameMythosDescription
AphroditeGreekGoddess
Artemis GreekGoddess
IlythiaGreekGoddess
DianaRomanGoddess
EgeriaRomanGoddess
JunoRomanGoddess
CarmentaRomanGoddess of Midwives
Belit-IlliAssyrianGoddess
BesEgyptianGod
HeketEgyptianGoddess
MeskhentEgyptianGoddess
TaurentEgyptianGoddess
NutpeEgyptianGoddess
UbastiEgyptianGoddess / guardian of pregnant women)
ArianrhodWelsh CelticGoddess
DruantiaBritish / Druid / CelticGoddess
The Pina LangalangaoYami Tribe of Irala Island (SE of Taiwan)Dual Goddesses who preside over birth and life.
HaumeaHawaiianGoddess of procreation and childbirth
AkhushtalMayanGoddess
AcuecucyoticihuatiAztecGoddess, Patroness of Women in Labor

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