Middle Eastern Lunar Deities

The table below lists the Roman deities that had an association with the moon.  They can be called upon for rituals, spells, and other magical work relating to Moon Magick.  Middle Eastern Lunar Deities

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.

Al-latArabiaFull Moon Goddess
Al-UzzaArabiaCrescent Moon Goddess
Anahita / Anat Phoenicia, Canaan, Ur, PersiaMoon Goddess
AsheraSemiticMoon Goddess
AstarteBabylonian, Assyrian, PhoenicianMoon Goddess
Ereshkigal Mesopotamia, Babylonia, AssyriaDark Moon Goddess
Hur ChaldeaMoon God
Ishtar / InnanaMesopotamia, Babylonia, Sumerian, Arabia, Phoenicia, CanaanFull Moon Goddess
LilithHebrew, Babylonia, SamariaMoon Goddess
MahPersianMoon God
ManatArabiaDark Moon Goddess
Mari / Mariham / Marratu Syria, Chaldea, PersiaMoon Goddess
Nanna / NinaSumerian, AssyrianMoon Goddess sometimes a God 
SinnMesopotamia, Ur, Assyria, Babylonia, SamariaMoon God
Tanit / TanithPhoenicia, CarthageMoon Goddess
YarikhCanaaniteMoon God

Mesopotamian & Middle Eastern Lunar Deities - Grimoire of Enchantments