Abzu - Babylonian king of the abyss of fresh water, husband of Tiamat
Adi Budhnya - Indian serpent god, the virtuality of fire
Agni - Indian serpent god, literally the 'furious serpent', the manifested divine fire
Aguna - Solomon Islands serpent mother goddess
Aido-Hwedo - African serpent god of Fon tribe, who assisted Mawu-Lisa (or Nana-Buluku) in creating the world; lives in ocean to balance the world and consumes iron, when it runs out of iron to eat, its writhings will cause the world to tilt
Aker - Egyptian Dragon representing the earth, who bound the coils of Apophis
Am-Mut - Egyptian serpent god, called the eater of souls
Amphisbaena - an African dragon with two heads, one on its tail
Amphitere - a plumed flying serpent, which knows all the secrets of the world except one
Ananda Lahari - a Naga, the eleven-headed wave of bliss upon which the gods are carried into eternity
Ananta - literally, 'endless', Buddhist Naga with 1000 heads, whose coils encircle the world axis; the cosmic ocean, also called Sesha; he spits out venomous fire at the end of each Kalpa (age) to help Shiva in destroying the creation
Ankh-neteru - Egyptian serpent god through whose body the Boat of Afu Ra is pulled by twelve amikhiu gods, entering the tail and exiting the mouth, which results in Afu Ra being transformed into Khepera, now towed into the sky by twelve goddesses
Anyiewo - African rainbow serpent of the Ewe tribe
Apep (Apepi) - Egyptian primordial serpent who lived in the celestial Nile (Milky Way)
Apophis - Greek form of Apep
Apsu - Babylonian serpent god of fresh water abyss
Atum - Egyptian creator of the Eldest gods, who will become a new serpent when the world returns to its original chaos
Azhi Dahaka - Persian great sky serpent, creator of planets

Basilisk - (Greek - king) Phoenician serpent god, whose glance caused death
Baxia - one of the nine sons of the dragon in China, a strong swimmer
Bixi - one of the nine sons of the dragon in China, an excellent pack animal
Bobbi-Bobbi - Australian rainbow serpent

Cecrops - Greek founder of civilization, half-human, half-serpent
Chalchiuhticue - Incan serpent mother goddess
Chiao - Chinese marsh serpent
Chien Lung - Chinese great dragon
Chih - Chinese serpent god of the north
Chiminigagua - Columbian creator serpent god of the Chibcha tribe, lives in lake of serpents
Chiwen - one of the nine sons of the dragon in China, a seer
Cien-Tang - Chinese serpent god in charge of all river serpent spirits, blood red with a 900 feet fiery mane
Cipactli - Mayan serpent god, ruler of crocodiles
Coatlicue - Aztec earth serpent goddess, mother of all living
Cockatrice - Hebrew Basilisk

Colchis - the Greek Dragon who guarded the Golden Fleece
Da - Another name for Danh
Daemon - Greek spirit guardians of every god and important human, took the form of a serpent
Damballa - Voodoo serpent god, his 7000 coils formed the earth and the heavens
Damkina - Babylonian serpent queen, mother of Marduk, wife of Ea
Danh - African serpent rainbow god of the Fon tribe, circles the world and orders the cosmos, both male and female; it has 3500 coils above the earth and 3500 coils beneath the earth; called Da in action and Mawu-Lisa in thought.
Degei - Fiji supreme serpent god, originally lived alone with the hawk Turukawa, which gave birht to humans who were raised by Degei
Denwen - Egyptian Dragon, a fiery serpent who's fire would have destroyed the gods, but was stopped by the king
Dewi - Welsh giant red serpent spirit
Dhakhan - Australian rainbow serpent
Dionysos - Greek god wine, born in the form of a serpent
Draco - Greek heavenly divine serpent, a pet of Zeus
Dzyu - Tibetan serpent power of creation

Ea - Babylonian serpent king, father of Marduk, husband of Damkina

Fafnir - German serpent, the great worm with magickal powers
Fu-ts'ang Lung - Chinese Underworld serpent, guards earthly treasures
Fuku Riu - Japanese serpent of good fortune
Fuxi - half human half serpent father of mankind

Galeru - Australian rainbow serpent
Gargouille - French serpent that caused floods by vomiting water from its mouth
Giao Long - Vietnamese serpent gods, immortal and became dragons after 1000 years
Goorialla - Australian rainbow serpent
Gorgon - Greek Basilisk (e.g. - Medusa)
Gucumatz - Qiche Mayan serpent god who brought civilization

Haoxian - one of the nine sons of the dragon in China
Hedammu - serpent who was Ishtar's divine servant
Herren-Suge - Basque serpent god with seven heads
Huitzilopotchili - form of Quetzalcoatl
Hunab Ku _ Mayan god of gods, a great sky serpent

Hydra - Greek nine-headed serpent, could regrow its heads

Iara - Brazilian serpent goddess, mother of the waters, also called mboicu (great serpent)
Illuyankas - Hittite serpent god
Indra - Indian serpent god, imported to Turkey, Iraq and Syria by the Hurrians; he defeated the world serpent to release the power of the seven streams

Jawzahr - an Islamic Dragon responsible for eclipses and comets
Jiaotu - one of the nine sons of the dragon in China
Jormungand - Norse divine serpent, son of loki, world serpent
Julungul - Australian rainbow serpent

Ka-Riu - Japanese fire serpent
Kahasusibware - Solomon Islands serpent god
Kakuru - Australian rainbow serpent
Kalseru - Australian rainbow serpent
Koevasi - Melanesian serpent goddess
Kouteign Kooru - African serpent god, literally 'master of the waters'
Kua Shih - Chinese wingless serpent god
Kulkulcan - Mayan serpent god
Kundalini - the human Naga spirit normally asleep at the base of the spine
Kung Kung - Chinese serpent god with nine heads, god of wisdom

Labna - Mayan serpent god
Ladon - Greek guardian serpent of the Tree of Golden Apples in the Hesperides, taken from Sumerian or Akkadian sources
Langal - Australian rainbow serpent
Lebe - the serpent lord of the Dogan tribe, first of the living dead
Leviathan - Hebrew primeval sea serpent, symbol of chaos
Lindworms - German serpent spirits inhabiting bodies of water
Lotan - Canaanite seven-headed serpent
Lough Derg Monster - a giant water serpent confined to the bottom of Lough Derg by St. Patrick
Lu - Tibetan Naga
Luagal - Samoan serpent god of the sea
Lung - the basic Chinese dragon
Lung Wang - the four dragon kings of China: Ao Ch'in, Ao Jun, Ao Kuang, Ao Shun

Mae - New Hebrides serpent spirits
Magoraga - Buddhist serpent god
Makara - an Indina Dragon in the form of a crocodile
Marcupo - Philippine serpent god
Marduk - Babylonian serpent god who killed his grandmother Tiamat and established a new order of gods
Mawu-Lisa - another name for Danh
Mboi-Tu'I - Paraguyan divine serpent parrot of the Guarani tribe
Midgard Serpent - Norse serpent upon which the world tree rests, killed by Thor before it could grow so powerful it would rule the gods
Mixcoatl - Aztec serpent god of clouds, brought rain by having sex with goddess Coatlicue
Mo'o - Hawaiian serpent god
Moma - African serpent goddess in central Africa
Muchalinda - a many headed Indian Naga, guardian of the Tree of Enlightenment who wrapped itself seven times around the Buddha to protect him
Muit - Australian rainbow serpent

Mushussu - a Dragon created by Tiamat to oppose Marduk, who tamed it and made it a guardian

Naga (Nagini - fem) - Indian serpent lord, son of Kadru, daughter of Daksha, a title of spiritual power among humans; literally, Sanscrit for 'serpent'; the Naga spirits bring rain and rules the Underworld; their language is called Naga-Krita; the Nagas are manifestations of Agni (fire), the fierce spirit as spirit guardians; divided into four classes: heavenly, divine, earthly or hidden
Naga Bushana - Nagas representing the energy of death
Naga Kanya - a five or nine headed Naga, a counterpart of the god Vishnu
Nagual - Mexican serpent spirit guardian
Ndengel - another name for Degei
Neheb-Kau - Egyptian serpent with human arms and legs, a servant of Ra, the great serpent under world and upon which the world rests
Ningizzida - another name for Zu
Nidhogg - Norse serpent at base of world tree, devours bones of fallen humanity
Nu Kua - Chinese serpent goddess formed the first people

Oniont - Amerindian horned serpent, lived under water, healed the sick
Ophion - Greek Titan, literally 'serpent'
Ophis - Gnostic power of the Spirit, lured into manifestation and trapped there, then sent a second time to release the trapped serpent-spirits (serpent in Garden of Eden, who taught man way of redemption)
Ouroboros - Viking great serpent who circles the world

Papophis - another name of Tiamat
Pulao - one of the nine sons of the dragon in China
Python - Greek father serpent of the world, lived at center of earth, slain by Apollo

Qiuniu - one of the nine sons of the dragon in China
Quetzalcoatl - Aztec serpent god, the feathered serpent

Rainbow Serpent - Australian aborigines' mother and creator of all life on earth, from whose body the earth and heavens were created; shamans gain their power by being ritually consumed by the great Serpent and then reborn
Raja Naga - Malaysian serpent king of all sea serpents
Ratu-Mai-Mbula - Fiji serpent god who rules the dead
Ri-Riu - Japanese serpent that sees all
Riiti - Gilbert Islands serpent god who ruled the dead
Ruki - New Guinea serpent god of the sea

Satan - Hebrew distortion of Egyptian Set-hen
Seraph - Hebrew burning serpent of spirit, highest of God's angels
Seraphim - plural of Seraph
Sesas - Javanese Nagas
Sesha (Shesha, Adi Shesha) - Indian king of the Nagas, with 1000 heads
Seth-heh - Egyptian eternal Seth who opposes the Boat of Ra on its journey
Shen-Lung - Chinese spiritual serpent, controls wind and rain
Simbu - Voodoo snake god of darkness
Sirae - three-headed blue serpents that steal your years, from a dream
Smaug - a crafty English dragon, lit: "a penetrating, inquiring and burrowing worm"
Suanmi - one of the nine sons of the dragon in China
Sucellos - Celtic underworld serpent
Susa-No-Wo - Japanese serpent god

Te Tuna - Gilbert Islands serpent god, whose head became the first coconut tree
Teth - a letter of the Hebrew alphabet, lit. 'serpent' = the lust for life which drives the Wheel of Birth and therefore gives rise to death
Tezcatlipoca - form of Quetzalcoatl
Tiamat - Babylonian serpent goddess of salt water abyss; also called Papophis, from whose body were created the sky and the earth
Ti-Ling - Chinese earth serpent, controls rivers
Tien-Lung - Chinese celestial serpent, protects the gods
Tlactoc - Mayan serpent god
Tu-Te-Wehiwehi - Maori serpent god
Typhon - Egyptian serpent lord
Typhon - Greek son of Gaea and Tartarus, father of Cerberus, Hydra, Chimera and Nemean Lion

Ungud - Australian rainbow serpent
Ungur - Australian rainbow serpent
Ulanji - Australian rainbow serpent
Uraeus - Egyptian serpent fire that crawls up the tree of life

Vaskul - Indian Naga god of Mt. Kailasha, home of Shiva
Viracocha - Incan serpent god

Vrita - Indian Dragon who caused a drought by holding water in its body, until slain by Indra, starting the monsoon
Wadjet - Egyptian serpent guardian sent by Osiris to protect Pharoah and control the Nile, also called Buto or Vazit Wonungur - Australian rainbow serpent
Worombi - Australian rainbow serpent
Wullunqua - Australian rainbow serpent
Wunekan - New Guinea serpent god

Xiuhcoatl - Mayan serpent god of fire
Xiuhtecuhtli - greatest god of the Aztecs, one of whose forms was a fire serpent

Yazi - one of the nine sons of the dragon in China
Ying Lung - Chinese serpent of justice
Youalcoatl - Mayan serpent storm god
Yowie - Australian dragon with six legs that lives in deep caves and comes out as dusk
Yurlunggur - Australian rainbow serpent, also the Didjeridu used to call the serpent

Zaltys - Baltic serpent god, lover of the Sun Goddess Saule
Zu - Sumerian serpent-god of the watery abyss from which life arises and to which it returns; also called Ningizzida


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