In Greek mythology, Dolos or Dolus (Ancient Greek: Δόλος "Deception") is the spirit of trickery. His female counterpart is Apate, who is the goddess of fraud and deception. His Roman equivalent is Mendacius. There are even some stories of Dolos tricking gods into lies.
However, often these trickster gods have a purpose behind their trouble-making plans!of 09. Anansi (West Africa) of 09. Elegua (Yoruba) of 09. Eris (Greek) of 09. Kokopelli (Hopi) of 09. Laverna (Roman) of 09. Loki (Norse) of 09. Lugh (Celtic) of 09. Veles (Slavic)
In Greek mythology, Atë, Até or Aite (/ˈeɪtiː/, Ancient Greek: Ἄτη) was the goddess of mischief, delusion, ruin, and blind folly, rash action and reckless impulse who led men down the path of ruin....AtëAbodeMount Olympus or UnderworldPersonal informationParentsEris or ZeusSiblingsshow by Eris show by Zeus
Lugh is a trickster god within the Celtic mythology and is predominantly seen in Old Irish tales.
Eris (mythology)ErisParentsNyx and Erebusor Zeus and HeraSiblingsshow by Nyx and Erebus show by Zeus and HeraChildrenDysnomia, Ponos, Atë, Lethe, Limos, Algos, Hysminai, Makhai, Phonoi, Androktasiai, Neikea, Amphilogiai, Horkos, Pseudea, LogoiRoman equivalentDiscordia
Lugh (also Lug, Luga) was one of the most important Celtic gods, particularly in Ireland, and he represented the sun and light. Although originating as an all-wise and all-seeing deity, Lugh was later thought of as a historical figure, great warrior, and Irish cultural hero.
Lugh corresponds to the pan-Celtic god Lugus, and his Welsh counterpart is Lleu Llaw Gyffes. He has also been equated with Mercury. Sometimes he is interpreted as a storm god and, less often today, as a sun god.
Seth. Seth was the god of chaos, violence, deserts, and storms. In the Osiris myth, he is the murderer of Osiris (in some versions of the myth, he tricks Osiris into laying down in a coffin and then seals it shut.)
Probably the most famous female trickster figure in world folklore, Kitsune is a type of trickster, rather than one person. They are more commonly known as the "fox fairies" of Japanese folklore. They are almost always female, and deal mostly with seduction and illusions, in all kinds of genius ways.
Lugh was the Celtic god of justice, oathkeeping, and nobility, and a ruler of the Tuatha dé Danann. Regarded as both a savior and a trickster, he was celebrated for his skills in craftsmanship and battle.
From there, Lugh became 'leprechaun', the diminutive fairy-goblin who guards hidden treasure in Irish folklore.
Lugh or Lug (Old Irish: [l̪ˠuɣˠ], Modern Irish: Lú [l̪ˠuː]) is one of the most prominent gods in Irish mythology. A member of the Tuatha Dé Danann, Lugh is portrayed as a warrior, a king, a master craftsman and a savior. He is associated with skill and mastery in multiple disciplines, including the arts.
The selkie – also called the seal people, the sea people or the mermaid – is a marine legend that tells of people who are half fish, and half human. In the water, they are seals, but on land, they shed their skin and take on human form. Selkies are often sighted by those living in remote coastal areas.
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