By request, I post my research on the ancient gods and goddess of Ancient Earth as known by the different cultures of Earth!!
This is by no means a complete listing!!
Anunnaki, "Those Who From Heaven To Earth Came" (Sumerian);
Anunnagi, "Shining Ones" or "Star Children";
DIN.GIR; "The Righteous Ones of the Blazing Rockets";
Tchatcha; Watchers; (Jewish),
Zophim; Nephilim/Nefilim, "Those who have come down, from the heavens to the Earth" or "those who have fallen"
Anakims; Nifleheim, (Norse);
Jotuns; ILU, (Akkadians) "Lofty Ones" from which the Hebrew biblical El stems.
Ba'al Lords/Anukim, (Canaanites and Phoenicians)
Devas, "Shining Ones" (Aryan, ancient Scythian also "Elf Lords of the Scythians");
Titans, "Sons of Anu" "Spirits of the Stars" (from Sumerian TI.TI.AN) "Sons of Stone";
Fir Bolg' (Scandinavian)
Anunnaki gods and goddesses
At the peak of their presence on Earth the Anunnaki numbered 600 hundred. (12)
Adad: "The Beloved" (12) Adad was depicted riding a bull and holding a forked lightning. (49) See Ishkur
Ahura Mazda: (Presided over the angelic hierarchies in Iranian tradition) See also Jupiter
*Note: There is much more, however, for it is not just the Iranian and Jewish races that cite Kurdistan as the cradle of civilisation. The mythologies of both the Sumerians, who ruled the various Mesopotamian city-states from around 3000 BC onwards, and their eventual conquerors, the Akkadians, placed the homeland of the gods in this exact same region.
The Akkadians originated as a Semitic, or proto-Hebrew, race of uncertain origin, and in their religious literature this heavenly abode is referred to as Kharsag Khurra, the heavenly mountain. Here the gods, also known as the Anannage, lived in a paradisical realm with gardens, orchards, temples and irrigated fields that not only resemble the Seven Heavens described in the Book of Enoch, but is actually referred to on more than one occasion as edin, the Akkadian for `steppe' or `plateau'.
Even further linking Kharsag with the Jewish domain of angels is the knowledge that the Anannage, like the Enochian Watchers, were governed by a council of seven. These undoubtedly equate with the seven archangels of post-exilic Judaism as well as the six so-called Amesha Spentas, or `bounteous spirits', who with the supreme god Ahura Mazda, preside over the angelic hierarchies in Iranian tradition. (29)
Alalgar: (Anunnaki; second commander of Eridu; ruled for 36,000 years. See below photo) (1)
Alalu: The deposed king of Nibiru who escaped to Earth and discovered gold; died on Mars; his image was carved on a rock that was his tomb. (1) Uranus/Caelus (94)
Alexander the Great: (demi-god) In the spring of 331 Alexander made a pilgrimage to the great temple and oracle of Amon-Ra, Egyptian god of the sun. The earlier Egyptian pharaohs were believed to be sons of Amon-Ra; and Alexander, the new ruler of Egypt, wanted the god to acknowledge him as his son. (4) (47)
Amun/Amen: ("The Hidden One") (47) Egyptian name for the exiled god Ra; (1) see Marduk
Amarutu: See Utu?
Apollo: Some say Utu. I believe Apollo was Satu/Set.
Angra Mainyu: (Zoroastrian) The Serpent who led Eve Astray.
See below note
*Note: The Book of Genesis speaks of God establishing a garden `eastwards, in Eden'. Here Adam and Eve became humanity's first parents before their eventual fall from grace through the beguiling of the subtle Serpent of Temptation. Serpents were not only a primary synonym for the Watchers and Nephilim, but the Book of Enoch even states which `Serpent', or Watcher, led our first parents into temptation.
Interestingly enough, the Bundahishn, a holy text of the Zoroastrian faith, cites Angra Mainyu, the Evil Spirit and father of the daevas, as assuming this same role, and like the Watchers he too is described as a serpent with `legs'. (29) (Could this be another name for Ea/Enki?)
Anu/An: (Anunnaki, Nibiru's ruler when the Anunnaki came to Earth, also the planet called Uranus. (1) Varuna, (44) Also the biblical On and Heliopolis (Greek) (47) Saturn/Chronus/Kronos (77) Odin (80)
Anunitu: (Endearment name for the goddess Inanna; see Inanna) (1)
Antu: Sister-spouse of Enlil. Rhea, (Greek)
Anzu: (Anunnaki, spacecraft pilot; first commander of the way station on Mars. (1) Put to death by the Anunnaki death ray for stealing the Tablets of Destiny and for trying to take control of the Earth and Mars. Buried next to Alalu in a tomb on Mars (6)
Aphrodite: (Greek name for Inanna) See Inanna
Artemis: See Nebat
Asar: (demi-god, son of Marduk and human Sarpanit; spouse to his sister Asta/Isis) Osiris (Egyptian) (1) Serapis (Greek) (4) Murdered by his brother Seth/Set. Also been referred to as Baal. (Hittite) (51) Asher (65) Mithras (Persian); Atys (Phrygia); Ammon (Libya); Adonis (Phoenician Byblos) (87), (89) Some say Bacchus. (88) Prince Coh, (Myan); Dionysos (89)
*Note: Therefore Osiris' One or I represented not simply the phallus, but both the tongue and spinal column, and the eight thus represented Isis' womb and vagina. Under the principle that a king isn't a king without a queen, Isis and Osiris are shown together as the figure 18, or 666, the mark of the beast, or the Knossos Axe Head: 8, where the I is horizontal. (70)
Asherah: (Syrian) See Inanna
Asherat: ("of-the-sea") (3) See Inanna
Ashtoreth: (Canaanite) (4) See Inanna
Ashtaroth: (Old Testament in the plural form for Inanna) (4) See Inanna
Asta/Ast: (Anunnaki, wife of Asar/Osiris) Known as Isis (Egyptian) (1) Athena? (51) Also been referred to as Anat, (Hittite) (51) Semiramis (60) Ygraine (72) Some say Ceres. (88) Pessinuntica, "Mother of the Gods" (primogenial Phrygians); Crecopian Minerva (Attic Aborigines); Paphian Venus, (floating Cyprians); Diana Dictynna, (arrow bearing Cretans); Stygian Proserpine, (three-tongued Sicilians); Ceres, (Eleusinians); Juno, Bellona, Hectate, Rhamnusia, Queen Moo, (Myans) (89) Sophia (91)
*Note: Anat was a witch goddess and regeneratrix who shape shifted into the form of the Morrigan or Morgana, a black predatory bird. (72)
*This is the Isis of Sais, famous for the inscription concerning her which appeared on the front of her temple in that city: "I, Isis, am all that has been, that is or shall be; no mortal Man hath ever me unveiled." (89)
Astarte: (3) ? See Inanna
Atlas: Son of Poseidon/EA. One of the ten Kings of Atlantis. Twin brother to Hercules. (103) Vasuki (or Shesha, the King of the Nagas), the serpent that serves as the churning rope, represents Atlas in his serpentine avatar. Also identified with Hesperus "the Evening Star" (104) In ancient times the evening star was called Hesperus and the morning star Phosphorus or Lucifer. (4) Being a son of Lucifer this would make sense. Agastya (Hindu) (104)
Athena: See Asta
*Note: She is known as a warrior Goddess as well as the Goddess of Wisdom; her symbol being the Serpent as displayed on her personal shield. She made the transition from snake-headed Medusa with roots in Africa to respected icon of Athens. (106)
Aya: (Anunnaki, Spouse of Utu) (1) Also Maia? (Greek) the daughter of the Titan Atlas. (4) Sita, Artemis? (Greek) not sure this is correct (95) Anath (see below notes)
*Note: El, a sky god, lost importance or was displaced by Baal, a weather god symbolized by a bull and lightning bolt. The life and death of Baal were identified with prosperity and drought. Important goddesses included Anath, Baal's wife and sister. She was fierce and violent, wearing a necklace of severed human heads. Like Baal, she lived on a mountaintop. (4)
'As a patroness of war (the goddess) Anath appears in a fragment of the Baal Epic in an incredibly bloody orgy of destruction. For some unknown reason she fiendishly butchers mankind, young and old, in a most horrible and wholesale fashion, wading delightedly in human gore up to her knees - yea, up to her throat, all the while exulting sadistically... "Like gods, like priest; like priest like people" expresses a law that operates unfailingly.' (101)
Baal: See Utu.
Ba'al: also means "Lord" by the Canaanites and Phoenicians. It appears that several of the AN.UNNAK.KI may have been called Ba'al.
Baalat: (3) See Inanna
Bacchus: See Hermes
Bau: (Anunnaki, Spouse of Ninurta, a healer) (1)
Bel: See Enlil
Bilkan: (Babylonian) Also known as Tubal-cain. Worshipped by the Babylonians as the god of metal-working, which name was later further corrupted to Vulcan, the Roman god of fire.' Also Thor (101)
Brahma: (Hindu) Many scholars believe the ancient gods were but personifications of the Sun and planets. Brahma is considered by many to be the personification of the Sun as well as Mithras, (Persians); Athom, Amun, Phtha and Osiris, (Egyptian); Bel, (Chaldeans); Adonai, (Phoenicians); Adonis and Apollo, (Greeks) Yod, (Hebrew); Hercules, Samson, Bacchus, Dionysos, Sabazius, Jason, Ulysses, Zeus, SOL-OM-ON in three different languages (Solomon, used by Masons) (92)
Buthos: Supposed creator of Ialdabaoth (Yahweh). Albert Pike (Luciferian Freemason) teaches that Jesus was from an inferior line of beings, created by Ialdabaoth, who had himself been created by the god Buthos, sexually uniting with Wisdom. [Morals and Dogma, p. 653, teachings of the 26th Degree of Masonry]
Damkina: (Anunnaki, Spouse of Enki, renamed Ninki; daughter of Alalu. See Ninki. (1)
Demeter: (Greek) See Erishkigal
Dudu: Endearment name for the god Adad; see Adad
Dumuzi: ("Son Who Is Life") (12) (Anunnaki, ruled for 36,000 years. See below photo. Enki and Damkina's youngest son. Younger brother to Marduk. In charge of sheepherding in his Egyptian domain) (1) Dumuzi was the love of Inanna's life.
Dutter: Concubine of Enki, Dumuzi's mother (1)
E-A: "Whose Home is Water," Also known as Enki. See Enki
* Note: In the Babylonian/Akkadian tradition EA was depicted as a god who was part-man, part-fish. Instead of the title "Lord of the Flood", he was known to the Babylonians/Akkadians as "God of the Abyss." The Chaldeans also knew him as EA, and they too depicted him on their monuments as half-man, half-fish. (11)
*The oldest human culture, that of Sumer, claimed that civilization, complete with agriculture, warfare, metallurgy, science, medicine, writing, and all the rest, came out of the seas. The Sumerians, who possessed knowledge which is in itself an anomaly, such as the existence and orbits of all the "spherical" planets around the sun (yes, all the planets, including Pluto and another, gigantic maverick world that modern science has yet to discover), believed that the arts and sciences had been taught to them by the mysterious god EA, later called Enki, a giant who had scales like a fish or reptile and who dwelt in a traveling ship that could move beneath the sea as well as fly to the various lands--and heavenly abodes--of the Annunaki, or gods. (39)
*One ancient prayer, as translated by R. C. Thompson, in his work THE DEVILS AND EVIL SPIRITS OF BABYLONIA, went thusly:
"'Seven are they, seven are they. In the Ocean Deep, seven are they. They are reared in the home of the Ocean Deep. Neither male nor female are they. They are as the roaming wild beast. No wife have they, no son do they beget. They know neither mercy nor pity. They harken not unto prayers and supplications. They are as the horses reared on the hills. The Evil Ones of EA, throne-bearers of the gods are they. They stand in the highway to befoul the path. Evil are they, evil are they. By Heaven be ye exorcised!'" (39)
"The Call of Cthulhu:" by H.P. Lovecraft
"He talked of his dreams in a strangely poetic fashion; making me see with terrible vividness the damp Cyclopean city of slimy green stone--whose geometry, he said, was all wrong--"
Coincidentally or not, this is an exact description of the ruins at Yonaguni. What did Lovecraft actually know, or thought that he knew? For "Cthulhu" seems to correspond to the Sumerian/Akkadian "Kutulu," a demon of the sea, and in Lovecraft's fiction, this being was summoned with chants containing cries of "Ia! Ia!" which is of course identical to the name of EA, "Lord of Waters." Is Cthulhu/Kutulu one of the regents, under "EA," of one of the "seven seas?" (40)
El: See Enlil
El Elyon: (God most high) (3) ?
El Olam: (God the everlasting one) (3) ?
El Ro'i: (God of vision) (3) ? Genesis 22:14 Abraham named the site Yahweh-yireh; hence people now say, "On the mountain the LORD will see." (Liguori Faithware Bible)
El Shaddai: (The use of "God Almighty" is a traditional translation of Shaddai, thought to have meant "Omnipotent", but arguably it could be linked to the Akkadian root word Shadu, meaning literally "mountains". And El Shaddai is only one of the versions of God described in Genesis. El Shaddai literally translated means, "God the one of the mountains") (3) or ("God of the Two Peaks") (56) See Ishkur
Elil: See Enlil
Eumelus: (Hellenic language of the country of Gadeirus)
Heracles/Herakles/Hercules. (104) See Hercules
Enbilulu: (Anunnaki, A lieutenant of Ea with the first landing party) (1)
If it expects or demands worship, it is not divine!!