Scorpion Goddess

The Scorpion goddess is a figure found in several cultures.

  • Chelamma - Hindu goddess of the Southern Karnataka region of India
  • Malinalxochitl - Aztec goddess of snakes, scorpions and insects
  • Hedetet - Egyptian scorpion goddess
  • Ta-Bitjet - Egyptian goddess with anti-venomous secretions, consort to Horus
  • Serket - patron goddess of the Pharaohs and deification of the scorpion

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Ancient Egyptian Deities - Other Significant Deities
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