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The power to possess the traits and abilities of, or is a Health Deity. Variation of Transcendent Physiology and Divine Healing. Opposite to Plague Deity Physiology.

Also Called

  • Divine Healer
  • Gods of Health, Healing, Medicine, Regeneration and Rejuvenation
  • Healing/Medicine Deity/God/Goddess Physiology
  • Physician to the Gods
  • Shamanic Healer Deity Physiology

Capabilities

The user with this ability either is or can transform into a health deity is a a god/goddess who represents or is associated with healing, health, medicine and physicians, diseases and healing magic’s. Health deities were a common feature in mythology and polytheistic religions with them also being related to childbirth deities and even mother goddess figures aa well.

Applications

Variations

Associations

Limitations

Known Users

Also See: Healer God

Folklore/Mythlogy

  • Mami Wata (African, Haitian Vodou and Folk Catholicism)
  • Anahit (Armenian Mythology)
  • Ixtlilton (Aztec Physiology)
  • Patecatl (Aztec Physiology)
  • Toci (Aztec Physiology)
  • Aušrinė (Baltic Mythology)
  • Bhaisajyaguru (Buddhism)
  • Jambhala (Buddhism/Hinduism)
  • Shadrafa (Canaanite Mythology)
  • Airmed (Celtic Mythology)
  • Alaunus (Celtic Mythology)
  • Brigid (Celtic Mythology)
  • Dian Cécht (Celtic Mythology)
  • Grannus (Celtic Mythology)
  • Shennong (Chinese Mythology)
  • The Eight Immortals (Chinese Mythology); most of them.
  • Wong Tai Sin/Huang Daxian (Chinese Mythology)
  • Jesus Christ (Christian Mythology)
  • Anastasia of Sirmium (Christian Mythology)
  • Virgin Mary (Christian Mythology)
  • Heka (Egyptian Physiology)
  • Isis (Egyptian Physiology)
  • Sekhmet (Egyptian Physiology)
  • Menrva (Etruscan Physiology)
  • Maximón (Folk Catholicism)
  • Agathodaemon (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Apollo (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Asclepius/Vejovis (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Eileithyia/Lucina (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Hygieia/Salus (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Paean (Greek Physiology)
  • Loko (Haitian Vodou)
  • Dhanvantari (Hindu Mythology)
  • Kamrusepa (Hittite Mythology)
  • Eeyeekalduk (Inuit Mythology)
  • Pinga (Inuit Mythology)
  • Okuninushi (Japanese Physiology)
  • Yakushi Nyorai (Japanese Physiology)
  • Ixchel (Mayan Physiology)
  • Anahita (Mesopotamian Mythology)
  • Eshmun (Mesopotamian Mythology)
  • Kamrusepa (Mesopotamian Mythology)
  • Nintinugga/Gula/Bau (Mesopotamian Mythology)
  • Ninurta (Mesopotamian Mythology)
  • Eir (Norse Mythology)
  • Bona Dea (Roman Mythology)
  • Feronia (Roman Mythology)
  • Živa (Slavic Physiology)

Literature

  • Apollo (Riordanverse)

Live Television/Movies

  • Apollo (Hercules: The Legendary Journey’s/Xena: Warrior Princess)
  • Asclepius (Hercules: The Legendary Journey’s); mentioned only.

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