Apollo: The God of light, music, and poetry he invented the lute. He was also the God of prophecy the protector of flocks and of settlements.
Pan: Usually represented as having the legs, horns, and ears of a goat Pan was the God of nature: meadows, forests, beasts, and even human nature also a God of music, playing upon the reed pipes he made from the transformed body of the nymph Syrinx. He was famous for being randy (Greek women with a track record were known as Pan girls).
Bacchus: God of wine.
Dagodevas: The Irish Celtic God of the Earth. He has a bottomless caldron of plenty and a harp with which he rules the seasons.
Calliope: The "Fair Voiced" and the eldest Muse, is the muse of epic poetry.
Hnoss: Daughter of Freyia, she is so beautiful that whatever is valuable and lovely is named "treasure", after her.
Freyia: Norse Goddess of love, fertility/reproduction, war, and wealth. A Goddess of lust, identified with sexual freedom. She also owned a feather coat which she could use to fly between the worlds.
Arianrhod: Celtic earth Goddess, a weaver, in control of the interactions of human lives and of the matter of creation itself. Her palace was called Caer Arianrhod (Aurora Borealis), Goddess of time and karma.
Hera: Hera is Zeus' wife and sister. She is the goddess and protector of marriage and takes special care of married women.
Aine: Goddess of love and fertility, later known as an Irish fairy queen.