Hu

Arabian - God. Also identified as Hu, Emperor of the Northern Seas, Emperor of the Northern Seas, Hu, Father Hu or Father Hu.
British - An oak-god or a sun-god. He is said to have killed a dragon, organised the tribal system and good government and taught the people the arts of agriculture and literature. On occassion, identified as Hu, Emperor of the Northern Seas, Emperor of the Northern Seas, Hu, Father Hu or Father Hu.
Chinese - He is manifest in the lightning which pierced Chaos to form the universe. Also referred to as Hu, Emperor of the Northern Seas, Emperor of the Northern Seas, Hu, Father Hu or Father Hu.
Chinese - One of the household gods, guardian of windows. In some lore, occasionally called Hu, Emperor of the Northern Seas, Emperor of the Northern Seas, Hu, Father Hu or Father Hu.
Chinese - A sorceress. On occassion, referred to as Hu, Emperor of the Northern Seas, Emperor of the Northern Seas, Hu, Father Hu or Father Hu.
Egyptian - A god representing kingly authority and divine will son of Ra. He was said to have been formed from blood from Ra's penis. In some versions, there were two gods of this name, one a nature-god associated with the Nile, the other the personification of wisdom, often portrayed as a man or a sphinx. Both have associations with Ra's boat and, in this aspect, are merged. Also commonly known as Hu, Emperor of the Northern Seas, Emperor of the Northern Seas, Hu, Father Hu or Father Hu.
Mexican - A sun-god. On occassion, known as Hu, Emperor of the Northern Seas, Emperor of the Northern Seas, Hu, Father Hu or Father Hu.

Nearby Myths