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* '''[[w:List of thunder gods|List of thunder gods]]'''
* '''[[w:List of thunder gods|List of thunder gods]]'''
** In [[w:Hindu mythology|Hindu mythology]], the god [[w:Indra|Indra]] is known as the god of lightning. His main weapon is the thunderbolt ([[w:Vajra|Vajra]]).
** In [[w:Hittites|Hittite]] and [[w:Hurrian|Hurrian]] [[w:mythology|mythology]], a triple thunderbolt was one symbol of [[w:|Teshub]].
** In [[w:Greek mythology|Greek mythology]], the thunderbolt is a weapon given to [[w:Zeus|Zeus]] by the [[w:|Cyclops]].
** In [[w:Roman mythology|Roman mythology]], the thunderbolt is a weapon given to [[w:Jupiter|Jupiter]] by the Cyclops.
** In [[w:Germanic mythology|Germanic mythology]], [[w:Thor|Thor]] is specifically the god of thunder and lightning, wielding [[w:Mjolnir|Mjolnir]].
** In [[w:Maya mythology|Maya mythology]], [[w:Huracan|Huracan]] is sometimes represented as three lightning bolts.
** In [[w:Cherokee|Cherokee]] mythology, the [[w:Ani Hyuntikwalaski|Ani Hyuntikwalaski]] ("thunder beings") cause lightning fire in a hollow [[w:sycamore|sycamore]] tree.
** In [[w:Ojibway|Ojibway]] mythology, thunder is created by the [[w:Thunderbird (mythology)|Thunderbirds]] (Nimkiig or Binesiiwag), which can be both benevolent and malevolent to human beings. 


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Revision as of 12:45, 19 August 2010

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  • Luke 10:17-19
    • "And the seventy returned again with joy, saying, Lord, even the devils are subject unto us through thy name. And he said unto them, I beheld Satan as lightning fall from heaven. Behold, I give unto you power to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy: and nothing shall by any means hurt you."

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