Back to Home Page or Contents or Buddha Mythology or Article Index


Namasangiti, the chanting of the name, Buddhist god, is a form of Avalokitesvara, but also a distinct emanation of Vairocana; the personification of a sacred text. He is standing upon a lotus; his color is white; and his attributes the club, lotus, sword, half-staff, and water jar. A.G.H.


Jordan, Michael, Encyclopedia of Gods, New York, Facts On File, Inc. 1993, p. 176

Home    Alchemy    Ancient Beliefs    Buddhism    Christianity    Demonology    Divination    Goddess and witchcraft    Great Mysteries    Hinduism    Islam     Judaism    Magic    Neo-paganism    Other    Paranormal    Past and present Beliefs    People    Places    Religions and sects    Rituals and texts    Shamanism    Stones    Theosophy African Mythology    Asian Mythology    Buddha Mythology    Egyptian Mythology    Greco-Roman Mythology    Greek Mythology    Hindu Mythology    Native American    Persian Mythology    Roman Mythology    South American Mythology