Inti: God of the sun and chief Incan god
Mama Pacha: Goddess of nature and erthquakes. The second most important god in Incan mythology. The wife of Pacha Kamaq.
Pacha Kamaq: A creator god and dragon
Viracocha: A god of everything but diminished in importance and stature when Inti became the central god.
Qucha: Wife and sister of Inti.
Apu: God of the mountains.
Axomamma: Goddess of potatoes
Catequil: God of thunder and lightning.
Ch’aska: Goddess of Venus and of dawn and twilight
Coniraya: A moon deity
Copacati: A lake goddess
Ekeko: God of the hearth and wealth
Illapa: God of thunder and lightning
Kon: God of rain and wind. The son of Inti and Mama Killa.
Mama Allpa: A fertility goddess
Mama Qucha: Goddess of the sea and fish
Mama Killa: Goddess of the moon, marriage, and festivals.
Mama Sara: Goddess of corn, grain, and willow trees
Paryaqaqa: God of water and rainstorms.
Supay: God of death
Urcaguary: God of metals and gems
Urquchillay: God of animals