Ixtab- Mayan myth: the goddess of suicide, mostly by hanging. Suicide by hanging in Mayan culture was considered an honorable way to die, so this goddess would guide suicide victims to paradise to join others who have died in battle or during childbirth. She was depicted as a woman with a rope tied around her neck.
Oya -- Yoruba/Santeria. She is seen in aspects as the warrior-spirit of the wind, lightning, fertility, fire, and magic. She creates hurricanes and tornadoes, and guards the underworld. Beyond destruction, Oya is the spirit of change, transition, and the chaos that often brings it about.