Gaia (disambiguation)

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Gaia (also spelled Gaea) is a primordial deity and the personification of the Earth in Greek mythology.

Gaia or Gaea may also refer to:


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  • Gaea (Marvel Comics), a fictional character
  • Gaea trilogy, a series of science-fiction novels (1979, 1980 and 1984) by John Varley
  • Gaia (Foundation universe), a fictional planet in works by Isaac Asimov
  • Gaia Gear, a series of five novels by Yoshiyuki Tomino
  • GAIA (journal), an academic journal concerned with environmental and sustainability problems
  • Gaia Moore, the heroine of the teen-novel series Fearless by Francine Pascal
  • Gaean Reach, a fictional region in space in works by Jack Vance
  • Gaea, an island in the young-adult novel The Arm of the Starfish (1965) by Madeleine L'Engle
  • Gaea, a character in the dystopian fiction novella Anthem (1937) by Ayn Rand
  • Gaea, a character in the fictional novel series The Heroes of Olympus (2010) by Rick Riordan
  • Gaia (a.k.a. gaiaphage), a supernatural creature in the novel series Gone by Michael Grant
  • Gaia Girls, an environmental fantasy children's book series by Lee Welles




  • "Gaia", a song from the album Fireships (1993) by English singer Peter Hammill
  • "Gaia", a song from the album Gaia-Onbashira (1998) by Japanese New Age musician Kitarō
  • "Gaia", a song from the album Hourglass (1997) by American singer James Taylor
  • "Gaea", a song from the album So Early in the Spring (1989) by British rock band Pentangle
  • "Gaia", a song from the album Synchestra (2006) by Canadian rock musician Devin Townsend
  • "Gaia", a song from the album Valensia (1993) by Dutch rock singer Valensia
  • "Mother Gaia", a song from the album Infinite (2000) by Finnish rock band Stratovarius
  • "Gaia", a song from the album Individuality (Can I Be Me?) (2000) by American singer Rachelle Ferrell
  • "Gaia", a song from the album Wildhoney (1994) by Swedish metal band Tiamat



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