Stone of Gol artifact

One of the three fragments of the Stone of Gol, depicting the Vulcan God of War (left) and Death (right)

Vulcan mythology before the Time of Awakening included a number of different gods, such as the God of War, the God of Death, and the God of Peace. Typically, the God of War and the God of Death were depicted together on artifacts but never with a third glyph. An exception was on the Stone of Gol, where the symbols of the two gods were separated by the God of Peace. (TNG: "Gambit, Part II")

Vulcan mythology stated that all creation arose from a place known as Sha Ka Ree. (Star Trek V: The Final Frontier)

While visiting Vulcan circa 8877 (on the Vulcan calendar, roughly equivalent to the Earth year 2237), Spock explained to his father that he was passing through ShiKahr during his journey to the family shrine, "to honor our Gods." (TAS: "Yesteryear")

In the year 2285, the fal-tor-pan was considered a legend. (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

The DVD text commentary for "Amok Time" says that TOS writer D.C. Fontana named the Vulcan god of death "Shariel"; a bust of whom is seen in Spock's quarters. Fontana also assigned this name to Sarek's father in an early edition of the Journey to Babel script. has speculated that the ancient Olympian gods, such as Apollo, may have visited Vulcan before Earth. [1](X)