The Goddess Maat is the Egyptian Goddess of Truth. She represents the ideals of law, order, and truth. The word, Maat translates as "that which is straight," it implies anything that is true, ordered, or balanced. She was the female counterpart of Thoth, "The Great Measure. Maat plays an important part in the Book of the Dead. It is in the Hall of Maat the judgement of the dead was performed. This was done by weighing one's heart (conscience) against the feather of Maat. If a balance was stru...
Yemaya is the mother of all living things as well as the owner of all waters. She is the vast ocean, the essence of motherhood, a protector of children, and a goddess of magic and witches. In Cuban Santeria, she has been syncretized with Our Lady of Regla.
Diana was the goddess of the hunt and moon and birthing, being associated with wild animals and woodland, and having the power to talk to and control animals. She was one of the three maiden goddesses, Diana, Minerva and Vesta, who swore never to marry. Oak groves were especially sacred to her. According to mythology, Diana was born with her twin brother Apollo on the island of Delos, daughter of Jupiter and Latona.
Saraswati (Sanskrit: सरस्वती) is the goddess of knowledge, music and the arts. She is the consort of Brahma. Saraswati is considered to be the "mother of the Vedas". The name Saraswati came from "saras" (meaning "flow") and "wati" (meaning "a woman"). So, Saraswati is symbol of knowledge; its flow (or growth) is like a river and knowledge is supremely alluring, like a beautiful woman.
Artemis, the Greek goddess responsible for the nurture of wild animals as well as the hunt. Like the Greek goddess Aphrodite, she became assimilated with the Great Goddess of fertility who had been worshiped on Cyprus for centuries. Artemis carries a quiver and is accompanied by a fawn.
Angitia. Oscan healing and snake Goddess who was especially revered by the Marsi, a warlike tribe of people who lived to the east of Rome in the Apennine Mountains. Famed for Her ability to heal those who had been poisoned, especially those bitten by snakes, and She was said to have the power to kill serpents through spoken charms. Famous for Her knowledge of healing herbs, and was honored with both a grove, the Silva Angitia or Lucus Angitiae, and a temple. Thalia Took.
Our Lady of Everything Mother Earth, Goddess, Gaia, Pachamama, Nature, Grandmother, Hera, Isis, Demeter, Parvati, Shakti, Gayatri, and Mary are a few names which try to describe life force energy. I love to attempt to paint this eternal energy which moves the stars and planets and everything. Evokes: Gratitude for Life
Anna Perenna is the Roman Goddess of long life and renewal, health and plenty. Her two names both make reference to the year: anna means "to live through a year", while perenna means "last many years" (still seen in the English words annual and perennial). She seems to be concerned with cycles of renewal, and connecting the past to the present; She Herself is described in some legends as old, and in others as young.
Arianrhod is a moon goddess and a star goddess. She's said to be the goddess of reincarnation and karma. Pay attention to what I state here because these are areas that she can help you with in your life. She is said to be of beauty and fertility. She has influence over your memories of your past lives so if you want to be able to remember those and want some help with that area, she just may be able to help. She is also said to have influence over general difficulties that life may throw your w
Isis: She who gives birth to heaven and earth, She who knows the orphan, She who knows the widow spider, She who seeks justice for the poor people, She who seeks shelter for the weak people. Queen of Heaven, Mother of the Gods, The One Who is All, Lady of Green Crops, The Brilliant One in the Sky, Star of the Sea, Great Lady of Magic, Mistress of the House of Life, She Who Knows How To Make Right Use of the Heart, Light-Giver of Heaven, Lady of the Words of Power, Moon Shining O...