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Mano - Saami Moon Goddess In Sami mythology, Mano, Manno, Aske, or Manna is a personification of the moon as a female deity.

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Himinglæva, (That through which one can see the heavens (a reference to the transparency of water)), is a Norse Giantess, a Goddess and Personification of an aspect of Ocean Waves. She is one of the Nine daughters of Ægir and Rán, God and Goddess of the Sea.

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Kuu (or Kun) is a Moon Goddess in Finnish mythology. According to the Kalevala, the daughter of the air Ilmatar allowed a teal to lay its egg on her knee as she floated in the abyss. The egg fell and its parts formed the universe: the white of the egg became the moon.

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Kuu is a Moon goddess in Finnish mythology. According to the Kalevala, the daughter of the air Ilmatar allowed a teal to lay its egg on her knee as she floated in the abyss. The egg fell and its parts formed the universe: the white of the egg became the moon, and the yolk the sun.

Kuu (or Kun) was a Moon Goddess in Finnish mythology. According to the Kalevala, the daughter of the air Ilmatar allowed a teal to lay its egg on her knee as she floated in the abyss. The egg fell and its parts formed the universe: the white of the egg became the moon.

Mielikki is the Finnish goddess of forests and a Huntress of the Moon Legacies. She is a Goddess and free unto her own. Huntresses do not generally marry and the tales that make them wives or consorts are not correct. All Huntress Goddesses are generally more in the class of Amazon, dedicated to Humanity not personal fulfillment.