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Egyptian Rocket Goddess has snakes wrapped around her arms, a traditional sign of female power and fertility dating back to a sculpted Minoan snake goddess

Epona was a protector of horses, donkeys, and mules. She was a Celtic goddess of fertility,

Qetesh is a Goddess adopted into Egyptian mythology from the Canaanite religion, popular during the New Kingdom. She was a Fertility Goddess of Sacred Ecstasy and Sexual Pleasure. She is called "Mistress of All the Gods", "Lady of the Stars of Heaven", "Beloved of Ptah", "Great of magic, mistress of the stars", and "Eye of Ra, without her equal". Qadshu is also used as an epithet of Athirat, the Great Mother Goddess of the Canaanites.

The Moon Goddess Hecate Greek Goddess of the Crossroads She is often seen as a "hag" or old witch but that's just stereotyping. Hecate was the only one of the Titans who Zeus allowed to retain authority after the Olympians had defeated them. She was given the position of being the guardian of the households and the protector of all that was newborn.

EGYPTIAN GOD Anubis is the Greek name for a jackal-headed god associated with mummification and the afterlife in ancient Egyptian religion. The Egyptian sense of aethstetic and design was amazing way back then.

Hathor – Lena and Katya Popovy Also see this view.

Hindu goddess Durga - believed to be the power behind the work of creation, preservation, and destruction of the world.

Isis and Osiris

Statue of a goddess, probably Nehemetaui or Nebethetepet Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Dynasty: Dynasty 27–30 Date: 550–300 B.C. Geography: Egypt Medium: cupreous alloy