In Her Name

In Her Name

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"An Egyptian-European archaeological mission working in Luxor Governorate uncovered a collection of 27 fragmented statues of the lioness goddess Sekhmet, ‎Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities said in a statement on Sunday. He added that some of the statues depict the goddess Sekhmet sitting on the throne, holding the symbol of life in her left hand, or standing and holding a papyrus scepter in front of her chest. The head is crowned with a sun disk and the Uraeus adorns her forehead."

"An Egyptian-European archaeological mission working in Luxor Governorate uncovered a collection of 27 fragmented statues of the lioness .

December 12th is the Feast day of Our Lady of Guadalupe, whom many believe evolved from the ancient Goddess Tonantzin, (Mother Earth) of the Nahuan.

December 12th is the Feast day of Our Lady of Guadalupe, whom many believe evolved from the ancient Goddess Tonantzin, (Mother Earth) of the Nahuan.

Hymn to Magna Mater: "O eternal Creatrix of Gods and men, who animates forest and stream with soul, and joins seeds of life together throughout the world . . ."

An ancient Roman marble figures depicting a woman portraying the mother goddess Cybele with her symbolic attributes of a mural crown, a bunch of wheat and poppy heads, and a lion, as well as a rudder and cornucopia. (The J Paul Getty Museum)

"This deity, Guanyin, which embodies compassion, was carved about 900 years ago from a tree trunk. Nearly six feet tall, the figure is seated in a casual pose, with its glass eyes facing downward and one leg dangling as though being dipped in a pool of water. The underlying legend is that the deity was gazing at a reflection of the moon in the water."

A wooden Guanyin deity, about 900 years old, will return to view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Credit Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Hail to our Mother, who caused the yellow flowers to blossom, who scattered the seeds of the maguey, as she came forth from Paradise. Hail to our Mother, who poured forth flowers in abundance, who scattered the seeds of the maguey, as she came forth from Paradise. (Aztec Hymn, Mural by C. Crutcher)

Aztec Hymn to the All-Mother Hail to our Mother, who caused the yellow flowers to blossom, who scattered the seeds of the ma.

"It would be a rare discovery to identify the Etruscan god or goddess to which the sanctuary was dedicated. Apart from the famous seaside shrine at Pyrgi, with its inscribed gold plaques, very few Etruscan sanctuaries can be so conclusively identified."

Text in lost language may reveal god or goddess worshipped by Etruscans at ancient temple