Ki is the Sumerian Goddess of the earth. In Sumerian mythology, she is the daughter of Nammu, Goddess of the primordial sea. In the later Babylonian mythology, she is the daughter of Anshar and Kishar. In either case, she is the sister/wife of Anu, God of the sky, and mother by him of the Anunnaki, including Enlil, God of the air. Ki was eventually supplanted by Ninhursag as the Great Mother. Her name means “earth.”
Zvoruna is the Lithuanian Goddess of the Hunt. She is a protector of wild animals and the forest, similar to the Roman Diana or the Greek Artemis. Her name, which derives from the word zveris “wild animal,” is also seen as Zverune.
Some say the only important goddess to the Germans is Freya, the goddess fertility; love, beauty, and sex. When Freya is called upon, it means love lives on into the infinite future. She taps into the heart’s desire and assists with enduring love in your life. Freya is also a warrior goddess, so no one messes with her. It is said that Friday was named after Freya, make it Freya’s Day
Arachne...The Greek Goddess Who Became The First Spider. Skilled in weaving beautiful fabrics that had complicated designs.Hurting Athena's feelings Arachne grew so depressed that she hanged herself. Athena took pity on Arachne. "I've let you live, but for being so vain", Athena said, "you will hang and spin forever".
Alke is the Greek Goddess of strength in battle. She may have been a daughter of Rhea, or the Phrygian Goddess Kybele who became identified with Rhea. She is one of the personifications who are shown on Athena’s shield, along with Eris (strife), Ioke (onslaught), and Phobos (terror). Alke’s name, which means “strength,” is also seen as Alce. --- art by Jill Archer.
Laochra is the goddess of female warriors and leaders, as well as the unrealized potential in all beings, and embodies the power of a woman. Her symbols are jewelry, the sword, and her sacred animals are all big cats. She believes the cat is the perfect example of the grace and power of women.
Hera: Wife and one of three sisters of Zeus in the Olympian pantheon of Greek mythology and religion. Her chief function was as the goddess of women and marriage. Her counterpart in the religion of ancient Rome was Juno. The cow and the peacock were sacred to her. Hera's mother was Rhea and her father Cronus.