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I am the Goddess of Light, I will enter your realm when need be and diminish lower entity intent and raise the Vibration of frequency, peacefully, slowly, and quietly; because there is no time and space -- that you shall be given free-will. (My writing, from some-where). Photo by: Zhongfenghua. Art Director, Digital Paintings, 3D Character, The Artists, Goddesses, Concept Art, Fantasy Art, Conceptart, Fenghua Zhong
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'Green Tara' by Zeng Hao. (Dun Huang Art Studio). Not a "Hindu" Goddess but a Goddess of Tibetan Buddhism. She is a female Bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism and who also appears as a female Buddha in Vajrayana Buddhism. She is known as the "Mother of Liberation", and represents the virtues of success in work and achievements. In Japan she is known as 'Tara Bosatsu', and is little-known as 'Duōluó Púsà' in Chinese Buddhism.
Durga The word Shakti means divine energy/force/power, and Durga is the warrior aspect of the Divine Mother/Brahman(Supreme Absolute Godhead). As a goddess, Durga's feminine power contains the combined energies of all the gods. Each of her weapons was given to her by various gods.
The 18-armed Hindu goddess Durga, an aspect of the Great Goddess Devi. After the gods had been defeated by the all-powerful demon Mahisha, they created Durga to serve as their champion. With the force of the gods' collective weapons and might transferred to her, she slays the demon buffalo. Originally, part of a larger ensemble. She stood on the back of the buffalo-demon. on a pedestal. 14-15th C. Nepal Gilt copper alloy inlaid semi-precious stones.
Kwan Yin, China* Arielle Gabriel writes about miracles and travel in The Goddess of Mercy & The Dept of Miracles also free China toys and paper dolls at The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel *