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Mawu, African Goddess Of The Moon by Shella Goh| Mawu, African Goddess Of The Moon And here she is, the muse for my necklace of the same name. In Dahomey (West African) mythology, Mawu is a creator goddess, associated with the sun and moon. After creating the earth and all life and everything else on it, Mawu became concerned that it might be too heavy, so she asked the primeval serpent, Aido Hwedo, to curl up beneath the earth and hold it up in the sky.
The strength of connection, purpose; the power of divinely supported intent; the abundance that comes from will. I am unafraid. I am strong. I have an abundant supply of energy and strength enveloping my receptive nature at every moment in time. I am alive in a field connected with silvery white cords of love, honor, gratitude, purpose, connection. I am unconditional love, which is boundless...
Art by Brittney Lee! Hina is the Hawaiian goddess of the moon, death, and rebirth. One particular legend that I enjoy is that Hina lived in the sea and was tired of her toilsome underwater existence, so she left the water and escaped to the moon.
Sunna - - the Norse Goddess of the Sun. Norse mythology, the Sun is female while the Moon is male.