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    Mano - Saami Moon Goddess In Sami mythology, Mano, Manno, Aske, or Manna is a personification of the moon as a female deity.

    Arianrhod is known as the Lady of the Silver Wheel (Full Moon). She is a major Welsh Goddess with her festival celebrated each year on December 2nd. Her name is derived from the Milky Way and/or the zodiac and the Moon.

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    Selene, Moon Goddess

    Yemaja generates providence and fertility, especially on the physical plane. In legends She gave birth to eleven deities, the sun, the moon, and two streams of water that formed a lake. In art she’s often shown as a mermaid or a crescent moon, and Her favorite color is blue.

    This is one of the Menae, the Greek Nymphs of the fifty new moons of the Olympiad (a period of four years). Fifty moons were significant because this number marked the conjunction of solar and lunar calendars. The Goddesses themselves were daughters of the Moon-Goddess Selene.

    Selene - Goddess of the Moon

    Mawu African Goddess of the Moon

    Moon Goddess Diana

    Candraprabha, Personification of the Moon, late 7th–8th C. Central Thailand. personifying planets has Vedic origins in ancient India and was part of the veneration of the elements in S.E. Asia.

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    Ilazki is the Basque Goddess of the Moon. She is the daughter to Lur, the Goddess of the Earth, and sister of Eguzki, Goddess of the Sun. As the light of the night, Ilazki was believed to give light to the souls of the dead, and graves often had pictures of the moon on them. It was believed to be most favorable to die when the moon was in its first phase, so that the soul of the deceased would grow as the moon did. Ilazki’s name, means “light of the dead."

    Louhi steals the Moon - A3 art print via Etsy

    Ilazki is the Basque Goddess of the Moon. She is the daughter to Lur, the Goddess of the Earth, and sister of Eguzki, Goddess of the Sun. As the light of the night, Ilazki was believed to give light to the souls of the dead, and graves often had pictures of the moon on them. It was believed to be most favorable to die when the moon was in its first phase, so that the soul of the deceased would grow as the moon did. Ilazki’s name, means “light of the dead."

    Hina is the Hawaiian goddess of the moon, death, and rebirth. Hina lived in the sea and was tired of her toilsome underwater existence, so she left the water and escaped to the moon.