Asherah, known as the "Lady of the Sea"

Goddess art of Jonathon Earl Bowser - Eternity

Regeneration Artwork © Jonathon Earl Bowser -

"Isis: Child of Earth & Sky". The Goddess Art of Jonathon Earl Bowser. oil painting of the LightBringer, the guide of Mysterious Crossings... Jonathon Earl Bowser

Desire by Jonathon Earl Bowser; another oceanic view I love

Yemaya, Goddess of the Sea Blue...

Goddess Asherah oil painting of Waialeale, Goddess of the Mountain Rain ~ Artwork © - Jonathon Earl Bowser

Ix Chel The Maya moon goddess wields great influence in many areas. Being in the image of a woman, she is associated with sexuality and procreation, fertility and growth, not only of human beings, but also of the vegetation and the crops. Since growth can also cause all sorts of ailments, the moon goddess is also a goddess of disease. Everywhere in Mesoamerica, including the Mayan area, she is specifically associated with water, be it wells, rainfall, or the rainy season.

Sjöfn (Old Norse ‘Sgafni’ or ‘Sefi’) is a goddess associated with love. In other kennings, her name is associated with the word ‘woman’ who represents the feminine side of romance and attraction. women and men." Artwork: Annie Stegg — with Ryan Beamis.

Hebrew Goddess; Asherah, the Shekinah, consort of Yahweh

Halimede is the Greek Nereid who's name means "Lady Of The Brine." The Nereids were fifty Haliad Nymphs or Goddesses of the Sea. Nereids were daughters of Nereus, a Sea God, and their name means Wet Ones (nêros).

Danu or Anu. She is often seen as the mother of all gods, more specifically as the mother goddess of the Tuatha Dé Danann. She is also associated

Sea Goddess

Marah is a Canaanite Water-Goddess, considered benevolent and merciful. She is the daughter of the great Mother Goddess Athirat-of-the-Sea, and twin sister to Anat, the Warrior Maiden Goddess of extraordinarily bad temper. Little is known about her, we even don't know if She is primarily a Goddess of the ocean, rivers, or lakes.

Lethe was the Greek Goddess of Forgetfulness and Oblivion. She was associated with night and she was associated with the river of the same name. Whenever someone died and went to Hades, they had to drink from her water so that they would forget their former lives when they were reborn.

The Fire Goddess Brridgid ~Brighid is a Pagan goddess, a Christian saint, and a Voodoo lwa

Coatlicue, Mother Earth, or Mother of Gods (Teteo Inan). She is wearing a skirt of snakes. Coatlicue is the Aztec goddess who gave birth to the moon, stars, and Huitzilopochtli, the god of the sun and war. She is also known as Toci ("our grandmother") and Cihuacoatl ("the lady of the serpent"), the patron of women who die in childbirth.

The goddess Asherah (Qudshu) standing on a lion and holding two serpents. This plaque was carved by Syrians living in Egypt in the 7th century B.C. (Drawn from original photo)