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Venus of Willendorf. Symbolizes the fertility and stability of the earth. Estimated to have been made between 24,000 - 22,000 BCE. Discovered in 1908 by archaeologist Josef Szombathy at a paleolithic site near Willendorf, a village in Lower Austria near the city of Krems.

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Oshun, the Yoruban Goddess of love, delights in the creation of beauty and art, sensual delights and self-adornment. Her symbols are mirrors, jewelry, honey, golden silks and feather fans. Creativity in decorating home and temple is a way of honoring Oshun, who will bless any beautiful space created in Her honor. There is no object so common that Oshun will not appreciate more if it is made artistic and pleasing to the eye.

Mohini (Sanskrit: मोहिनी, Mohinī), is the only female avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu. She is portrayed as a femme fatale, an enchantress, who maddens lovers, sometimes leading them to their doom.

OYA the goddess of change, rebirth, destruction, aggression, sexual power, healing, maiming, ups and downs, lunar cycles….all of these things are distinctly feminine, and yet not what Western countries consider “ladylike”. But most pre-Judeo/Christian female goddesses were not quiet house servants who raised a man’s children and kept a simple home. As with Oya, Inanna was the goddess of love, but not marriage, and was the preemptive Sumerian war deity

ƸӜƷ Sarasvati: Hindu Goddess of Knowledge and Wisdom. Sarasvati is the creator of the arts, including music, dancing, and poetry ƸӜƷ

Bodhisattvadevi (Female Bodhisattva) Prajnaparamita; the buddhist goddess of transcendental wisdom, personified in a statue from 13th century Singhasari East Javanese art. The statue was discovered in Cungkup Putri ruins near Singhasari temple, Singhasari, East Java, Indonesia

Ganga on the Crocodile: Ganga was a goddess residing in heaven but was brought down to earth in the form of a river (the Ganges) to provide salvation to the ancestors of King Bhagirath. It is said that not only did Ganga save King Bhagirath's ancestors, but she provided a means of purification for the entire population of human beings on earth. Today pilgrims travel from all over the subcontinent to bathe in the river.

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