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In Australian Karraur Aboriginal mythology, Yhi is a Goddess of Light and Creation, and a Solar Deity. She lived in the Dream time and slept until a whistle awakened her. When she opened her eyes, light fell on the Earth. She walked the earth and plants grew where she walked. She decided that, in addition to plants, she wanted to make something that could dance. Eventually she created all life forms. She returned to her own world. Darkness fell, but then came the first sunrise and Yhi…

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Barbara Marciniak - quote Path of Empowerment - spirituality spiritual B.

Arete (Sometimes translated as "virtue," the word actually means something closer to "being the best you can be," or "reaching your highest human potential.") was the sister of Harmonia (concord), daughter of the goddess of justice Praxidike. Once at a crossroads, Arete appeared to Heracles as a young maiden, and offered him glory and a life of struggle against evil; her counterpart, Kakia (κακία, "badness"), offered him wealth and pleasure. Heracles chose to follow the path of Arete.

Arete (Sometimes translated as "virtue," the word actually means something closer to "being the best you can be," or "reaching your highest human potential.") was the sister of Harmonia (concord), daughter of the goddess of justice Praxidike. Once at a crossroads, Arete appeared to Heracles as a young maiden, and offered him glory and a life of struggle against evil; her counterpart, Kakia (κακία, "badness"), offered him wealth and pleasure. Heracles chose to follow the path of Arete.

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The Greek and Roman Gods Infographic They forgot the one almighty God! The one above all god's! OUR GOD! The one and only God!

Aretsaya is a Phoenician Goddess of the Earth and Underworld. She is the youngest of the "renowned brides" of the Epic of Ba'al, with Her elder sisters Pidraya and Talaya. Some sources call Them the daughters of the great Mother Goddess Athirat, though in the Epic.    Aretsaya's name means "She of the Earth", and in the Epic Her full title is 'Aretsaya bat Ya'abdar. and is usually interpreted as "Aretsaya, Daughter of Ample Flows", referring perhaps to flooded or irrigated fields.

Aretsaya is a Phoenician Goddess of the Earth and Underworld. She is the youngest of the "renowned brides" of the Epic of Ba'al, with Her elder sisters Pidraya and Talaya. Some sources call Them the daughters of the great Mother Goddess Athirat, though in the Epic. Aretsaya's name means "She of the Earth", and in the Epic Her full title is 'Aretsaya bat Ya'abdar. and is usually interpreted as "Aretsaya, Daughter of Ample Flows", referring perhaps to flooded or irrigated fields.

Tía	  Tea, Tía o Teia , llamada también Eurifaesa , era la Titánide de la vista y por extensión la diosa que dotaba al oro, la plata y las gemas con su brillo y valor intrínseco.   Su nombre significa "la divina".

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Theia - Titan Goddess of sight and the shining light of the clear blue sky. Her name simply means Goddess.

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LIFE Fash. Story by Kashgar

Teugghia- Russian myth: a fallen fairy that was banished from the fairy realm for committing a serious crime. They are then cursed, being turned half beautiful and half ugly.

The Teugghia are fallen faeries, sent away from the fairy realm for committing a serious offense. They are wholly evil and divided in half, one half beautiful and the other elderly and ugly. These fallen faeries drink more than they eat.

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