Three Graces Greek Goddesses

The Goddess Neith is one of the most ancient Goddesses of predynastic Egypt, She represents the Primal Beginning of things. She Personified the Abyss, the Deep, and the Dark of Night. Neith was a Creator Goddess who could be called the Great Mother. She is represented as self-existing. She is celebrated as the "Only One." The temple of Neith bore the following inscription: 'I am All That Has Been, That Is, and That Will Be. No mortal has yet been able to lift the veil that covers Me.'

Nikkal is a Goddess of Ugarit, Canaan, and later of Phoenicia. She is a Goddess of Orchards, whose name means "Great Lady and Fruitful." She is daughter of Khirkhibi, the Summer's King, and is married to the Moon God Yarikh, who gifted her with necklaces of lapis-lazuli.

Gleti is a Moon Goddess from the African kingdom of Dahomey, situated in what is now Benin. She is the Mother of all the Stars. An eclipse is caused by the shadow of the Moon’s Husband crossing Her face.

Chang O, Chinese goddess of the moon and her companion the white hare.

Dragons (male and female) with egg of knowledge (Earth) Varna, Bulgaria - good sculpture for garden.

Bendis was a Thracian goddess of the moon and the hunt[1] whom the Greeks identified with Artemis. She was a huntress, like Artemis, but was accompanied by dancing satyrs and maenads on a fifth century red-figure stemless cup (at Verona).

Hekate (Hecate) has rulership over earth, sea and sky, and is variously associated with crossroads, entrance-ways, fire, light, the Moon, magic, witchcraft, knowledge of herbs and poisonous plants, necromancy and sorcery as well as a more universal role as Saviour (Soteira) and the Cosmic World Soul.

Eos, titan goddess of the dawn. She and her siblings Helios (the Sun) and Selene (the Moon) were numbered amongst the second-generation Titan gods. Eos rose up into the sky from the river Okeanos at the start of each day, and with her rays of light dispersed the mists of night.

Artemis, goddess of hunting, with bow | Greek vase, Athenian red figure bell krater

In Greek mythology, Melinoe is the Goddess of Ghosts. She is the daughter of Persephone, Queen of the Dead and Hades, Ruler of the Underworld. She lives in the Underworld. She has a pale complexion and a short temper and takes after her father in almost every way, except from her beauty which she gets from her mother Persephone. Melinoe has the powers to turn any mortal insane with her phantoms.

Greek Gods

In Greek mythology Demeter was the most generous of the great Olympian goddesses. The Greek goddess Demeter was an ancient goddess beloved for her service to mankind in giving them the gift of the harvest, the reward for cultivation of the soil.

Devana-(Slavic) The goddess most frequently associated with the Greek Artemis and the Roman Diana. Forest goddess, protector of wild animals and goddess of hunt.

Zeus, king of the gods, with lighting & eagle | Greek vase, Athenian red figure amphora

Nike, goddess of victory | Greek vase, Athenian red figure lekythos

Ix Chel is a Moon Goddess and, appropriately, her domain in the land of the Maya is the Caribbean coast where a temple built to Her is still a destination for pilgrims who visit Her island of Cozumel. During ancestral times, pregnant Maya women would paddle to the island to beseech Ix Chel's blessings for a healthy happy family.

Paris & Himerus, god of desire | Greek vase, Athenian red figure amphora

RHEA was the Titanis mother of the gods, and a goddess of female fertility, motherhood, and generation. Her name means "flow" and "ease." As the wife of Kronos (Time), she represented the eternal flow of time and generations

Hermes, god of the herds, & a Satyr | Greek vase, Athenian red figure amphora