Gods Goddesses Legends Myths: The #Goddess Lilith is the primal feminine aspect of dark sexuality. She is the mythological first wife of Adam, who refused to be subservient to his authority and had a preference for being "on top." In a rage, she spread her wings and flew away from the Garden of Eden. She has been demonized as a succubus, stealing the lives of children and seducing men in the night. She has become a symbol of the independent woman who refuses to submit to the control of men.
In Aztec mythology, Metztli (also Meztli, Metzi) was a deity of the moon, the night, and farmers. They were probably the same deity as Yohaulticetl and Coyolxauhqui and the male moon god Tecciztecatl; like the latter, they feared the sun because they feared its fire. Also referred to as the lowly deity of worms who failed to sacrifice themselves to become the sun, and became the moon instead, their face darkened by a rabbit. #myth
The Star Goddess: The Realm of the Goddess is far-reaching and mirrors the principle of “as above, so below”. She is the holder of the earth and its life and her reach extends into the heaven’s and beyond. In her form as the Star Goddess she is all inclusive and mistress of all the heavenly bodies, affecting not only the tides, as in the form of the Moon Goddess but space, time and matter.
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