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The Goddess

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Branch of Hinduism worshipping the demigods. What a beautiful belief and what a beautiful placebo!

The Goddess Returns

Ixcacao is the Mayan Goddess of the Cacao tree and the chocolate that is made from the the fruit of that tree. She had humble, but honorable origins as an ancient fertility goddess. She was an Earth Goddess in a matriarchal society where women gathered the crops and saw to it that everyone was fed. Banishing hunger and providing for the safety and security of Her people was Her Divine responsibility. - Ixcacao Mayan Goddess of Chocolate

Larunda’s themes are earth, home and ghosts. Her symbols are stoves or ovens, soil or clay. Lara is one of the Roman Goddesses of earth and the home. She is also the mother and guardian to ghosts, or lares, who reside in the hearth and protect the family. Traditionally, today is a festival day, Larentalia.

Hekate: goddess of the crossroads, the queen of witches, the ruler of the heavens & the underworld,. vast knowledge. She is a liberated woman, free from all male-created bonds.

LADA - Slavic mythology by Igor Ozhiganov. Goddess Lada. Lada is the name of a Slavic deity of harmony, merriment, youth, love and beauty.

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Eudora is the Greek goddess of heavy rain. Her name means "well gifted". She is one of the Hyades. Five nymphs that are also the constellation Hyades. the Hyades and Pleiades are two constellations called "bringers of rain" The arrangement of the stars forms the Greek letter Upsilon. "Y" (Painting is Turquoise' by iphigen)

In Inuit mythology, Akna ("mother") is a goddess of fertility and childbirth.

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In Norse mythology, Vár (Old Norse, meaning either "pledge" or "beloved") is a Goddess associated with Oaths & Agreements.

Erwin Olaf: The Siege and Relief of Leiden 2011

Nane was an Armenian pagan Mother Goddess. She was the Goddess of War, Wisdom, and Motherhood, and the daughter of the supreme God Aramazd. Nane looked like a young beautiful woman in the clothing of a warrior, with spear and shield in hand, like the Greek Athene, with whom she was identified in the Hellenic period.

SEAT OF THE GODDESS- “Asherah “– Tree Goddess of Hebrew and Arab culture. “AISH” = FIRE, (hebrew). “Aishah” = Woman, (hebrew.) “Fire woman of the ‘Burning Bush’”, the Tree of Life. “URA” – the inner ‘Awakened fire serpent’. Trees pulse in rhythm with the Stars, as has been recorded Of the biological communications of wild growing trees in Their pulsing entrainment with the stars in the constellation ‘Ursa Major’

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UNELANUHI Cherokee Goddess of the Sun, her name meant "apportioner", she who divided time into units. The world had no sun, so opossum was sent to get one but burned its tail; vulture tried, burning its feathers. Finally, Spider Grandmother wove a web that caught Unelanuhi, the sun, and the people had warmth.


Wohpe : Lakota mythology. Wóȟpe is a goddess of peace, the daughter of Wi and the Moon, Haŋhépi-Wi. She was the wife of the south wind. When she visited the Earth, she gave the Dakota Indians (Sioux) a pipe as a symbol of peace. Later, Wóȟpe became the White Buffalo Calf Woman. An alternative name for Wóȟpe is Ptehíŋčalasaŋwiŋ. The name Wóȟpe means meteor and she represents peace, harmony, meditation and the cycles of time. Her sacred stone is turquoise

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In Roman mythology, Juturna was the ancient Goddess of Springs, Rivers, Aqueducts and Fountains. By Janus, the God of Beginnings and Endings, She was the mother of Fontus, God of Fountains. As a water Nymph, She was also worshipped as a Goddess of Healing. Her name means 'to help'. She is the patroness of all who work with water.

Thousands of years ago, ancient civilizations turned to the heavens, marveling at their wonders. The ancient priestesses worshiped various goddesses and often linked their goddesses with planets in the sky, which they considered to be “wandering stars.” Art: "The Remembering and The Becoming"

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    Hi Amanda. I wish to correct your comment for this work of art. It is entitled: "Goddess of the Night" by my sister, Lisbeth Cheever-Gessaman at She Who Is. (You can find her here on pinterest, and on facebook). Isn't it truly beautiful? She creates the most exquisite art. Thank you for allowing me to give her due credit.

Eudora is the Greek goddess of heavy rain. Her name means "well gifted". She is one of the Hyades. Five nymphs that are also the constellation Hyades. the Hyades and Pleiades are two constellations called "bringers of rain" The arrangement of the stars forms the Greek letter Upsilon. "Y" (Painting is Turquoise' by iphigen)

Huldra (or Skogsrå as she’s called here in southern Sweden) appears in old Scandinavian folklore as a seductive forest creature, the Lady and ruler of the forest. The huldra is stunningly beatiful, but if you saw her from behind you could see she is hollow with a hole in her back, just like an old tree. She also has an animal’s tail, in Norway it’s a cow’s tail, but in Sweden it is usually a fox’s tail.

Huldra | Huldra Art

Hulder, from Scandi folklore: a wild forest woman. Hulder is also used as a collective name for the underground. The wood nymph is beautiful, with an animal tail or sometimes a hollow back. She is known to entice men, and marries often with people.

Kupala (pronounced koo-PAH-lah) is the Slavic Goddess of Water, Herbs, and Magic. Her festival takes place on the day of the summer solstice. Her worshipers bathed themselves in rivers and springs on this day to purify themselves. They also brought offerings of flowers, which they set adrift on the rivers. Another means of purification was jumping through bonfires built in Kupala’s name. Her name means “to bathe”.

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.

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Yemaya is the Afrocuban spelling of the Yoruba Orisa Yemoja. Goddess of the Ogun River and all waters, especially the sea, her name comes from the Yoruba “Yeye emo eja” and means: “Mother whose children are the fishes”. She represents motherhood, nurturing, healing. She is bountiful and plenteous, full of selfless generosity. Normally gentle and calm, her anger is swift and terrible like a tsunami. She is the Mother of the world and sustains all living things.

Amphitrite - Goddess Queen of the Sea; Her name means 'all encircling' which is the sea that surrounds the earth. She has called 'The Embracer That is the Sea'.

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Lamia- often associated with Medusa or Lilith, she was a snake goddess from Crete who ruled the Underworld. She was changed by patriarchal Greeks into a nightmare goddess who stole children and sucked their blood. She is associated with the Inner Labyrinth, the menstrual cycle and understanding Kundalini energy

Abnoba, Gaelic Goddess of the Hunt. As a Gaulish/Brythonic Goddess, she was worshipped in the Black Forest area, beside river banks, in the shrines devoted to her and atop the mountains within the Black Forest. She is the protector of woods, springs, rivers and wild animals.Deities similar to Abnoba are Arduinna which is a Gaelic Goddess, Dziewona in Serbian, Aranyani in Hindu, Silvanus in Northern Italian and Yobin-Pogil in Siberian.

Oya’s themes are justice, tradition, zeal and femininity. Her symbols are fire, water and the number 9. A Yoruban mother Goddess and spirit of the river Niger, Oya flowers with us through the last day of January, strengthening our passion for and appreciation of life.

Goddess Oya | Journeying to the Goddess