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Aoife - a fierce Scottish Warrior Goddess; She was called the Princess of the Isle of Shadow. She was a Celtic queen associated with Scotland. The Goddess they believe in ^^

"The sacredness of life can be revered in one meal by realizing the interconnections that underlie it. We can acknowledge and honor those web-like tendrils of connectivity through the act of gratitude, grace, intention, and prayer." - Deanna Minich   (Art by Mara Berendt Friedman)

"The sacredness of life can be revered in one meal by realizing the interconnections that underlie it. We can acknowledge and honor those web-like tendrils of connectivity through the act of gratitude, grace, intention, and prayer." - Deanna Minich (Art by Mara Berendt Friedman)

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Arianrhod - Moon Goddess of Wales; She is the Mother aspect of the of the Triple Goddess.

“Arianrhod’s themes are the arts, magic, manifestation and rebirth. Her symbol is a silver wheel (spinning tools i.e. shuttle, yarn). In Welsh tradition, this is the Goddess of the &#8…

“Arianrhod’s themes are the arts, magic, manifestation and rebirth. Her symbol is a silver wheel (spinning tools i. In Welsh tradition, this is the Goddess of the &

In Sumerian mythology, Nammu was the primeval sea that gave birth to An (heaven) and Ki (earth) and the first gods, representing the Apsu, the fresh water ocean that the Sumerians believed lay beneath the earth, the source of life-giving water and fertility.

In Sumerian mythology, Nammu was the primeval sea that gave birth to An (heaven)…

Om Shreem hreem saraswati Namaha. Deep bows to the goddess of the creative spirit. May I embody your divine essence to create & share my gifts with the workd.

In Hinduism, Saraswati is the goddess of knowledge, music, arts and science

☆ Hygieia » Greek goddess of healing, and good health. She is often portrayed with snakes who are symbols of transformation and rebirth. She is part of the Spiral Dance Collection which portrays the goddesses as a mix of human features and expressions of energy, which flow out from their hands and feet as spirals. She is faceless so that each individual can imagine the features that they need to see in order to have a personal connection with her .:¦:. Artist Megan Welti ☆

The Spiral Goddess. The spiral is one of the oldest and most widely acknowledged of the sacred symbols, representing the life force, the path in which energy moves and the creative power in each of us.

Olokun-Yemaya

Olokun – The Yoruban Goddess of the Deep Dark Sea

Yemaya means “Mother Whose Children are the Fish” to reflect the fact that her children are uncountable. She also rules over maternity in our lives as she is the Mother of All.

Arianrhod Statue - Her silver wheel transforms the heavens and fate. Arianrhod is a Goddess of challenge and transformation. Her name translates to "Silver Wheel", which we equate with the moon and stars and their cycles of change in the heavens. Her Twin Sons, Dylan and Llew, that she mysteriously bore, were given considerable obstacles to overcome by their Mother, who understood that attainment and status must be achieved by learning and effort.

Arianrhod Celtic Mother Goddess statue by Maxine Miller in cold cast bronze. With her twin sons Dylan and Llew, she guides fate with her silver wheel.

fabionardini:  Vanth, Etruscan goddess associated with death  |  Via pin de Doug Hanson

Vanth is an Etruscan goddess of the Underworld whose presence indicates recent or impending death. Sometimes her wings are painted with eyes, perhaps to represent all-seeing and inevitable death.

GODDESS of the DAY: Arianrhod

GODDESS of the DAY: Arianrhod

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