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Cerridwen: Goddess Symbols, Correspondences, Myth & Offerings – Spells8

Cerridwen

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Rhiannon is the epitome of powerful, confident feminine energy. Besides being known for her beauty and influence, she is also considered generous, kind, and just. She is affiliated with horses, birds, and dogs. // #DivineFeminine #Goddess #Welsh #Celtic #Queen #Fertility #Otherworld #Moon #Dreams #Magick
Rhiannon is a beautiful woman from the Welsh Otherworld, often seen riding a white horse. Her name is pronounced REE an-on and she appears in the mediaeval Welsh tales The Mabinogi of Pwyll Prince of Dyfed and The Mabinogi of Manawydan ap Llyr. The best way to connect with Rhiannon, like any deity, is through her mythology, epithets and symbols. Click for offering and ritual ideas, and tales featuring the goddess Rhiannon, and how to worship Her in your personal pagan (or Wiccan) practice.

Rhiannon

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Nyx is a powerful and mysterious goddess in Greek mythology, associated with the night, darkness, and everything that lies hidden. She is a complex and multifaceted deity, with a rich history and a wide range of symbolism and associations. In this lesson, we will explore who Nyx is and how she can be honored and invoked in modern Neopagan practice. Nyx is an ancient Greek goddess of the night. She is one of the primordial deities who emerged at the dawn of creation.
Nyx: Goddess Symbols and Worship of the Goddess of Night – Spells8

Nyx

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This Norse demigoddess is often linked to other underworld goddesses such as Kali & The Morrigan. Although she could be cruel, Hel took special care of the souls of the elderly, children, & mothers who died in childbirth. // #divinefeminine #goddess #norse #underworld #afterlife #reveal #hidden #truth #death #magick

Hel

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The virtue, beauty, and power of female deities have long been celebrated since ancient times and in the present day. If you’re curious about who Gaia is and what makes her so special keep reading for an in-depth view of the myth and worship of Gaia, Goddess of Earth. Gaia is her poetic name, in daily worship the Goddess was typically called “Ge”. In ancient times, Gaia was mainly worshiped alongside Goddess Demeter and her cult was widely domestic, extended among the countryside.
Symbols of Gaia Planet Earth: Gaia is considered the Life Force of the Earth whose essence keeps it alive. Goddess Gaia is usually depicted by the planet Earth. The fertile and bountiful landscape of the world that we live in is the embodiment of the Goddess and so it is used to symbolize her. Gaia Statue: Visionary artist and Neopagan Oberon Zell created this design in 1998 as a portrayal of Gaia, a Goddess for the New Millennium... Click the image to continue reading
The Witch of the Forest ☾ on Instagram: “Happy Sunday!! 💜✨I hope you’re having a good weekend so far! I love these stunning goddess paintings created by @waterofwhimsy! 😍 Which…”

Gaia

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charmingly antiquated - abbietheowl: Some Egyptian Goddesses Greek...
Isis: Goddess Symbols, Correspondences, Myth & Offerings – Spells8
Throne, Sistrum rattle, Knot of Isis, Cow horns & Sun disk, Wings. The best way to connect with Isis, like any goddess or god, is through her mythology, epithets and symbols. Here’s a summary of the most important myths featuring the goddess Isis, and how to worship Isis in your personal pagan practice. Isis’ wings are a symbol of her resurrective power, who fans her wings to give breath back to her dead husband, Osiris.

Isis

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July 12th through 14th is the Feast of the Moon!    This event honors moon goddesses the world over, including Ixchel. The only surviving myth about her is that she and her husband had 13 children, and two of them went on to create the heavens, the earth, and all of its inhabitants.    #divinefeminine #goddess #mayan

Ixchel

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There is a divine goddess that brings luck and blessings and is followed by many people in various parts of the globe. The goddess is known as Fortuna (Latin) or Tyche (Greek). In this post, let's take a look at how to worship the goddess Fortuna, as well as some of her symbols and correspondences. What is the symbol of the goddess Fortuna? Fortuna’s major symbols include the wheel of fortune, a ship’s rudder, ears of wheat, a rotating globe, and the cornucopia or horn of plenty. Click to read
April 5th is the anniversary of the founding of the Temple of Fortuna Publica ("Good Luck of the People") in ancient Rome! Regular citizens made offerings here to win her favor and improve their fortunes. // #divinefeminine #goddess #fortuna #roman #tyche #greek #fortune #luck #fate #magick

Fortuna

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Hestia by George O'Connor
"[square print of \"Hestia Icon\" watercolor and digital artwork on 80 lb. photo paper, signed, and packaged in water protective slip for shipping] *Note that the watermark will be removed in print, but is visible in product images to protect from art theft."

Hestia

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Morrígan: Goddess Offerings, Signs, Symbols & Myth – Spells8

The Morrigan

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Symbols of Bast She was represented in the form of a domestic cat, or as a woman with a cat’s head, who always carries an ankh (Egyptian cross of life) or in other cases a sistrum (musical instrument) because she especially liked that the humans will dance and play music in his honor. The domestication of cats first occurred in Egypt about 4,000 years ago, in conjunction with the religious cult of Bast/Bastet. The Egyptians buried mummified cats with the dead symbolizing the protection...

Bastet

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Brigid

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charmingly antiquated — abbietheowl: The Greek Goddesses of Mount Olympus
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Demeter

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Freyja: Goddess Symbols, Correspondences, Myth & Offerings – Spells8

Freya

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Hera

Hera

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Athena

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Although originally a goddess unto herself, in later years Selene became associated with Artemis and Hecate, who together represented three phases of the moon: waxing, full, and waning. // #divinefeminine #goddess #moon #selene #luna #moonmagick #cycles #greek #transformation #magick

Selene

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Artemisa o Diana
Johanna Polle – Illustration

Artemisa

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Persephone is the Queen of the Underworld in Greek mythology. Daughter of Demeter (Mother Earth) and Zeus (King of Olympus), she keeps the secrets of the dead and was known among the Romans as Proserpina. The myth of Persephone is traditionally told around Samhain by Neopagans, and is also popular in mainstream society. Persephone and her mother Demeter (Goddess of the fertility of the Earth) represent Nature, with its powers of transformation and its cycles. Persephone is also called ‘Kore'
The Eleusinian Mysteries were a yearly festival which represented the myth of the abduction of Persephone from her mother, in a cycle with three phases: the descent (loss), the search, and the ascent, with the main theme being the ascent of Persephone and the reunion with her mother, symbolizing death, regeneration, and the immortality of nature. Symbols of Persephone include the pomegranate, the torch, seeds of grain, flowers and spring. Learn more about Goddess Persephone, click on the image

Persephone

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Afrodita

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Goddesses

Hecate

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Athena/Minerva: Goddess of War, Arts and Wisdom
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Artemisa o Diana
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How to Start Working With a Goddess or God
For Pagan Beginners: How to Start Working with a God or Goddess
A-Z Gods and Goddesses & Plant Associations: A Reference & Guide
A-Z Gods and Goddesses & Plant Associations: A Reference & Guide
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a woman with long curly hair and flowers in her hair is featured on the cover of demeter's goddess of corn grain and the harvest
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charmingly antiquated — abbietheowl: The Greek Goddesses of Mount Olympus
the cover to nyx's goddess of the night, featuring an image of a woman with stars on her head
Celtic Mythology, Norse Mythology, Norse Goddess, Celtic Goddess, Norse Pagan, Celtic Deities, Irish Goddess
Johanna Polle - Fine Pagan Art
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The Morrigan~By Johanna Polle
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Johanna Polle - Fine Pagan Art