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Maria Parascheva saved to May
The virtue, beauty, and power of female deities have long been celebrated since ancient times and in the present day. Gaia is one of the most well-known Goddesses to ever exist and the epic tale of her being is now more popular than ever. If you’re curious about who Gaia is and what makes her...
Heather McGuire saved to mindfulness
There is a movement by modern women in the metaphysical community to reclaim feminine power and embrace the goddess within, but what does this really mean and how can it be accomplished?
Evie by the Sea saved to Crystal goddess
Deep in Irish mythology lies the covert ancient Goddess Danu. Believed to be one of the oldest Celtic deities, she is the Goddess of the earth and the moon, fertility, wisdom, wealth, abundance, wind, and water. She is also seen as the Mother Goddess, having birthed all things and being the Divine Mother to the...
Nichole Forbes saved to Pagan Craft
All about the Greek Goddess Selene and how to work with Selene in your witchcraft practice (Greek Deity)
BlaZenGage saved to Selene
What Kind of Woman Are You According To the Month In Which You Are Born? The birth month can determine the person’s character and it affects everything, from attitude to career. Hence, it can...
Elise FrenchFries saved to Celtic
Isis is one of the most prominent Egyptian deities. While she was not widely worshiped initially, she eventually rose to prominence and, along with Osiris (her brother and husband), became the most widely worshiped of the Egyptian gods. Even during the conquest of Egypt by the Greeks during the Hellenistic period, the goddess’ presence was...
Marlene Robinson saved to Sagittarius Season
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...
JoJo McCaskill saved to Tattoo