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Goddesses Goddesses from around the world.
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Britannia

Britannia

Britannia, Goddess personifying Britain, first struck on british coins by the Romans.

Added: 28/02/2003

Ceres

Ceres

Roman; Goddess of the Harvest, proctectress of all the fruits of the earth. Corn Goddess from Campania, assimulated to the Greek Demeter. Also known as Ceres Legifera 'the lawgiver', it is said that her priestesses were the founders of the Roman legal system.

Added: 02/10/2001

Cerridwen

Cerridwen

CARIDWEN / CERIDWEN Welsh Goddess. Goddess of nature. Death, fertility, regeneration, inspiration, magick, astrology, herbs, science, poetry, spells, knowledge.

Added: 30/09/2001

Cotytto

Cotytto

A Greek, Thracian, Corinthian and also Sicilian fertility Goddess, worshipped with licentious rites. (See also Demeter and Cybele)

Added: 22/09/2001

Creiddylad

Creiddylad

CREUDYLAD / CORDELLIA Welsh Goddess. Connected with Beltane, often called the May Queen. Goddess of summer flowers, love.

Added: 30/09/2001

Crone, The

Crone, The

Known in all Celtic regions. One aspect of the Triple Goddess. She represents old age or death, winter, the end of all things, the waning moon, post-menstrual phases of women's lives. All destruction that precedes regeneration through her cauldron of rebirth.

Added: 30/09/2001

Cybele

Cybele

Great Mother

Goddess of fertility, caverns and mountains, walls and fortresses, nature, and wild animals. The celebration of the death and return of Attis, processions of joyful worshipers danced through the streets and then attended ceremonies at Cybele's temple.

Added: 28/08/2008 20:54:00

Damara

Damara

Damara, British fertilty Goddess associated with the month of May.

Added: 28/02/2003

Danu

Danu

Irish Mother Goddess, whose immortal people were called the Tuatha D Danann, (folk of the God, whose mother is Danu - Robert Graves - The White Goddess pg 45.) (See also Dana, Anu, Dn, Danae.) Mother of the Gods, Great Mother, Moon Goddess. Patroness of wizards, rivers, water, wells, prosperity and plenty, magick wisdom.

Added: 30/09/2001

Diana

Diana

Roman; Moon Goddess and Goddess of the Hunt. Diana is many faceted. She is a seductress (as she enchanted her brother Lucifer to beget Afadia in the form of a cat) as well as a mother figure for Witches.

Added: 30/09/2001

Druantia

Druantia

All Celtic regions. Mother of the tree calendar. Fertility, passion, sexual activities, trees, protection, knowledge, creativity.

Added: 30/09/2001

Dryads

Dryads

Greek; feminine spirits of the trees.

Added: 30/09/2001

Elaine

Elaine

Welsh Goddess. Maiden aspect of the Goddess.

Added: 30/09/2001

Epona

Epona

Britain, Gaul. Goddess of fertility, maternity, protectress of horses, horse breeding, prosperity, dogs, healing springs, crops.

Added: 30/09/2001

Erce

Erce

Erce is the old english name for Mother Earth.

Added: 28/02/2003

Eriu

Eriu

(Err-i-oo) / ERIN Irish Goddess. One of three queens of the Tuatha Da Danann.

Added: 30/09/2001

Flidais

Flidais

Irish Goddess of forests, woodlands and wild things.

Added: 30/09/2001

Flora

Flora

Roman; Goddess of the Spring and Birth. For beautiful flowers, babies, and all bounties of Mother Earth.

Added: 30/09/2001

Fortuna

Fortuna

Roman; Goddess of Fate, good and bad. Known as Fortuna Primigenia, 'first mother' or 'first born'.

Added: 02/10/2001

Freya

Freya

Scandinavian; Moon Goddess and wife/lover of Odin. Also commander of the Valkyries.

Added: 30/09/2001

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