The Goddess: This section discusses some of the more well known and not so well known Goddesses from around the world; including Diana, Isis, Hathor, Uma, Selene, Andraste, Arianrhod and some lesser known British Goddesses.
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Aspects of the Goddess

Aspects of the Goddess

Aspects of The Goddess

A Goddess is a Divine female being of supernatural powers or attributes, believed in and worshiped by people and is often believed to be the source of life and being and worshiped as the principal deity in various religions.

The White Goddess

I, who existed before the universe came into being,
I, who will exist after the universe has ceased to be,
I, who bear witness to the rebirth of all things,
I, who all things come from and return to,
I, The White Goddess, have unveiled the mysteries.

The following essays discuss in more detail some of the aspects and the divine nature of the Goddess. This is not a complete list, but covers some of the more well known, and some not so widely known Goddesses from civilisations around the world.

Aspects of the Goddess »

Diana - Goddess Of The Hunt

Diana - Goddess Of The Hunt

Diana, Roman Goddess of the Hunt, her Greek counterpart is Artemis, from whom she acquires some of her aspects.

Diana - Goddess Of The Hunt »

Hathor - Eye of Ra

Hathor - Eye of Ra

Hathor, was the daughter of Re, the Sun God, and was at times known as the "Eye of Re", and identified as an avenging deity in the form of a lion called Sakhmet.

Hathor - Eye of Ra »

Anuket - Goddess of the Nile

Anuket - Goddess of the Nile

Anuket (Anqet, Anukis, Anket, Anjet) was a Goddess and personification of the Nile in Upper Egypt around the Aswan area.

Anuket - Goddess of the Nile »

Selene - Goddess of the Moon

Selene - Goddess of the Moon

Selene - The Radiant - Goddess of the Moon. According to the poet Hesiod, Selene was the daughter of Hyperion and Theia, sister of Helios, the Sun and Eos the Dawn.

Selene - Goddess of the Moon »

Arianrhod - Goddess of the Silver Wheel

Arianrhod - Goddess of the Silver Wheel

Celtic Moon-Mother Goddess. Called the Silver Wheel that Descends into the Sea. Daughter of the Mother Goddess Don and her consort Beli. She is ruler of Caer Sidi, a magical realm in the north.

Arianrhod - Goddess of the Silver Wheel »

British Goddesses

British Goddesses

Little is known of Coventina other than that she was a purely local British goddess of some importance. Arnemetia was a Romano-Celtic water goddess whose 'Sacred Grove' was at Buxton Springs in England.

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Isis - Goddess Of The Throne

Isis - Goddess Of The Throne

Isis, was for almost 3,500 years, the principle Goddess of Egypt. She was the wife and sister of Osiris and the mother of Horus.

Isis - Goddess Of The Throne »

Uma - Lady of the Mountains

Uma - Lady of the Mountains

Uma - Lady of the Mountains is an ancient Mountain-goddess, who shows us how to balance our many aspects. Beautiful and benignly powerful, she is also known as Parvati, the consort of Shiva.

Uma - Lady of the Mountains »

Nerthus - Earth And Fertility Goddess

Nerthus - Earth And Fertility Goddess

Nerthus - Earth And Fertility Goddess: It was believed that Nerthus intervened in human affairs and rides through the lands of her people.

Nerthus - Earth And Fertility Goddess »

Andraste - The Warrior Goddess

Andraste - The Warrior Goddess

Andraste - The Warrior Goddess: The patron Goddess of the Iceni tribe. Andraste is a warrior goddess, the goddess of victory. Her name means the invincible one.

Andraste - The Warrior Goddess »

Bat - Cow Goddess of Egypt

Bat - Cow Goddess of Egypt

Bat - Ancient Egyptian Cow Goddess. Goddess of 7th Nome of Upper Egypt known as the 'Mansion of the sistrum'. Hut, Hut-Sekhem (Diospolis Parva, Hiw) Known as the City of Sistrum.

Bat - Cow Goddess of Egypt »

Goddess Glossary

Goddess Glossary

The Goddess Glossary is a list of Goddesses from around the world, covering some well known and no so widely known Goddesses.

Goddess Glossary »

Magic Folk

Magic Folk

Magic Folk »

Aeclectic Tarot

Aeclectic Tarot

Aeclectic Tarot »

Magical Times Magazine

Magical Times Magazine

Magical Times Magazine »