Rhiannon – Goddess of Horses and The Other World

Attributes: Goddess of horses, birds, spells, instinct, fertility, The Other World and death Symbols: White horses and fairies Place: Europe The fairy queen, Rhiannon, is a great Goddess of the ancient Britain mythology. She is a Goddess who uses her powers for self-love and love for others, making hearts shine as an example of true …

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Gwenhwyfar – Goddess of Sovereignty and Judgement

Attributes: Great virginal Goddess of sovereignty and fertility, Goddess of the earth, dawn and spring, guardian of the passage between the worlds Symbols: Lilly Place: UK Long before she appeared in the Arthurian legends, Gwenhwyfar or Guinevere, Ginevra, or even Jennifer was summoned by the Celts to bring fertility to the earth and take souls …

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Goddess Morrigan – Goddess of Battles and Life Cycle

The Goddess Morrigan is a Celtic Goddess of many names. She is the Goddess of Battles and Goddess of Life Cycle. She is sometimes called Morrigu, Morrighan or even Morgaine. It is even believed that she is Morgana Le Fay, from the myth of King Arthur, but no historian was capable of proving it. The Goddess Morrigan is associated with destiny, being …

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The Zorya – Guardian Goddesses who prevent the Final Judgement

Attributes: Protection, death, rebirth, wisdom, mysticism, magic Symbols: Stars, carriages, horses Place: Russia Slavic mythology tells that three Goddesses (sometimes only two) protect the universe against the final judgment. They are The Zorya (or Zarya, Zvezda or Zwezda), also known as Auroras. The three Goddesses serve the Sun God Dažbog, their father. The Zorya of …

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Goddess Chang'e - Chinese Goddess of the Moon and Contemplation

Ch’ang-O – Goddess of the Moon and Contemplation

Attributes: Goddess of the Moon, courage, power and fertility Symbols: Moon, pearl, rabbit Place: China Unlike many Goddesses and Gods who personify elements of nature, Ch’ang-O (or Chang’e) does not personify the Moon. She has it as an abode and because of this she is sometimes called the Moon Woman. This story from the Chinese …

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Pomona – Goddess of Gardens and Fruits

Attributes: Goddess of gardens, orchards, and fruits Symbols: Pruning knife, fruit in general (especially the apple) Place: Rome Honored every year when autumn came, the Goddess Pomona was responsible for the transformation of flowers into fruits in ancient Rome. Typically she is represented as a young woman with fruit and a pruning knife in her …

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