Cerridwyn, Ceridwen, Cyrridven, Caridwen, Kyrridwen Cerridwen is a Welsh goddess of inspiration, wisdom, rebirth, transformation and prophecy. She is known as the keeper of the cauldron of knowledge, the mother of transformation and change, and the white lady of inspiration and death. Cerridwen holds great power and knowledge and is often described as a croneContinue reading “Cerridwen, Keeper of the Cauldron”
Dana, Anu, Ana, Anann, Danand, Dôn (Wales), Danuvius (Roman), Duna (Hungarian), Donau (German) Danu is an ancient Irish triple goddess who is considered the “Great Mother” of Ireland. She is the Mother of the Irish gods and faery people, the Tuatha Dé Danann , which literally means the “People of the Goddess Danu”. Danu means knowledge, wisdom,Continue reading “Danu, Great Mother”
Morrígu, Morríghan, Morrígna, Morgan, Badb, Macha, Nemain, Anand, Fea The Morrígan is a Celtic goddess of war, death, battle, strife, sovereignty, rebirth, fate, prophecy and magic. She is also known as The Great Queen, Phantom Queen, Specter Queen, or Supreme War Goddess. The Morrígan is associated with the sometimes frightening aspects of female energy andContinue reading “The Morrígan, Great Queen”
Bastet, Baast, Baset, Ubasti, Pasch, Pasht, Ailuros, Aelurus A popular ancient Egyptian feline goddess. Patron of the sun, the moon, lions, cats, women, sex, fertility, passion and secrets. Also associated with perfume and protective ointments. Bast is also known as a war goddess, protector of the lands. Originally, Bast was viewed as a fierce lioness,Continue reading “Bast, Goddess of Cats”
Hel (Hella) is the Norse Goddess of the dead and underworld, ruler of the Land of Mist. Her name is thought to mean ‘hidden’, ‘to conceal’, or ‘to cover up’. To say to “go to Hel” is to die, as described in the ancient Norse manuscripts, Poetic Edda, Prose Edda, and Heimskringla.
Áine of Knockainy, Ain Cliach, Ain of the Light, Áine N’Chliar, Ain Cliar the Bright Áine (ON-ya) is an Irish Goddess of summer, love, protection, fertility, wealth and sovereignty. In her role of Moon Goddess, she guards livestock, crops, and cattle. In her role as Sun Goddess, she could take the form of ‘Lair Derg’, a redContinue reading “Áine, Faery Goddess”
Nyx, the Greek goddess of Night, is one of the first-born elemental gods. These primeval gods also include Earth (Gaea), Air, Sea, Sky, Fresh Water, Underworld, Darkness, Night, Light, Day, Procreation and Time.
Gaea, Gaiea, Ga, Ge Gaia is a primordial Greek goddess, representing the Earth. The Greek word for ‘land’ is ‘ge’ or ‘ga’. Gaia’s other names include Mother Earth, the Deep-Breasted One, or Great Mother of All.
Persephone is a Greek vegetation goddess, daughter of Zeus and the harvest goddess Demeter (Roman Ceres). Also known as Kore or Proserpina, she was also Goddess of the Underworld.
Isis is a popular Egyptian goddess, tied to nature, magic, fertility, motherhood and family. She is also seen as a goddess of rebirth, reincarnation, and protector of the dead. Her other names include Divine Mother, Mistress of the West, Queen of the Earth, Lady of Truth, Giver of Life, and Mistress of the Tomb ofContinue reading “Isis, Divine Mother”