Throughout the ages woman from all walks of life have captivated, created, destroyed and evolved-people worshiping or quivering at their feet. The ability to capture hearts, create worlds, destroy fears and evolve into magical spirit, the time of the woman has come back into the forefront of our world. The world is in desperate need of nurturing, of guidance, of love. The following is a list of just a few of the Goddesses from folklore, Greek mythology, Hindu Mythology, New Orleans magic and more. Let's follow the lead of these magical woman to find our truest and greatest selves, together.
Aphrodite-Greek Goddess of love, physical attraction, gracefulness and pleasure. Anat-Egyptian Goddess of war and sacrifice, honored protector, agent of vengeance & fertility. Arianrhod-Celtic Goddess of fertility, rebirth & the weaving of cosmic time & fate. Also a star & moon Goddess. Artemis-Goddess of the wilderness, fertility, the hunt and wild animals, also Goddess of childbirth. Athena-Goddess of wisdom, craft and war; known for her calm temperament, she represents reason, art & literature. Cerridwen-Welsh medieval enchantress, the Goddess of rebirth, transformation and inspiration. Circe-Greek Goddess of magick, master of herbs and daughter of Helios. Nymph, sorceress, witch. Demeter-Greek Goddess of harvest and agriculture, rules over the fertility of the Earth. Durga-The Great Mother, the protectress. Call on her for strength, protection, grace under pressure & challenges. Eos-Goddess of the dawn, a seductress or enchantress. Use to remind you about relationships, what's your true intention? Flora-Roman Goddess of flowers, fertility and springtime, a symbol for nature. Freya-Goddess of love & war, sex, happiness, divination, presides over both life and death, divination. Gaia-Greek Mother Earth, of all life she created herself out of primordial chaos. Harmonia-Greek Goddess of harmony and concord and peace. Hekate-Dark moon goddess of the crossroads, of life & death, fertility, vengeance, justice & wisdom. Isis-Egyptian Goddess of magic- provides fertility, heals the sick, known as the ideal mother, goddess of children. Juno-Roman protector, goddess of the Gods, protectress of women Kali-Empowerment, freedom, fearlessness & fierceness. True warrior Goddess cuts away fear, ignorance, greed & delusions Kuan-Yin/Kannon-East Asian bodhisattva associated with compassion, the Goddess of Mercy. Lakshmi-Goddess of wealth, beauty, health, fertility and happiness. Connect with inner knowledge & find gratitude. Lilith-Said to be Adam's first wife, refused to be subservient to him & treated like an equal. Night spirit, sexual desire. Ma-Ku-Chinese Goddess of springtime, Great Mother, success, purification, fertility, motherhood, healing, enlightenment. Marie Laveau-New Orleans Voodoo Queen who worked to heal the sick, right the wronged & to free slaves. Minerva-Roman Goddess of wisdom, poetry, medicine, crafts, creativity and magic. Her sacred animal was an owl. Oshun-NIgerian ancestral spirit; controlling water, honey love, money or anything that flows. Rules beauty & prosperity. Ostara-Germanic Goddess of Spring. Potential, rebirth, compassion, awakening and personal growth. Parvati-Hindu Goddess of live, devotion, divine strength and power she's represented as beautiful & benevolent. Persephone-Greek Goddess of the Underworld and spring. Mother Demeter mourned her kidnapping, creating Winter. Sarasvati-Goddess of creativity, knowledge & intuition. Represents, music, the arts, eloquence and power. Selene-Greek Goddess of the moon, mother aspect of triple Goddess. Represents the Moon Herself, teacher of magicians. Shakti-Great Hindu Goddess, the original creator, sustainer & destroyer of the universe, creative energy of consciousness. Tara-Tibetan female bodhisattva, she's the mother of liberation, represents the virtues of success, peace and protection. Triple Goddess-3 female figures- Maiden, Mother & Crone, representing 3 phases of a woman's life, phases of the moon Venus-Roman Goddess of love, sex, beauty, fertility, victory and prosperity.