A Greek spirit of the acanthus flower. She was once a nymph loved by the sun-god and upon her death was transformed into the sun loving plant.
Consort of Aprhodite. Also another name for "Lord." In Phoenician his counterpart is Astarte. A vegetation God. Roman counterpart is Venus.
She was the sun's daughter, and like her sisters Circe and Pasiphae, a hypnotically beautiful woman, so beautiful that when the earthborn Titans attacked the gods of Olympus, the eath mother Gaia place Aega in a cave to hide her shimmering beauty.
One of the three Furies. the Greek goddess of war and death.
An early Greek goddess, daughter of the sun.
Greek sea-goddess. Owner of the caves under the sea where she stored precious jewels.
One of the Danaids, she was an early earth goddess after whom a fountain was named.
She who rises from the waves, the sea-born Greek goddess of sexuality.
A Greek personifcation of the abstraction 'necessity', of that force of destiny preceived in most cultures as female.
Greek. Her name translates as "ruler of men" and "human sacrifices". Some consider her to be a personification of the moon, constantly under seige by the demon of darkness. She may have been a pre-Hellenic moon-goddess.
"She who sends up gifts" of food plants.
A Phrygian earth goddess much like Demeter who had a daughter, Axiocersa.
Another name for Hera meaning "flowering one."
Guardian of Isis. Jackal-headed God of Protection.
Goddess of passionate, sexual love. She will assist in pulling loving energy toward yourself.
Passion, lust, emotions, desire. He is the Sacred Bull whose line continued even when that of the Pharoahs failed.
Twin brother of Artemis. God of the Sun, Light and the Arts.
His mate is Tiamat.
Queen of the Witches, daughter of Diana. An extremely powerful entity and a protectress of Witches in general.
The Greek goddess of justice, teacher of the hero Hercules. She has no real legendary background.
Cretan goddess who was once worshipped exclusively by women. She was the goddess of the underworld and of germination. A vegetation goddess.
Goddess of the stars and reincarnation. Call on Her to help with past life memories and difficulties as well as for contacting the Star People.
Greek virgin Goddess of the Moon.
Fertility Goddess. She will assist in bearing children or having a magnificent garden.
"The impassable one", a pre-Hellenic divinity of mountainous Arcadia. She was probably originally the death-goddess whom no one can outrun.
She was the Greek embodiment of folly, moral blindness, infatuation and mischief.
Goddess of the City Lindos. She embodied the reproductive energies of the harvest.
Warrior Goddess and Protectress.
Known as a Greek goddess but was originally a Minoan or Mycenaean household goddess. She is the guardian ruler of the home. Goddess of domestic crafts.
Egyptian. Intuition, magick, animalistic mind. Bast has the head of a cat and like a cat sees in the dark, She sees both the future and the past. She is the keeper of secrets and hidden things and the Cat is Her sacred animal.
Greek goddess of belly laughter.
Warrior Goddess and Protectress. She is also a Triple Goddess. Call on Her to help protect your children in a tough situation.
Pre-Hellenic goddess who was the personification of the force of instinct.
Pre-Hellenic Walnut tree goddess
Goddess of artistic inspiration.
Greek goddess of violent death.
Goddess of the Harvest.
Celtic. God of prosperity. His head is topped by a most attractive set of antlers. God of nature, the hunt, and of the harvest. Horned God and Consort of the Lady. Also Kernunnos.
Moon and Harvest Goddess … associated with the Dark Mother aspect of the Crone.
The pre-Greek Great Goddess Hera in her third aspect, the old wise woman.
"Green," a name for Demeter.
A pre-Hellenic water goddess.
Thracian goddess of sexuality.
May have been the original name of the earth mother Gaia.
Another form of the corn goddess Demeter.
Earth Mother archetype. Good when birthing or small children are involved. She is worshiped in fireless sacrifices, demanding all offerings in their natural state. Honeycombs, unspun wool, unpressed grapes, and uncooked grain were laid on her altar.
Moon Goddess and Goddess of the Hunt. She is a seductress as well as a mother figure.
Orignally an important goddess of inspiration and sexuatlity of pre-Hellenic Greece.
Pre-Hellenic goddess of the waters.
Feminine spirits of the trees.
An Aegean birth-goddess and a spinner who created life's thread.
The Greek goddess of Dawn. An Aegean birth-goddess and a spinner who created life's thread.
God of Romance and Passionate Love.
Known as the "kindly ones", they were the early Greek goddesses of the underworld who pushed edible plants through the ground as gifts to humanity.
The "wide-eyed one", the moon-goddess after whom the subcontinent of Europe is named. She was originally the mother goddess of Crete.
She is the most ancient of greek goddesses. She rose naked from the primordial chaos and instantly began to dance; a dance that seperated light from darkness and sea from sky.
Goddess of Spring and Birth.
Goddess of Fate.
Moon Goddess and wife/lover of Odin. Commander of the Valkyries.
In the beginning, the Greeks said, there was only one formless chaos: light and dark, sea and land, blended in a shapeless pudding. Then chaos settled into form, and that form was the huge Gaea, the deep-breasted one, the earth.
A minor Greek sea-goddess.
Originally the goddess who served ambrosia and nectar at Olympian Feasts.
Goddess of Unity. Daughter of Aphrodite (love) and Ares (war).
Innocence, faith, purity, youth. He is Horus the Child also known as the "God of Silence".
Goddess of the terrifying whirlpools of the sea.
Protectress of Women in Business. Protection, sustenance, motherhood. Hathor is the wife of Horus and her name means "House of Horus". She is shown with the head of a cow because she is the eternal mother and guardian of mothers.
A young spring goddess whose name translates "the downy one."
Queen of the night. The moon goddess in her dark form. She is the queen of death and rules the magickal powers of regeneration. Moon Goddess as in Crone or Dark Mother.
An ancient goddess of the soil.
Goddess of Marriage, of women and their sexuality.
A Greek hearth goddess symbolizing family unity.
She was originally a goddess of pre-Hellenic Olympia honored annually in secret rites of women.
Title of Demeter as bringer of favorable weather.
Head of a Falcon and body of a man. God of the all-seeing eye and healing. Attainment, fruition, man, humanity, the present as the fruits of the past. Because he defeated Set who slew his father Osiris, Horus holds the title "Avenger". Horus is a warrior, aggressive and dynamic. He is the the God of Spring who vanquishes winter and avenges the Summer that slain by winter.
God of Marriage and Commitment. His counterpart is Dionysus.
Greek goddess of healing.
Goddess of nurturing energy.
Goddess representation of the Mother.
Greek goddess of peace. She was worshipped with bloodless sacrifices.
The Greek rainbow goddess.
Egyptian. Represents the Complete Goddess or the Triple Goddess connotation in one being. Manifestation, nature, law, ethics, love, solidification, magick. Isis governs the forces of creation. She gives form to the formless and therefore rules over all processes of birth. Her name means "throne" and She is the source of all creative power.
The Greek goddess of vice.
Creative/Destructive Goddess. Protectress of abused women. Kali-Ma should be called if a woman is in fear of physical danger.
Lady of the wild things.
Greek maiden goddess. She represents the youthful earth, the fresh season of buds and flowers, and the fragrant breezes of springtime.
Soulmate and Brother of Diana. Father of Aradia. God of the Sun and Light.
Goddess of Justice and Divine Order. She is the true balance of any situation. Be sure your own slate is clean before you call upon Her.
In Greece, she was the "grandmother," "midwife," or "wise-one". Originally she was the goddess of the night sky.
Greek goddess of the underworld.
Goddess of mint plants.
The oldest of Greek goddesses, her name means simply "mother" and survives in the of Demeter.
Sun God and bringer of Light. A soldier's God.
Mycenaean goddess of memory.
Greek goddess of memory.
A Homeric goddess of fate.
Celtic. Goddess of Water and Magick. She was also doubled with The Lady of the Lake. (Though, this deity has different attributes, she might be the same being as The Morrigan, below.)
The Morrigan(Morrighan, or Morrigu)
(Irish) High Queen and goddess of the Tuatha Dé Danann. As Macha she was goddess of war and fertility who could take the shape of a crow. As Badb (Nechtan) she was the water-god whose sacred well was a source of knowledge. As Neman (Nemhain) she was the goddess of war and battle.
Goddesses of Inspiration who vary in number depending upon the pantheon used.
Celtic. Goddess of panic.
Once a goddess who tormented those who broke the social rules that Themis represented.
Egyptian. Goddess of Surprises, Sisters and Midwives. Fragmentation, dispersion, fermentation and disassociation. She is the co-equal of Her sister Isis. Her name means "Lady of the House". Nephthys rules over all breaking-up processes; she returns forms to formlessness.
The three sisters of the Wyrd. Responsible for weaving fate - past, present, and future.
Counterpart of Freya. This is the God who hung on the Tree of Yggdrasil to obtain second sight. His familiars are the Raven and the Wolf. In his youth he is depicted as a terrible God, in his old age as a God of Wisdom and psychic sight.
Artemis in Sparta was the "upright one" or "she who causes erections," a thirsty goddess particularly pleased with blood and semen released by the young male initiates whipped at her shrines.
Egyptian. Counterpart of Isis. Over-all God form including vegetation and after-life. Brother of Seth and Nephthys. Father of Horus. God of the flood. King of the gods. God of the lower world. God of agriculture, law and learning. Over-all God form including vegetation and afterlife.
God of Nature and the Woods, Laughter and Passion. Also music and personal abandon.
A Greek goddess who was originally "rich in gifts", the "all-giver," the earth in female form, endlessly producing food for people and animals.
"Light-bearer" or "destroyer". An early Greek moon goddess.
Greek. Goddess of the Underworld as well as Harvest. Daughter of Zeus and Demeter. Goddess of the Underworld. Wife of Hades, who abducted her.
Goddess of seduction and persuasion.
Goddess of righteous punishment.
God of the Sea. His familiars are dolphins and horses.
Greek goddess of vengeance and enterprise who punishes evil actions and rewards the good.
Expert craftsman and designer. God of creative enterprise with the hands.
A Cretan goddess, the great mountain mother, the earth who gave birth to the creatures of her wild and fruitful surface.
Goddess of the Moon and Solutions. Appeal to Selene to bring a logical answer to any problem.
Consort of Kali. God of the universal cycle of birth-death-rebirth. Shiva can be both kind and terrible.
Initiation (feminine), generation, growth. She is the Goddess of the Dog Star, which heralded the flooding of the Nile by its appearance. She is always nude for She keeps no secrets from her followers. SPES: An early Cretan goddess, she was the ruler of the underworld and of death's cousin, sleep. Her plant was the poppy.
An early Cretan goddess, she was the ruler of the underworld and of death's cousin, sleep. Her plant was the poppy.
An early Greek goddess of light.
The most ancient pre-Hellenic sea goddess.
Pre-Hellenic goddess of light, mother of dawn and the luminaries.
God of Sky and Thunder.
God of Reincarnation. Also a Moon God and favorable to science and wisdom.
Age, wisdom, responsibility, maturity. He is the Elder Horus.
Women warriors who carried the souls of men slain in battle to heaven.
Goddess of Love and Romance.
Goddess of Fire.
A Goddess Prayer
Updated: October 25, 2000.