Goddess Itzpapalotl  

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ITZPAPALOTL (pronounced its-pah-pah-LO-tl) is the Aztec Goddess of fire. Her name means either "obsidian butterfly" or "clawed butterfly", which may refer to the fact that she is sometimes depicted with bat wings. Her wings are made from obsidian, a black stone that was used for knives. Itzpapalotl rules over Tamoanchan, a paradise where the first humans were created, and where the souls of stillborn babies and women who died in childbirth went.

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Monthu  

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Monthu was a falcon-god, of war. Monthu's name, shown in Egyptian hieroglyphs to the right, is technically transcribed as mntw. Because of the difficulty in transcribing Egyptian, it is often realized as Menthu, Montju, Ment, Month, Montu, Monto, Mentu, Mont or Minu'thi. Monthu was an ancient god, his name meaning nomad, originally a manifestation of the scorching effect of the sun, Ra, and as such often appeared under the epithet Monthu-Ra. The destructiveness of this characteristic led to him gaining characteristics of a warrior, and eventually becoming a war-god. When Thebes gained prominence, and thus its patron god Amun became more significant, changing his wife to Mut, Monthu was chosen as the necessary child to satisfy Mut's strong maternal desire to adopt, since he represented strength, virility, and victory. Because of the association of raging bulls with strength and war, Monthu was also said to manifest himself in a white bull with a black face, which was referred to as the Bakha. Egypt's greatest general-kings called themselves Mighty Bulls, the sons of Monthu. In the famous narrative of the Battle of Kadesh, Ramesses II was said to have seen the enemy and "raged at them like Monthu, Lord of Thebes". In Ancient Egyptian art, he was pictured as a falcon-headed or bull-headed man who wore the sun-disc, with two plumes on his head, the falcon representing the sky, and the bull representing strength and war. He would hold various weaponry, including scimitars, bows and arrows, and knives in his hands During the New Kingdom, large and impressive temples to Monthu were constructed in Armant. In fact, the Greek name of the city of Armant was Hermonthis, meaning the land of Monthu. Earlier temples to Monthu include one located adjacent to the Middle Kingdom fortress of Uronarti below the Second Cataract of the Nile, dating to the nineteenth century BCE. Mentuhotep, a name given to several pharaohs in the Middle Kingdom, means "Menthu is satisfied".

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Kali The Dark Mother  

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Kali, the dark one, the black pearl of the night, is one of India's most popular goddesses; her picture hangs in many homes, and her image is seen at virtually all of the Navratri celebrations. She is known as the Mother of eternal Time and is adorned in gold and moonhloe pearls, armed with a sword. Her temple city is Calcutta (Steps of Kali). Is she a demon or a goddess? In essence, Kali is the ultimate reality.

Kali is often depicted as the Black Goddess, the essence of all perishable things. Her blackness symbolizes her comprehensive nature. The Sanskrit word "Kali" means "time". She is the personification of time, so why should it be so surprising that she has such a terrible image? Kali's four arms represent the complete circle of creation and destruction. Her left hands which hold a sword and a demon head represent her destructive side. Her right hands represent her creative aspect.

It is very important to realize that Kali is not evil. She does not represent destruction as a negative force but as a positive grace of change. She is the Divine Mother of Protection. She takes on the personality of terror to induce fear and terrorize demons and evil, and when She takes away the darkness of the outside world, She grants illumination of the inner world. Hence, she is said to kill the ego, our attachment to pettiness. With her love we cease to react emotionally to the circumstances of life and to plan our actions out fully before acting.

Kali taches us that pain, sorrow, death, and destruction are not overcome by denying or trying to explain them away. These are inevitable parts of life that each of us must face if we hope to realize the fullness of our being and to realize our potential...we must accept these parts of our existence. Kali is our Mother because it is She who reveals to us our mortality and releases us to act fully and freely. This is the path that Kali shows.

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Changing Woman  

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"CHANGING WOMAN" IS ONE OF THE MOST REVERED DEITIES AMONGST THE NATIVE AMERICAN INDIANS. SHE IS THE GODDESS OF ALL FERTILITY, A WONDERFULLY BENEVOLENT FIGURE FOR IT IS CHANGING WOMAN WHO GIFTS THE PEOPLE WITH ABUNDANCE AND PROVIDES TEACHINGS THAT ALLOW THEM TO LIVE IN HARMONY WITH ALL CREATURES. ESTSANTLEKI, HER NAVAHO NAME, MEANS "'SELF-RENEWING ONE"' FOR SHE IS BELIEVED TO BE CAPABLE OF CHANGING FROM A CHILD TO A YOUNG WOMAN TO A CRONE AT WILL. BUT, DESPITE THIS TRAIT, CHANGING WOMAN IS NOT USUALLY CONSIDERED A TRIPLE GODDESS. INSTEAD, THIS CAPACITY FOR RENEWAL LINKS HER TO THE SEASONS. SHE IS THE GODDESS OF CYCLES--THE SEASONS, LUNAR, AND WOMEN'S MENSTRUAL CYCLES--THE CYCLICAL PATH OF BIRTH, MATURING, GROWING OLD, AND DYING ONLY TO BE REBORN AGAIN IN THE SPRING.

HER TALE IS ONE OF AN INTERESTING BEGINNING. SHE IS THE DAUGHTER OF THE FIRST WOMAN AND THE FIRST MAN, WHO, WHEN THEY FIRST CAME INTO THE WORLD, WERE FOLLOWED BY SOME HORRIBLE MONSTERS WHO HAD BEEN BORN FROM THEIR SELF-ABUSE IN THE PREVIOUS WORLD. AND, BEFORE LONG, IT SEEMS THAT THE MONSTERS HAD DEVOURED EVERYONE EXCEPT FOR FIRST WOMAN AND FIRST MAN...AND FOUR OTHERS. FIRST MAN WAS HOPING FOR THE GODS TO HELP, BUT FIRST WOMAN DOUBTED IT BECAUSE THEY DIDN'T YET KNOW WHAT PLEASED OR DISPLEASED THE GODS. SO, ONE MORNING, WHEN FIRST MAN NOTICED THAT A DARK CLOUD WAS COVERING THE CREST OF THEIR MOUNTAIN, HE VENTURED OUT TO INVESTIGATE SAYING HE WOULD PROTECT HIMSELF BY SURROUNDING HIMSELF WITH SONGS. AMIDST ALL THE THUNDER, LIGHTNING, AND DRIVING RAIN, HE MANAGED TO REACH THE PEAK OF THE MUNTAIN. SUDDENLY, HE HEARD AN INFANT CRYING, AND, DESPITE THE BLINDING STORM, HE DISCOVERED A SMALL PEICE OF TURQUOISE IN THE FORM OF A FEMALE. HE PICKED IT UP AND TOOK IT TO FIRST WOMAN, INSTRUCTING HER TO CARE FOR IT.

AND, IN DURING A RATHER ELABORATE CEREMONY, A FEMALE BABY WAS CREATED FROM THIS SMALL PIECE OF TURQUOISE; THIS BABY WOULD BECOME CHANGING WOMAN. AND, THE INFANT GREW INTO ADULTHOOD IN FOUR DAYS. AND, WHEN SHE CAME OF AGE, A CEREMONY, WHICH IS CALLED KINAALDA TO THIS DAY, WAS HELD IN ORDER THAT SHE WOULD BE ABLE TO BEAR CHILDREN. AND SHE MATED WITH THE SUN AND BORE TWIN SONS WHO FOUGHT THE MONSTERS AND SLEW THEM, BUT THE EARTH HAD FEW PEOPLE LEFT. CHANGING WOMAN BRUSHED THE DUST FROM HER BREAST, AND FROM HER RIGHT BREAST CAME A WHITE FLOUR, AND FROM HER LEFT...A YELLOW MEAL...WHICH SHE MIXED WITH WATER TO FORM A PASTE. AND OUT OF THIS PASTE SHE CREATED MAN AND WOMAN WHO REPRODUCED IN PLENTY SO THERE WERE ENOUGH PEOPLE TO POPULATE THE WORLD. AND, WHEN SUN CAME TO HER AND ASKED HERT TO GO TO THE WEST WITH HIM SO THEY COULD BE TOGETHER EACH DAY AFTER HIS LABORS, SHE REFUSED AND EXPLAINED THAT SHE IS OF THE EARTH AND MUST CHANGE WITH THE SEASONS.

KINAALDA CONTINUES TO BE THE INITIATION CEREMONY OF NAVAJO WOMEN. AT THIS TIME, THE INITIATE TAKES IN THE POWER OF THE CHANGING WOMAN SO THAT SHE MIGHT LEARN THE VALUES OF LOVE, HOSPITALITY, AND GENEROSITY...AND TO KNOW THAT SHE HERSELF IS A SOURCE OF FOOD AND HARMONY. AND THE SONGS THAT WERE SUNG FOR CHANGING WOMAN RAN ARE STILL SUNG TODAY FOR YOUNG WOMEN AT THEIR PUBERTY CEREMONIES. CHANGING WOMAN REMAINS THE IDEAL FOR WHICH ALL WOMEN STRIVE. SHE SHOWS US THAT IT IS POSSIBLE TO FIND NEW WAYS OF BEING WHEN WE FEEL STUCK IN OUR ROLES OR RELATIONSHIPS. WE ARE ABLE TO CHNGE.

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Khumban  

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Khumban is the Elamite god of the earth. He is associated with the Mesopotamian deity Enlil. Khumban was the consort of the mother-goddess Pinikir. Several Elamite kings, mostly from the Neo-Elamite period, were named in honour of Khumban.

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Lord Rama  

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Lord Vishnu incarnated as Lord Rama,the human incarnation killed demon Ravana ,showed righteous path to the human beings to live like.Lord Rama has ruled for 11,000 yrs.

By reading the the great ramayana,one can achieve wealth,health,and much more goodness from Lord Rama.

Lord Rama has got divya astra-shastras by which even all the people in world can be killed , and there is no one in the world or any where in any loka as great as Lord Rama.No one has powerfull strength as Lord Rama ,and more n more.


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Greek Goddess Aitna  

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AITNA (pronounced AYT-nuh) is the Greek Goddess of Mount Etna in Sicily. She is the daughter of Gaia, Goddess of the earth, and Ouranos, God of the sky. Aitna arbitrated between Demeter, Goddess of the earth's bounty, and Hephaistos, God of fire and smithcraft, in their dispute over who would rule over Sicily--Demeter wanted the island for its fertile lands, and Hephaistos wanted it for its volcanic activity. She eventually decided to give the island to the Greek people and they colonized Sicily, erecting many temples to both Demeter and Hephaistos. Aitna also became the mother of the nymph Thaleia by Hephaistos; Thaleia would later have an affair with Zeus and give birth to the Palikoi, twin Gods of geysers and oaths. Aitna's name is also seen as AETNA.

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Greek Goddess Eileithyia  

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EILEITHYIA (pronounced ay-lay-THWEE-uh) is the Greek Goddess of childbirth. A daughter of Zeus and Hera, she is also ruler of the pain and length of labor. It appears that there were originally two Eileithyiai--one to hasten birth and one to delay it--but they were eventually conflated into one Goddess. Two of the more important births involving Eileithyia (and her jealous mother Hera) are those of the twins Artemis and Apollo and of the hero Herakles. When the Goddess Leto was about to give birth to Zeus's children Artemis and Apollo, Hera kept Eileithyia from hearing her cries and attending the birth. The Goddesses who were helping Leto eventually sent Iris, Goddess of rainbows, to find her, and when Eileithyia landed on the island of Delos where Leto was, the birth finally began. In the birth of Herakles, Hera had Eileithyia sit with her legs and arms crossed while his mother, Alkmene, was in labor. When Alkmene's maid Galanthis noticed what Eileithyia was doing, she deceived the Goddess by declaring that Alkmene had already given birth to a fine son. Eileithyia jumped up and, with her binding actions ended, Alkmene was able to deliver Herakles. For her trick, Eileithyia turned Galanthis into a weasel. Due to her importance in the lives of everyday women, there were many temples erected in Eileithyia's honor across the Greek world. Eileithyia's name, which means "reliever," is also seen as ILITHYIA, ELEITHYIA, EILETHYIA, ELEUTHYA, ELEUSIA, ELEIUTHYA, EILEITHEIA, and EILEIONEIA, and the epithets GENETYLLIS (procreating), LYSIZONA (loosening), and EUKOLINE (content) were used for her.

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Goddess Horo Mana  

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HORO MANA is the Hopi Kachina of winter (and bad hair days). She participates in the ritual of the Powamu or bean dance, accompanying her grandson, Nuvak'china, who brings the cold winter winds. Horo Mana carries a comb made of yucca that she uses to mess up people's hair, the way the wind messes with hers. Her name, which means "comb hair upwards maiden," is also seen as YOHOZRO WUHTI ("cold bringing woman") or MASSAN WUHTI ("motioning woman").

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Turkish Goddess Umai  

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Umai was a female Deity associated with benevolent deities and spirits. She was considered to be a favourite wife of the Sky God, Tengri. Like Yer-Sub, Umai obeyed Tengri. If Yer-Sub ruled over all the living on land and water, Umai was the giver of special divine powers to mankind. Umai lived in the skies and radiated down to the Earth. Her rays penetrated man and dwelled in him like a spark until he died. This spark accounted for man's vital energy and physical force, but it was not Kut (spirit). It was rather a divine power linking man to the heavens, sent by Tengri. Once the spark perished, death followed. Thus, everything spiritual and physical in our Universe was subject to two Goddesses, Yer-Sub and Umai. The Turks did not sacrifice domestic animals to the Goddess Umai, but dedicated carefully prepared dairy and meat dishes in solemn ceremonies. Umai protected the Turkish tribes and participated, together with Tengri and Yer-Sub, in the victory of their forces over an enemy. In the Orkhon Inscriptions honouring Tonyukuk we read: "Tengri, Umai and Sacred Yer-Sub, it should be known, gave (us) victory." In the inscriptions there is also a comparison of the Khagan's wife to Umai: "...Her majesty, my mother Katun, is comparable to Umai..." This testifies to the reverence of this Goddess by the highest ruling classes, especially the representatives of divine authority on Earth, the Khagans.

After the disintegration of the ancient Turkic states and the migrations of the ancient populations of Eurasia, the Goddess Umai began to be considered only as a protector of pregnant women and small children, from malevolent earthly spirits. The reverence to Umai (Ymai, Mai) remained fresh in the memory of the Altai until recent times. Today, some Altai testify that when the Kut of a child reaches the Earth, he is weak and helpless, and therefore Umai descends with him from the heavens, and guards him even in the womb. This is necessary, for the malicious spirits penetrate the body and the womb of the pregnant woman, ruining the child and causing abortion. As delivery approaches, Umai helps the child arrive, entering sometimes in a struggle with a malicious spirit, who interferes with the delivery and pulls at the child. This is how late and difficult deliveries are explained. Umai helps to properly cut the umbilical cord.

She protects the child, educates and talks to him, for they understand each other well. When a child cries during a dream and sleeps restlessly, Umai is said to have left him. Many families make a small bow and arrow (boys) or spindle (girls), to serve as talismans. These amulets are attached to the dwelling near the cradle. They are made when the newborn is first placed in the cradle and removed when the child no longer needs it. On the child reaching the age of six months, a Kam is invited for a special ceremony to Umai-Ana (Mother Umai), involving the sacrifice of a young bull. During this they ask Umai to safeguard and protect the baby. A talisman is attached to the cradle, i.e., a small bow and arrow, symbolising the weapon Umai uses against malicious spirits. The complete care and the constant presence of Umai near the child continues until he learns to walk, run, understand speech and speak fluently. This happens at approximately 5-6 years. When the child becomes accustomed to his social environment, especially his parents, relatives and later his playmates, his connection with Umai-Ana ends.6 When a child reaches this stage, a special ritual is performed for Tengri, which involves the sacrifice of a domestic animal. Appeals are made for the child’s longevity. The name Umai also referred to the womb, placenta and cut umbilical cord. This underlined Umai’s functions as a Goddess of reproduction. It was to Her that barren couples prayed for a child.7 These concepts are not alien to both modern Altai-Sayan Turks and Mongols. Some still believe that Umai remains in the umbilical cord to protect the child. The umbilical cord may be buried near the hearth. The modern Volga Tatars do not revere Umai, but she is remembered in the pre-Islamic Tatar dastans (poetic tales) and legends, in their language and customs.

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Goddess Belit Seri  

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BELIT-SERI is the Akkadian Goddess who served as scribe of the underworld. She kept records of human activities so that she could advise Ereshkigal, Goddess of the underworld, when it came time to judge their souls. Belit-Seri is married to Amurru, the God of the nomads. Her name means "lady of the desert", and is also seen as BELETSERI, BELET-SERI, BELIT-SHERI, and BELIT-TSERI.

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Goddess Kolyada  

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"KOLYADA" IS A RUSSIAN GODDESS OF THE WINTER SOLSTICE. THROUGHOUT EASTERN EUROPE, SHE IS CELEBRATED AS THE "GODDESS OF TIME". HER NAME IS RELATED TO THE WORD "WHEEL". SHE IS BELIEVED TO BE THE GODDESS OF THE "WINTER" AND THE "EARTH", BUT SOME SAY SHE REPRESENTS THE "GODDESS OF THE SUN." IT IS SAID THAT, AS THE DAYS BEGIN TO GROW LONGER, "KOLYADA" ENTERS HER SLEIGH AND DRESSED IN ALL OF HER FINERY, SPEEDS HER HORSES TOWARD THE SUMMER.

SHE IS THE DARKNESS THAT GUIDES THE SPIRIT INTO THE LIGHT, AND DECEMBER 24TH WAS SACRED TO HER AND SONGS WERE SUNG IN CELEBRATION OF THE RENEWED LIFE OF THE SUN AFTER THE "WINTER SOLSTICE". SONGS WERE SUNG IN CELEBRATION OF THE RENEWED LIFE THAT SHE BRINGS AFTER THE WINTER SOLSTICE. WITH THE ADVENT OF CHRISTIANITY, THIS FESTIVAL BECAME BLENDED WITH THE CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION UPON THE ADVENT OF CHRISTIANITY, AND SONGS ARE STILL TO BE HEARD AT THAT TIME CONTAINING THE NAME OF THE GODDESS:

"KOLYADA! KOLYADA! "
"KOLYADA HAS COME."
"WE WANDERED ABOUT,"
"WE SOUGHT HOLY KOLYADA IN THE COURTYARDS."

THE ABOVE WAS VERSE WAS SUNG BY THE YOUNG PEOPLE WHO, IN THE OLD DAYS, ESCORTED FROM HOMESTEAD TO HOMESTEAD A SLEIGH IN WHICH SAT A GIRL DRESSED IN WHITE--REPRESENTING THE BENEFICENT GODDESS. NOWADAYS TMOST OF THESE SONGS HAVE FALLEN INTO DISUSE IN MANY PLACES OR ARE KEPT UP ONLY BY THE CHILDREN WHO GO FROM HOUSE TO HOUSE CONGRATULATING THEIR INHABITANTS ON THE ARRIVAL OF "CHRISTMAS".

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Goddess She Who Heals  

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There are many goddesses who are associated with healing, and the healing waters, trees, and shrines. We light candles in their honor and pray to them to help us maintain our health and for the well-being of our friends and family. We make pilgrimages to their places of veneration, and often, these places are sites that are associated with miracles, and the landscape itself appears to be imbued with healing energies. The short tale below is the story of Mella, an African healing Goddess.

The Goddess Mella from Zimbabwe is invoked for both healing and for courage. The tale goes that her father became very ill and dying a slow death,; there was no one who was able to help him. Mella could not just sit back and watch her father die so she sought out the Moon Goddess to ask for her help. The Moon Goddess advised her that she must seek out the most dangerous of creature, the Python Healer, if she had any hopes of helping her father. Mella was terrified of this, but she was also a very brave young Goddess, and went to the Python Healer's cave and pleaded for his help. He then wrapped himself around her, and She carried him off to her father who was then cured.

Mella then carried the Python Healer back to his cave. He invited her to step inside before she left, and when Mella entered the cave, She saw the most amazing jewels and riches...more than she had ever seen in her young life. The Python Healer then told Mella she may choose what she wanted as a gift for herself for not so many were as courageous as she. Mella asked huim to choose for her, and he picked out a beautiful necklass with a moon pendant. And, eventually, when Mella became the Queen, She had a statue carved of the Python Healer and had it placed in a prominent position in the village.

The above tale illustrates selflessness and the overcoming of a great fear in order to bring about healing and change. Whenever you need healing in your life, meditate on the story of Mella.

"SHE WHO HEALS"
"MOTHER, SING ME A SONG"
"THAT WILL EASE MY PAIN,"
"MEND BROKEN BONES,"
"BRING WHOLENESS AGAIN."
"CATCH MY BABIES"
"WHEN THEY ARE BORN,"
"SING MY DEATH SONG,"
"TEACH ME HOW TO MOURN."
"SHW ME THE MEDICINE"
"OF THE HEALING HERBS,"
"THE VALUE OF SPIRIT,"
"THE WAY I CAN SERVE."
"MOTHER, HEAL MY HEART"
"SO THAT I CAN SEE"
"THE GIFTS OF YOURS"
"THAT CAN LIVE THROUGH ME."

"(UNKNOWN)"

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Goddess Morningstar  

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MORNINGSTAR is the Wakaranga Goddess of plant life. When the Creator first created the earth, he created one man, Moon, and sent him to live on the earth. Moon was lonely, because there was no other life on the earth, so the Creator sent him Morningstar to be his wife for two years. Morningstar brought fire with her to the earth, and shared it with Moon. After they made love, Morningstar gave birth to all of the plants of the earth-grasses, trees, flowers, vines, and shrubs. The trees grew so high that they touched the sky and caused the clouds to release their rain for the first time. Morningstar and Moon lived happily for their two years together, until it was time for Morningstar to return to the heavens. Moon missed her so much, that the Creator sent him a new wife, Eveningstar, Goddess of animal life.

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Greek Nymphs Heliades  

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Ancient sources vary in the number and names of the Heliades--I've gone with the list given by Hyginus in "Fabulae."

The HELIADES (pronounced hel-EE-a-deez) are Greek Nymphs, the seven daughters of Helios, God of the sun, and the Okeanid Klymene. Helios and Klymene also had a son, Phaethon, who begged his father to let him drive his sun chariot. When Helios reluctantly agreed, Phaethon lost control of the horses and drove too close to the earth, scorching it. Zeus struck him down with a thunderbolt to stop the destruction, and Phaethon fell to his death in the River Eridanos. His sisters, the Heliades, gathered there to mourn him, where Zeus turned them into poplar trees. The trees cry still, in golden drops of sap that turn to amber when they fall. The names of the seven Heliades are AETHERIE (also seen as AETHRIA; means "clear sky"), AIGLE (also seen as AEGLE; means "radiant"), DIOXIPPE (means "horse-driving"), HELIE (also seen as HELIA; means "of the sun"), LAMPETIE (also seen as LAMPETIA; means "shining"), MEROPE (means "face-turned"), and PHOIBE (also seen as PHOEBE; means "bright").

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Goddess Watamaraka  

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WATAMARAKA is the Zulu Goddess of evil. She once placed a curse on the Goddess Marimba so that none of her husbands would live longer than three months after marrying her. Watamaraka lives in the Land of Darkness and mated with Burumatara, a beast resembling a cross between a bull and a crocodile but as large as an elephant, to produce all of the demons. When she is called to the Temple of Evil, a flash of lightning and a clap of thunder precede her appearance. Watamaraka is described as being bronze or golden in appearance.

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Goddess Chekechani  

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CHEKECHANI is the Anyanja Goddess of the morning star. The Anyanja people of Malawi say that she is one of the wives of the moon God--his other wife, Puikani, is the Goddess of the evening star (although sources disagree over which is the morning star and which is the evening star). The moon God lives with Chekechani for two weeks, during which time she neglects to feed him and he wastes away to nothing. When he goes to live with Puikani for the following two weeks, she feeds him very well and he grows back to his full self.

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The Crone  

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"I AM THE SILENCE OF MIDNIGHT, AND BLACK VELVET SKIES."
"I AM THE SHADOW OF VISION THAT TEMPERS YOUR EYES."
"I AM THE DARKNESS OF SECRETS THAT DRAW THE VEIL THIN,"
"THE COLDNESS OF WINTER THAT SHAKES ON YOUR SKIN."
"I AM GRANDMOTHER, WEAVER, ENCHANTRESS AND CRONE."
"THE KNOWLEDGE OF JUSTICE THAT STRIKES AT THE BONE."
"DESTRUCTION IS MINE WHEN ITS TIME COMES TO BE:"
"DEATH TO THE LIVING, WHO ALL COME TO ME."
"MINE IS THE HAND OF THE SPINNING OF FATES."
"MINE IS THE PASSAGE BETWEEN LIFE'S FRAGILE GATES."
"I AM THE GIVER OF MAGICKAL SIGHT,"
"THE SLIGHT SLIVER OF WANING MOONLIGHT."
"I AM THE BRANCH OF AGELESS WORN TREES."
"HEAR MY VOICE AND KNOW ME!"
"I AM THE RAVEN THAT FLIES THROUGH THE WOODS,"
"BLACK SILKEN WINGS OPENED UP TO THE SKY!"
"BEARER OF CLOSURE, COMPETITION, AND TRUTH"
"DREAMSCAPES AND BANSHEE AM I!"
"MINE IS THE WISDOM THAT COMES IN THE DARK."
"MINE IS THE DYING THAT CALLS TO YOUR FLESH."
"MINE ARE THE HIDDEN REMAINS OF YOUR HEART."
"MINE IS THE MIST THAT WILL TAKE YOUR LAST BREATH."
"GIVE UNTO ME WHAT IS OLD AND OUTWORN,"
"ANE I WILL RETURN IT WITH NEW LIFE REBORN."
"GIVE ME YOUR SORROWS, YOUR SADNES, YOUR GRIEF."
"AND IN THE DARK HOUR, I WILL GIVE THEE RELIEF!"
"I AM THE GIVER OF DEATH AND REBIRTH,"
"MINE ARE THE LAST THINGS, BEFORE THEY ARE FIRST."
"SEE ME IN THE SHADOWS, AND IN THE DARK SEA."
"I AM THE CRONE!"
"HEAR MY VOICE AND KNOW ME!"

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Turkish Stars God  

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The Star deities influenced human happiness, wealth and cattle and each star corresponded to the Kut of a man on Earth, whose star fell to Earth on his death. A happy man, protected by fate was called ‘a man with a star’.

Timer Kazyk (Iron Stake) The Polar Star was a traveller's reference point during the night. The name Iron Stake was probably given due to its seemingly static position. Two close stars moved around it like horses on a cord tied to a stake and were named ‘Two White Horses’. The Polar Star was also called ‘The Smoke Hole of the Sky’, which acted as a passageway between worlds.

"There was a time when the Sky and Earth were in disorder. The Sky pressed on the Earth, which fragmented. Great Chaos came upon the Universe. The Black Storm grasped the Earth and the ashes of it were mixed with the clouds, whilst thunder roared, lightning flashed and hailstones fell the size of ducks' eggs. People, animals and birds perished and only groans were heard upon the Earth. Fear, confusion, suffering and grief reigned. Mountains moved, rivers overflowed, fire destroyed forests and steppes. The moon, sun and stars lost their orbits and were swept into chaotic spinning. Chaos and disaster reigned for three years, until the Lord of the Sky, Tengri, in great anger hammered a Golden Stake into the Universe. This secured the Sky and Earth and became an axis to the world, which guides the path of the moon, sun, stars and comets. The end of this staff is seen at the night and was named Timer Kazyk."

The Seven Elders (Ursa Major) They were offered kumyz, milk and animals. The Seven Elders kept a kidnapped daughter of the Pleiades.

Urker (Pleiades) The Turks noticed that Urker leaned towards The Seven Elders and thought that Urker pursued them to free His daughter. The Turks determined the time of night and the seasons by the Pleiades.

The Shepherd’s 'Star' (Venus) With the rising of this planet, shepherds brought herds to the aul (village) corral.

Chulpan, the Morning Star12 The Turks named children in honour of this favourite star.

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Goddess Iusaas  

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IUSAAS is the Egyptian Goddess of the female creative principle. She is the feminine counterpart of the male creative principle personified by the God Atum. One name that Iusaas acquired was the Hand of Atum-when Atum first created the world, he masturbated and formed the first Gods with the semen. The story was later changed to add the feminine role in creation. Iusaas is depicted in human form with a scarab beetle on her head, and also wears the sun disk and horns of Hathor, with whom she was later assimilated. Her name, which means "she comes who is great," is also seen as JUSAS and JUESAES.

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Goddess Gunnlod  

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IN NORSE MYTHOLOGY, "GUNNLOD, "A GIANTRESS, WAS THE GODDESS OF POETRY. SHE WAS THE DAUGHTER OF SUTTUNG, FAMED FAR AND WIDE FOR THE LOVELINESS OF HER VOICE. SHE WAS ABLE TO SING WITH SUCH A POWER AND PASSION SHE MOVED HER LISTENERS TO TEARS.

SUTTUNG KEPT HER CAREFULLY HIDDEN FROM ALL BUT THEIR KINSFOLK FOR HE LOVED HER DEARLY; IT WAS A LOVE THAT WAS TINGED WITH A GREAT SENSE OF POSSESSIVENESS. HENCE, HE CHASED AWAY THOSE WHO CAME TO CALL ON HER IN THE HOPES OF WINNING HER HAND.

SO SUTTUNG SET HIS DAUGHTER TO GUARD THE PRECIOUS MEAD, THE BREW OF WHICH WAS CONTAINED IN THREE CAULDRONS HIDDEN IN THE DEPTHS OF THE EARTH. THIS REPRESENTED THE WOMB OF GUNNLOD. BUT SHE BETRAYED HIM WHEN ODIN SEDUCED HER FOR THREE DAYS AND THREE NIGHTS EVENTUALLY STEALING THE MEAD...HER VIRGINITY.

GUNNLOD'S MEAD, OR WISE BLOOD, CONTAINED THE POWERS OF IMMORTALITY AND MAGICK AND TRANSFORMED ODIN INTO THE SUPREME GOD.

GUNNLOD SAT ME IN THE GOLDEN SEAT,POURED ME PRECIOUS MEAD:ILL REWARD SHE HAD FROM ME FOR THATFOR HER PROUD AND PASSIONATE HEART,HER BROODING FOREBODING SPIRITWHAT I WON FROM HER I HAVE WELL USED:

FOR HER PROUD AND PASSIONATE HEART,HER BROODING FOREBODING SPIRITWHAT I WON FROM HER I HAVE WELL USED:I HAVE WAXED IN WISDOM SINCE I CAME BACK,BRINGING TO ASGARD ODHROERIRTHE SACRED DRAUGHT. I HAVE WAXED IN WISDOM SINCE I CAME BACK,BRINGING TO ASGARD ODHROERIRTHE SACRED DRAUGHT.HARDLY WOULD I HAVE COME HOME ALIVEFROM THE GARTH OF THE GRIM TROLL,HAD GUNNLOD NOT HELPED ME, THE GOOD WOMAN,WHO WRAPPED HER ARMS AROUND ME.IT WOULD SEEM, FROM THIS VERSION OF THE TALE, THAT GUNNLOD HELPED ODIN WILLINGLY, AND THAT HE THOUGHT WELL OF HER IN RETURN.

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Fodla  

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F'odla (also given as F'otla, later F'odhla or F'ola), daughter of Ernmas of the Tuatha D'e Danann, was one of the tutelary goddesses of Ireland. Her husband was Mac Cecht. With her sisters, Banba and 'Eriu, she was part of an important triumvirate of goddesses. When the Milesians arrived from Spain, each of the three sisters asked the bard Amergin that her name be given to the country. 'Eriu ('Eire, and in the dative 'Eirinn', giving English 'Erin') seems to have won the argument, but the poets hold that all three were granted their wish, and thus 'Fodhla' is sometimes used as a literary name for Ireland, as is 'Banba'. This is similar in some ways to the use of the poetic name 'Albion' for Great Britain. In the Tochomlad mac Miledh a hEspain i nErind: no Cath Tailten, F'otla is described as the wife of Mac Cecht, reigning as Queen of Ireland in any year in which Mac Cecht ruled as king. The text goes on to relate that as the Milesians were journeying through Ireland, F'otla met them 'with her swift fairy hosts around her' on Naini Mountain, also called the mountain of Ebliu. A footnote identifies the Naini Mountain of Ebliu as the Slieve Felim mountains in County Limerick. The soil of this region is peaty luvisol. According to Seathr'un C'eitinn she worshipped the M'orr'igan, who is also sometimes named as a daughter of Ernmas. In De Situ Albanie (a late document), the Pictish Chronicle, and the Duan Albanach, Fotla was the name of one of the first Pictish kingdoms. The L'E Fola (CM12), a ship in the Irish Naval Service (now decommissioned), was named after her.

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Winalagalis  

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Winalagalis is a war god of the Kwakwaka'wakw native people of British Columbia. He travels the world, making war. Winalagilis comes from North (underworld) to winter with the Kwakiutl. (Locher p. 24-25) winalagalis is the bringer and ruler of Tseka (Winter Ceremonial), and imbues red cedar bark with supernatural power. Winalagalis is associated with a magical war canoe (alternately described as made of copper, a sisiutl, invisible, able to travel underground, & permanently fused with Winalagalis). He is also described as thin, tall, black, with bat-like eyes. (Jonaitis 100) Winalagalis' ceremonies include the Tuxwid and Hawinalal warrior invincibility dances, and the ma'maka (disease thrower) dance. In the Hawinalal, dancers don sisiutl girdles, are pierced through back & thigh skin with skewers, and suspended from the rafters of the plank house to demonstrate invincibility & immunity from pain (Boas, "Social Organization... ", p. 485). He is announced by whistles & bull-roarers (the voice of Winalagalis).

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Voltumna  

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Voltumna or Veltha was the chthonic (earth) deity, who became the supreme god of the Etruscan pantheon, the deus Etruriae princeps, according to Varro. Voltumna's cult was centered in Volsini a polis of the Etruscan Civilization of northwest Italy. The bond of the twelve Etruscan populi was renewed annually at the sacred grove of Fanum Voltumnae, the sanctuary of Voltumnus sited near Volsinii (present day Bolsena), which was mentioned by Livy. At the Fanum Voltumnae ludi were held, the precise nature of which, whether athletic or artistic, is unknown. In the Roman Forum, near the Temple of Castor and Pollux stood a shrine dedicated to Voltumna in the Vicus Tuscus. He was the equivalent of the Roman Vertumnus.

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Goddess Kubaba  

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KUBABA is the Hurrian Goddess of the city of Carchemish. She was usually depicted as a regal woman wearing a long robe, either standing or seated on a throne. She holds a mirror and a pomegranate, symbols of magic and fertility. She was adopted by the Hittites after the fall of the Hurrians, and eventually evolved into the Phrygian Goddess Cybebe, later known as Cybele to the Romans.

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