Goddess Kali  

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She was born on the battlefield, to kill an unstoppable foe the gods dreaded. Not only did Kali enjoy drinking his blood, she destroyed him and all other demons present. Her ecstatic dancing can get out of hand, and she even trampled her future husband.

Although connected to some dark groups such as the Thugees, she is most often seen as a loving and protective mother. Anyone can appeal to Kali for help and she will listen. Keep in mind though that if she sees a request as evil she will act against you.

That pretty necklace she always wears is made out of demon heads. But as you can see, she likes pretty flowers too. In the future her dancing is said to be set to destroy the physical world and make way for a spiritual one.

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The Charge Of The Dark Goddess  

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Listen to the words of the Dark Mother, who of old was called Hecate, Nuit, Morrigan, Banba, Erda, Macha, MotherNight, Sekhmet, and many other names:

Whenever you seek wisdom, at the time of the Darkening Moon, come together in love and trust and learn of Me, who am the Wisest of Crones...Ye who search the mysteries of the Earth, the secrets of Air and Darkness, of Blood and Fire, the silence of the uttermost stars, come unto me, and I shall whisper to you in the depths of midnight.

Ye shall approach Me in silence, and as a sign that ye are free from fear, your breast you shall bare to My blade...for fear has no place in My mysteries, and that which you seek of me will destroy you if you fear it.

For I am the dolmen arch beyond which stretch the mysteries of infinity. I am the silence before birth and after death. I am the clouded mirror in which you scry your own soul. I am mist in the twilight, the vast and starry sky of midnight, shadows on the Moon.

All things come to Me in the end, and yet I am the beginning of all. I meet you at the crossroads, I lead you through the darkness, My hand you grasp in the passage between the worlds. To those that toy with Me am I an instrument of self-destruction. yet to the true seeker do I bring knowledge beyond mortal comprehension.

Of you shall I demand the utter truth of all that you are, and in return shall I give you all that you may be, all that I am. For My wisdom is beyond the Ages, and knowledge of My Secrets is power over self, over fear, over death. Nor do I demand aught of you which you cannot give. For I am the Mother of Mysteries, and as you know Me, so shall you learn to know yourself.

" source: The Gay "

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Goddess Thisbe  

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THISBE (pronounced THIZ-bee) is a Babylonian Goddess of unrequited love. She was the fairest maiden in her village, and her next door neighbour Pyramus was the most handsome young man. They were deeply in love, but their parents forbid them to see each other. They continued to converse through a crack in the wall between their houses, and made plans to run away together.

Thisbe was the first to reach their intended rendezvous point, a white mulberry tree next to a spring just outside their village. As Thisbe waited, a lioness came to drink from the spring, her mouth dripping with blood from a recent kill. Thisbe, frightened by the lioness, ran off to a nearby cave, but in her haste she left behind her cloak, which had been a gift from Pyramus. The lioness, seeing the cloak, tossed it around in her mouth, leaving it bloody and torn.

Pyramus finally arrived at the mulberry tree, where he found Thisbe's bloody cloak and saw the footprints of the lioness. Fearing the worst, he blamed himself for persuading Thisbe to meet him alone. Pyramus took out his sword and drove it into his heart, thinking that he would meet his beloved in the next world.

In the nearby cave, Thisbe heard Pyramus cry out and rushed to his side. He opened his eyes long enough to see her, and then slipped away. Thisbe then took Pyramus's sword and stabbed herself too, so that they could be together forever. Their blood splashed on to the mulberry tree and soaked down to its roots. The berries on the tree turned red, and have stayed that way ever since.

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Goddess Zytniamatka  

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ZYTNIAMATKA is the Germanic Goddess of agriculture. Also known as DIE KORNMUTTER (the Corn-Mother) she is the ripe corn, represented by a corn dolly made from the last ears of corn to be harvested. The corn dolly was kept over the winter months and buried in the ground in the spring when the corn was planted, bringing the Goddess's blessings to the crop and ensuring its success. Zytniamatka's name, which means "corn mother," is also seen as ZYTNIA MATKA, ZIZA, and ZIZI.

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Cihuacoatl Aztec Mother Goddess  

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"CIHUACOATL" IS AN AZTEC MOTHER GODDESS, A GODDESS OF MOTHERHOOD, FERTILITY, AND MIDWIVES. SHE WAS THE PATRONESS OF WOMEN WHO DIED IN CHILDBIRTH. IN THE SWEATBATHS WHERE THE MIDWIVES PRACTICED, SHE WAS ESPECIALLY INFLUENTIAL. IT IS SHE WHO HELPED QUETZALCOATL TO CREATE THE CURRENT RACE OF HUMANITY. THIS WAS DONE BY GRINDING UP BONES OF THE PEOPLE WITH THE BLOOD OF THE OLD GODS WHO COMMITTED SELF-SACRIFICE. ALTHOUGH SHE WAS SOMETIMES DEPICTED AS A YOUNG WOMAN, CHIHUACOATL ACTUALLY HAD A FRIGHTENING APPEARANCE AND WAS OFTEN SHOWN AS A FIERCE OLD WOMAN WITH AN EXPOSED JAWBONE AND A MOUTH THAT WAS ALWAYS GAPING. (YIKES!)

HER NAME MEANT "SERPENT WOMAN. "CIHUACOATL WAS BOTH A GODDESS OF REGENERATION AND FERTILITY....AND, AS THE GODDESS OF DEATH, SHE BROUGHT MISERY AND DEATH THROUGH WARFARE AND HUMAN SACRIFICE. SHE IS ALSO THE MOTHER OF MIXCOATL...WHO SHE ABANDONED AT THE CROSSROADS. IT IS SAID THAT SHE OFTEN RETURNS THERE WEEPING FOR HER SON...ONLY TO FIND A SACRIFICIAL KNIFE. THE FOLLOWING HYMN WAS WRITTEN IN HER HONOR.

"HYMN TO CIHUACOATL"

"CIHUACOATL", PLUMED WITH EAGLE FEATHERS, WITH THE CREST OF EAGLES, PAINTED WITH SERPENTS' BLOOD, COMES WITH HER HOE, BEATING HER DRUM, FROM COLHUACAN."

". SHE ALONE, WHO IS OUR FLESH, GODDESS OF THE FIELDS AND SHRUBS, IS STRONG TO SUPPORT US."

" WITH THE HOE, WITH THE HOE, WITH HANDS FULL, WITH THE HOE, WITH HANDS FULL, THE GODDESS OF THE FIELDS IS STRONG TO SUPPORT US." WITH A BROOM IN HER HANDS THE GODDESS OF THE FIELDS STRONGLY SUPPORTS US."

" OUR MOTHER IS AS TWELVE EAGLES, GODDESS OF DRUM-BEATING, FILLING THE FIELDS OF TZIOAC AND MAGUEY LIKE OUR LORD MIXCOATL."

" SHE IS OUR MOTHER, A GODDESS OF WAR, OUR MOTHER, A"GODDESS OF WAR, AN EXAMPLE AND A COMPANION FROM THE HOME OF OUR ANCESTORS (COLHUACAN). "

"SHE COMES FORTH, SHE APPEARS WHEN WAR IS WAGED, SHE PROTECTS US IN WAR THAT WE SHALL NOT BE DESTROYED, AN EXAMPLE AND COMPANION FROM THE HOME OF OUR ANCESTORS. SHE COMES ADORNED IN THE ANCIENT MANNER WITH THE EAGLE CREST, IN THE ANCIENT MANNER WITH THE EAGLE CREST."

--From "The Sacred Songs of the Ancient Mexicans" 1890--



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Lada Goddess Of Spring  

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"LADA" IS AN EASTERN EUROPEAN GODDESS OF SPRING, THE SLAVIC GODDESS OF LOVE AND BEAUTY. SHE IS HONORED AS A DEITY OF SPRING THROUGHOUT RUSSIA, LITHUANIA, AND POLAND. SHE IS DEPICTED AS A YOUNG MAIDEN WEARING WHITE, WITH LONG GOLDEN HAIR, AND A FLOWER WREATHE CROWN. HER NAME MEANS PEACE, UNION, AND HARMONY."

SHE IS PORTRAYED AS A GODDESS WHO IS BORN AND DIES ON YEARLY BASIS; SHE HAS HER ANNUAL CYCLES. SHE IS SAID TO RESIDE IN THE UNDERWORLD UNTIL SHE RISES IN THE SPRING TO BRING FERTILITY AND GROWTH TO THE LAND, LAND AT THE END OF THE SUMMER, SHE RETURNS TO THE UNDERWORLD. SHE IS CALLED THE "MISTRESS OF THE FLOWERS". HER PLANTS ARE THE DANDELION AND THE PEONY. HER SACRED TREE IS THE LINDEN, SUPPOSEDLY BECAUSE ITS LEAVES ARE SHAPED LIKE HEARTS. HER ANIMALS ARE THE DEER, THE ANT, AND THE EAGLE.

LADA CREATES HARMONY WITHIN THE HOUSEHOLD AND IN MARRIAGES; SHE BLESSES UNIONS OF LOVE WITH PEACE AND GOODWILL. IN RUSSIA, WHEN A COUPLE IS HAPPILY MARRIED IT IS SAID THAT THEY "LIVE IN LADA. RITUALS PERFORMED IN HER HONOR ARE MOST OFTEN LINKED WITH CONTRACTING MARRIAGES AND AND CHOOSING A SPOUSE.

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Sadyojata  

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Sadyojata Sanskrit is one of the five elemental forms of 'Siva also represented as one of the five heads of five-headed 'Siva called pa~ncanana (pa~nca-vakra) 'Siva. He represents pthvi tattva (earth element) and is always worshipped for children and good health.

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The Dark Moon  

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DARK MOON, BLACK MOON, SOMETIMES CALLED LILLITH; SHE IS KNOWN BY SEVERAL NAMES. THE DARK MOON AND THE NEW MOON ARE NOT THE SAME. THE DARK OF THE MOON IS TRADITIONALLY THE LAST THREE DAYS OF THE LUNAR CYCLE AND THE TIME WHEN THE NIGHT SKY IS NOTABLY ABSENT THE PRESENCE OF THE MOON. THE NEW MOON IS THE FIRST DAY IN THE WAXING MOON CYCLE WHEN THE MOON IS A SLIVER OF WHITE IN THE SKY.

WHEN THE DARK MOON APPEARS, IT BECOMES EASIER FOR US TO SHED OUR UNNECESSARY BAGGAGE; THUS, THE DARK MOON PHASE IS FOR BANISHING NEGATIVE ASPECTS, ENERGIES, OR HABITS. IT IS A TIME TO CLEANSE OURSELVES AND CREATE SPACE SO THE NEW CAN ENTER. THE ENERGY OF THE DARK MOON SYMBOLIZES THE INNER SPIRAL OR LABYRINTH; IT IS THE PHYSICAL MANIFESTATION OF TURNING INWARD. SINCE THERE IS NO LIGHT DURING THE DARK MOON PHASE, ONE IS UNABLE TO DRAW THE LIGHT INTO THE CIRCLE, THE DARKNESS THAT ENCASES THE INNER MYSTERIES CAN BE DRAWN IN AND USED TO FIND ONE'S OWN INNER LIGHT.

DRAWING ON THE DARKNESS DOES NOT MEAN THAT YOU ARE DRAWING NEGATIVITY TOWARD YOU; INSTEAD, THE IDEA IS TO BECOME ONE WITH THE DARK IN ORDER TO DO THE WORK OF INNER TRANSFORMATION WITHOUT OUTSIDE ANY INFLUENCES OR STIMULI. ONLY THEN WILL YOU BE ABLE BANISH THE NEGATIVE BY FACING YOUR OWN SHADOW, THE DARKER SIDE OF OUR NATURE, AND TAKING RESPONSIBILITY FOR WHAT IS CONTAINED THERE. THUS, BY USING THE DARKNESS AS A PRODUCTIVE TOOL, YOU WILL GAIN A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF YOURSELF AND HOW YOU PARTICIPATE IN CREATING WHAT MANIFESTS IN YOUR OUTER LIFE.

ONE WAY TO HARNESS THE DARK MOON IS THROUGH PERFORMING A RITUAL. LIGHT A BLACK CANDLE; THEN VISUALIZE THE DIFFERENT PARTS OF YOUR LIFE THAT YOU HAVE OUTGROWN OR CAUSE YOU PAIN SUCH AS ADDICTIONS..DRUGS, ALCOHOL, OVEREATING. THROUGH YOUR VISUALIZATION, BIND THESE PARTS TOGETHER WITH LIGHT AND WATCH THIS BUNDLE AS IT MOVES TOWARD THE CANDLE. WATCH THESE OLD PARTS AS THEY ARE DEVOURED BY THE FLAME; LET THE CANDLE BURN OUT, AND TRUST THAT WHAT YOU HAVE RELEASED HAS LEFT YOU.

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Rugiewit  

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Davor (Rugiewit or Rugiwit) is a Slavic deity. In a questionable interpreatation he is seen as a local personification of the all-Slavic god of war Perun worshipped in all areas where the Slavic mythology was present. Rugiewit was worshipped by members of the Rani in Charenza in Rugia in a temple erected to this god. Rugiewit was personified as a 7-faced deity. Similarly to Svantevit he is worshipped in the nearby fortress of Arkona. Other gods worshipped in Charenza included Porenut and Porewit. In Wendish mythology the god Rugiewit is the protector of the isle of R"ugen. The god Karewit assists Rugiewit in this role. Rugiewit's name means Lord of R"ugen. He supposedly has seven heads and seven swords in his belt and the eighth sword in his hand.

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The Charge Of The God 3  

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Listen to the words of the Great Father, who of old was called Osiris, Adonis, Zeus, Thor, Pan, Cernunnos, Herne, Lugh and by many other names:

"My Law is Harmony with all things. Mine is the secret that opens the gates of life and mine is the dish of salt of the earth that is the body of Cernunnos that is the eternal circle of rebirth. I give the knowledge of life everlasting, and beyond death I give the promise of regeneration and renewal. I am the sacrifice, the father of all things, and my protection blankets the earth."

Hear the words of the dancing God, the music of whose laughter stirs the winds, whose voice calls the seasons:

"I who am the Lord of the Hunt and the Power of the Light, sun among the clouds and the secret of the flame, I call upon your bodies to arise and come unto me. For I am the flesh of the earth and all it's beings. Thru me all things must die and with me are reborn. Let my worship be in the body that sings, for behold all acts of willing sacrifice are my rituals. Let there be desire and fear, anger and weakness, joy and peace, awe and longing within you. For these too are part of the mysteries found within yourself, within me, all beginnings have endings, and all endings have beginnings."

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The World Of Gods  

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ADONIS: Greek; consort of Aphrodite. Also another name for Lord. In Phoenician, his counterpart is Astarte. A vegetation God. Roman counterpart is Venus.

ANUBIS: Egyptian; guardian of Isis. Jackal headed God of Protection. Call on him to protect both home and person.

APOLLO: Greek and Roman; twin brother or Artemis. God of the Sun, Light and the Arts.

APSU: Babylonian, is mate is Tiamat.

CERNUNNOS: Celtic; Horned God and consort of the Lady. Also Kernunnos.

EROS: Greek; God of Romance and Passionate Love.

HORUS: Egyptian; Head of a falcon and body of a man. God of the all-seeing eye and healing.

HYMEN: Greek; God of Marriage and Commitment. His counterpart is Dionysus.

LUCIFER: Italian; soulmate and brother of Diana. Father of Aradia. God of the Sun and Light.

MITHRA: Persian; Sun God and bringer of light. A soldier's God.

ODIN: Scandinavian; 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 and in his old age, as a God of wisdom and psychic sight.

OSIRIS: Egyptian; counterpart of Isis, Overall God form including vegetation and afterlife.

PAN: Greek; God of Nature and the Woods, Laughter and Passion. Also music and personal abandon.

POSEIDON: Greek; God of the Sea. His familiars are dolphins and horses.

PTAH: Egyptian; expert craftsman and designer. God of Creative Enterprise with the hands.

SHIVA: Hindu; consort of Kali. God of the Universal Cycle of birth, death, rebirth. Shiva can be both kind and terrible.

THOR: Scandinavian; God of Sky and Thunder. A kindly God of the common people including farmers and sailors.

THOTH: Egyptian; God of Reincarnation. Also a Moon God and favorable to science and wisdom.

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Goddess Darza Mate  

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DARZA MATE (pronounced DAR-zah MAH-teh) is the Latvian Goddess of gardens. Also seen as DARZAMAT, her name means Mother of the Garden--she is one of many Latvian mother Goddesses or Mates. Her name is used by a Polish black metal band, who honor her with such songs as "Secret Garden".

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Cailleach Bheur  

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This wonderful face of death hails from Scotland. She's a crone in appearance, tall and lean white a mane of white hair to die for. Her face and possibly all her skin is blue She is the bringer of snow and some say disease. One legend says she is reborn every Samhain, but this may be a more recent legend.

She is the protector of crones, so for goodness sake tolerate old people. She also works with modern pagans and can bring closure. You'll notice she carries stones in her apron, a staff which brings death or winter, and somtimes is called one-legged.


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Black Death  

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Guess what color these poor folks turned? Feared because he could outpace medical knowledge at the time. Like his brothers the black death may always come to mankind again, with no warning.

Some say he was shown as a knight to remind people of the swiftness of his travel, and his final right to all living things.


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Goddess Atalanta  

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"ATALANTA" WAS THE GREEK GODDESS OF THE HUNT. HER NAME MEANS "BALANCED." SHE WAS THE DAUGHTER OF "IASUS", THE KING OF ARCADIA AND "CLYMENE, "THE TITAN GODDESS OF FAME. GREEK MYTH TELLS HOW SHE WAS ABANDONED AT BIRTH BECAUSE HER PARENTS HAD WANTED A BOY. SHE WAS SAVED WHEN THE GODDESS "ARTEMIS" SENT A SHE-BARE TO SUCKLE HER. LATER, SHE WAS FOUND BY HUNTERS WHO TOOK HER UNDER THEIR WINGS AND TAUGHT HER THEIR ARTS, AND WHEN SHE GREW TO ADULTHOOD, IiT WAS SAID THAT SHE COULD SHOOT, RUN, AND WRESTLE BETTER THAN MOST MEN.

LIKE "ARTEMIS, ATALANTA" HAD VOWED NEVER TO MARRY, AND WOULD RACE ANY MAN WHO HOPED TO WIN HER HAND. SEVERAL SUITORS CHALLENGED "ATALANTA", BUT SHE DEFEATED THEM ALL UNTIL THE ARRIVAL OF "MELANION. " HE LOVED "ATALANTA" AND CALLED UPON APHRODITE WHO GAVE HIM THREE GOLDEN APPLES. DURING THE RACE, WHENEVER "ATALANTA" WOULD GET AHEAD OF HIM, "MELANION" WOULD TOSS ONE FORWARD. "ATALANTA" COULD NOT RESIST STOOPING TO PICK IT UP. AND BECAUSE OF THIS, SHE LOST THE RACE.

"MELANION" TOOK HIS NEW WIFE HOME, BUT WITH HIS EXCITEMENT, HE FORGOT ALL ABOUT "APHRODITE" AND THE ROLE SHE HAD PLAYED SO DID NOT PAY HER PROPER THANKS. AND SO, TO PUNISH HIM, "APHRODITE" FILLED HIM WITH DESIRE AND HE LAY WITH "ATALANTA" WHILE IN THE TEMPLE "ZEUS," AND "ZEUS", SEEING THIS PROFANE ACT IN HIS TEMPLE, TURNED THEM INTO LION AND LIONESS.

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Goddess Of The Dawn  

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"(AS EOS FIRST SPREAD HER YELLOW ROBE ACROSS THE EARTH, THUNDER-LOVING ZEUS ANNOUNCED AN ASSEMBLY OF THE GODS ON THE HIGHEST CREST OF MANY-RIDGED OLYMPUS.) HOMER'S ILIAD"

EOS WAS THE GREEK GODDESS OF THE DAWN; SHE WAS THE DAUGHTER OF THE TITANS, JYPERIOD AND THEIA AND THE SISTER OF HELIOS (SUN) AND SELENE (MOON). WHILE ALL OF THE OTHER GODS AND MORTALS WERE FAST ASLEEP, IT WAS EOS WHO ROSE AND AWAKENED THE EARTH BY MOUNTING HER CHARIOT AND RISING FROM THE EAST TO PERFORM HER DUTY OF ANNOUNCING THE APPROACH OF HER BROTHER, HELIOS.

SHE WAS AN INCREDIBLY BEAUTIFUL WOMAN WITH ROSE-COLORED FINGERS WHO WAS CROWNED WITH A TIARA AND THE LARGE FEATHERED WINGS OF A BIRD. INDEED, IT WAS THROUGH EOS THAT OUR VISION OF THE CHRISTIAN ANGELS WAS FORMED. ACCORDING TO THE TALES, SHE WAS FREE WITH HER FAVORS AND HAD MANY CONSORTS...AMONG THE TITANS AND THE MORTALS. ONE MORNING AS EOS LOOKED UPON THE EARTH, SHE SAW A YOUNG MAN, TITHONIS, JUST AWAKENING FROM HIS SLUMBER...AND IMMEDIATELY SHE WAS SMITTEN.

TITHONIS ONCE, THE TALE WAS, ROSE-ARMED DAWN,

LOVE SMITTEN, CARRIED OFF TO THE WORLD'S END.

HANDSOME AND YOUNG THEN, YET IN TIME GREY AGE

O'ERTOOK HIM, HUSBAND OF IMMORTAL WIFE.

--SAPPHO 4TH CENTURY


SHE WONDERED, THOUGH, HOW IT COULD BE BECAUSE HE WAS JUST A HUMAN...AND SHE A GREAT IMMORTAL GODDESS. SO, WHEN IT WAS TIME FOR HELIOS TO DRIVE HIS CHARIOT ACROSS THE SKY, EOS WENT TO ZEUS AND PLEADED WITH HIM TO GIFT TITHONIS WITH ETERNAL LIFE. ZEUS GRANTED HER WISH, AND EOS BROUGHT TITHONIS TO HER PALACE IN THE EAST WHERE THEY SPENT MANY HAPPY YEARS TOGETHER.

BUT, THIS WAS NOT DESTINED TO LAST, FOR ALTHOUGH TITHONIS HAD ETERNAL LIFE, EOS HAD FORGOTTEN TO ASK ZEUS FOR ETERNAL YOUTH; SLOWLY, THE PRINCE BEGAN TO SHOW THE SIGNS OF AGING. EOS WAS MORTIFIED AS HIS HAIR TURNED WHITE, AND EVENTUALLY HE LOST THE POWER OF HIS LIMBS. SHE SHUT HIM INTO HIS ROOM, BUT HIS FEEBLE VOICE COULD STILL BE HEARD. EVENTUALLY, HE GREW MORE AND MORE ANCIENT, SHRIVELING UP UNTIL ONE DAY TURNING INTO A GRASSHOPPER.

TITHONIS AND EOS HAD TWO SONS--MEMNON AND EMATHION, AND MEMNON, WHO HAD BECOME AN ETHIOPIAN KING, GATHERED AN ARMY AND WENT OFF TO FIGHT IN THE TROJAN WAR. A LONG BATTLE ENSUED BETWEEN HIM AND ACHILLES. EVENTUALLY, MEMNON FELL, AND THE TROJANS FLED IN DISMAY. EOS, WHO FROM HER STATION IN THE SKY HAD VIEWED THE SCENE BELOW, WEPT AND LAMENTED FOR HER SON. NIGHT, IN SYMPATHY WITH HER GRIEF SPREAD THE HEAVEN WITH CLOUDS AS ALL NATURE MOURNED FOR THE OFFSPRING OF THE DAWN. EOS REMAINS INCONSOLABLE FOR THE LOSS OF HER SON, AND HER TEARS CONTINUE TO FLOW. THEY CAN BE SEEN IN THE EARLY MORNING IN THE FORM OF THE DEWDROPS ON THE GRASS.

"MORNING RITUALS "

"YOU CAN START YOUR DAY OFF RIGHT BY DOING THE FOLLOWING:"

"START THE NIGHT BEFORE. WRITE A LIST OF IMPORTANT THINGS TO DO THE NEXT DAY. IF YOU WORK, LIKE ME, LAY EVERYTHING OUT THE NIGHT BEFORE. IN THAT WAY, YOU AVOID THAT STRESSFUL, LAST MINUTE SEARCH TO FIND A MISSING ITEM, AND YOUR MIND WILL BE CLEAR TO MEET THE DAY'S CHALLENGES."

"UPDATE YOUR GRATITUDE JOURNAL. "

"PLAY SOOTHING MUSIC AS YOU GET READY FOR THE DAY OR WRITE IN YOUR JOURNAL. "

"Eat a healthy breakfast. It is the most important meal of the day, so make it a healthy one. "

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Goddess Ninhursag  

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NINHURSAG is the Sumerian Goddess of fertility. She also supplanted Ki as Goddess of the earth and mother of the Gods. Myths of her origin vary, but many state that she is the sister of Enlil, God of the air, which would make her the daughter of Ki and Anu, God of the sky. Whatever her origin, Ninhursag is most closely associated with Enki, God of the waters, as his consort. In a well-preserved myth entitled "Enki and Ninhursag," Ninhursag bears Enki a daughter named Ninsar, who in turn is impregnated by Enki and bears Ninkurra. Ninkurra too has Enki's child, a daughter named Uttu. Uttu, unwilling to bear Enki's child, was instead advised by Ninhursag to bury his semen in the ground, where it grew into eight plants. These were the first plants on the earth, and Enki proceeded to eat them.

Ninhursag was furious with Enki for eating the plants, and she cursed him so that each plant caused a disease in a different part of his body. The other Gods pleaded with Ninhursag to take the curse off Enki, because without his waters, the earth and its people were dying. To cure him of the diseases, Ninhursag gave birth to eight deities--five Goddesses (Ninsutu, Ninkasi, Nanshe, Dazimira, and Ninti) and three Gods (Abu, Nintul, and Enshag). These eight were each able to heal one of Enki's diseases, and leave him whole and healthy once again.

Ninhursag's name means "lady of the mountains," and she was also called NINTU (lady of birth), NINMENNA (lady of the tiara), and NINMAH (exalted lady), although it is likely that these were names of other Goddesses who were later assimilated with Ninhursag. Other names associated with her include NINMUG (lady of the vulva), NINZINAK (lady of the embryo), NINSIGSIG (lady of silence), NINBAHAR (lady of pottery), NINDIM (lady fashioner), NIG-ZI-GAL-DIM-DIM-ME (fashioner of all things in which there is breath of life), NAGARNAM-LUULU (carpenter of mankind), NAGAR-SA-GA (carpenter of the insides), TIBIRA-KALAM-MA (bronze caster of the nation), SAG-ZU-KALAM-MA (midwife of the nation), SAG-ZU-DIGIR-E-NE (midwife of the Gods), MUD-KES-DA (blood-stancher), AMA-DUG-BAD (mother spreading her legs), AMA-DUMU-DUMU-NE (mother of all children), and AMA-DIGIR-RE-NE-KE (mother of the Gods).

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Greek Goddess Algea  

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THE ALGEA are Greek Goddesses of suffering. They are daughters of Eris, the Goddess of strife. The Algea are referred to as being "full of weeping," and they governed suffering of both body and mind. They are named AKHOS ("distress"), ANIA ("grief"), and LUPE ("pain").

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North American Indian Gods  

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ANGUTA (Inuit/Eskimo)

Gatherer of the dead. Anguta carries the dead down to the underworld, where they must sleep with him for a year.

ANINGAN (Inuit/Eskimo)

The moon, brother to the sun whom Moon chases across the sky. Aningan has a great igloo in the sky where he rests. Irdlirvirissong, his demon cousin, lives there as well. The moon is a great hunter, and his sledge is always piled high with seal skins and meat.

ASGAYA GIGAGEI (Cherokee)

The Red Man or Woman evoked in spells to cure the ill. Asgaya Gigagei is either male or female, depending on the sex of the patient.

ATIRA (Pawnee)

The Earth, Sacred Mother of every living creature. The Pawnee were hunters. When told to abandon hunting and settle down to farming, their priest replied: "You ask me to plow the ground! Shall I take a knife and tear my mother's bosom? Then when I die she will not take me to her bosom to rest. You ask me to dig for stone! Shall I dig under her skin for her bones? Then when I die I cannot enter her body to be born again. You ask me to cut grass and make hay and sell it, and be rich like white men! But how dare I cut off my mother's hair? It is a bad law and my people cannot obey it."

AWONAWILONA (Pueblo Indians)

"The One Who Contains Everything." The Supreme God, the Creator of All. Before the creation there was only Awonawilona; all else was darkness and emptiness. Both male and female, Awonawilona created everything from himself and taking form became the maker of light, the Sun.

BIG HEADS (Iroquois)

Demon gods. Giand heads without bodies which fly about in storms. They find men very tasty.

BREATHMAKER (Seminole)

Breathmaker taught men to fish and dig wells, and made the Milky Way. When the virtuous die, they follow the Milky Way to a glorious city in the western sky.

COYOTE (Southwestern Indians, but known in other areas as well)

A trickster, a clown. The creator and teacher of men. Like Loki, Coyote is always lurking about, causing trouble and playing pranks. To the Zunis, Coyote is a hero who set forth the laws by which men may live in peace. The Pomo Indians maintain that Coyote created the human race and stole the sun to keep them warm. The Montana Sioux say that Coyote created the horse. The Chinook tell how Coyote and Eagle went to the land of the dead to bring back their dead wives. On reaching the land of the dead, they found a meeting lodge lit only by the moon which lay on the floor. Every night an old woman would swallow the moon and the dead would appear in the meeting lodge. Recognizing their wives among the spirits of the dead, the two gods devised a plan. The next day, after the old woman had vomited up the moon and the dead had disappeared, Coyote built a huge wooden box and placed in it leaves of every kind of plant. Coyote and Eagle then killed the old woman, and Coyote donned her clothes. When the time came, Coyote swallowed the moon. The dead appeared, but Eagle had place the box outside the exit. When Coyote vomited up the moon, the dead filed out and were trapped in the box. Coyote pleaded to be allowed to carry the box, and Eagle gave it to him. But Coyote couldn't wait to see his wife and opened the box. The spirits of the dead rose up like a cloud and disappeared to the west. So it is that people must die forever, not like the plants which die in winter and are green again in a season.

DEOHAKO (Iroquois/Seneca)

Spirits of maize, beans and gourds who live together in a single hill. Searching for dew, the maize spirit Onatha was captured by the evil spirit Hahgwehdaetgah who took her off to the underworld. Sun rescued her, and ever since she has remained in the cornfields until the corn is ripe.

ESTANATLEHI (Navajo)

First Woman's adopted daughter. To punish mankind for pride, First Man and First Woman sent a plague of monsters to kill and devour them. The time came when First Woman repented of the evils she and First Man had visited upon men, and she sought a means for their deliverance. First Woman discovered the infant Estanatlehi lying on the ground near First Woman's mountain, and took her in. The infant Estanatlehi grew to adulthood in four days. Making love with the Sun, she gave birth to the Twin Brothers who after many adventures slew the monsters.

EVENING STAR (Pawnee)

An evil star who drives the sun down out of the sky and send his daughter to hinder Morning Star from the sun back up again.

FIRST MAN AND FIRST WOMAN (Navajo)

In the beginning, First Man and First Woman ascended from the underworld together with Coyote, leading the people through trials and tribulations into the surface world which became their home. Deciding that the sky was too empty with only Sun and Moon, First Man, First Woman and Coyote gathered up glittering stones and placed them in the sky to serve as stars.

GAHE, also GA'AN (Apache)

Supernatural beings who dwell inside mountains. The can sometimes be heard dancing and beating drums. Because they can heal and drive away disease, they are worshipped. In the ritual dances of the Chiricahua Apache masked dancers painted a different color for each point of the compass represent all the Gahe except the Grey One. The Grey One, though he appears as a clown, is really the mightiest of all the Gahe.

GLUSKAP (Algonquin)

The Creator, or more exactly, the creator force. Generally benevolent, but often whimsical. Gluskap created the plains, the food plants, the animals and the human race from the body of the Mother Earth. His rival was his wolf brother Malsum, who made rocks, thickets and poisonous animals. After a long struggle Gluskap killed Malsum and drove his evil magic under the earth. Gluskap drove away monsters, fought stone giants, taught hunting and farming to men, and gave names to the stars. His work done, Gluskap paddled towards the sunrise in a birch bark canoe. Some day he may return.

HINO (Iroquois)

Thunder god, god of the sky. The Rainbow is his consort. With his fire arrows, Hino destroys evil beings.

IRDLIRVIRISISSONG (Inuit/Eskimo)

The demon cousin of the moon. Sometimes Irdlirvirissong comes out into the sky to dance and clown and make the people laugh. But if anyone is nearby, the people must restrain themselves or the demon clown will dry them up and eat their intestines.

KACHINAS (Hopi)

Nature spirits which inhabit and control everything - animal spirits, spirits of departed ancestors, spirits of natural resources such as wind, rain and thunder. Their exact number is not known, but at least five hundred appear in the mythologies of the different villages.

KANATI (Cherokee)

"The Lucky Hunter." Sometimes called First Man. He lives with his wife Selu ("Corn") in the east where the sun rises, and their sons, the Twin Thunder Boys, live in the west.

KITCKI MANITOU (Algonquin)

The Great Spirit, the Supreme Being. The Uncreated, the Father of Life, God of the Winds. The Great Spirit is present in some way in nearly every North American Indian mythology.

MICHABO (Algonquin)

The Great Hare. A trickster. A shape-shifter. Creator of men, the earth, deer, water and fish. Michabo drives away cannibal spirits. In the House of Dawn, Michabo is host to the souls of good men, feeding them succulent fruits and fish.

MORNING STAR (Pawnee)

A protector who leads the sun upward into the sky. A soldier god.

NAGENATZANI (Navajo)

Elder Twin Brother.

NESARU (Arikara)

Sky spirit. In the beginning, Nesaru had charge over all creation. Displeased with a race of giants in the underworld who would not respect his authority, Nesaru sent a new race to the underworld to replace them and sent a flood which destroyed the giants without destroying the new men. When the new men cried out to be released from the underworld, Nesaru sent the Corn Mother for their deliverance.

NOKOMIS (Algonquin)

"Grandmother." The Sacred Earth Mother. Nokomis nurtures all living things.

NORTH STAR (Pawnee)

A creator god. Beneficiant and venerated.

OCASTA (Cherokee)

"Stonecoat." The name comes from his coat which was made of pieces of flint. Equally good and evil, Ocasta was one of the Creator's helpers. Ocasta created witches and drifted from village to village stirring up turmoil. Some women trapped Ocasta, pinning him to the ground with a stick through his heart. The men cremated the dying Ocasta, who while burning on his funeral pyre taught them songs and dances for hunting, fighting wars and healing. Some of the men were granted great power and became the first medicine men.

OLELBIS (Wintun, Pacific Coast)

The Creator who lived in Olelpanti (Heaven) with two old women. When the first people destroyed the world with fire, Olelbis sent wind and rain to quench the flames, and repaired the earth. Olelbis intended men to live forever. When they grew old, they were to climb to heaven and join Olelbis in paradise. Olelbis set two vultures to the task of building a ladder to Olelpanti for men to ascend, but Coyote persuaded them to stop work.

RABBIT (Southeastern tribes)

Like Coyote and Michabo, a trickster god. Through a sly trick, Rabbit brought fire to man.

RAVEN (Northwestern tribes)

Another trickster god. Very greedy, forever seeking food. Raven stole the moon from a miser and placed it in the sky.

SEDNA (Inuit/Eskimo)

Goddess of the sea and the creatures of the sea. A one-eyed giant. A frightful old hag, but she was young and beautiful when her father threw her in the sea as a sacrifice. A sorcerer wishing to visit Sedna must pass through the realms of death and then cross an abyss where a wheel of ice spins eternally and a cauldron of seal meat stews endlessly. To return he must cross another abyss on a bridge as narrow as a knife edge.

SELU (Cherokee)

"Corn." Sometimes known as First Woman. Kanati's wife. Selu created corn in secret by rubbing her belly or by defecating. Her sons, the Twin Thunder Boys, killed her when they spied upon her and decided she was a witch.

SHAKURA (Pawnee)

Sun god. The Pawnee performed their famous Sun Dance for Shakura's sake. Young warriors attached themselves to tall poles with strips of hide which were tied to sharp stakes. The stakes were driven through the skin and flesh on the chest. The young brave would then support his entire weight with the hide ropes as he slowly circled the pole following the sun's movement in the sky. This lasted until the sun went down or the stakes ripped out of the brave's flesh.

SOUTH STAR (Pawnee)

God of the underworld, the opposite of North Star. Magical and feared.

SUN (Cherokee)

A goddess. When Sun's daughter was bitten by a snake and taken to the Ghost Country, Sun hid herself in grief. The world was ever dark, and Sun's tears became a flood. At last the Cherokee sent their young men and women to heal Sun's grief, which they did with singing and dancing.

SUN (Inuit/Eskimo)

A beautiful young maiden carrying a torch who is chased through the sky by her brother Aningan, the moon. The planet Jupiter is the mother of the sun and very dangerous to magicians. If they are careless, she will devour their livers.

TEKKEITSERKTOCK (Inuit/Eskimo)

The earth god, master of hunting to whom all deer belong.

TIRAWA-ATIUS (Pawnee)

The Power Above, creator of the heavens and the earth. In the beginning Tirawa-Atius called the gods together to announce his plan to create the human race and promised the gods a share of power for their help. Shakura the Sun was assigned to provide light and heat, Pah the Moon was assigned the night, and Tirwara-Atius placed the Evening Star, the Mother of All Things in the west. The Morning Star he set to guard the east. After the gods had raised dry land from the watery chaos, Tirawa Atius told Sun and Moon to make love, and they gave birth to a son. He then told Evening and Morning Star to make love, and they gave birth to a daughter. So the human race was made. All would have been well if Coyote had not stolen a sack of storms from Lightening. Opening the sack, Coyote loosed the storms and so brought death into the world.

THOBADESTCHIN (Navajo)

Youngest Twin Brother.

THOUME' (Chitimacha)

Thoume' taught the people to make clothing and fire, and how to make love. After making the moon and the sun, Thoume' sent the trickster god Kutnahin to teach medicine and food preparation to men. Kutnahin traveled through the world disguised as a derelict covered with buzzard dung.

TORNGASAK (Inuit/Eskimo)

The good spirit, representing everything in nature good and helpful to man.

TWIN THUNDER BOYS (Cherokee)

The sons of Kanati and Selu. Kanati and Selu live in the east, the Twin Thunder Boys live in the west. When thunder sounds, the boys are playing ball.

WACHABE (Sioux/Osage)

Black Bear. A guardian. Symbol of long life, strength and courage.

The preceding information was compiled and is copyrighted 1994 by D.W. Owens. Distribution is allowed if credit is given.

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Life Death Rebirth Deity  

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A life-death-rebirth deity, also known as a dying-and-rising or resurrection deity, is a god who is born, suffers death or a death-like experience, passes through a phase in the underworld among the dead, and is subsequently reborn, in either a literal or symbolic sense. Male examples include Osiris, Tammuz, Jesus, Zalmoxis, Dionysus, and Odin. Female examples are Inanna, also known as Ishtar, whose cult dates to 4000 BCE, and Persephone, the central figure of the Eleusinian Mysteries, whose cult may date to 1700 BCE as the unnamed goddess worshiped in Crete. The term "life-death-rebirth deity" is associated with the works of James Frazer, Jane Ellen Harrison, and their fellow Cambridge Ritualists. In their seminal works The Golden Bough and Prolegomena to the Study of Greek Religion, Frazer and Harrison argued that all myths are echoes of rituals, and that all rituals have as their primordial purpose the manipulation of natural phenomena by means of sympathetic magic. Consequently, the rape and return of Persephone, the rending and repair of Osiris, the travails and triumph of Baldr, derive from primitive rites intended to renew the fertility of withered land and crops. The Swiss psychoanalyst Carl Jung argued that archetypal processes such as death and resurrection were part of the "trans-personal symbolism" of the collective unconscious, and could be utilized in the task of psychological integration. Jung's argument, in combination with that of the Cambridge Ritualists, has been developed by K'aroly Ker'enyi and Joseph Campbell.

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The Triple Goddess  

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As the Maiden, I saw through your eyes as a child
Spring rains, green forests, and animals wild!
I saw you run freely on the Earth with bare feet!
I watched as you danced in the winds, blowing free!
I was there as you grew, getting stronger each day!
I brought you rainbows, chasing grey skies away!
I was there in your laughter - I was there in your tears!
I was the acceptance you gained from your peers!
I saw your first love and I felt your first blush,
As passion first stirred in the night's gentle hush!
I am there with you always in the fresh morning dew!
I bring you the crispness of beginnings anew.

As the Mother, I bore all the labor distress
Of birthing your child, and I felt the caress
Of your hand on the face of the new life so dear.
I heard its first cry, and I eased your fear!
I provided the milk which you fed from your breast
Till the baby grew strong, and with health it was blessed.
As she took her first step, I was there in your smile!
I was there while you nurtured your beautiful child!
On the first day of school, when the doors opened wide
I was there in your fear - I was there in your pride.
I am there with you always in the bright full of moon!
I bring you fertility - abundance in bloom.

As the Crone, I brought blessings of wisdom with age
[Wisdom not found by the turn of a page].
I was there as you taught the correct way to live:
To love and to trust - to take and to give!
I was there in the twinkle of your aged eye!
I was there in your thoughts of the years flying by!
I was there when you taught the Mysteries of old!
I was there in the fire warming you in the cold!
In the weariness of age, I was there with you, too...
I brought well-deserved rest and peace unto you!
I am there with you always in the darkness of night!
I complete your life cycle, guiding you toward the light.

Maid, Mother and Crone - We are all One -
Yet We are all separate, as each role is done.
We do not leave you - We're always there
As you walk through this life with your worries and cares;
As you dance in the spiral, We live inside -
Deep in your spirit - where nothing can hide!
No matter your path, no matter it's length -
We give you courage and We give you strength.
We are there to support you every hour of day
And deep in the night, when dreams take you away.
Our gifts We give freely, for you are our Child...
Yes, We are the Lady: Wise, Pure, and Mild!

by Kalioppe



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Goddess Riu  

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'ERIU (pronounced AIR-ree) is the Celtic Goddess of Ireland. She is one of the Tuatha de Danaan, the people of the Goddess Danu. When the Milesians arrived in Ireland and conquered them, 'Eriu and her two sisters, Banba and Fodla, all asked that the island be named for them. 'Eriu won, and the island was named 'Eire in her honor. Her name means "land of abundance," and is also seen as 'EIRE, EYRE, and 'EIRIU.

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Goddess Lada  

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LADA is the Slavic Goddess of spring, love, and beauty. She was worshipped throughout Russia, Poland, and other areas of Eastern Europe. She is usually depicted as a young woman with long blonde hair. She carries wild roses, and is also known as the "LADY OF THE FLOWERS". As Goddess of spring, Lada is associated with love and fertility in both humans and animals. She is said to return from the underworld every year at the Vernal Equinox, bringing the spring with her.

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