Greek Goddess Mnemosyne  

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Thou fill'st from the

wing`ed chalice of the soul

Thy lamp, O Memory,

fire-wing`ed to its goal.

--Dante Rossetti, inscribed on the frame of his painting, left

MNEMOSYNE (pronounced ni-MAW-sin-ee) is the Greek Goddess of memory. She is the daughter of Gaia and Ouranos, and therefore one of the Titans. With her nephew Zeus, she is the mother of the nine Muses. Zeus lay with Mnemosyne for nine nights in a row, and a year later she bore their nine daughters--Kalliope, Kleio, Erato, Euterpe, Melpomene, Polyhymnia, Terpsikhore, Thalia, and Ourania. Mnemosyne is also said to have invented language, giving names to all things, although this is also said to have been the invention of Hermes, God of travel, trade, and language.

Mnemosyne, in her rule over memory, played an important role at an oracle in Boeotia. Before consulting the oracle, initiates first drank from the pool of Lethe, Goddess of forgetfulness, to clear their minds of all preconceptions. They then drank from the pool of Mnemosyne, so that they would remember what they learned from the oracle. Similarly, those who had crossed over into Hades were given the choice of whether to drink from a spring of Mnemosyne and remember their lives, or to drink from the pool of Lethe and forget. Mnemosyne's name, which means "memory," is also seen as MNAMOSYNA, and the epithets GOLDEN-ROBED, FAIR-ROBED, and GENTLE-EYED were used to describe her.

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Goddess Aurora  

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AURORA is the Roman Goddess of the dawn. Every morning, she flies across the sky ahead of her brother Sol, God of the Sun. As she flies, she sprinkles water down to the earth below, which becomes the dew. She is also sister to Luna, Goddess of the Moon. She is mother of the four winds, the morning star, and the evening star.

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Goddess Aega  

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"AEGA (DAUGHTER OF THE SUN)" WAS A VERY BEAUTIFUL PRE-HELLENIC GODDESS FROM THE REGION THAT LATER BECAME GREECE. SHE WAS THE DAUGHTER OF "GAIA," THE EARTH, AND "HELIOS", THE SUN. HER SISTERS ARE "CIRCE "AND "PASIPHAE, "AND TOGETHER THEY FORM A MANIFESTATION OF THE TRIPLE GODDESS. SHE WAS SAID TO BE VERY BEAUTIFUL AND OF SUCH DAZZLING BRIGHTNESS THAT THE TITANS, IN THEIR ATTACK ON MOUNT OLYMPUS, BECAME FRIGHTENED AND ASKED "GAIA "TO CONCEAL HER ON THE EARTH; HENCEFORTH, SHE CONFINED IN A CAVE IN GREECE.

HER NAME MEANS "GUST OF WIND", OR "GOAT", AND IN SOME TALES, SHE ACTUALLY TAKES THE FORM OF A GOAT, AND IT WAS IN THE FORM OF THE GOAT THAT SHE BECAME THE NURSE OF "ZEUS". DURING THE FIGHT WITH THE TITANS, "ZEUS" WAS COMMANDED BY AN ORACLE TO COVER HIMSELF WITH HER SKIN "(AEGIS). "HE OBEYED THE COMMAND AND RAISED "AEGA" AMONG THE STARS. IT IS CLEAR THAT IN SOME OF THESE STORIES "AEGIA "IS REGARDED AS A NYMPH, AND IN OTHERS AS A GOAT, THOUGH THE TWO IDEAS ARE NOT KEPT CLEARLY DISTINCT FROM EACH OTHER.

SHE IS ALSO A GODDESS OF DOMESTICATED ANIMALS. BY THE TIME ZEUS TOOK OVER AS KING OF HEAVEN, HE HAD A SACRED SHIELD WHICH WAS MADE OF HER SKIN. THE AEGIS WAS A SYMBOL OF GREAT POWER AND WAS FORMERLY WORN BY PRIESTESSES OF THE GODDESS" ATHENA, "BEFORE "ZEUS "TOOK POSSESSION OF IT. SHE ALSO APPEARED AS A CONCEALING STORM CLOUD THAT SURROUNDED "ZEUS'S" FAMOUS THUNDERBOLT. LATER SHE WAS PLACED IN THE SKY AS THE STAR "CAPELLA," THE LITTLE SHE GOAT.

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Nyai Roro Kidul  

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Nyai Loro Kidul (also spelled Nyi Roro Kidul]) is a legendary Indonesian goddess, known as the Queen of the Southern Sea of Java in Javanese and Sundanese mythology. She is also the legendary consort of the Sultans of Mataram and Yogyakarta, beginning with Senopati and continuing to the present day.

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Ooga Booga  

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"Now, pick a magic word."

"Umm-"

"Nope, umm's not good enough."

-Nora Roberts, Honest Illusions, 1993

I bellowed the magic words, "Uuuhhh, Uuuhhh."

-Raymond W. Baker, Capitalism's Achilles Heel, 2005Language has the power to reawaken vestiges of humankind's earliest communication-our ancient ancestors' savage cries of anger or love. All such cries were commands, "originally bound up with the act" and indeed inseparable to the primitive mind. When intoned without mockery, the primitive syllables of ooga-booga conjure the "primal oohs and ahs from cave men and women... in those early human settlements," or perhaps the mysterious, exotic powers of tribal elders (Helen Godgson and Patti Britton, The Complete Idiot's Guide to Sensual Massage, 2003).

Ooga-Booga has a variety of meanings, including:


o God; higher power

"Great Ooga-Booga, can't you hear me talkin' to ya?" -The Temptations, quoted in Miles to Go by Chris Murphy (2002)

"[P]eople felt when they died their 'spirit' went to the great ooga-booga in the sky..." -SciForums.com (2003)

o Jungle native chant

-James Howard Kunstler, Geography Of Nowhere (1994)

o Mumbo-jumbo

"The stuff where you play the records backwards and it's got some sort of ooga-booga about the Devil on it." -Joe R. Lansdale, The Drive-In (1988)

o Nonsense

-Orson Scott Card, The Memory of Earth (1992)

o Occult; "otherworldly phenomena"

-Bernie Brillstein, Where Did I Go Right? (1999)

o Password

"After two rings, a voice spoke from the tiny handset. 'Ooga-booga? Boola-boola,' Tollhouse responded. 'Hubba-hubba!' came the gratified reply." -Harry Beard, The Dick Cheney Code: A Parody (2004)

o Primitivism

-Rick Steves, Rick Steves' London 2004 (2003)

o Ritual

-Alexandra Robbins, Secrets of the Tomb (2003)

o Spirituality

"[There is] a spiritual component-what I sometimes laughingly refer to as ooga-booga moments." -Ronna Lichtenberg, Pitch Like a Girl (2005)

o Spooky

"In desperation, soaps have started adding a lot of ooga-booga ghost storylines with voodoo, witchcraft, and, in the case of one, a Chucky-style creepy doll that comes to life." -Celia Rivenbark, We're Just Like You, Only Prettier (2004)

o Voodoo

"There were zombies in the building. Not ooga-booga magic-type zombies, but near enough." -Richard Fawkes, Nature of the Beast (2004)o Witchdoctor, head honcho

"Seems the Lord High Ooga-Booga wants to see you face-to-face 'fore he seals the deal." -Tom Clancy, Hidden Agendas (1999)

"[H]e was like a guru, or a witch doctor, or some kind of far-out ooga-booga man..." -Frank E. Peretti, This Present Darkness (1986)

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Goddess Sengen Sama  

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SENGEN-SAMA is the Japanese Goddess of Mount Fuji and cherry blossoms. She is married to Ninigi, God of rice and grandson of Amaterasu. Sengen-Sama became pregnant so soon after their wedding that Ninigi doubted that she had been faithful to him. Sengen-Sama built a hut with no doors, and said that when she delivered her child, she would set fire to the house. If the baby was not Ninigi's, then she and the child would die in the flames. As it turned out, the babies (she had twins) were Ninigi's children, and they and Sengen-Sama survived the fire. One of the children went on to be the grandfather to the first Emperor of Japan.

As Goddess of Mount Fuji, Sengen-Sama has a shrine at the top of the mountain, where her worshippers greet the rising sun, and she sometimes called ASAMA (dawn of good luck). As Goddess of cherry blossoms, she is also knows as KONOHANA (child flower) or KONOHANA-SAKUYA-HIME (the princess who makes the tree-blossom bloom).

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Goddess Chantico  

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CHANTICO (pronounced chan-TEE-ko) is the Aztec Goddess of hearth fires and precious things. Chantico is very protective of her possessions, and guards them well. She also guards hearth fires, and men going to battle would pray to her that they would return to find the fire still burning. Chantico once angered the food God Tonacatecuhtli by eating roasted fish with paprika on a fast day when paprika was banned. He turned her into a dog to show his displeasure. Chantico's name means "she who dwells in the house."

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Greek Goddess Demeter  

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DEMETER (pronounced dih-MEE-tur) is the Greek Goddess of the earth, in particular the fruits of the earth. She is one of the children of Kronos and Rhea, sister of Zeus. The Roman Goddess Ceres is her equivalent. With Zeus, she had a daughter named Persephone, and it is in association with Persephone that Demeter is most well-known. Persephone was very lovely, and had been courted by the Gods Apollo, Ares, Hermes, and Hephaestus, but Demeter sent them all away. One day, while Persephone was out picking flowers with some nymphs, Hades, God of the Underworld, came up out of the earth and abducted her to be his bride. Demeter did not know what had happened to her daughter, and searched the world for her. In her despair, she neglected the earth, and all of the crops began to wither and die.

With the failure of the crops, people were going hungry and had nothing to sacrifice to the Gods. Zeus, knowing that Hades had taken Persephone, sent Hermes to him to bring her back to her mother. Before she left, Hades tricked her into eating six pomegranate seeds, tying her to the underworld for six months of the year. When Demeter was reunited with Persephone, she once again caused the earth to be fertile, but every year when Persephone goes back to the underworld, she lets the plants die again until her daughter's return.

Demeter is also at the center of what are known as the Eleusinian Mysteries. Though no one is entirely certain what was involved with the mysteries (they were never written down and some aspects were known only to initiates), it is known that there were two central celebrations-those of the Lesser Mysteries in the spring, and those of the Greater Mysteries in late summer. The Lesser Mysteries likely signified the return of Persephone from the underworld. The Greater Mysteries may have evolved from a myth pertaining to the time when Demeter was searching for her daughter. In her search, she stopped at the home of Keleus, the King of Eleusis. While she stayed, she taught one of Keleus's sons, Triptolemus, the art of agriculture, and it was he who spread it throughout the Greek world. For Keleus's other son, Demophon, Demeter had a very special gift. She intended to turn him into a God, and part of the process involved burning away his mortal soul so that he would be immortal. Every night, she placed him in a fire, until his mother saw this and interrupted the ritual, afraid for her son's life.

Demeter's name is likely derived from the words for "distribution" and "mother," which were suit her role as Goddess of the harvest. Epithets for her include:

DEMETER AGLAOKARPOS (giver of goodly fruit)
DEMETER AGLAODOROS (bestower of splendid gifts)
DEMETER AKHAIA (of the Achaeans)
DEMETER AMPHIKTYONIS (who dwells nearby)
DEMETER ANASSA (queen)
DEMETER ANESIDORA (spender of gifts)
DEMETER ANTAEA (ghostly)
DEMETER AUXESIA (of spring growth)
DEMETER BRIMO (angry)
DEMETER DESPOINA (ruling)
DEMETER DIA THEA (bright Goddess)
DEMETER ELEUSINIA (from Eleusis)
DEMETER EPOGMIE (of the furrows)
DEMETER ERINYS (implacable fury)
DEMETER ERINYS TILPHOSA (fury of Thelpousa)
DEMETER EUKOMOS (lovely haired)
DEMETER EUNOSTOS (of flour mills)
DEMETER EUROPA (of Europe)
DEMETER EUSTEPHANOS (lovely crowned)
DEMETER HAGNE (chaste)
DEMETER HERKYNA (of the stone enclosure)
DEMETER HOREPHOROS (bringer of the seasons)
DEMETER KABEIRAIE (of the Kabeiroi)
DEMETER KALLIGENEIA (with fair offspring)
DEMETER KALLISTEPHANOS (beautiful crowned)
DEMETER KALLISPHYROS (beautiful ankled)
DEMETER KARPOPHOROS (fruitbearer)
DEMETER KHAMYNE (earth-opener)
DEMETER KHLOE (blooming)
DEMETER KHRYSAOROS (with golden arms)
DEMETER KHTHONIA (in the ground)
DEMETER KIDARIE (masked)
DEMETER KYANOPEPLOS (dark veiled)
DEMETER KYDRA THEA (glorious Goddess)
DEMETER LERNAIA (of Lerna)
DEMETER LOUSIE (bathing)
DEMETER MALOPHOROS (apple-bearer)
DEMETER MEGALA MATER (great Mother)
DEMETER MEGALA THEA (great Goddess)
DEMETER MELAINA (the black)
DEMETER MYKALESSIA (of Mykalessos)
DEMETER MYSIA (of Mysios)
DEMETER PANAKHAIA (of all the Achaeans)
DEMETER PELASGIS (derived from the hero Pelasgos)
DEMETER PLOUTODOTEIRA (giver of wealth)
DEMETER POLYPHORBOS (all-nourishing)
DEMETER POTNIA (mistress)
DEMETER POTNIA THEAON (queen among Goddesses)
DEMETER PRON (of the headland)
DEMETER PROSTASIA (patron)
DEMETER PROSYMNE (for whom hymns are sung)
DEMETER PYGAIE (of the gates)
DEMETER RHARIAS (derived from the Rharian plain)
DEMETER RHEA EUKOMOS THUGATER (daughter of rich-haired Rhea)
DEMETER SEMNE (august, holy)
DEMETER SITO (giver of food)
DEMETER STIRIA (of Stiris)
DEMETER THERMASIA (warmth)
DEMETER THESMIA (of the laws)
DEMETER THESMOPHOROS (law-bearer)
DEMETER TILPHOSA (of Thelpousa)
DEMETER XANTHE (golden haired)

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Goddess Banba  

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BANBA (pronounced BAHN-va) is the Celtic Goddess of the spirit 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, Banba and her two sisters, 'Eriu and Fodla, all asked that the island be named for them. 'Eriu won the request, but Banba's name continued to be used on occasion. Banba and her sisters are the daughters of Ernmas, a mother Goddess, who is also the mother of another triad of Goddesses--Badb, Macha, and Anu, also known as the Morrigan. The first triad represents the sovereignty of Ireland, while the second triad were Goddesses of war, and therefore represent the protection of Ireland. Banba's husband MacCuill was one of the last kings of the Tuatha de Danaan, along with his brothers MacCecht and MacGreine. Banba's name, which means "unplowed land," is also seen as BANBHA, BANDHA, B'aNBH'e, or B'aNUBH.

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Lord Kalki  

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Lord Vishnu incarnates as Lord Kalki at the end of this Kali Yuga,after so many billions of years.The age of Kali Yuga is 4,32,000 years.Lord Kalki incarnates and kills all the people who are thieves,evil doers,and relieves the saintly people. Lord Kalki as a most dangerous incarnation of Lord Vishnu,destroys the world and recreates the new age,for the saintly people.

People pray for Lord Kalki,Lord Kalki,the Lord of Universe,protect me from the evil-doers,and from the evilness of the Kali-age.

Lord Vishnu incarnates as Lord Kalki,at the end of Kali Yuga.At the end of the Kali yuga,all the people will be killed who are bad people,only good people are left for the next age.

Lord Vishnu incarnates as Lord Kalki at the end of Kali Yuga where the righteousness will not be present,and to destroy the universe,by killing all the bad people,even the people killed by the Lord,will achieve greater heights,as that of a yogis.

Lord Kalki as a King on a white horse carrying a sword,kills all the people who are in mode of ignorance of God,moving with a great speed,and leaving those good people are in worship of God.

After all the bad people are completely killed, Lord Kalki will re-establish the righteousness for the next age,those saintly people and good people will be with goodness.

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Greek Goddess Aergia  

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AERGIA (pronounced ah-ER-gee-uh) is the Greek Goddess of laziness. Daughter of Gaia, Goddess of the earth, and Aither, God of light, she is one of the many daimones or spirits who were little more than personifications of their attribute. Aergia's name means "sloth."

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Goddess Hybla  

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HYBLA is the Sicel Goddess of nature. The Sicels were the original inhabitants of Sicily, and we know of their deities through Greek explorers and writers. Hybla was worshipped on hills in Sicily which had unusual natural phenomena, such as a volcano and mineral springs. The hills were also home to bees that produced some of the finest honey known to the ancient world. Hybla's name was also seen as HYBLAEA, and she became syncretized with the Roman Goddess Venus, who took on the name VENUS VICTRIX HYBLENSIS.

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Goddess Of Laussel  

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IN PREHISTORIC AND EARLY HISTORIC PERIODS OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT, RELIGIONS EXISTED IN WHICH PEOPLE REVERED THEIR SUPREME CREATOR AS FEMALE, AND

"ARCHAEOLOGICAL EVIDENCE PROVES THAT THE GODDESS RELIGION EXISTED AND FLOURISHED IN THE NEAR AND MIDDLE EAST FOR THOUSANDS OF YEARS BEFORE THE ARRIVAL OF THE PATRIARCHAL ABRAHAM, FIRST PROPHET OF THE MALE DEITY YAHWEH. I FIND IT ALL SO VERY FASCINATING. I AM SO IN AWE OF ANCIENT MAN."

THE GODDESS OF LAUSSEL WAS FOUND IN 1911 IN FRANCE AT THE ENTRANCE TO HER CEREMONIAL CAVE WHICH WAS BOTH A DWELLING PLACE AND A CEREMONIAL SITE. SHE IS AN EARTH MOTHER, AND IS REGARDED ONE THE EARLIEST KNOWN DEPICTION OF THE IDEA OF A DIETY FOR THE PURPOSE OF WORSHIP, THE VERY FIRST EXAMPLE OF THE DEIFICATION OF THE FEMININE PRINCIPLE, THE ORIGINAL GREAT MOTHER GODDESS. INDEED, THE GODDESS OF LAUSSEL IS DATED BETWEEN 22,000 AND 18,000 B.C.E.

SHE WAS PAINTED RED, THE COLOR OF MENSTRUATION....THE COLOR OF LIFE, BLOOD AND REBIRTH. IN HER LEFT HAND, SHE POINTS TO HER SWOLLEN BELLY, BUT HER LOOK IS TURNED TO HER RIGHT HAND WHICH SHE HOLDS A BISON HORN WHICH IS SHAPED LIKE A CRESCENT MOON...IMPLYING A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HER FERTILITY AND THE LUNAR PHASES OF THE MOON. THE HORN IS MARKED WITH 13 INCISIONS CALLING TO MIND THE 13 DAYS OF THE WAXING MOON AND THE 13 MOONS OF THE LUNAR YEAR. HER FACE IS FEATURELESS, ALLOWING SPACE FOR EACH ONE OF US TO EMBODY HER. WE CAN ONLY IMAGINE THE SENSE OF WONDER THAT ANCIENT MAN MUST HAVE FELT AS THEY WATCHED THE "GREAT MOTHE"R GIVE BIRTH....THUS, CONFIRMING WITH EACH CHILD THE MAGIC AND MYSTERY OF LIFE ONGOING.

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Dark Moon  

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IN DAYS OF OLD, THE PEOPLE WORSHIPPED THE "MOON" AS A GODDESS, AND EACH OF "HER" LUNAR PHASES CORRESPONDED TO THE THREE PHASES OF A WOMANS LIFE:(NEW) MAIDEN, (FULL) MOTHER, AND (DARK) CRONE. THE DARK MOON APPEARS IN THE SKY DURING THE LAST THREE DAYS OF EVERY LUNAR CYCLE, AND DURING THIS TIME, THE NIGHT IS WITHOUT MOONLIGHT, BUT THE "DARK MOON" IS THERE; IT IS THE "DARK MOON" THAT PRESIDES OVER THE SKY UNTIL THE NEW 28-DAY CYCLE BEGINS, AND A "NEW MOON" IS READY TO APPEAR. SOMETIMES REFERRED TO AS THE "DEAD MOON," THE "DARK MOON" DOESNT NECESSARILY REPRESENT DEATH. IT IS, HOWEVER, A MOST POWERFUL TIME. IT SEEMS TO LURE US TOWARD THE DEEPEST SELF, THE LONGINGS OF OUR SOUL.

WHEN THE "DARK MOON" APPEARS, IT BECOMES EASIER FOR US TO SHED UNNECESSARY EMOTIONAL BAGGAGE AND LET GO OF THOSE PEOPLE AND IDEAS THAT NO LONGER SERVE US OR ADD VALUE TO OUR LIFE. IT IS A TIME TO CLEANSE OURSELVES AND CREATE SPACE SO THAT WHAT IS NEW CAN ENTER. THE DARK OF THE "MOON" COMES WITH A "PULL INWARD", AND FOR MANY PEOPLE, THIS IS A TIME TO REST, REFLECT, AND REPLENISH THEIR ENERGY. IT IS AN EXCELLENT TIME FOR DEEP MEDITATION AND GOING WITHIN, UNDERSTANDING, AND GAINING KNOWLEDGE OF SELF. DURING THIS "MOON" CYCLE MANY HAVE REPORTED HAVING POWERFUL HEALING DREAMS, AND IT IS AT THIS TIME THAT MOST PEOPLE FEEL DRIVEN TO EXPLORE THEIR INTUITIVE ABILITIES, RETRIEVE PAST LIFE MEMORIES, OR DELVE MORE DEEPLY INTO THEIR PSYCHE.

THIS IS A TIME TO PERFORM SPELLS FOR PROPHECY, CURSING OR CHAOS, BUT OF COURSE, IF ONE CURSES ANOTHER, THEY SHALL REAP WHAT THEY HAVE SOWN. BLACK IS THE MAIN COLOR OF "CRONE" MAGIC. BLACK IS A COLOR OF WHICH MANY ARE FEARFUL FOR IT SIGNIFIES THE ABSENCE OF COLOR....YET, IT ENCOMPASSES ALL OF THE COLORS. IT DISPELS NEGATIVE ENERGY QUICKLY AND IS VERY GOOD FOR BANISHING SPELLS. IT IS THE COLOR OF "HECATE", THE "GODDESS OF THE CROSSROADS AND MAGIC. " SHE IS A DARK GODDESS WHO IS ASSOCIATED WITH THE NIGHT. AS A GODDESS WHO RETAINS ATTRIBUTES OF THE THREE ASPECTS OF THE TRIPLE GODDESS, "HEKATE" IS OFTEN SEEN IN TRIPLE FORM. SHE RULES NOT ONLY OVER DEATH AND THE UNDERWORLD, BUT OVER BIRTH AND REGENERATION, COMBINING FERTILITY WITH DEATH AS A POWER OF THE EARTH...A FEARED AND REVERED FIGURE.

One way to harness the energy of the "Dark Moon" is to perform a ritual. Begin by lighting a black candle and calling forth those different parts of your life that you feel you are ready to let go of. Through visualization, bind these parts together with light and imagine the bundle moving toward the candle. Watch as these old parts are devoured by the flames. Finally, let the candle burn out. Trust that what you've released has left you. You are now ready to welcome the new into your life.

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Nusku  

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Nusku was the name of the light and fire-god in Babylonia and Assyria, who is hardly to be distinguished, from a certain time on, from a god Girru - formerly Gibil. Nusku-Girru is the symbol of the heavenly as well as of the terrestrial fire. As the former he is the son of Anu, the god of heaven, but he is likewise associated with Enlil of Nippur as the god of the earth and regarded as his first-born son. A centre of his cult in Assyria was in Harran, where, because of the predominating character of the moon-cult, he is viewed as the son of the moongod Sin. Nusku-Girru is by the side of Ea, the god of water, the great purifier. It is he, therefore, who is called upon to cleanse the sick and suffering from disease, which, superinduced by the demons, was looked upon as a species of impurity affecting the body.

The fire-god is also viewed as the patron of the arts and the god of civilization in general, because of the natural association of all human progress with the discovery and use of fire. As among other nations, the fire-god was in the third instance looked upon as the protector of the family. He becomes the mediator between humanity and the gods, since it is through the fire on the altar that the offering is brought into the presence of the gods. While temples and sanctuaries to Nusku-Girru are found in Babylonia and Assyria, he is worshipped more in symbolical form than the other gods. For the very reason that his presence is common and universal he is not localized to the same extent as his fellow-deities, and, while always enumerated in a list of the great gods, his place in the systematized pantheon is more or less vague. The conceptions connected with Nusku are of distinctly popular origin, as is shown by his prominence in incantations, which represent the popular element in the cult, and it is significant that in the astro-theological system of the Babylonian priests Nusku-Girru is not assigned to any particular place in the heavens. This entry was originally from the 1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica.

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Goddess Glispsa  

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"GLISPSA" IS THE NAVAJO GODDESS WHO INVENTED MEDICINE AND BROUGHT IT TO HER PEOPLE ALONG WITH THE SACRED CHANT OF BEAUTY AND HEALING. SOME SAY THAT SHE MAY HAVE BEEN A FORM OF" ESTSANATLEHI. GLISPSA "TAUGHT THEM THE WAYS OF MUSIC AND HEALING, THUS IMBUING THEM WITH THE POWERS OF THE SHAMANS.

AS THE LEGEND GOES, WHILE ON A LONG JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH, SHE STOPPED FOR A DRINK AND THERE SHE MET THE "SNAKE PEOPLE" OF THE LOWER WORLD WHO, IN A DEEP PLACE BENEATH THE LAKE,TAUGHT HER THEIR SHAMANIC WAYS. THERE SHE LEARNED THE HEALING CHANT AND ITS RITUALS FROM HER LOVER. SHE EVENTUALLY RETURNED TO TEACH HER PEOPLE ALL THAT SHE HAD LEARNED.

BACK ON EARTH, SHE TRIED TO TEACH THE SONG OF BEAUTY TO HER BROTHER, BUT HE COULD NOT LEARN AS FAST AS SHE AND HAD TROUBLE REMEMBERING THE ELABORATELY BEAUTIFUL SONG. BY THE USE OF MAGIC SHE WAS FINALLY ABLE TO TEACH HIM; WHEN SHE RETURNED TO HER LOVER IN THE LOWER WORLD, THE NAVAJO WERE LEFT WITH THE GIFT OF HEALING."

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Goddess Maat  

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MAAT is the Egyptian Goddess of order, truth, and justice. Her name was sometimes seen as MA'AT. She is the daughter of the Sun God Re, representing the order that he imposed on the cosmos. Kings often called themselves "Beloved of Maat", showing that they upheld her order and emphasizing their legitimacy. Judges were known as representatives of Maat, who herself played a role in the final judgment of the soul. In the "Hall of the Two Truths", the deceased's heart was weighed against Maat's Feather of Truth. If deemed acceptable, the soul would have a happy afterlife; if not, it was devoured by the crocodile Goddess Ammut.

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Ninhursag Sumarian Goddess Of Fertility  

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"NINHURSAG" IS THE SUMARIAN GODDESS OF FERTILITY; HER DOMAIN IS THE EARTH AND ALL OF ITS CREATURES AND PLANTS. HER NAME MEANS "LADY OF THE MOUNTAIN". ALL OF MESOPOTAMIA WORSHIPPED HER AS THE PRIMORDIAL MOTHER WHO CREATED HUMANITY FROM CLAY. SHE IS THE DAUGHTER OF KI AND ANU, THE GOD OF THE SKY. SHE IS THE CONSORT OF ENKI, GOD OF THE WATERS. THEIR STORY BEGINS IN THE SEASON OF WINTER, AND IT IS NINHURSAG'S JOB TO USHER IN THE SPRING.

ENKI WAS AROUSED BY THE MOTHER GODDESS AND THEY MAKE LOVE, AND THROUGH THE UNION OF EARTH AND WATER, NINHURSAG BORE ENKI A DAUGHTER, NINSAR, MISTRESS OF VEGETATION; HER BIRTH REPRESENTS THE NEW PLANTS THAT GREW AFTER THE UNION OF HER PARENTS. HOWEVER, THE SEASON IS NOW ENDING AND NINHURSAG MUST DEPART FOR THE WINTER...LEAVING NINSAR AND ENKI. NINSAR IS SUBSEQUENTLY IMPREGNATED BY ENKI; SHE THEN BORE NINKURRA, GODDESS OF THE MOUNTAIN PASTURES; AND SHE, TOO, BEARS ENKI DAUGHTER, UTTU, THE SPIDER AND WEAVER OF PATTERNS OF LIFE'S DESIRES. BUT, UTTU WAS UNWILLING TO BEAR ENKI'S CHILD AND APPROACHED NINHURSAG FOR HELP; SHE WAS ADVISED TO BURY ENKI'S SEMEN IN THE GROUND. THERE IT GREW INTO EIGHT PLANTS WHICH ENKI PROCEEDED TO EAT.

THIS ENRAGED NINHURSAG WHO, SEEING HOW ENKI HAD NO RESPECT OR RESTRAINT, HAD HAD ENOUGH OF HER HUSBAND'S BETRAYALS. SHE CURSED HIM AND CAUSE EACH PLANT TO FESTER INTO A DISEASE IN THE DIFFERENT PARTS OF HIS BODY. THE OTHER GODS PLEADED WITH NINHURSAG TO TAKE THE CURSE OFF, FOR WITHOUT ENKI'S WATER, THE EARTH AND ITS PEOPLE WERE BEGINNING TO DIE. ENKI MUST SURVIVE BECAUSE LIFE DEPENDS ON HIM. SO, AFTER MUCH PLEADING ON THEIR PART, NINHURSAG GAVE IN AND, SINCE HE HAS EIGHT PAINS IN EIGHT DIFFERENT PARTS OF HIS BODY, CURED HIM BY TAKING THE PLANTS FROM HIS BODY AND GIVING BIRTH TO EIGHT HEALING GODDESSES. ENKI VOWS TO BE MORE MODEST IN HIS BEHAVIORS AND AND LEARNS A VALUABLE LESSON ABOUT BEING RESPONSIBLE.

"TAKEN LITERALLY, THE STORY OF INKI AND NINHURSAG IS ONE OF INCEST AND RAPE, BUT WE MUST REMEMBER. ENKI IS NOT AN IMMORAL CRIMINAL; IN FACT, HE IS NOT A REAL PERSON, BUT IS THE WATER WHILE NINHURSAG IS THE MOTHER EARTH, NOT A REAL WOMAN. MYTHS TEACH US HOW THE WORLD OPERATES, NOT THE WAY SOCIETY WANTS US TO BEHAVE. SO, IF WE TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT THE METAPHORS, WE WILL SEE THAT ENKI IS SIMPLY WATERING THE PLANTS. (NINSAR). NOW, NINSAR GROWS WITH CHILD, BUT IS IT NOT POSSIBLE THAT THIS SIMPLY MEANS THAT THE BIRTH OF NINKARA (PASTURES) IS SYMBOLIC OF A FIELD OF PLANTS IN THE SUMMER MONTHS? FOR, AS ENKI WATERED THE PLANTS, SOME OF IT SEEPED OVER INTO THE GROUND CREATING THE FLOWERING PASTURES. FOR, METAPHORICALLY, THIS BEAUTIFUL TALE IS ABOUT THE CHANGING OF THE SEASONS AND THE BEAUTY OF THE INTERACTION OF THE CREATIVE DUALITIES. "

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Greek Sea Gods  

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The ancient Greeks had a large number of sea deities. The philosopher Plato once remarked that the Greek people were like frogs sitting around a pond-their many cities hugging close to the Mediterranean coastline from the Hellenic homeland to Asia Minor, Libya, Sicily and Southern Italy. It was natural, therefore, to venerate a rich variety of aquatic divinities. The range of Greek sea gods of the classical era range from primordial powers and an Olympian on the one hand, to heroized mortals, chthonic nymphs, trickster-figures, and monsters on the other.

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Goddess Ceridwen  

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CERIDWEN (pronounced KARE-id-wen) is the Celtic Goddess of wisdom and magic. She had three children, a beautiful maiden named Creirwy, an ugly but strong son named Morvran, and an extremely ugly son named Afagddu. Unfortunately, Afagddu had no skills or knowledge that would compensate for his looks. Ceridwen, as Goddess of magic, decided to brew a potion that would give her son the gifts of poetry and wisdom. The potion took a year and a day to brew, and Ceridwen employed a blind man to tend the fire under it and a boy named Gwion to stir it. Just as the potion was ready to be used, three drops splashed out of the cauldron and burned Gwion's thumb--he instinctively licked them off, thereby gaining the gifts of the potion. The rest of the potion was useless, and Ceridwen was so angry with Gwion that she chased him down. He tried to turn into a rabbit, but she turned into a dog. He turned into a fish, but she became an otter and followed him into the water. He turned into a bird, and she pursued him as a hawk. Finally, he turned himself into a grain of corn, hoping that she would not be able to distinguish him from the other grains. But, of course, Ceridwen immediately recognized Gwion and, turning herself into a hen, she ate him.

Ceridwen soon found that she was pregnant, and knew that her child would be Gwion reborn and that he would remember his previous life and retain all the knowledge that he had stolen from her son. She swore that she would kill him as soon as he was born, but the baby was so beautiful that she couldn't bring herself to do it. Instead, she wrapped him in a sealskin and set him out to sea. The baby was rescued by a Celtic prince named Elffin, who named him Taliesin. He grew up to be one of the greatest bards of Celtic history.

Ceridwen's name means "blessed poetry", and has several variations, including CARIDWEN, CEREDUIN, CERRIDU, CERRIDWEN, KERIDWEN, KERRIDWEN, KERITUEN, KERRITUEN, KERRITWEN, KYRRIDUEN, and KYRRITUEN.

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Goddess Inkosazana  

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INKOSAZANA is the Zulu Goddess of agriculture. She can manifest as a rainbow, a snake, a mermaid, a beautiful white woman, or as the rain. She is called upon in the spring to bring fertility to the land, and also by virgins to help them find a suitable husband. Inkosazana is also called QUEEN OF THE HEAVENS, PRINCESS OF THE HEAVENS, and INKOSAZANA-Y-ZULU.

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Feast Of The Disir  

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The Disting and Ostara celebration is the time the Disir are the strongest. The veil between here and the world of the Disir is the thinnest. Kindle a fire and speak of their greatness. Remember, that evening they will hear you across the generations of your family and you will feel their strength and gifts.

Celebrate this special time with a Feast to the Disir. Spring is the time when the Goddesses go on the hunt; this is a time for the Ancestral Mothers to ride with Freya (or Frigga) leading the hunt! If you hear it, you are lucky; if you see, you are dead or going to be soon. Every time you speak their names and sing their deeds, they live forever.

WHO ARE THE DISIR?

The Disir are the ancestral mothers, the first of each of our ancestral line. There are around 400 votive altars raised all over Europe dedicated to ancestral mothers.

Freya is considered the 'Queen of the Disir' due to her fertility and magical qualities, but Frigga could very well fill this role. Frigga is the Goddess of fertility in the motherly aspect. She is mother Earth and the Patron Goddess of mothers and family. She assists in childbirth, as the Disir are said too.

The Disir are said to have these same qualities. "They are present at every persons birth, through their life and at their death." (Ancient Mothers, Winefred Hodge) It could also be argued that they fill the role of the Norns, being past, present and future. Another theory is that the Disir are the displaced Souls of the Ancestral Mothers. (Theedrich Yeat)

Upon our birth the ancient mothers enter our bodies with our first breath and guide us through our lives, and on our death, we release their spirit with our last breath for the next of kin. Freya or Frigga could very well be the First of our Line that our Folk have carried with us generation upon generation, hence the title Vanadis, Queen of the Disir.

The Disir are family specific, and an important aspect of both men's and women's souls. Each family has their ancestral mother's blood flowing in their veins. The Disir are the little voice inside of us that tells us to go forth or hold back. They are the woman's intuition that we inherit from our mothers, both ancient and modern.

The Disir are important to both men and women, since we all carry our mothers' line. The Gods and the Goddesses represent the collective unconscious Soul; the Disir (and the Einherjar) represent our conscious soul, our living soul. They aid us now in our waking state. They give us awareness of things we need during our conscious state: strength, intuition, inspiration, etc. They are important to us as the healing, seeing, wise female spirits that guide us in our daily lives, the gut instinct that you get when something feels so right or terribly wrong.

Source: Odinic Rite, Article by Kathy Metzger



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The Valkyries  

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The VALKYRIES (pronounced VAL-kir-ees) are the Norse Goddesses who choose which warriors will go to Valhalla when they are slain. The name Valkyries means "choosers of the slain", and these beautiful women rode on winged horses to battlefields, where they would choose the bravest of the dead warriors and bring them to join Odin's army in Valhalla. The Valkyries wore armor and carried spears, and their armor gives off a glow that flashes through the northern sky as the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights.

Various individual Valkyries are listed in mythology, some with translations of their names:

ALVITR (all-white)

BRYNNHILDR (mailcoat of battle)

FRIAGABI (giver of freedom)

GEIRAH"od (battle of spears)

GEIRAV"oR



GEIRDRIFUL



GEIR"oNUL


GEIRSK"oGUL

GJ"oLL (battle cry)

G"oNDUL (spear thrust)

GRIMHILDR (mask of battle)

GUdR (sword stroke)

GUdR'uN (battle-rune)

GUNNR (battle)

HERFJ"oTUR (war-fetter)

HERJA


HILDEBERG (battle fortress)

HILDEGUND (battle war)

HILDR (battle)

HJALMthRIMUL


HJ"oRthRIMUL (battle of swords)

HL"oKK (din of battle)

HRIST (shaker)

HRUND


K'aRA

KREIMHILDR



MIST


"OLR'uN (knower of the mysteries of ale)

R'adGR'idR (counsel of peace)

RANDGR'i-dR (shield of peace)

REGINLEIF (heritage of the gods)

R'oTA (she who causes turmoil)

SANNGR'idR (swift stroke)

SIGRDR'iFA (she who drives victory)

SIGR'uN (knower of mysteries of victory)

SKALM"oLD


SKEGGJ"oLD (wearing a war axe)

SK"oGUL (raging)

SKULD (she who is becoming)

SV'aFA (Suebian)

SVANHV'iT


SVEId

SVIPUL (storm)

^I"oGN

^IRIMA

^IR'udR (power)



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Perkwunos  

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The name of an Indo-European god of thunder and/or the oak may be reconstructed as *perkunos or *perkunos. Another name for the thunder god contains an onomatopoeic root *tar-, continued in Gaulish Taranis and Hittite Tarhunt. Germanic *Thunraz (Thor) is from a stem *(s)tene- "thunder".

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Goddess Canola  

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"CANOLA" IS THE IRISH GODDESS OF MUSIC AND DANCE. THOUGHT TO BE ONE OF THE OLDEST OF THE IRISH DEITIES, SHE HAS BEEN WORSHIPPED SINCE AS EARLY AS 2,300 BC. "CANOLA "WAS THE MYTHICAL INVENTOR OF IRELANDS LONG CHERISHED SYMBOL, THE HARP, AND HAS BEEN WORSHIPPED AS A GODDESS OF MUSIC MAGIC, WATER MAGIC, DREAMS AND INSPIRATION. A PATRONESS OF MUSICIANS AND BARDS, "CANOLA "AIDS THEIR INSPIRATION AND CREATIVITY.

THE LEGEND OF THE HARP'S CREATION RELATES THAT "CANOLA", FLEEING FROM HER HUSBAND, WAS WALKING ALONG THE SHORE WHEN SHE HEARD A SWEET MURMUR AS THE WIND PLAYED THROUGH THE SINEWS THAT WERE STILL CLINGING TO A WHALES SKELETON. LISTENING, SHE FELL INTO A DEEP SLEEP, AND WHEN HER HUSBAND, FINDING HER THUS, LEARNED THAT THE SOUND HAD LULLED HER, HE MADE A FRAMEWORK OF WOOD FOR THE SINEWS. ON THIS HE PLAYED, AND THE PAIR WERE RECONCILED.

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Hel The Norse Goddess Of The Dead  

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HEL IS THE NORSE GODDESS OF THE UNDERWORLD KINGDOM OF HELHEIM. SHE IS THE DARK HAG WHO WALKS THE LINE BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH AND THINS THE VEIL BETWEEN THE WORLDS. SHE PRESIDED OVER THE DEAD, ESPECIALLY THOSE WHO WERE KILLED IN BATTLE. THOSE WHO DIED HEROICALLY IN BATTLE ENDED UP IN VALHALLA, THE HALL OF HEROES. THE LEGEND GOES THAT WITH A SIMPLE WAVE OF HER HAND SHE COULD CAUSE DISEASE, DECAY, AND DEATH. SHE WAS THE DAUGHTER YOUNGEST CHILD OF THE THE TRICKSTER GOD, LOKI AND THE EVIL GIANTESS WHO WAS CALLED ANGERBODA. HER BROTHERS WERE FERRIS (THE EVIL GIANT WOLF) AND JORMUNGARD (THE MIDGARD SERPENT). IT WAS HEL WHO GIFTED ODIN WITH HIS TWIN RAVENS OF PROPHESY AND WISDOM.

HEL HAD QUITE A DISTURBING APPEARANCE, AN UGLY HALF-DEAD HAG WITH GANGRENE LEGS AND A HIDEOUS FACE. IT IS SAID THAT SHE IS BOTH BLACK AND WHITE AND HER BODY WAS SAID THAT HER BODY REPRESENTED BOTH SIDES OF THE SPECTRUM. THE OTHER GODS WERE UNCOMFORTABLE WITH HEL'S APPEARANCE AND AVOIDED HER. THIS MADE HEL VERY UNHAPPY AND LONELY, AND SHE ASKED ODIN IF SHE COULD LEAVE ASGARD. IT WAS THEN THAT ODIN GAVE HER THE WORLD OF HELHEIM TO RULE OVER. SHE WOULD JUDGE OVER THOSE WHO WERE GOOD AND EVIL AND GIVE THEM THEIR JUST REWARDS...THE LEVELS OF 'HEAVEN' OR HELL'.

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