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Goddess Freya

She is called the Lady, the Great Goddess, famed for her great beauty, and indeed is often known as "The Fair One", but she is so much more. She is Freya, the Goddess of the Norse; enchantress, leader of the Valkyries, ruler over the dead in Valhalla and the Sage who inspires all women in their creative endeavors. She is a Goddess of love, fertility, prosperity, magick, destiny, shape-shifting, shamanism, childbirth, children, home, protection, weaving and when called upon...

Goddess Dahut

In times long forgotten, the Celts battled passionately against invasions of their homelands. Gradlon, one of many young pagans joined the battle to save his people. His bravery and honor became known throughout the land. The Celts fought endlessly but the English were ruthless and soon the Celts of Devon and Cornwall were cut off from the Celts of Wales. Gradlon fought in the crusade of his people to establish a new land, a land that would become Brittany...

Goddess Athena

In the popular stories of Athena, She is one of the oldest Deities in the Greek pantheon and one of their most beloved Goddesses. It is believed that the Dorians, the original Greeks that invaded the Pelasgian in a land that was to later become Greece, found the worship of the Mother Goddess Athena already in place and adapted her into their own pantheon. The Greek economy was largely military, so Athena while retaining her domestic aspects, became a goddess...

Goddess Nuit

Nuit is Goddess of the Sky, the heavens and the starry night that reflects the eternity of the universe. As Mother Goddess of the Night, She is keeper of the unconsciousness and a protector of those who have journeyed through the land of the dead. Her skin is the color of the night sky lit by the starry souls of our dead ancestors who await rebirth. As the Mother Goddess of the Sun, She is a Goddess of resurrection....

Goddess Cerridwyn

Cerridwyn is the Welsh Nature Goddess. She tends the caldron of wisdom, knowledge and divine inspiration. It is told she lived on an island the middle of Lake Tegid, as does our Mother Earth exist as an island in the sky. Cerridwyn bore two children, a daughter of the light and a son of the shadow. Her daughter was thought to be beautiful and gave her much pleasure. Her son ugly, the shadow/unknown we all fear. For love of her...

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