goddesses

White Shell Woman

by goddesses on April 1, 2016

Goddess of the month - White Shell Woman

We each are reminded to live in harmony, so that “All things around me are restored in beauty.”

Hina, Great Polynesian Goddess

Hina, the creator of all, reminds us that nourishment can be brought forth even in dire-seeming circumstances.

Pele

by goddesses on August 1, 2015

Pele, Hawaiian Volcano Goddess

The fiery-tempered Hawaiian goddess reminds us that there is creativity everywhere, including in rage, in fierceness and in fire.

Thetis

by goddesses on February 1, 2015

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Thetis, fertile and pleasure-loving Greek sea goddess, leads us into the delicious depths.

Scorpio New Moon Eclipse Ceremony

Thursday’s Scorpio New Moon Eclipse portal opens—claim your power!

Valkyrie, The Bird Goddess

by goddesses on February 1, 2014

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Valkyrie, suggesting that we release outmoded patterns and projects during the upcoming retrograde.

Moon Goddess Arianrhod

by goddesses on November 1, 2013

Welsh goddess Arianrhod

The Welsh triple moon goddess and keeper of time guides us through dark places.

Psyche

by goddesses on January 1, 2013

Goddess of the Month - Psyche

Psyche, reminding us that the deepest learning grows out of our own mistakes.

Venus

by goddesses on December 1, 2012

Venus, goddess of love

Venus, personification of physical and spiritual love, returns to the sky as a morning star this month, lighting our way into new days.

Diana

by goddesses on November 1, 2011

Diana, goddess of the month

Diana, protectress of the young and of wild things, at home in all wilderness, guides us into the dark of the year.

High Priestess

by goddesses on September 1, 2011

High Priestess, the Great Goddess

High Priestess, the Great Goddess, gives life and takes it, and reminds us each to nurture the divine spark within—and wherever we find it.

Hel

by goddesses on July 1, 2011

Norse goddess Hel, helping us see things as they really are

The Norse goddess Hel, teaches us to look behind the mask of appearances.