by goddesses on March 1, 2019

Bast, Egyptian cat goddess

Bast, the ancient Egyptian cat goddess, fiercely independent, joyful, personification of life and fruitfulness… may she be our guide through the wilderness of these times.

Hina, Great Polynesian Goddess

This is our job, ladies—”to bring forth nourishment even in the midst of what appears to be death and decay.”


by goddesses on January 1, 2019

Athena, Greek goddess of wisdom

Athena, virgin goddess of war and wisdom, offers her counsels as we actively pursue inner and outer growth.

Goddess Themis

Themis, once consulted at Delphi, guides from her sense of order and her connection to nature. May she help guide us all!


by goddesses on November 1, 2018

Pele, Hawaiian Volcano Goddess

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

Changing Woman

by goddesses on October 1, 2018

Changing Woman, goddess of the month

Changing Woman reminds us of the power of carrying many different experiences and wisdoms within us

Etain, Celtic Moon Goddess

by goddesses on September 1, 2018

Etain, Celtic Moon Goddess - Daykeeper Goddess of the Month

Etain, Celtic moon goddess, travels between the realms of life and death… and keeps shining.

Venus, Goddess of Love

by goddesses on August 1, 2018

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Venus, personification of love, patroness of all attractions, helps us walk in beauty now.


by goddesses on July 1, 2018

Godess Gaia

Gaia, life energy herself, everything that lives… let’s get connected this month!


by goddesses on March 1, 2018

goddess artemis, protector of wild things

Artemis, huntress and protectress of women, youth, and wild things, reminds us of the many powers of independent women.


by goddesses on February 1, 2018

Goddess of the Month: Hera

Can you see the ancient goddess Hera today, carrying a sign? “Time’s Up.”

Minerva, Goddess of Wisdom

by goddesses on November 1, 2017

Minerva, Goddess of Wisdom

Minerva reminds: “we can use our knowledge and wisdom in the pursuit of any goal we choose.” Let us choose well.