Ancient goddesses

Delve into the fascinating world of ancient goddesses and discover their stories of strength, wisdom, and grace. Uncover the secrets of these divine beings and be inspired by their timeless legacy.
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The Goddess Remembered

This documentary is a salute to 35,000 years of the goddess-worshipping religions of the ancient past. The film features Merlin Stone, Carol Christ, Luisah Teish and Jean Bolen, all of whom link the loss of goddess-centric societies with today's environmental crisis. This is the first part of a 3-part series that includes The Burning Times and Full Circle.

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Monica Montfort M
Clementia is the Roman goddess of forgiveness and mercy. She was celebrated as a deification of one of the noble virtues, in this case, Clemency. Her symbols are the branch and a scepter, and she is often seen leaning against a pillar, a column, or a wall. She was invoked regularly by leaders who would ask for her help in allowing them to forgive others and give them the strength to show mercy. Roman Hair, Vestal Virgin, Roman Painting, Goddess Of The Hearth, Greek Gods And Goddesses, Roman Goddess, History Painting, Roman Mythology, Goddess Art

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Clementia is the Roman goddess of forgiveness and mercy. She was celebrated as a deification of one of the noble virtues, in this case, Clemency. Her symbols are the branch and a scepter, and she is often seen leaning against a pillar, a column, or a wall. She was invoked regularly by leaders who would ask for her help in allowing them to forgive others and give them the strength to show mercy.

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Lucy Meyers
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The Cat Goddess, Bastet

Bastet is a goddess from ancient Egypt, and many Pagans honor her in their practice. We often think of her as the “cat goddess”. In this article, we will explore the signs Bastet is calling you, who she is, what she represents, and how to work with her on your Pagan path.

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Statuette of a Minoan Goddess (Our Lady of the Sports) — Institute for the Study of the Ancient World Ishtar Goddess, Bronze Age Civilization, Minoan Art, Ancient Goddesses, Goddess Sculpture, Grece Antique, Ancient Greek Art, Archaeology News, Art Sacre

Statuette of a Minoan Goddess (Our Lady of the Sports)

This ivory and gold by an unidentified artist probably from Crete is on view at the Institute as part of the exhibition "Restoring the Minoans: Elizabeth Price and Sir Arthur Evans." It was loaned by the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto (inventory number: 931.21.1).

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Euphemia Ainsbury