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Lilith in The Goddess Power Pack by Cordelia Brabbs

Lilith in The Goddess Power Pack by Cordelia Brabbs

Bau Chaldaean. A Celtic goddess of the dark waters, equated with the land of the dead. ------StimulatuM / anotherkindof-x-art.tumblr.com

I live in a colorful world, but my mind is filled with classical music and black and white photography. Disclaimer: I do not own any of the photos posted unless otherwise stated .

Danu is the Mother Goddess of the Tuatha Dé Danann which means "The People of the Goddess Danu." She is a Goddess of flowing rivers and fertile land.

"Hemera" by Chie Yoshii. In greek mythology Hemera (Ἡμέρα- day) was the goddess of daytime and one of the greek primordial deities. She is the personification of day and the daughter of Erebus, god of darkness, and Nyx, goddess of the night.

Lakshmi the goddess of wealth, beauty and good fortune. She is a consort the to god Vishnu.

The Goddess Returns: Deity Mysticism for the Century – Integral Life

Danu, mother of many of Irelands gods

Danu is one of the oldest deities in Celtic Mythology. She is the Mother of the…

Ereshkigal, Queen of the Great Earth: Goddess Istar's Sister

Minus the toplessness, this would make a sweet Halloween costume. Succubus, God's Demon by Wayne Barlowe

MACHA   ~ Goddess of Sovereignty. She is a Triple Goddess Morrigan associated with the goddess of war and peace. Macha was also a leader of wisdom, physical strength, sexuality, fertility, and mastery over men.

Women of Mythology; Warriors, Mothers & Virgins: The Art of Howard David Johnson; Women of Greek, Roman, Norse & Asian Mythology

"The Spiral of the Goddess: Celtic symbol of the Goddess and the threefold nature of the Divine. It was related with femininity and with the three stages of womanhood: Maiden, Mother, Crone. Another interpretation would be that of  the three realms of the material world: Land, Sea and Sky. Numerous variations of the spiral are found in paganistic and neopaganistic representations."

Newgrange Spirals These are markings found carved on the rocks of Newgrange, a megalithic tomb site in Ireland.