Sif is the Norse Goddess of Corn and Fertility. She was Goddess with beautiful golden hair.
Thrud was the Norse Goddess of Power and Strength. She was the daughter of Thor and Sif. Thor prevented the marriage between Thrud and a
Handcrafted Freya Inspired Dangle Earrings Freya, the Norse goddess of fertility and love was known her beauty and is the inspiration for these gorgeous dangle earrings. These captivating earrings measure 2.5 inches in length and are fashioned on silver-plated easy-to-wear fishhooks. Specifications: Approximately 2.5 Inch Length, Silver-Plated Fishhook Earwire, Handcrafted in USA
Himinglæva, (That through which one can see the heavens (a reference to the transparency of water)), is a Norse Giantess, a Goddess and Personification of an aspect of Ocean Waves. She is one of the Nine daughters of Ægir and Rán, God and Goddess of the Sea.
'Satis' by Hbruton. Not very well known Goddess, She is associated with the flooding of the Nile, hunting, war and fertility. One of Her titles is "She who runs like an arrow". She is often depicted with Gazelle horns or as a Gazelle itself. She is also shown as a consort/wife of Khnum. In this pic She is a Soemmering's Gazelle which was a gazelle known to the upper Nile and Nubia where Her cult was situated. And yes, those are male horns but her headress in art always shows the male horns.
Leeann Pearce Scrap GODDESS. Everything she makes is beautiful in it's perfect imperfection- another one that makes me get all self doubty.
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The Greek Goddess Artemis was worshiped in most Greek cities but only as a secondary deity. However, to the Greeks in Asia Minor (modern day Turkey) she was a prominent deity. In Ephesus, a great temple was built in her honor, which became one of the "Seven Wonders of the Ancient World". At Ephesus she was worshiped mainly as a fertility goddess, (and was identified with Cybele the Mother Goddess). In Greece she is a fleet-footed huntress with her bow and arrows. In Ephesus she is standing e...
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Cihuacoatl (pronounced see-wah-co-AH-tl) is the Aztec Goddess of Earth and Fertility. She is the patron of midwives and took charge of the souls of women who died in childbirth. These souls were called cihuateteo after the Goddess, and they were said to haunt crossroads where they waited to steal children. Cihuacoatl helped Quetzalcoatl in creating humanity by mixing the ground bones of earlier peoples with the blood of the old Gods. Her name means “snake woman.”
A beautiful borosilicate glass, hand torched lampwork goddess, approximately 1.5" tall. She comes to you on a sterling silver chain with
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