Sif is the Norse Goddess of Corn and Fertility. She was Goddess with beautiful golden hair. by belphegor
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belphegor Sif is the Norse Goddess of Corn and Fertility. She was Goddess with beautiful golden hair.
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The Norse Goddess Sif is the golden-haired wife of the God Thor. She may have been a fertility goddess. Her best know myth is when Loki the Trickster sneaked into Sif's bedroom and lopped off her hair. Furious, Thor threatened to smash him unless Loki managed to replace the hair. He then asked the dwarfs to spin gold as fine as Sif's hair and imbue it with magic that it will grow on her head. The dwarfs agreed and made a long wave of fine golden strands, which Loki gave to Sif. by tia
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tia The Norse Goddess Sif is the golden-haired wife of the God Thor. She may have been a fertility goddess. Her best know myth is when Loki the Trickster sneaked into Sif's bedroom and lopped off her hair. Furious, Thor threatened to smash him unless Loki managed to replace the hair. He then asked the dwarfs to spin gold as fine as Sif's hair and imbue it with magic that it will grow on her head. The dwarfs agreed and made a long wave of fine golden strands, which Loki gave to Sif.
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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 by _Lilian_
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_Lilian_ 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
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✯Most likey Sif ~the Norse Goddess of harvest~ with corresponding Rune Jera, ~ Ink and Graphite✯ by pansy
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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 by proteamundi
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proteamundi 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
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Eir is the goddess associated with healing. She is known to be one of the handmaidens of Frigg, who is wife of Odin, the king of the gods. She is considered a minor goddess and is not one of the Æsir often thought of when one thinks of the Norse pantheon by carmella
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carmella Eir is the goddess associated with healing. She is known to be one of the handmaidens of Frigg, who is wife of Odin, the king of the gods. She is considered a minor goddess and is not one of the Æsir often thought of when one thinks of the Norse pantheon
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The Greek goddess of the hunt, childbirth, fertility and plagues, and she is associated with the moon. Most modern legends portray her as a virginal goddess, however in ancient Greek writings she was a dichotomy. While she was called virginal and shown to be such in some works, she was also shown to be a lover of many Greek heroes including Orion and even of her own twin brother, Apollo. In the context of the DH mythos, she is a primary goddess who rules over all the Dark-Hunters. by victoria
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victoria The Greek goddess of the hunt, childbirth, fertility and plagues, and she is associated with the moon. Most modern legends portray her as a virginal goddess, however in ancient Greek writings she was a dichotomy. While she was called virginal and shown to be such in some works, she was also shown to be a lover of many Greek heroes including Orion and even of her own twin brother, Apollo. In the context of the DH mythos, she is a primary goddess who rules over all the Dark-Hunters.
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Oonagh is an ancient Irish Goddess. She is known as the queen of the fairies and the Goddess of nature, love and relationships. Irish legend depicts her as having long silky golden hair that goes all the way to the ground. She wears a long sparkling silver gown that shimmers with dew that look like little diamonds all over it. She was the faithful wife of Fionnbharr, who is the leader of the Tuatha De Danaan. by marci
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marci Oonagh is an ancient Irish Goddess. She is known as the queen of the fairies and the Goddess of nature, love and relationships. Irish legend depicts her as having long silky golden hair that goes all the way to the ground. She wears a long sparkling silver gown that shimmers with dew that look like little diamonds all over it. She was the faithful wife of Fionnbharr, who is the leader of the Tuatha De Danaan.
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Frigga is a Norse Goddess. She is the wife of Odin, and ruler over love, birth, marriage, destiny, and the sky. She weaves the sky and fates, and is considered responsible for the fertility of crops (due to the rain and sun from the sky). She is considered the “All mother" by cassandra
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cassandra Frigga is a Norse Goddess. She is the wife of Odin, and ruler over love, birth, marriage, destiny, and the sky. She weaves the sky and fates, and is considered responsible for the fertility of crops (due to the rain and sun from the sky). She is considered the “All mother"
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The Morrigan is a goddess of battle, strife, and fertility. She sometimes appears in the form of a crow, flying above the warriors, and in the Ulster cycle she also takes the form of an eel, a wolf and a cow. She is generally considered a war deity comparable with the Germanic Valkyries, although her association with cattle also suggests a role connected with fertility, wealth, and the land. by rachelle
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rachelle The Morrigan is a goddess of battle, strife, and fertility. She sometimes appears in the form of a crow, flying above the warriors, and in the Ulster cycle she also takes the form of an eel, a wolf and a cow. She is generally considered a war deity comparable with the Germanic Valkyries, although her association with cattle also suggests a role connected with fertility, wealth, and the land.
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Artio is the Gaulish Goddess of wild animals, especially bears. She was worshiped in Switzerland, where a bronze statue of her feeding a bear calls her Deae Artioni. She is also associated with fertility and fruition, since breeding bears spend their hibernation pregnant and give birth when they rise in the spring. Photographer Katerina Plotnikova by victoria
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victoria Artio is the Gaulish Goddess of wild animals, especially bears. She was worshiped in Switzerland, where a bronze statue of her feeding a bear calls her Deae Artioni. She is also associated with fertility and fruition, since breeding bears spend their hibernation pregnant and give birth when they rise in the spring. Photographer Katerina Plotnikova
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In Norse mythology, Rán (Old Norse "sea") is a sea goddess. She is married to Ægir and they have nine daughters together. She had a net in which she tried to capture men who ventured out on the sea She is also associated with the practice of sailors bringing gold with them on any voyage, so that if they drowned while at sea, Ran would be pleased by their gift. (wiki) by donna
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donna In Norse mythology, Rán (Old Norse "sea") is a sea goddess. She is married to Ægir and they have nine daughters together. She had a net in which she tried to capture men who ventured out on the sea She is also associated with the practice of sailors bringing gold with them on any voyage, so that if they drowned while at sea, Ran would be pleased by their gift. (wiki)
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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. Macha (Irish) – The wild goddess who battles against injustice to woman and children. by maritza
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maritza 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. Macha (Irish) – The wild goddess who battles against injustice to woman and children.
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Goddess: Oya (Yoruba)    Oya is the Yoruba warrior-goddess of fire, wind, magic, fertility, and other chaotic, electrifying phenomena.    She's also the goddess of the Niger river, and she wears a lot of red!    She is not a goddess in quite the same sense as a Greco-Roman deity, but is an "orisha," an elemental spirit. by proteamundi
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proteamundi Goddess: Oya (Yoruba) Oya is the Yoruba warrior-goddess of fire, wind, magic, fertility, and other chaotic, electrifying phenomena. She's also the goddess of the Niger river, and she wears a lot of red! She is not a goddess in quite the same sense as a Greco-Roman deity, but is an "orisha," an elemental spirit.
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Nane was an Armenian pagan Mother Goddess. She was the Goddess of War, Wisdom, and Motherhood, and the daughter of the supreme God Aramazd. Nane looked like a young beautiful woman in the clothing of a warrior, with spear and shield in hand, like the Greek Athene, with whom she was identified in the Hellenic period. by lynnette
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lynnette Nane was an Armenian pagan Mother Goddess. She was the Goddess of War, Wisdom, and Motherhood, and the daughter of the supreme God Aramazd. Nane looked like a young beautiful woman in the clothing of a warrior, with spear and shield in hand, like the Greek Athene, with whom she was identified in the Hellenic period.
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Epona was a protector of horses, donkeys, and mules. She was a Celtic goddess of fertility, by shawn
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shawn Epona was a protector of horses, donkeys, and mules. She was a Celtic goddess of fertility,
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Verdandi is the Norse Goddess of the Fate of the Present and Necessity, the Goddess of 'Being'. Along with Skuld and Urd. She is one of the three principle Norns, the Norse parallel of the Greek Fates. Her name means 'that which is'. Verdandi winds that thread of life after it has been spun by Urd. by proteamundi
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proteamundi Verdandi is the Norse Goddess of the Fate of the Present and Necessity, the Goddess of 'Being'. Along with Skuld and Urd. She is one of the three principle Norns, the Norse parallel of the Greek Fates. Her name means 'that which is'. Verdandi winds that thread of life after it has been spun by Urd.
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Demeter was the goddess of the harvest and was credited with teaching humans how to grow, preserve, & prepare grain. Demeter was thought to be responsible for the fertility of the land. She is also known for her fierce defense of her daughter, Persephone. When Persephone was abducted by Hades, lord of the underworld, Demeter wandered the earth in search of her. During this time the earth brought forth no grain. by sophia
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sophia Demeter was the goddess of the harvest and was credited with teaching humans how to grow, preserve, & prepare grain. Demeter was thought to be responsible for the fertility of the land. She is also known for her fierce defense of her daughter, Persephone. When Persephone was abducted by Hades, lord of the underworld, Demeter wandered the earth in search of her. During this time the earth brought forth no grain.
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Anu (pronounced an-oo) is the Celtic Mother Goddess, Dawn Mother, and Goddess of death and the dead. Anu is the goddess of cattle, health, fertility, prosperity, and comfort. She sometimes formed a trinity with Badb and Macha as the flowering fertility aspect of the maiden. Anu is also called Ana, Annan, Danu, or Don, and later called St Anne. She is the wife of the sun god Belenos, and is the ancestor of all the gods. Anu watered the first oak tree, Bile, giving life to the earth... by fran
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fran Anu (pronounced an-oo) is the Celtic Mother Goddess, Dawn Mother, and Goddess of death and the dead. Anu is the goddess of cattle, health, fertility, prosperity, and comfort. She sometimes formed a trinity with Badb and Macha as the flowering fertility aspect of the maiden. Anu is also called Ana, Annan, Danu, or Don, and later called St Anne. She is the wife of the sun god Belenos, and is the ancestor of all the gods. Anu watered the first oak tree, Bile, giving life to the earth...
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Thor (from Old Norse Þórr) is a hammer-wielding god associated with thunder, lightning, storms, oak trees, strength, the protection of mankind, and also hallowing, healing and fertility. by karla
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karla Thor (from Old Norse Þórr) is a hammer-wielding god associated with thunder, lightning, storms, oak trees, strength, the protection of mankind, and also hallowing, healing and fertility.
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Völuspá is the Norse Goddess of Wisdom and Prophecy. She is the seer or völva who tells Odin the story of how the world was created, and how it would come to its end. She is not named in the poem, and subsequent tellings have given her the name of her work, which means “the völva’s prophecy.” by Nina Maltese
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Nina Maltese Völuspá is the Norse Goddess of Wisdom and Prophecy. She is the seer or völva who tells Odin the story of how the world was created, and how it would come to its end. She is not named in the poem, and subsequent tellings have given her the name of her work, which means “the völva’s prophecy.”
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Flidais is a Goddess described in early Irish literature. She is a shape-shifter and member of the Tuatha Dé Danann, known by the epithet Foltchaín ("beautiful hair"). In the Middle Irish glossary, Cóir Anmann ("Fitness of Names"), she is said to be the wife of the legendary High King Adamair and the mother of Nia Segamain, who by his mother's power was able to milk deer as if they were cows. She is considered a Hunting Goddess. by proteamundi
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proteamundi Flidais is a Goddess described in early Irish literature. She is a shape-shifter and member of the Tuatha Dé Danann, known by the epithet Foltchaín ("beautiful hair"). In the Middle Irish glossary, Cóir Anmann ("Fitness of Names"), she is said to be the wife of the legendary High King Adamair and the mother of Nia Segamain, who by his mother's power was able to milk deer as if they were cows. She is considered a Hunting Goddess.
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Greek Mythology: Astraia (or Astraea) was the virgin-goddess of justice. During the Golden Age she dwelt upon the earth with mankind, but was driven away by the lawlessness of the later Bronze Age. Zeus then placed her amongst the stars as the constellation Virgo. She was closely identified with Dike, the goddess of justice, and with Nemesis, the goddess of rightful indignation. by grignjr
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grignjr Greek Mythology: Astraia (or Astraea) was the virgin-goddess of justice. During the Golden Age she dwelt upon the earth with mankind, but was driven away by the lawlessness of the later Bronze Age. Zeus then placed her amongst the stars as the constellation Virgo. She was closely identified with Dike, the goddess of justice, and with Nemesis, the goddess of rightful indignation.
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Gabija (pronounced GA-bee-jah) is the Lithuanian Goddess of Fire and the Hearth. As Gabjauja, she was also Goddess of Corn and other Grains.KNOW ALSO BY NAME .ST .AGNES.FOR CHRISTIANS by kaitlin
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kaitlin Gabija (pronounced GA-bee-jah) is the Lithuanian Goddess of Fire and the Hearth. As Gabjauja, she was also Goddess of Corn and other Grains.KNOW ALSO BY NAME .ST .AGNES.FOR CHRISTIANS
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Skadi is the Goddess of independence, death, hunting and skiing. Scandinavia was named after her; the English words shadow, skullduggery and shade came from her name. In Norse mythology, Skaði, is a jötunn and goddess associated with bowhunting, skiing, winter, and mountains. Skaði is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources; the Prose Edda and Heimskringla, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson, and in the works of skalds. by kristine
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kristine Skadi is the Goddess of independence, death, hunting and skiing. Scandinavia was named after her; the English words shadow, skullduggery and shade came from her name. In Norse mythology, Skaði, is a jötunn and goddess associated with bowhunting, skiing, winter, and mountains. Skaði is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources; the Prose Edda and Heimskringla, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson, and in the works of skalds.
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Kólga (Cool Wave), 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. by donna
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donna Kólga (Cool Wave), 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.
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Gabija (pronounced GA-bee-jah) is the Lithuanian Goddess of Fire and the Hearth. As Gabjauja, she was also Goddess of Corn and other Grains. When a follower laid out a fire or a meal, they would give an offering to Gabija as well—water for a fire, and beer for a meal. Gabija’s fire protected the home from thieves and demons, and could only be put out with pure water. With the advent of Christianity, Gabija was identified with St. Agnes. by kaitlin
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kaitlin Gabija (pronounced GA-bee-jah) is the Lithuanian Goddess of Fire and the Hearth. As Gabjauja, she was also Goddess of Corn and other Grains. When a follower laid out a fire or a meal, they would give an offering to Gabija as well—water for a fire, and beer for a meal. Gabija’s fire protected the home from thieves and demons, and could only be put out with pure water. With the advent of Christianity, Gabija was identified with St. Agnes.
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In Greek mythology Hemera ("day") was the personification of day and one of the Protogenoi or primordial deities. She is the Goddess of the by amoramanda
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amoramanda In Greek mythology Hemera ("day") was the personification of day and one of the Protogenoi or primordial deities. She is the Goddess of the
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'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 by proteamundi
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proteamundi '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
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RHEA was the Titanis mother of the gods, and a goddess of female fertility, motherhood, and generation. Her name means "flow" and "ease." by marissa
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marissa RHEA was the Titanis mother of the gods, and a goddess of female fertility, motherhood, and generation. Her name means "flow" and "ease."
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Demeter was the second eldest of the gods and really chill. She was important as a fertility deity, and was often syncretized with other goddesses like Rhea and Gaia and with Roman Ceres and "Phrygian" Cybele. Though she never married, she was no stranger to the arts of love (well, duh, for a fertility goddess). In fact, her priestesses initiated brides and grooms into the "secrets of the couch." While she was still young she and Zeus produced Persephone (called Kore, or Girl) and Iacchus (wh... by Kirly
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Kirly Demeter was the second eldest of the gods and really chill. She was important as a fertility deity, and was often syncretized with other goddesses like Rhea and Gaia and with Roman Ceres and "Phrygian" Cybele. Though she never married, she was no stranger to the arts of love (well, duh, for a fertility goddess). In fact, her priestesses initiated brides and grooms into the "secrets of the couch." While she was still young she and Zeus produced Persephone (called Kore, or Girl) and Iacchus (wh...
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