Norse - The Ravager. Associated with the day Saturday, her symbols include the stormy sea and nets.
|Greek - Nature - One of the first twelve Titans. Daughter of Gaea and Ouranus, wife of Kronos, and mother of Zeus and his siblings.Back To Top
Egyptian - Lion goddess of the burning sun and protectress of women.
Scorpion goddess and guardian of tombs and mummies.
Norse - Also called Sif, Earth Mother, and Golden Hair. Fertility goddess and wife of Thor. Associated with the day Monday, her symbols include the loom and mirror.
Norse - Also called Siguna, Signy, the Faithful. Associated with the day Monday, her symbol is the bowl. Wife of Loki.
Norse - Goddess of love, she is associated with the day Friday. Her symbol is the heart.
Norse - Goddess of dark magick, mountains, and winter snow. She is associated with the day Saturday and her symbols include mountains and the New Moon.
|Norse - One of the three best known Norns, she is what shall be.Back To Top
Egyptian - Goddess of cool moist afternoon breezes and gental rains.
Greek - the fertile sea - One of the first twelve Titans, daughter of Gaea and Ouranos, wife of Oceanus.
Greek - Justice - One of the first twelve Titans, daughter of Gaea and Ouranos, wife of Iapetus.
|Babylonian - Daughter of Earth and sister/wife of Shakan. She kills her mother and is later killed by her own children, a herding god and goddess.Back To Top
|Norse - One of the three best know Norns, she is what has been.Back To Top
Norse - Daughters of Odin who select dead heros and bring them to Valhalla.
Roman - Goddess of love, beauty, and all things sexual. Mother of Cupid.
Norse - One of the three best known Norns, she is becoming.
|Egyptian - Cobra goddess who protects the Sun and the royal family. Her symbol is a rearing cobra with spread hood (uraeus).Back To Top
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Goddesses A -H
Goddesses I - P