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Cris Williamson singing Danny O Keefe's "The Women Are Singing Tonight".  From the jacket Cris writes: Danny O Keefe is a master storyteller and he freely gave me this song for this project, knowing how much I care about the journey of the Nez Perce in the late 1800s. This song takes place in the Big Hole Valley, the n...

The Changing Woman The early native American cultures, as well as certain religions in the early colonial period held the role of the woman sacred, as they were considered matriarchs, with renewing.

Belisama goddess of light by danbrenus. In Celtic polytheism, Belisama was a goddess worshipped in Gaul and Britain. She was connected with lakes and rivers, fire, crafts and light. Belisama was identified with Minerva/Athena and has been compared with the Irish goddess Brigid.

Belisama goddess of light by danbrenus In Celtic polytheism, Belisama was a goddess worshipped in Gaul and Britain. She was connected with lakes and rivers, fire, crafts and light. Belisama was.

Asherah’s themes are kindness, love, divination and foresight.  Her symbols are lions, lilies, a tree or a pole.  Asherah, a Canaanite Goddess of moral strength, offers to lend support and insight when we are faced with inequality or overwhelming odds. In art, She is often depicted simply as an upright post supporting the temple. This is a fitting representation, since Her name means ‘straight’.

Goddess Asherah

Asherah (Astarte) The Counterfeit Mother and Consort Of Yaldabaoth. Both appear as lions, snakes and hybrids.

theworldpulse: “ Lakshmi, goddess of the means of obtaining objectives, another divine “object” produced at the churning of the ocean of milk. “Even the tongue of Brahma is incapable of describing...

Lakshmi, Hindu goddess of wealth, prosperity (both material and spiritual), fortune, and the embodiment of beauty.

Depicts Iris with a caduceus; from an ancient Greek clay vase. London. Sotheby's. Photo. Sotheby's London F15923. © Sotheby's     A divine wand, in Greek 'kerykeion', especially carried by heralds, Hermes, Iris and others. Originally a forked stick, the terminals become stylized into loops, and then snakes.

As the sun unites Earth and Heaven, Iris links the gods to humanity.

Vesna - the goddess of Croatians (Hrvatska)

Vesna: Slavic goddess of spring, birth and renewal; also known as the Mokosh Slavic goddess of earth and fertility.

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