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Goddess Archetypes  Venus/Aphrodite: love and fertility  Diana/Artemis: nature and hunting  Minerva/Athena: strength, clear thinking  Ceres/Demeter: motherhood  Juno/Hera: queenship and partnership  Proserpina/Persephone: mysticism and mediumship  Sophia: wisdom

Goddess Archetypes Venus/Aphrodite: love and fertility Diana/Artemis: nature and hunting Minerva/Athena: strength, clear thinking Ceres/Demeter: motherhood Juno/Hera: queenship and partnership Proserpina/Persephone: mysticism and mediumship Sophia: wisdom

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N. C. Wyeth (1882-1945)

N. C. Wyeth (1882-1945)

Maeve’s (Irish Goddess) themes are fairies, magic, protection, leadership, and justice (law).  Her symbols are birds and gold.  As the Fairy Queen, Maeve oversees today’s merrymaking among the citizens of fey during their Fairy Gatherings. She also attends to human affairs by providing protection, wise leadership and prudent conventions. Works of art depict Maeve with golden birds on Her shoulders, whispering magical knowledge into Her ear.

Goddess Maeve

Maeve’s (Irish Goddess) themes are fairies, magic, protection, leadership, and justice (law). Her symbols are birds and gold. As the Fairy Queen, Maeve oversees today’s merrymaking among the citizens of fey during their Fairy Gatherings. She also attends to human affairs by providing protection, wise leadership and prudent conventions. Works of art depict Maeve with golden birds on Her shoulders, whispering magical knowledge into Her ear.

Merlin ~ N. C. Wyeth (1882-1945)

Merlin ~ N. C. Wyeth (1882-1945)

Robin Hood by N. C. Wyeth (1882-1945) -

Robin Hood by N. C. Wyeth (1882-1945) -

Slavko Vorkapich "The Furies" 1934. (Opening scene from '‪Crime Without Passion‬', original unedited version).

Slavko Vorkapich "The Furies" 1934. (Opening scene from '‪Crime Without Passion‬', original unedited version).

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