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Hekate, Triple Goddess of the Moon, by victoria frances

Hekate, Triple Goddess of the Moon, by victoria frances

Victoria Frances - Stone Tears - Puppet Theatre Una de las ilustraciones que aparece en su libro Favola

Victoria Frances - Stone Tears - Puppet Theatre Una de las ilustraciones que aparece en su libro Favola

Artemisa

Artemisa

Binah ('Understanding') - Hebrew. The Supernal Mother, third Sephirah of the Cabalistic Tree of Life. She takes the raw directionless energy of Chokmah, the Supernal Father (the second Sephira), and gives it form and manifestation; she is thus both the Bright Mother, Aima (nourishing) and the Dark Mother, Ama (constricting). ----Lady of Eyes

Binah ('Understanding') - Hebrew. The Supernal Mother, third Sephirah of the Cabalistic Tree of Life. She takes the raw directionless energy of Chokmah, the Supernal Father (the second Sephira), and gives it form and manifestation; she is thus both the Bright Mother, Aima (nourishing) and the Dark Mother, Ama (constricting). ----Lady of Eyes

✯ The Triple Goddess ~ Maiden, Mother and Crone :: Artist Unknown✯ This is the…

✯ The Triple Goddess ~ Maiden, Mother and Crone :: Artist Unknown✯ This is the…

Diosa Celta Danu.

Diosa Celta Danu.

The Celtic Goddess Rhiannon. The name Rhiannon, literally means ‘Great Queen’. She is the goddess of the moon, horses, birds, and inspiration. It seems likely that this name was one of a number of epithets for the Great Goddess (whose more personal names would have been a closely guarded mystery). She played a number of roles familiar to Celtic mythology: the Otherworld Mistress, the Calumniated Wife and finally the Sovereign Queen. Earlier prototypes of this Rhiannon, whose mythology is…

The Celtic Goddess Rhiannon. The name Rhiannon, literally means ‘Great Queen’. She is the goddess of the moon, horses, birds, and inspiration. It seems likely that this name was one of a number of epithets for the Great Goddess (whose more personal names would have been a closely guarded mystery). She played a number of roles familiar to Celtic mythology: the Otherworld Mistress, the Calumniated Wife and finally the Sovereign Queen. Earlier prototypes of this Rhiannon, whose mythology is…

Victoria Frances

Victoria Frances

Homage to Hecate ~ liswrightivec on Etsy

Homage to Hecate print

Homage to Hecate ~ liswrightivec on Etsy

In Greece, Hecate was known as Hecate Trivia, as she represented all three aspects of the Goddess as Maiden, Mother, and Crone, and was often portrayed with three heads, each one looking in a different direction. In her Crone aspect she was known as the Goddess of the Dead and the Queen of the Night.   The Magical Circle School  http://www.themagicalcircle.net

In Greece, Hecate was known as Hecate Trivia, as she represented all three aspects of the Goddess as Maiden, Mother, and Crone, and was often portrayed with three heads, each one looking in a different direction. In her Crone aspect she was known as the Goddess of the Dead and the Queen of the Night. The Magical Circle School http://www.themagicalcircle.net

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