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APHRODITE …rising from the Foam

Venus in Scorpio turned backwards on the 5th…. bringing focus and intensity to our relationships and how we see love in others and ourselves. We may wobble  in the dark and muddy waters of Venus for a while until she … Continue reading

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ARTEMIS – Huntress of Souls

Artemis was one of the principle Goddesses of Greek Mythology. Her parents were Zeus and Leto, her twin brother, Apollo. She was a virgin Goddess, and was adamant about not relinquishing  her power to the rule of men. She was … Continue reading

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THETIS of the Cosmic Seas……

Thetis was a powerful mermaid Goddess who contained within her all potential shapes and manifestations. She was the shape-shifting Goddess of the cosmic waves. Much desired by the Gods, Zeus wanted her but was told of a prophecy that the … Continue reading

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HESPERIS and the Golden Apples………… I AM GOLDEN

HESPERIS  was renowned for her beauty. Her name signifies the evening. She was a lover of the god, ATLAS. Their union birthed the HESPERIDES, the goddess-nymphs of evening and the golden light of sunsets whose sacred task was to guard … Continue reading

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NIKE- The Goddess of Victory

In Greek mythology, Nike was the winged daughter of Pallas and the river Styx. The ‘winged’ goddess embodied strength, speed and victory. She flew through the sky to the deities spreading news of Victory and was close to Zeus, acting … Continue reading

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CHLORIS and the creation of the Rose

Summer Solstice blessings ❤️ Chloris is the Greek Goddess of flowers who dwelt in the Elysian fields, the Land of the blessed dead. It is said that one morning Chloris stumbled upon the lifeless body of a woodland nymph. She breathed … Continue reading

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The blind impulse of ATE

ATE (pronounced A t ee)  is a trickster Greek Goddess of mischief and blind folly. Her mother was ERIS – the Goddess of discord and her father , Zeus. Ate is also the personification of Infatuation – and holds the … Continue reading

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