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Pele ~ Goddess of Volcanoes

Pele ~ Goddess of Volcanoes

Ra’i ra’i's themes are children, youthfulness, recreation, play, joy and fairies. Her symbols are sunlight and white or pastel-yellow items. In Polynesia, Ra’i ra’i is the Goddess of unbridled happiness and sunshine, lighting the way for truly joyful living. When Ra’i ra’i came to earth to mother the first humans, She brought with Her tiny frolicsome fairies who live in the elements, often playing with people and watching over nature.

Ra’i ra’i's themes are children, youthfulness, recreation, play, joy and fairies. Her symbols are sunlight and white or pastel-yellow items. In Polynesia, Ra’i ra’i is the Goddess of unbridled happiness and sunshine, lighting the way for truly joyful living. When Ra’i ra’i came to earth to mother the first humans, She brought with Her tiny frolicsome fairies who live in the elements, often playing with people and watching over nature.

Arianrhod In Celtic Paganism

Arianrhod In Celtic Paganism

Imbolc goddess Brigid, celtic goddess of the hearth and home

Imbolc goddess Brigid, celtic goddess of the hearth and home

Danu was the Celtic god of knowledge

Danu was the Celtic god of knowledge

Danu is the great mother of the gods, of Ireland and the divine creator who birthed all things into being. She is also an earth goddess. She is connected to the Fairy Hills and has associations with Dolmens also known as a portal tomb, or portal graves.  She is the Mother of The Tuatha De Danann, the Irish Gods, which literally means the Children of Danu.

Danu is the great mother of the gods, of Ireland and the divine creator who birthed all things into being. She is also an earth goddess. She is connected to the Fairy Hills and has associations with Dolmens also known as a portal tomb, or portal graves. She is the Mother of The Tuatha De Danann, the Irish Gods, which literally means the Children of Danu.

Egyptian Mythology Popular Goddesses

Egyptian Mythology Popular Goddesses

Third Eye Tapestries - "Kundalini" by Olivia Curry

Third Eye Tapestries - "Kundalini" by Olivia Curry