Brigantia is the Celtic goddess of the rivers and rural life. Her dominion over the rivers allows her to use their waters for therapeutic purposes. Brigantia is of a relaxed, peaceful nature. She rejoices in the slower, quieter ways of the country folk, and never ventures into large towns or cities.
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Queen of Wands: Tarot card reading for Future: By following the advice of a close female influence, you will achieve success. Your home-life will be fulfilling and without intense conflicts. You and your loved ones will be content with your environment. source: Psychedelic Gypsy Goddess Tarot Art 11x14 Print Más
Freyja: Norse deity of love, sexuality, beauty, fertility, gold, war, death, & Seiðr. Daughter of Njörðr. She is also known as Gefn, Valfreyja, Hörn, Mardöll, Skjálf, Sýr, & Vanadís.
Culture: Irish and Welsh Also called Don, Dana and Anu. She is the most ancient of the Celtic Goddesses that we have any knowledge of. I...
“The symbol of Goddess gives us permission. She teaches us to embrace the holiness of every natural, ordinary, sensual dying moment. Patriarchy may try to negate body and flee earth with its constant heartbeat of death, but Goddess forces us back to embrace them, to take our human life in our arms and clasp it for the divine life it is - the nice, sanitary, harmonious moment as well as the painful..., dark, splintered ones. - Sue Monk Kidd
"Minerva - Goddess of Wisdom" par Emily Balivet
Brighid is seen as a triple Goddess, and she is associated with three different spheres—high (leaping flames, tall forts, wisdom), middle (hearth and home), and low (wells and sacred springs). Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images