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Holy Mother Earth, or Phra Mae Thorani. Mae Thorani is a Thai and Laotian Earth mother figure found beneath the Buddha in statues and paintings. She is shown wringing the waters of detachment out of her hair that drowns demons sent to detract the Buddha.  He is frequently seen touching the Earth/Phra Mae for aid.

Holy Mother Earth, or Phra Mae Thorani. Mae Thorani is a Thai and Laotian Earth mother figure found beneath the Buddha in statues and paintings. She is shown wringing the waters of detachment out of her hair that drowns demons sent to detract the Buddha. He is frequently seen touching the Earth/Phra Mae for aid.

Isis with a Serpent Tail    Egypt, 2nd century AD    The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Isis with a Serpent Tail Egypt, 2nd century AD The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

abstract buddha

Buddha. Rainbow Body

abstract buddha

Journal of Cosmology House of Bohemian

Journal of Cosmology House of Bohemian

Egypt

Egypt

Kuan Yin, goddess of compassion. Kuan means Earth and Yin is the female life force. She is a completely enlightened Buddha who made a promise in the distant past that after reaching complete enlightenment she would always appear in female form for the benefit of all beings. By iconographic category and hierarchy she is a meditational deity and her appearance is that of a peaceful deity. Kuan Yin has strength that is embraced by softness.

Kuan Yin, goddess of compassion. Kuan means Earth and Yin is the female life force. She is a completely enlightened Buddha who made a promise in the distant past that after reaching complete enlightenment she would always appear in female form for the benefit of all beings. By iconographic category and hierarchy she is a meditational deity and her appearance is that of a peaceful deity. Kuan Yin has strength that is embraced by softness.

Goddess/Oracle card by Omra. Check it out in Etsy!

Visions Oracle Cards by Omra

Goddess/Oracle card by Omra. Check it out in Etsy!

Perfect

Perfect

Venus of Willendorf c. 24,000-22,000 BCE Oolitic limestone 43/8 inches (11.1 cm) high (Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna)

Venus of Willendorf c. 24,000-22,000 BCE Oolitic limestone 43/8 inches (11.1 cm) high (Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna)

Kuan Yin Sculpture w/ Dragon

Kuan Yin Sculpture w/ Dragon

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