Ré (Rá) Ré é um dos nomes do sol (você pode ouvir também com o nome de Ré), um dos principais deuses egípcios. Em Heliópolis ("a cidade do sol" em grego) é ele que, depois de ter decidido existir, cria o mundo e o mantém vivo. Quando desaparece no oeste, à noite, ele é Atum, velho curvado, esperado no além pelos mortos que se aquecem com seus raios. Pela manhã, renasce no leste com a forma de um escaravelho (Khepri).
Thunderbirds são predominantes em toda a cultura nativa da América do Norte, a partir do noroeste do Pacífico, para as Grandes Planícies, e até ao Sudoeste. Embora existam diferenças de número e características, cada grupo acredita que as asas de Thunderbird causam um trovão, quando voam, que de seus olhos saem relâmpago e que poderiam criar tempestades e convocar nuvens.
Ostara’s themes are fertility and rebirth. Her symbols are eggs. The Teutonic Goddess Ostara presides over personal renewal, fertility and fruitfulness. Now that spring is here, it’s a good time to think about renewal in your own life. Ostara represents spring’s life force and earth’s renewal. Depicted as lovely as the season itself, in earlier writings She was also the Goddess of dawn, a time of new beginnings (spring being the figurative dawn of the year).
ppc: "The ancient Baba Yaga is the wild old crone guardian of the Water of Life and Death. Goddess of Death and Birth who sings while sprinkling Water of Life on corpses the to let them be reborn. Although fearsome to look upon, like all forces of nature, often wild and untamed, she can also be kind. All knowing, all-seeing and all-revealing to those who'd dare to ask. She is the Arch-Crone, wild and free, a nature spirit bringing wisdom and death of ego, and through death, rebirth."
Nyx Greek Goddess of the Night Original Acrylic Painting
"Nyx ~ Goddess of the Night" Painting by Emily Balivet. One of the first and most powerful beings in the universe, Nyx is the daughter of Chaos and sister and consort to Erubus (the God of Darkness). Homer calls her the subduer of gods and men, and relates that even Zeus stood in awe of her.
Goddess Archetype:Natural Healer. Goddesses who rule over self-expression healing: the Irish queen Dana,the butterfly goddess Hina,Hindu goddess of prosperity Sri Laxmi,or the Welsh goddess Rhiannon.The natural healer is able to choose her words wisely to facilitate understanding.Her shared insights are precise,astute relevant.When she speaks, she is heard.Just as easily, when others speak, she listens.she senses or hears (and heeds) Angels and other spiritual beings.
Anna Perenna is the Roman Goddess of long life and renewal, health and plenty. Her two names both make reference to the year: anna means "to live through a year" while perenna means "last many years" ... (annual and perennial). She is concerned with cycles of renewal and connecting the past to the present. She is described in some legends as old, and in others as young. Sacrifices were made to her with the intent "that the circle of the year may be completed happily"
Goddess Durga - photo by Soumya. Sanskrit: "the inaccessible", Bengali: দুর্গা) is a form of Devi, the supreme goddess. In Bengal, she is said to be the mother of Ganesha, Kartikeya as well of Saraswati and Lakshmi. Durga is depicted as a warrior woman riding a lion or a tiger with multiple hands carrying weapons and assuming mudras, or symbolic hand gestures. This form of the Goddess is the embodiment of feminine and creative energy (Shakti).