Inanna is the Queen of Heaven and Earth and the Goddess of Love. She is also Goddess of Grain, War, Fertility, Sexual Love, and perhaps best of all, Lady of Myriad Offices. Inanna was known as healer, lifegiver, and composer of songs; the keeper of emotions. Goddess of fertility, order, war, love, heavens, healing, emotions, and song; always wandering, searching for her home, her power. Ultimately, she was the embodied, playful, passionately erotic, feminine; the powerful, independent, self-...
Celtic Goddesses - Arianrhod. In Welsh Celtic mythology, she is the Goddess of Fecundity, the Welsh Moon Mother and Goddess of Fertility. In Welsh, arian means “silver” and rhod means “wheel.” Arianrhod is represented by silver, wheels, a sheaf of wheat and nets. The Celts of Wales regard her as a Goddess of Childbirth, the Moon, Fertility and Fate.
Tlazolteotl (pronounced tla-sol-TAY-otl) is the Aztec Goddess of the Earth, Sex and Birth. She has four aspects, corresponding to the four phases of the moon. As the waxing moon, she is the young and carefree Maiden, the lover of Quetzalcoatl. As the full moon, she is the Mother of all. As the waning moon, she is the Great Priestess who cleanses the soul and destroys sin. As the new moon, she is the old Crone, Goddess of witches and witchcraft.