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    Goddess of Love or Goddess of Fertility

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    mythology. These ancient goddess are where we get the structural ideas for the Church of Aphrodite and the Fellowship of Isis. These are two neopagan religions that have developed in the last century. The Fellowship of Isis has flourished, while the Church of Aphrodite has seen little activity in the last few years. Both of these new religions worship the idea of the mother goddess, but they why has one not done so well? To answer this we must first consider the patron goddess that is being worshipped

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    The faces of the Goddess

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    The faces of the Goddess Throughout history women have empowered themselves by taking on many different titles and roles. This can be seen in the two allegorical fantasy novels The Mists of Avalon and Forest house, both written by Marion Zimmer Bradley. In both novels we see the female protagonists take on many different roles as they move throughout the different stages of their lives. In the novels it is believed that the Goddess shows herself in every woman. The stages and roles held

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    snozzing goddess

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    Snoozing Goddess Once upon a time, there was a husband and wife. When the wife finally gave birth to a beautiful daughter they decided to throw a huge party. They invited their entire family, all their uncles, cousins, nephews, nieces and aunts. Now there were 13 aunts in the family altogether but the husband and queen only invited 12. They forgot about the 13th. End the end their forgetfulness would cost them dearly. It was a magnificent party, the caterers brought loads of delicious food. There

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    Circe: The Dread Goddess

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    Circe KIR kee The Dread Goddess Circe or (Kirke) is the daughter of Helios (The Sun) and Perseis (the daughter of Okeanos). On her island... in her palace... Circe waits for lost sailors to come wandering to her door as supplicants. Normally, a traveler is treated as a special guest but with Circe, travelers are drugged and then served as dinner. Odysseus and his desperate crew went ashore on the island of Aiaia hoping to find food and water. Odysseus sent twenty three men to explore the island but

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    Artemis is known as the Greek goddess of the hunt, wilderness and fertility. She had gained these abilities form her father, Zeus, when she was just three years old. Artemis had asked her father for six wishes. These wishes include being an eternal virgin, to never marry, hunting dogs to aid her in the hunt, a bow and arrows, eighty hunting nymphs to assist her in the wild, and lastly, deer to lead her chariot (godsandgoddess.com). Her father granted her these wishes which is one of the major reasons

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    Athena Athena was the virgin daughter of the great god Zeus and she was also one of the great Olympian deities. Not only was she the goddess of wisdom but she was also the goddess of war and the patroness of arts and crafts. Which led her to be a great leader Athena was born beside the river Triton where she was nurtured by 3 nymphs. One of the nymphs Was her playmate, Pallas. When she was just a girl, Athena accidentally killed Pallas. As a token of her grief Athena put the nymphs name

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    The Greek Goddess Hebe

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    This artwork created by Gavin Hamilton shows the story of the greek goddess Hebe. Hebe is the goddess of youth and is the cuperbarar of the goddess. This means that she serves nectar to the gods and goddesses. She is mostly always shown affairing nectar to her father, Zeus, in disguise as an egal. There various types of lines in this painting, curvilinear lines dominate. The curvilinear lines are found in the way the woman 's body is positioned, the eagles wing and claws, the way the woman’s clothing

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    The Sea Goddess' Bard

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    The Sea Goddess' Bard The sun had just climbed above the rock columns and wave beaten, natural arch that formed the eastern wall of the bay; a sheer rock cliff rimmed the western border. The late summer off-season was finally nearing its end and the raging surf was beginning to tame. The waters were still too rough for fishing, but Kiauch had his skiff out in the center of his father's sheltered bay. "I don't know, Rajath." Kethral shook his head as he watched his willful, eldest son maneuver

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    Odysseus in The Hero and the Goddess and Calypso and Circe Reflections on the experience of Odysseus as related to Jean Houston's The Hero and the Goddess: The Odyssey as Mystery and Initiation and Alicia LeVan's Calypso and Circe      On the lush, luxuriant island of Ogygia, Odysseus spends seven years of his ten year journey home with the beautiful seductive nymph Calypso, who virtually possesses him and compels him to live a sensual but vegetative existence.  For ten years, surrounded by

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    The Goddess Athena and Homer’s Odyssey In Greek mythology, there are many, many gods and goddesses that the people prayed to on a regular basis for everyday things we take for granted. There was usually a different deity for anything a person wanted to pray for: love, money, children, success or almost anything else one could think of or want. People today are amazed at the number of gods there were and how people could remember which god did what. We study these today but still get easily confused

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