In my debut historical novel, the Goddess plays an important role in Avelynn’s faith. But who are these mystical beings? Not only am I going to introduce you to the Goddess and her four distinct personalities, but I’m going to start blogging from their unique perspectives. Have a question for the Goddess? Wondering about love? Need strength and encouragement to apply for that new job? Let the Goddess help.
All comments and posts are for fun and entertainment purposes only. They are not meant to replace advice or guidance from a doctor or therapist.
If you’re ready to play, sit back and enjoy a conversation with the Goddess.
Is the creative, bubbly sprite. A Maiden, she is young at heart and playful, yet she embodies wisdom. She governs over magic and music, poetry and art. She is the gateway to enlightenment and higher planes of consciousness.
Symbols: North, Swan, Winter, Mental, Air, Moon and Stars
Is the Queen. She is the embodiment of feminism and femininity, empowerment and independence. She is the most passionate of the four sisters, governing over love and desire. Sultry and strong, she is like a kick-ass Venus.
Symbols: East, Horse, Spring, Spiritual, Fire, Sun and Sky
Is the Mother. She is the nurturer, the giver, and the sustainer. She governs over the home and hearth, over marriage and motherhood. She is judge, weighing and guiding morals, virtues and vices. She is warm and approachable, kind, and nonjudgmental.
Symbols: South, Cattle/Boar, Summer, Physical, Earth, Hills and Plains
Is the Crone. No old hag, Badb shape shifts and lures men to her bidding. She is dangerous and powerful. She can grant you strength and courage, but can just as easily strike you down with death and destruction. She promises rebirth. Like the phoenix, you will come through adversity transformed. She is sassy and calculating, alluring and captivating.
Symbols: West, Wolf/Raven, Autumn, Emotion, Water, Oceans and Rivers