Meet The Goddesses
The following goddess have been commissioned by women like you who have identified what aspects and characteristics appealed to who they are, then arranged to have acclaimed artist Tony Fero create their image which will appear in our comic book series The Goddess Files as a regular and recurring character. The descriptions under each image are according to the woman who commissioned her.
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Mara is the highest-ranking goddess in Latvian mythology .She representative of the divine feminine, counterpart of the divine masculine. Other Latvian goddesses, sometimes all of them, assist her Mara., each representing alternate aspects of her personality. Māra is known as Mother of the Earth and Land, and defender of Justice. She is especially known for her feminine gifts such as making sure everyone is nourished and cared for, in this life and beyond.
Her action is to respond with equanimity and justice considering the impact on all living things and as a model mother of all goddesses.
Quan-Yin, originating from the East and is known by many as the greatest of of bodhisattvas and embodies the totality of compassion for humanity. Her fierce commitment to help humanity evolve into higher consciousness. She is the protector of children and brings comfort, kindness, strength to endure life. She continually listens, with loving presence.
Freyja, is the Nordic Goddess of love and war. She protects and defends people from the evils of patriarchy and co-creates with others a just and peaceful world for all creation. Her leadership qualities are: courage, endurance, defender, protector, spiritual activism. She stops revenge, hate, war again people and planet, sexism, racism and all forms of oppression. She models a fierce and steadfast love for all creation and their rights to freedom, equality, justice, happiness. She is an equal to the male gods and a true sister and collaborator. Everything she does is with a deep love guided by Mother.
Her actions are the ally for anti-racism and sexism, Mother Earth, and equality for all.
Anu is a Celtic Goddess that is often described as the source of all the deities. She is the oldest of the Celtic Goddesses and believed to be the original ancestor. One legend of Irish folklore is that Anu is the earth Goddess from whom all life emerged.
She is seen to embody the earth, rivers, and sea. she offers fertility, abundance, regeneration and nurturing. She gifted Ireland with swollen rivers and during the summer months brings the flora and the fauna.Nature was the bridge between Earth and the Gods. Bees were regarded as the messengers of the Gods. She could easily be seen as the embodiment of Mother Nature.
Her qualities are nurturing, especially, the natural world, wisdom, abundance, inspiration, teacher.
Her actions are protector of the natural world and animals and being a mouthpiece for Mother Earth.
Ostara is the Germanic goddess of Spring, whose true mystery is evident every year. She is the first warm spring winds, the birds that return, the trees that bud and curl forth leaves and flowers. She is the awakening earth, rabbits and hares, the eggs that appear after a winter of no light.
The Christian holiday of Easter was named for Ostara, representing natures rhythms in concert with the long rest of the darkness emerging into the light. The hare is her faithful companion, and with varying legends over time, all tell a story of the hare's love and admiration for Ostara that he would bring her an egg once a year at the spring equinox representing the seeds of renewable life, He often decorated them as well.
Her qualities are: Strong, Maternal, Wise, Fun, Honest, Intuitive, Fierce
Skadi (pron. SKAHD-ee), name either identical with the Old Norse Skaði meaning “Harm;” or from the Germanic root word skadus, or the old English sceadu, both of which mean Shadow.
She is a frost giant – Jötunn of the race Jötnar (Devourers), once mortal enemies of Asgard. Skadi married an Asgardian and is welcomed in the Royal Palace. Via that union, she acquired status as a goddess which she retains even after divorcing her husband.
Skadi personifies primordial forces. She rules wildernesses, winter, revenge, knowledge, justice and independence. Passionate in her pursuits, especially in the pursuit of justice, Skadi thrives by her wits and her bow hand.
Skadi's persona features ambiguity – she can be pictured extraordinarily beautiful or extremely grotesque, as well as being described as cruel and benevolent both. She exists astride planes of existence between the physical and the spiritual. She partners with female twin wolves who represent this anthropomorphic ambiguity. Ruumillinen (corporeal) and Astraali (astral).
Her qualities are: Tenacity. Spirit. Sisu. Resilience. Benevolence.
Frey is the African Nordic Goddess, the granddaughter of Freyja who is the Nordic Goddess of love and war. Her parents are warriors; Viking mother, African warrior father. She comes into the world as a courageous and bright 11-year-old Goddess who is ready to help however needed and will bring with her other youth. Her clothing is modern to fit in with today’s youth culture with touches from her ancient heritage. She embodies both ancient and modern, and the balance of Lunar (feminine) and Solar (masculine) energies. She joins the Goddess Circle to learn and to lead with her creativity, intelligence, intuition, compassion, passion for radical change and youthful energy in bringing about justice, peace and climate change actions.
Her Qualities are: inquisitive, deep connection to all life, defender of defenseless, creative and courageous.
Her Actions: listen, learn, lead and act with compassion on behalf of all in danger.