Hemera is the Greek primordial goddess of the day. She is the female counterpart of her brother and consort Aither. Her Roman aspect is Dies. Hemera (Day) was born from Nyx (Night) through parthenogenesis (by herself). In the evening, her mother drew a veil of darkness between the shining atmosphere of her brother Aither and the lower air of earth (Chaos) bringing night to man. With each morning Hemera dispersed night's mists, bathing the earth again in the shining light of heaven (Aither)…
Photo An Morrígan is a goddess of battle and sovereignty sometimes appearing in the form of raven or wolf. She is a triple goddess a fierce aspect of the Great Mother often serving as a guide to those moving through difficult transition. One who is protected by the Morrigan is certain of victory. ift.tt/2FoopbZ Pinned by The Mystics Emporium on Etsy: ift.tt/2FpNHGF
Take for instance the traditional Thai tattoo designs that have the flavor of the place very obviously known from that tiny bit of art that is shown on the skin of someone who has it tattooed on. What is more, we all know that Indian art scenario has contributed to the world of art on the whole. You just need to look at the top ten of the most known rock and stone based Indian sculptures to know what we mean.
I've been researching the Yoruba pantheon decided to do a character Study (Digital paint done in Photoshop) of the Orisha (goddess) Oya hope you guys enjoy it Oya Yoruba Pantheon Warrior Goddess of The wind Guardian of the Gates of The Underworld Consort of Shango God of Thunder Ex consort Ogun God of War Abode Orun and Earth
Each one of us, male and female, carries within our psyche both Masculinity and Femininity. Now the divine feminine energy raising up planetarily, there is no better time to tap into it and enjoy more success with grace. The real power of your divine femininity is beyond measure. Gone are the days you were a Cinderella waiting