Goddess Fortuna, helping us handle the ups and downs of fate.
The Welsh triple moon goddess and keeper of time guides us through dark places.
Diana the huntress, goddess of light and the moon, illuminates our way into this autumn’s darkness.
Minerva reminds: “we can use our knowledge and wisdom in the pursuit of any goal we choose.”
Epona, protectress of horses, lunar goddess, symbol of independence and vitality.
“All things around me are restored in beauty.”
Etain, Celtic moon goddess, travels between the realms of life and death and keeps shining.
This month’s goddess is Themis, familiar with the depths of earth and the heights of sky.
Venus, personification of love, is active in the skies this month.
Goddess of love and desire, Tlazolteotl also offers the ultimate in mercy and forgiveness.
We begin this month under the auspices of the Great Goddess herself, all-knowing and all-wise.
Psyche, reminding us that the deepest learning grows out of our own mistakes.
Venus, personification of physical and spiritual love, returns to the sky as a morning star this month, lighting our way into new days.
Kaltes, Ugric shape-shifter, Moon goddess, gentle guide to life’s mysteries.
This Welsh moon goddess, keeper of time, giver of life, welcomes us to the new season.
Goddess of war and wisdom, patroness of all useful and elegant arts… there are no limits, women!
The live-giving goddess of spiritual and passionate love offers inspire us this month.
Lilith, bringer of agriculture to humankind, helps us celebrate July.
The Triple Goddess embraces all phases of life—birth, death, and rebirth—and lights our way through the changing season of our time.
Mary, a creator goddess associated with both the heavens and the waters, walks with us this May.
Hathor, sustainer and destroyer, embodiment of the many sides of existence.
Gaia, goddess of life and death, goddess of the soul, shines her light for us this month.