Valkyrie, the goddess as death-wielder… may she help us release outmoded patterns and projects.
Release and renew with this month’s goddess, Lady of the Lake
Diana, protectress of the young and of wild things, at home in all wilderness, guides us into the dark of the year.
Morgan Le Fay, Celtic death goddess and possessor of great healing magic.
High Priestess, the Great Goddess, gives life and takes it, and reminds us each to nurture the divine spark within—and wherever we find it.
The Norse goddess Hel, teaches us to look behind the mask of appearances.
Artemis, huntress, protectress of women, youth and wild things, reminds us of the power, energy and independence of women.
Athena, goddess of wisdom… how much we need you now!
Babylonian goddess Ishtar, “Giver of Light,” descends into the depths, and ascends into the chaos of this world to restore fecundity and bring life.
Athena, Greek goddess of wisdom and “patron of all useful and elegant arts,” affirms female creativity.
Psyche takes us into the dark places… and reminds us that we also emerge into the light.
Virgin, mother and crone—Triple Goddess reminds us that all phases of life are sacred.
Eagle Woman, goddess of the month, embodies the power and majesty of the eagle and the nurturing strengths of women.
Rhiannon calls upon us to honor our instinctual and animal selves; to be part of the universal creative process this spring
All knowing, all-wise, life-giving and death-bringing, the High Priestess in all her forms is the direct representative of the goddess here on earth.
May Artemis, protector of wild things, guide us this month.
Thetis, fertile and pleasure-loving Greek sea goddess, leads us into the delicious depths.
Venus, personification of love, graces our passage through fiery Sagittarius
Welsh Rhiannon, “great mother,” queen of the night, guides us into the dark time of the year.