Brizo is all about the sea and the moon, and she’s got this uncanny power to cast dreams into our minds.
Hathor is a nurturing mother – but make no mistake: she also has horns.
Persephone is the ultimate embodiment of the changing seasons, and she’s got quite the origin story.
Choosing a deity to work with is a combination of intuition, research and resonance.
Think of crone goddesses as the sage grandmothers of the divine world – wise, experienced, and brimming with ancient knowledge.
Arianrhod is the Celtic Star goddess, whose name translates as The Silver Wheel.
Beyond the veil of the mundane world, lies the mysterious realm of the underworld.
Selene is the driving force and goddess of the Moon, and is one of the oldest deities in the Greek pantheon.
The Morrigan is the Celtic goddess of death, battle, and victory.
Lilith is no ordinary goddess – she’s got a rich history found in Mesopotamian, Babylonian, and Judaic mythologies.