Goddess of the Sea: Salacia & Amphitrite

By Phoenix of Elder Mountain –I love the goddesses of the sea, the rivers and the oceans, there is just something so primal in the root of the goddess long before word or written languages appeared. In ancient Roman and Greek mythology, one such goddess was Salacia (asteroid #120347) and Amphitrite (asteroid #29), her Greek…

Invisible Daughters

She found no attachment to the past until one morning when the wind woke her up, flooding a past-time into her life of trouble. Death and Dreams shattering her screams, drowning an untouchable and invisible daughter. Remembering to swim the rivers and springs, only to loosen her standing ground. Feet covered  in mud and soil, remnants of a…

Keenahnay

Article by Joshua J. Mark (partial) ~ Cynane (c. 357- 323 BCE, pronounced `Keenahnay’) was the daughter of the Illyrian Princess Audata and King Philip II of Macedon, making her the half-sister of Alexander the Great. Following the Illyrian tradition of women warriors, her mother raised her in the martial arts traditions of the Amazones…

Breksta, Night Dream Goddess of Twilight, Dusk, Dawn and the Veil Rider.

By Phoenix of Elder Mountain – All ancient Night (sky) Goddesses hold the memories and remembrances of woman and her root of culture in the dreaming rites, the ancient cave dreaming, astral flight and dream walking. Brėkšta, the Lithuanian Goddess is no different, Brėkšta or Brekszta can be derived from brėkšti meaning “it is the dawning; the dusk which is falling” making…

Vulture & Bird Thunder Women

Grandmother Shaman (Priestesses) of the Thunderbird, Condor and Vulture Bird Tribes, combing the Goddesses hair (Mother Earth). The image is called the Gundestrup Cauldron, from 200 BCE and 300 CE, a Douter plate, silver, gilded Vessel 3rd Century BCE – The underworld image of a man and dog, at the bottom of the image is the…