Goddess Zywie

 




Zywie: Polish healer goddess 

In Slavic mythology, Zywie is the bringer of death and the giver of life.

She brings healing and regeneration to the sick, as well as spiritual rebirth to those who are in need.

The cuckoo bird is her totem.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Yuki Onne

 




Yuki Onne: Japanese death goddess 

Yuki Onne is the Snow Maiden, a goddess of winter and blizzards.

She is the betrayed and scorned wife, left with a cold, empty heart after her husband's betrayal.

She gives frigid death to those suffering from the coldness of winter as well as those turned cold by bitterness, lulling them to an endless slumber with a song.

She bestows a painless death and leads the soul to the afterlife.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Yum Chenmo

 




Yum Chenmo (also known as Prajnaparamita) is a Tibetan goddess of knowledge.

Yum Chenmo is regarded as the mother of transcendental knowledge and the female Buddha.

She maintains the universe's rules in balance and provides insight to those who seek it.

She is the abyss, the All and Nothing, as well as the embodiment of meditation and instruction.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Zaramama Or Mamazara

 




Zaramama, also Mamazara: Incan agricultural goddess.

Zaramama is the mother of maize and a deity of grain.

She provides nutrition and food to the land and its inhabitants.

She is depicted as a woman wearing a silver-clasped shawl and wearing ears of corn as part of her features.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Zara, Zaria, Or Zoria

 




Slavic goddess of beauty, also known as Zaria, Zoria, and Zorya.

Zaria rules the morning and the dawn.

She is the heavenly bride, the perfect mortal wife's symbol, because she is pure, honorable, and beautiful.

The morning star is depicted as Zaria.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Zorya

 




The Zorya: Slavic time goddesses 

The Zorya are a triad of goddesses who rule over time and guard the world against evil and Armageddon.

They stand for the sunrise, noon, and sunset, as well as the past, present, and future.

Zorya Utrennyaya, Zorya Vechernyaya, and Zorya Polunochnaya are their names.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Yaoji

 




Yaoji is a Chinese mountain deity.

Yaoji is a love sorceress who specializes in love spells.

She is revered in the same way that rocks and mountain peaks are revered.

She has control over dreams and uses visions to communicate with her followers.

Yaoji, who is revered for her knowledge, teaches the magical characteristics of plants and how to make magical brews.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Yaya Zakurai

 




Yaya Zakurai is a Japanese spring goddess.

Every year, Yaya Zakurai gives seasonal spring to the soil.

She remains chaste until the flowers blossom, at which point she takes numerous humans and gods as lovers.

The cherry tree and blooms signify Yaya Zakurai.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Yellow Tara

 




Yellow Tara is the Tibetan goddess of wealth.

Tara is a goddess who is venerated in many different ways throughout Eurasia, as well as in Hindu and Buddhist faiths.

In both the spiritual and physical realms, the Yellow Tara is the goddess of wealth and abundance.

She brings prosperity to humanity in all forms, with the goal of eradicating poverty and ignorance.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Yemaya

 




Yemaya, also known as Yemoja or Iemanja, is an African water goddess.

Yemaya is worshipped across West Africa and the Caribbean as the mother of the sea and the moon.

She is the keeper of the feminine secrets and a protector of women.

She assists in the conception of offspring and their births, guarding and blessing newborns until they achieve adolescence.

She is a goddess of healing who shows compassion and charity to people who are in need.

Yemaya, the goddess of rivers and bodies of water, is frequently depicted as a mermaid.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Yondung Halmoni

 




Yondung Halmoni: Korean air goddess.

Wind and storms are ruled by Yondung Halmoni.

She is revered as a goddess of change and transformation in shamanic ceremonies.

Petitioners present her with rice cakes in exchange for her blessings.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Yama No Kami

 




Yama No Kami is a Japanese hunt goddess.

Yama No Kami is the mother of seasonal time and the guardian of women.

She is the ruler of the mountains and woods, and hunters revere her for providing them with game.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess White Buffalo Calf Woman

 



White Buffalo Calf Woman: Native American mother goddess.

Many Native Americans are familiar with White Buffalo Calf Woman.

She instilled in the people agricultural skills and survival skills, as well as holy rites and ceremonies to improve their lives.

She appears as the buffalo as the nourishing goddess, offering her flesh and hide to the tribe so that they may live and prosper.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess White Tara

 


Tibetan goddess of mercy, White Tara.

Tara is a goddess who is venerated in many different ways throughout Eurasia, as well as in Hindu and Buddhist faiths.

She takes mankind to the glories of the afterlife and explains the secrets of existence in her manifestation of White Tara.

She brings society to a place of understanding and tolerance, as well as providing spiritual and physical healing when required.

The White Tara is claimed to answer all prayers and is the personification of compassion.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Xi Hou

 


Chinese goddess of light, Xi Hou.

Xi Hou is the mother of the 10 suns that rotate around the globe, providing light.

She symbolizes the dawning of a new day, carefully nourishing and caring for the light and strength so that it might provide mankind with all possibilities.

Xi Hou's emblem is gold, and she is connected with riches and luck.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Xochiquetzal

 



Xochiquetzal: Aztec love goddess 

Xochiquetzal, the goddess of women, is the goddess of love and marriage.

Sacred prostitutes, artists, and dancers are all patronized by her.

She has influence over metamorphosis, weaving, and magick as a moon goddess.

Xochiquetzal is portrayed as a beautiful young woman dressed in gold and opulent garments.

Marigolds and doves are holy to her.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Vesna

 



Vesna: Russian spring goddess 

Vesna is a goddess of prophecy who is thought to reside at the summit of a mountain.

She is the embodiment of spring and is in charge of plant and agricultural survival.

She is honored with song and dance at the end of February to welcome the arrival of spring.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Vesta

 



Vesta: Vesta is a Roman goddess of the hearth and the home.

Vesta is the goddess of the home and fire, and she is a virgin deity.

She is also an earth goddess who is in charge of the household skills, such as cooking and cleaning.

Her presence in the home is said to bring a family closer together, and the ancient Romans offered her a daily sacrifice.

Vesta is the Roman equivalent of Hestia in Greek mythology.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Vila

 


Vila is a Slavic goddess of nature.

Vila is a nature goddess of eastern Europe.

She is the protector of animals and woodlands, as well as possessing magical herb knowledge.

Vila has the ability to shapeshift into whatever animal she wants and can teach worshippers how to do so as well.

Vila will lure any mortal who hurts one of her holy creatures into a sacred circle and dance them to death.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Wadjet

 



Wadjet: Protective Egyptian goddess.

Wadjet is a goddess of childbirth who protects royal and wealthy children.

Lower Egypt is protected by her, and she imparts her expertise and competence to the reigning pharaoh.

Along with Nekhebet, she is one of Pharaoh's two Ladies.

On December 25th, Wadjet is commemorated with chants and songs.

Her totem is a cobra.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Wakahirume

 



Wakahirume: Japanese deity of weaving.

Amaterasu's favorite weaving maiden is Wakahirume.

She has connections to fate and time, as well as the ability to create dreams and visions.

She died when her weaving shuttle punctured her vagina, symbolizing the death of innocence and maidenhood after sexual intercourse.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Venus

 



Venus: Love goddess of the Romans.

Venus is the goddess of love, sex, and beauty, and is the Roman counterpart of Aphrodite.

She is the morning and evening star, as well as the sea's daughter.

Venus dispels adversity and brings happiness and joy to devotees.

She is the patroness of prostitutes and treats both mental and physical sexual problems.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Var

 



Var: Scandinavian goddess of the covenant.

Var is in charge of all oaths and contracts, with a special focus on male-female agreements.

On wedding days, she is traditionally invoked, and she punishes those who break their vows.

Her strength stems from the power of spoken words, which bind the speaker to truth and honor.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Vasudhara

 



Vasudhara: Nepal's Goddess of Abundance.

Vasudhara is the goddess of fortune and wealth who is in charge of all forms of abundance and prosperity.

Women pray to her for fertility blessings for their wombs and farms.

She is shown with six arms carrying holy artifacts and mudras, and is supposed to represent the Hindu Lakshmi's counterpart.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Ved'Ma

 



Ved'Ma: Storm goddess from Slavic mythology.

Ved'Ma is an Eastern European Witch goddess who changes from youthful and lovely to elderly and hag-like.

She is the bringer of storms and floods, and she has dominion over the rivers of life and death.

Ved'Ma is also an enchantress who has control over magical plants and herbs.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Vellamo

 



Vellamo: The sea goddess of Finland.

Vellamo, who is depicted as a mermaid, is the ruler of the seas and rivers.

She is a master seductress, capable of luring men and gods into illicit relationships.

She is the mistress of fish and the sea's power.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Uttu

 



Uttu: Sumerian goddess of the arts of the home.

Uttu, who is regarded as the ideal wife, is in charge of the household and the art of weaving.

She is an expert in herbal medicine and assists in difficult childbirths.

Uttu represents the "behind-the-scenes" power that is at the root of every happy marriage and successful husband.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Uzume

 



Uzume: The goddess of laughter in Japan.

Uzume, the goddess of happiness and femininity, is a full-figured goddess.

She is the personification of energy in motion, and she is the source of light and hope.

When Amaterasu hides herself in a cave, it is Uzume who tempts her out with a lewd, comical dance.

She considers bells and dancing to be holy.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Vac

 



Vac: The goddess of speech in Hindu mythology.

Vac, the patroness of writers, teachers, and artists, is the ruler of sound and the spoken word.

She is the origin of all creation, the sacred word that began all existence and all knowledge on the planet.

Vac represents the manifestation of ideas into reality.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Valkyries

 



Valkyries are Norse deities of death.

The Valkyries are a troop of gorgeous shapeshifting deities led by Freya.

They serve as Odin's messengers and psychopomps, transporting slain warriors to the afterlife.

They are thought to be fierce warriors with control over the elements, and their number is unknown.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Vammatar

 



Vammatar: The goddess of sickness in Finland.

Vammatar, Tuonetar's daughter, is in charge of all aspects of pain and disease.

Although she causes pain, she may help those who are sick by strengthening their bodies and immune systems so that recovery can begin.

Kipu-Tytto, her sister, is frequently depicted with her.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Tsovinar

 


Tsovinar is an Armenian goddess of fire and water.

Tsovinar, who was born of fire, is the goddess of heat and warmth, as well as water and rain.

She is a temperamental divinity who frightens heaven's waters and sends them to earth, causing the Great Flood.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Tuonetar

 



Tuonetar is the Finnish goddess of death.

Tuonetar is the keeper of the dead and the queen of the underworld.

She separates lovers by delivering death to one of the couple, then catches the soul and locks it inside the underworld.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Tyche

 



Tyche: Fortune goddess in Greek mythology.

Tyche is the goddess of luck and fortune.

Her rule encompasses everything from commercial prosperity to gaming luck.

She is sometimes pictured alongside Nemesis, who balances the distribution of Tyche's blessings, while she oversees the world's financial issues.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Uni

 



Uni: Italy's supreme goddess.

Uni was regarded by the Etruscans as the supreme feminine divinity.

She is in charge of every element of a woman's life, with a particular focus on marriage ceremonies and pregnancy.

She guards women from danger, heartache, and betrayal.

Hera and Juno are considered to be her doppelgängers.


~Kiran Atma