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Cailleach

The Ruler of Winter Cailleach, the goddess of Scotland and parts of Ireland, is the…

Ki

The Divine Essence of Ki: The Enigmatic Sumerian Goddess The ancient Sumerian civilization, which flourished…

Elegguá

Lord of the Crossroads Eleguá (Elegguá) is sometimes depicted as a child and other times…

Morrighan

In the tapestry of Celtic mythology, few figures loom as large or evoke as much…

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Quetzalcoatl is a deity in Mesoamerican mythology, revered by many cultures in the region, including…

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The Powerful and Complex Hindu Deity Shiva is one of the most important and complex…

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Yemaya is a powerful and revered Orisha in the religion of Santeria, also known as…

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Orisha, the vibrant pantheon of deities within Yoruba religion, encapsulates the essence of nature and…

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Norse mythology, with its intricate tales of gods and legends, unfolds a rich tapestry of…

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The Seven Chakras

Sanskrit for “spinning wheel” is “chakra.” There is a network of seven energy centers running the length of the spine. Each chakra is connected to

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