Fausta Felicitas is an ancient Roman Goddess of Good Fortune and Lucky Happenstance. Her name is essentially two words of the same meaning, likely doubled up for emphasis, for fausta in the Latin is the adjective “favorable” or “auspicious”, while felicitas is the noun meaning “luck”, “good fortune” or “happiness”; Her name can be translated as the nicely redundant “Lucky Luck”, though “She of Auspicious Good Fortune” probably sounds better. Depictions usually show her holding a caduceus, symbol of health, and a cornucopia, symbol of wealth.
The energy of Goddess Fausta Felicitas help you with:
Protection Health Peace Luck Happiness Prosperity Abundance Good auspicious Success Victory
A shieldmaiden was a woman who had chosen to fight as a warrior in Scandinavian folklore and mythology. They are often mentioned in sagas such as Hervarar saga and in Gesta Danorum. Shieldmaidens also appear in stories of other Germanic nations: Goths, Cimbri, and Marcomanni. The mythical Valkyries may have been based on the shieldmaidens. In British mythology, Queen Cordelia fought off several contenders for her throne by personally leading the army in its battles. In his On the Bravery of Women the Greco-Roman historian Plutarch describes how the women of Argos fought against King Cleomenes and the Spartans under the command of Telesilla in the fifth century BCE.
The Shieldmaiden Protection Field will help you with
Protection of persons and spaces Clean and clear negative energies of persons and spaces Remove fears Remove energy blocks Strength of character Quick response in situations of danger Increase perceptions Be aware of dangerous situations Be bold Be wise Be strategic…
In Greek mythology, Helen of Troy (in Greek, Ἑλένη, Heléné, also known as Helen of Sparta, was the daughter of Zeus and Leda, and was a sister of Castor, Pollux, and Clytemnestra. In Greek myths she was considered to be the most beautiful woman in the world. Her abduction by Paris brought about the Trojan War.
The origins of Helen’s myth date back to the Mycenaean age. The first record of her name appears in the poems of Homer, but scholars assume that such myths invented or received by the Mycenaean Greeks made their way to Homer. Her mythological birthplace was Sparta of the Age of Heroes, which features prominently in the canon of Greek myth: in later ancient Greek memory, the Mycenaean Bronze Age became the age of the Greek heroes. The kings, queens, and heroes of the Trojan Cycle are often related to the gods, since mythic origins gave stature to the Greeks’ heroic ancestors.
The major centers of Helen’s cult were in Laconia. At Sparta, the urban sanctuary of Helen was located near the Platanistas, so called for the plane trees planted there.
Helen of Troy Empowerment will help you with
Protection of women
Beauty and sensuality
Strength of character
Peace and harmony between couples
Protection of warriors
Protection against violence
Abundance and prosperity
Sothis was the Egyptian goddess of sky and stars and of fertility and prosperity. Guide to the pharaohs in the Afterlife.
The Greeks called it Sothis, and in Latin it was called Sirius. Throughout all periods of recorded Egyptian history, this beautifully brilliant star, which I call Sothis (meaning, “Pure of Thrones”), was and still is the Star of Isis, the brightest star in the night sky.
To locate Sothis (or Sirius), look for Orion’s belt, and then mentally draw a straight line down from that system and you will see Sothis shining brightly!
Sothis, the brilliant and precious star shone brightly throughout the skies, grasping the awe of people on clear blue nights. She was the most beautiful and luminous star of them all. Her unique distinction, unlike the other stars, captured the admiration and fascination of all men.
Sothis’ beauty surpassed all immortal beauty…
Sothys reappeared to deliver her secret to the Earth :
she dedicated herself to women in order to preserve their beauty and happiness.
As a tribute, Men venerated her as a Goddess.
Her gentle rays sweep over the lands and heavens radiating her beauty and magnetism to all women and men over the world .. Forever..
Goddess Sothis, The Evening Star Energy will help you with
Eternal beauty and radiance
Abundance and prosperity…
In Hopi tradition, the Butterfly Maiden is a kachina (spirit) who rules the springtime and the earth’s fertility. Butterfly Maiden flutters into your life today to reconnect us with nature and to help us rediscover that graceful butterfly within each of us – the one that effortless rises above problems, making the world its flower.
This spirit Goddess who help shed your cocoon, grow your beautiful wings and fly to new heights!
She oversees crops and gardens, ensuring that we have healthy food to consume for the year.
The Butterfly Maiden will help you with:
Healing and clarity
Transmutation (to change into a higher form)
Sexual Healing and Transformation
Communication with the dead
A diva is a celebrated female singer. The term is used to describe a woman of outstanding talent in the world of opera, and, by extension, in theatre, cinema and popular music. The meaning of diva is closely related to that of “prima donna”.
The word is cognate with the Hindu term “Devi” meaning goddess (masculine “Deva” meaning god) which in turn originates from the ancient Sanskrit language, one of the earliest Indo-European languages; the word is also cognate with the Avestan term denoting the Zoroastrian concept of the Daevas.
The meaning of diva came to be used for stars from the world of cinema and music and in a wider sense also designates a very beautiful woman or a muse.
Diva Empowerment will help you with
Build your personnal inner strength
Build your inner power
Beauty & Glamour
Increase your self-confidence
Awakening your divine inner goddess…
Kamadhenu (Sanskrit: कामधेनु Kāmadhenu), also known as Surabhi (सुरभि Surabhī), is a divine bovine-goddess described in Hindu mythology as the mother of all cows. She is a miraculous “cow of plenty” who provides her owner whatever he desires and is often portrayed as the mother of other cattle as well as the eleven Rudras. In iconography, she is generally depicted as a white cow with a female head and breasts or as a white cow containing various deities within her body. All cows are venerated in Hinduism as the earthly embodiment of the Kamadhenu. As such, Kamadhenu is not worshipped independently as a goddess, and temples are not dedicated to her honor alone; rather, she is honored by the veneration of cows in general throughout the observant Hindu population.
Kamadhenu Light of Plenty will help you with
Protection Abundance Prosperity Fertility Good omens Good deals Fulfilling your wishes Wisdom Protection of cows and quadrupeds…