Mother goddess
A mother goddess is a goddess who represents, or is a personification of nature, motherhood, fertility, creation, destruction or who embodies the bounty of the Earth. When equated with the Earth or th...
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Cura
Cura is the name of a divine figure whose name means "Care" or "Concern" in Latin. Hyginus seems to have created both the personification and story for his Fabulae, poem 220.In crossing a river, Cura ...
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Puana
Puana is a snake Goddess in Yaruro Mythology, people from Venezuela, creatrix of everything. Her tales says she created Kuma, the first woman on Earth who gave birth to every living thing.
Leto
In Greek mythology, Leto (/ˈliːtoʊ/; Greek: Λητώ Lētṓ; Λατώ, Lātṓ in Dorian Greek, etymology and meaning disputed) is a daughter of the Titans Coeus and Phoebe and the sister of Asteria. The island of...
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Mother Nature
Mother Nature (sometimes known as Mother Earth or the Earth-Mother) is a common personification of nature that focuses on the life-giving and nurturing aspects of nature by embodying it in the form o...
Mut
Mut, which meant mother in the ancient Egyptian language, was an ancient Egyptian mother goddess with multiple aspects that changed over the thousands of years of the culture. Alternative spellings a...
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Mami (goddess)
Mami is a goddess in the Babylonian epic Atra-Hasis and in other creation legends. She was probably synonymous with Ninhursag. She was involved in the creation of humankind from clay and blood. As Ni...
Tiamat
In Mesopotamian Religion (Sumerian, Assyrian, Akkadian and Babylonian), Tiamat is a chaos monster, a primordial goddess of the ocean, mating with Abzû (the god of fresh water) to produce younger gods...
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Mat Zemlya
Mat Zemlya, also Matka Ziemia, and Mati Syra Zemlya (literally Damp Mother Earth), is the oldest deity in Slavic mythology, her identity later blended into that of Mokosh. She shares characteristics ...
Mawu
In Dahomey mythology, Mawu (alternately: Mahu) is a creator goddess, associated with the sun and moon. In some myths, she is the twin sister-wife of the male god Lisa; in others, both deities are asp...
Yhi
In Australian Aboriginal mythology (specifically: Gamilaraay peoples), Yhi is a goddess of light and creation, and a solar deity. She lived in the Dream time and slept until a whistle awakened her. Wh...
Beira (mythology)
Beira is the name given by 20th-century folklorist Donald Alexander Mackenzie to the Cailleach Bheur, the personification of winter and the mother of all the gods and goddesses in Scottish mythology. ...
Kuk
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Cailleach
In Gaelic mythology (Irish, Scottish and Manx) the Cailleach ([ˈkalʲəx], [ˈkaʎəx]) is a divine hag, a creator deity and weather deity, and possibly an ancestor deity. She is also commonly known as the...
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Sita
Sita (Devnagari:सीता, also spelled Seeta or Seetha, Sītā,  listen  meaning "furrow") is one of the National heroes of Nepal and the central Maithali female character of the Hindu epic Ramay...
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Mami Wata
Mami Wata (Mammy Water) is venerated in West, Central, and Southern Africa, and in the African diaspora in the Americas. Mami Wata spirits are usually female, but are sometimes male.
The appearanc...
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A'akuluujjusi
A'akuluujjusi is the great creator mother among the Inuit people, a primordial goddess.
She created animals from her clothes. First, she made the caribou with tusks and the walrus with antlers. Bu...
Nammu
In Sumerian mythology, Nammu (also Namma, spelled ideographically 𒀭𒇉 NAMMA = ENGUR) was a primeval goddess, corresponding to Tiamat in Babylonian mythology.Nammu was the Goddess sea (Engur) that gav...
Ak Ana
Ak Ana (Ağ Ana or Ak Ene), the "White Mother", is the primordial creator-goddess of Turkic people and the Khanty and Mansi peoples of Siberia. She is also known as the goddess of the water. She was th...
Varima-te-takere
In Cook Islands mythology, Varima-te-takere ("goddess of the beginning"; /vɑːriːmə-tɛ-tɑːkɛrɛ/) also called Vari (VAH-ree), was the primordial mother of the gods and mortals. According to Gill, Vari, ...
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Eingana
In Australian Aboriginal mythology, Eingana is a creator goddess and the mother of all water, animals, and humans. She is a snake goddess of death who lives in the Dream time. She has no vagina; she...
Meskhenet
In Ancient Egyptian mythology, Meskhenet, (also spelt Mesenet, Meskhent, and Meshkent) was the goddess of childbirth, and the creator of each child's Ka, a part of their soul, which she breathed into...
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Gaia (mythology)
In Greek mythology, Gaia, (GAY-ə GAH-yə; from Ancient Greek Γαῖα, a poetical form of Γῆ Gē, Ge, "land" or "earth";) also spelled Gaea, was the personification of the Earth and one of the Greek primor...
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Bhuvaneshvari
In Hinduism, Bhuvaneśwari (Sanskrit: भुवनेश्वरी) is the fourth of the ten Mahavidya goddesses and an aspect of Devi or Durga as elements of the physical cosmos, in giving shape to the creation of ...
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Nin-imma
Nin-imma is a Sumerian, Babylonian, and Akkadian fertility goddess and deification of the female sex organs. Her parents are Enki and Ninkurra.
Her name derives from the Sumerian words nin – godde...
Aditi
In the Vedas, Aditi (Sanskrit: अदिति "limitless") is mother of the gods (devamatar) and all twelve zodiacal spirits from whose cosmic matrix the heavenly bodies were born. As celestial mother of ever...
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Neith
Neith (/neɪθ/ or /niːθ/; also spelled Nit, Net, or Neit) was an early goddess in the Egyptian pantheon. She was the patron deity of Sais, where her cult was centered in the Western Nile Delta of Egyp...
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Triple Goddess (Neopaganism)
The Triple Goddess was the subject of much of the writing of Robert Graves, and has been adopted by many neopagans as one of their primary deities. In common Neopagan usage the three female figures ar...
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Gran Maître
In Haitian Vodou, Gran Maître (or Gran Met) is the primary creator god. He is also the same God Jehovah from the Judeao Christian religion.
Senufo female ancestor figure
This wooden female ancestor figure by an unknown Senufo artisan is part of the African collection of the Indianapolis Museum of Art, which is in Indianapolis, Indiana. Carved in the first half of the ...
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