Fire goddesses are loud, proud and passionate. They burn bright, sparking change and transformation with their lust for life. They may be a handful. But their electric energy spreads passion and joy like wildfire.
Japanese Goddess Amaterasu
Symbolic of the sun on the Japanese flag, Amaterasu is much more than a sun goddess. She rules the entire universe.
Egyptian Goddess Bast
Known as the “Eye of Ray”, the Egyptian goddess showered sparks in the home with her fierce protection and loving care.
Celtic Goddess Brigid
The goddess of weather, poetry and crafts really knows how to light the fire under your bum to spark creativity!
Celtic Goddess Cerridwen
The Celtic goddess of transformation rules the realms of death and rebirth from an island in the middle of Lake Tegid.
Hindu Goddess Durga
The warrior goddess helps you fight your inner fears from a place of love. Call on her to take courageous strides in service of humanity.
Hindu Goddess Kali
The dark goddess uses destruction as a tool of creation. Flaunting her sharp fangs, she destroys what is no longer needed to facilitate new beginnings.
Polynesian Goddess Pele
The bold goddess of all things fire and volcanoes can blaze a trail of either ash or new life — depending on her volatile mood.
Egyptian Goddess Sekhmet
The goddess of war and healing teaches us to have the courage and assertiveness needed to protect what’s rightfully ours.
Hindu Goddess Shakti
Shakti embodies creative power, and rules over the dynamic forces that create all that is within the cosmos.