Moon goddesses are emotional, nurturing, and sensitive, illuminating your intuitive gifts in the name of transformational growth. They provide a crystal clear clarity of consciousness, even in the darkest of times.
As you ebb and flow with the phases of life, let the moon goddesses be your guiding silver light to the other side.
Celtic Goddess Cerridwen
The Celtic goddess of transformation rules the realms of death and rebirth from an island in the middle of Lake Tegid.
Roman Goddess Diana
Diana, also known as Artemis, is a free spirit who wanders the moon lite woods with her band of fury companions.
Greek Goddess Hecate
The goddess of transformation lives between the worlds of the living and the dead, between the past and the future.
Hawaiian Goddess Hina
The sexy and savvy Hawaiian goddess captures the attention of both men and Gods alike.
Babylonian Goddess Ishtar
The legendary goddess of the Moon, fertility and battle teaches us to trust the divine signs.
Mayan Goddess Ix Chel
The goddess of the Moon, water and birth is also a talented weaver. Her stormy love affair with the Sun god is legendary.
Chinese Goddess Kuan Yin
The beloved goddess holds off on entering Nirvana so that she can help free humans from endless karmic cycles.
African Goddess Mawu
The African goddess of the night, moon and motherhood uses her gentle yin energy to create the earth and all life on it from clay.
Greek Goddess Selene
As the moon goddess rides a luminous chariot across the sky, she lights up the night and controls time.