Crackle…boom! A bright flash of lightening ignited the mission of two eagles flying in opposite directions across the starry sky. Where their paths crossed would be the divine center of the world at Delphi. At Delphi’s sun bleached temple, the legendary oracle would channel the gods to answer the pressing questions of foreign dignitaries, kings, queens and ordinary folk.
From the magical vapeur filled temple, let’s head down the pristine mountain to another sacred corner of Europe — Glastonbury. Glastonbury marks the mystical meeting point of the ley lines, white witches and spiritual seekers alike. At this highly charged spot, your chakras are sure to realign.
From Glastonbury, take a short jaunt down the pagan trail to Stonehenge. The magical circular formation of massive stones sends twilight tingles from head to toe. And our sacred journey doesn’t have to stop at Stonehenge.
In just Europe alone, it would take lifetimes to unravel the mysterious traditions hidden in multilayered temples and art. All roads may not lead to Rome, but they do lead to spiritual growth. Let your heart guide you across rugged Scottish Highlands, vine-raked valleys, awe-inspiring Alps and St. Peter’s Square. There is no telling where it will take you!
Goddesses of Europe
The Celtic goddess of weather, poetry and crafts really knows how to light the fire under your bum to spark creativity! She teaches us how to cultivate playful curiosity.
The Celtic goddess of transformation ruled the realms of death and rebirth from an island in the middle of Lake Tegid.
Danu, the Celtic ancient goddess, radiates unconditional love as she embodies true leadership. The mother goddess shares her secrets to living an abundant life.
This playful Irish goddess throws caution to the wind. With her vulva fully exposed, she would tease men to lay with her.
Greek & Roman
The Greek goddess of romantic love, beauty and pleasure, also known as Venus, was born from the foaming sea, forever tinting our world with rose-colored lens.
The Roman goddess Diana, also known as Artemis, is a free spirit who wanders the moon lite woods with her band of fury companions.
The Greek goddess of transformation has the power to live between the worlds of the living and the dead, between the past and the future. That’s some powerful magic!
Hera is the Queen Bee of the Greek pantheon. The goddess of women, marriage, family, and childbirth is notorious for her fierce temper and sense of justice.
The winged Greek goddess of victory shows us the path to manifesting our dreams.
As the Greek moon goddess rides a luminous chariot across the sky, she lights up the night and controls time.
Freya is a beautiful and kind Norse goddess that aids in all matters of the heart and war. Her tremendous love and courage have no limits.
Skadi, the Norse goddess of winter and the hunt, is stormy and unpredictable, yet determined to live life to its fullest.