Moon Goddess: Draped in her glimmering veil of stars, the Goddess Selene tenderly guides the moon on its celestial journey, keeping watch over the night-bathed earth. Her face is lit by the gentle glow of moonbeams from the heavens and by the profound power of her own inner peace and love for mankind.
The Spirit of Flight. The Spirit of Flight, the force responsible for the powers of movement of the wind and air, has gathered around her all the flying things she loves. Birds, insects, flying fish, swirling leaves, seeds of dandelions and sycamore trees, butterflies and fairies all dance around her in a grand array of wild free motion.
Selene, daughter of Hyperion, the sister of Helios (the sun) and Eos (the dawn), is mainly known for being the Titaness of the moon, though she is also known as a deity presiding over the night, ocean tides, magic, childbirth, dew, lunacy, nursing, and the months. Mainly worshipped in the Peloponnese, a large peninsula situated in southern Greece including Arcadia, Elis, Corinth, Achaea, Thrace and Argos. (Roman, Luna)