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Ereshkigal (pronounced ay-RESH-kee-gal) is the Sumerian Goddess of Death and Queen of the Underworld. She is the daughter of Nammu, Goddess of the Primordial Sea, and Anu, God of the Sky, and twin sister of Enki, God of the Waters. Shortly after her birth, she was carried off by the dragon Kur to the Underworld, where she became its ruler. She is also said to be the older sister of Inanna, Goddess of Love, War, and Fertility, and she is mostly known from the myth of Inanna’s descent to the…

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)

Themis, in Greek mythology, was the personification of divine or natural law, order, and justice. Her name means justice. She was worshipped as a goddess in Athens. Themis was also credited with wisdom and foresight or prophecy, and with knowing secrets unknown even to Zeus. She was also known as a protector of the oppressed and a protector of hospitality.

Salome: Dance of the Seven Veils is also thought to have originated with the myth of the fertility goddess Ishtar (Astarte) of Assyrian and Babylonian religion.

Sekhment - goddess of war and destruction: "I am the dark goddess who shows the way Who strides like a lion in the darkness.”


Melinoe (Μελινοε, "Dark Thought", from melas, black, and noe, mind) was the ancient Greek Goddess of Propitiation-Offerings made to the deceased. She wandered the earth every night with a train of ghosts, scaring anyone in their path. This was said to be the reason that dogs would bark at seemingly nothing at night. She was said to be the daughter of Zeus, who took the guise of Hades and seduced Persephone by the river Styx.

Eir ("mercy") is a minor Norse Goddess of Healing. She knew the secret powers of herbs, with which she could even resurrect the dead. She taught the art of healing only to women, who, in ancient Scandinavia, were the only physicians. She is the patroness of health-care workers, called on against sickness or injury. Shamanic healing, especially, falls into her realm.