Hekate Triformis -The 3-faced form of the ancient Thracian Goddess of Witchcraft and the Cross-roads, Keeper of the Keys and bearer of the Twin Torches:
Hekate was the daughter of the Titans Asteria and Perses. She was the goddess of magic and witchcraft, ghosts, necromancy, and the night. In later traditions, she gained rule over the three-way crossroad, and was depicted as a three-form goddess.
Yuki-Onne (Japanese.) A Goddess of death who chills into numbness those who will die, making their death peaceful. She cuts the cord at life’s end.
The Triple Goddess can be found in almost all mythologies. She is at once virgin, mother, and crone, the waxing, full, and waning moons. She represents all that is feminine, enchanting, ripe, and wise. In the ancient mystery traditions, the Triple Goddess was associated with water, weaving and war. Some of the best examples of her threefold nature can be found in Greek, Celtic, and Norse mythology. Art: "Hecate" - by Kay Steventon
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Sage Goddess Gypsy Pagan Witch Goddess Art.
Priestess of Hecate by ~Jo-Freyr on deviantART
Fujin / God of the Wind by Kawanabe Kyosai
Eingana is the Australian Aboriginal Goddess of Creation. She is the Mother of all things, the Primordial Snake Goddess. When Eingana’s creations grew inside her, she swelled up to an enormous size. Since she had no vagina, she had no way to give birth to them, until the God Barraiya opened a hole near her anus with his spear. Eingana is also a Goddess of Death. She holds the thread of life of each of her creations, and when she lets go of it, the life ends.
“Larunda’s themes are earth, home and ghosts. Her symbols are stoves or ovens, soil or clay. Lara is one of the Roman Goddesses of earth and the home. She is also the mother and guardian to ghosts, or lares, who reside in the hearth and protect the family. Traditionally, today is a festival day, Larentalia.