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All Gods and Goddesses teach us very valuable lessons and help us understand ourselves, our society and our history.

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Goddess Aphrodite (Venus), the Goddess of Love and Beauty, requires expressions of mystic love between a man and a woman. A woman who worships Aphrodite is graceful, brave and charming: she will not allow herself to be dishonored. When the sexual act involves ugliness, frigidity and depression enters in. Without genuine joy and love between partners, the pathway to Goddess Aphrodite is lost. To delight a woman is to draw on Goddess Aphrodite's intimacy.

Tarot card representation: The Lovers
Numbers: #2, #6
Metal: gold
Gemstones: amber, amethyst, carnelian, dolomite, moonstone, red jasper, rose quartz, rhodochrosite, turquoise


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Goddess Aphrodite
  • Goddess of Love and Beauty
  • Amber, Amethyst, Carnelian, Dolomite, Moonstone, Red Jasper, Rose Quartz, Rhodochrosite, Turquoise

God Dionysus (Bacchus), the God of Ecstasy and Joy, takes refuge in his own emotions of joy to escape the external forces of destruction. He lives in a divine state of possession and lives in freedom from established convention. To worship God Dionysus is to be devoted to communion with mystical and emotional experience that happens within the body. He encourages the women who worship him, the maenads, to dance and sing and celebrate ecstatic experience through their bodies. He nourishes women and demands that they express their genuine feminine ecstacy and joy with their partners and with their lives.

Tarot card representation: Ace of Wands
Numbers: #3, #5
Metal: silver
Gemstones: amazonite, dumorite, emerald, goldstone, hematite


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God Dionysus
  • God of Ecstacy and Joy
  • Amazonite, Dumorite, Emerald, Goldstone, Hematite

Goddess Ariadne, the Goddess of the Labyrinth, is originally a mortal princess, daughter of King Minos of Crete. Ariadne gives Theseus, prince of Athens, the ball of string that guides him silently into the Labyrinth to the sleeping Minotaur, the half man/ half bull monster that requires fourteen youths to be sacrificed to him each year. Theseus kills the Minotaur, follows the string back out of the Labyrinth and sails away to Athens with Ariadne, whom he promises to marry. Theseus abandons Ariadne on a deserted island so he can sail away to marry another woman. Ariadne dies of grief. God Dionysus resurrects her and makes her his wife and Goddess of the Labyrinth. God Dionysus is faithful and committed to his wife and Goddess. He is the only God who is monogamous to his wife. Worshipers of Goddess Ariadne know that a woman needs to find her own capacity for illuminating herself. She needs to move away from heartless mortal men and on to a sacred marriage with a God whose potency is like wine and whose love is like honey.

Tarot card representation: Queen of Wands
Numbers: #2, #3
Metal: gold
Gemstones: aquamarine, freshwater pearls, mother-of-pearl, tourmaline


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Goddess Ariadne
  • Goddess of the Labyrinth
  • Aquamarine, Freshwater Pearls, Mother-of-Pearl, Tourmaline

Apollo (Apollo), the God of music, Prophecy and Light, champions logic and regards women from above. He teaches that women should be restrained, curbed and brought into subjection. He believes that the spark of creativity, intelligence and enlightenment is masculine. To Apollo, a pregnant woman is merely a custodian of masculine creation. God Apollo's spirit wants to approach the Sun, to go higher towards rationality, logic and science. He rejects his terrestrial home as valuable or important. He is obsessed with masculine superiority in all things. He is incapable of maintaining a loving relationship with a woman as he keeps women under his rule. He is an arrogant and talented musician who challenges other musicians to compete with him and then heartlessly skins them alive. Apollo wrested control of the Delphic Oracle, the gift of prophecy, by force from the Goddess Gaia, Mother Earth. Worshipers of Apollo believe in the absolute power of the patriarch--that only a man can be on top as the dominant personality. The patriarch seeks to confirm his status as exclusive master. The patriarch believes that successful love removes itself as far as possible from the senses and the body of a woman.

Tarot representation: King of Swords
Numbers: #1, #7
Metal: gold
Gemstones: citrine, rhyolite, yellow agate


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God Apollo
  • God of Music, Prophecy and Light
  • Citrine, Rhyolite, Yellow Agate

Goddess Artemis (Diana), the Goddess of Animals, the Hunt, Birth and the Moon, is God Apollo's twin sister and opposite. She wants solitude and autonomy at any price. She rejects the sexual bond, despite her beauty and desirability. She teaches women that feminine separatism becomes the only way of escaping male domination over women. Goddess Artemis and her fierce independence preserves a woman from identification with society. A woman who worships Goddess Artemis is cured of the compulsive need to be liked and surrounded by men. She learns that solitude is an inner space that must be defended without guilt. A woman of Artemis protects herself from physical or psychological intrusion and does not easily open her arms to people. Goddess Artemis encourages a woman to submit to the powerful workings of untamed nature, especially during the pain of birth. An Artemis worshiper defends sacred interior and exterior feminine territory from abuse and from men. She celebrates her feminine powers with animals and Moon spirituality.

Tarot card representation: The Star
Numbers: #1, #9
Metal: silver
Gemstones: chrysocolla, jade, malachite, red jasper


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Goddess Artemis
  • Goddess of Animals, the Hunt, Birth and the Moon
  • Chrysocolla, Jade, Malachite, Red Jasper

Goddess Athena (Minerva), the Goddess of Wisdom, Battle and Artistry, honors the male in all things but marriage. She likes men but she refuses to service them in any way but helping them in battle. She is clad in golden armor and she carries a shield and a spear. She encourages women to be independent, chaste, brave, strong and rational. To worship Goddess Athena is to be devoted to the knowledge that a woman is a warrior in life: a woman is intelligent, disciplined, talented, creative, artistic, clever and capable of winning all her battles. A woman who honors Goddess Athena knows victory and success.

Tarot card representation: Queen of Swords
Numbers: #1, #8
Metal: gold
Gemstones: aventurine, black agate, bloodstone, brown agate, labradorite, moukaite, onyx, sodalite, tiger's eye


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Goddess Athena
  • Goddess of Wisdom, Battle and Artistry
  • Aventurine, Black Agate, Bloodstone, Brown Agate, Labradorite, Moukaite, Onyx, Sodalite, Tiger's Eye

Hestia (Vesta), the Goddess of the Center, the Hearth and the Home, returns to a woman the power of her home. Goddess Hestia likes her own home and she doesn't want to share her interior space, her house and her work with a man. She rejects the upheavals of marriage and married life. She teaches a woman to involve herself with her family of origin and to enjoy the affections of her family. A woman of Hestia knows she is powerful, valuable and useful even if she chooses not to be employed or married. The presence of Hestia brings family together by creating an abundance of food, love and material security within the home. Goddess Hestia teaches a woman that she is at the center of Mother Earth, home and herself and this center is a shelter, a safe and protected place of continuity. A worshiper of Hestia knows how to maintain, watch over and nourish her terrestrial home.

Tarot card representation: Strength
Numbers: #1, #4
Metal: gold
Gemstones: apatite, blue-lace agate, crystal quartz, brown jasper, iolite, hematite, leopardskin jasper, obsidian, peridot, rhodonite, rutile quartz, serpentine, yellow jasper


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Goddess Hestia
  • Goddess of the Center, the Hearth and the Home
  • Apatite, Blue-Lace Agate, Crystal Quartz, Brown Jasper, Iolite, Hematite, Leopardskin Jasper, Obsidian, Peridot, Rhodonite, Rutile Quartz, Serpentine, Yellow Jasper

Zeus (Jupiter), the God of the Sky, Weather, Law and Order, is the master of the universe. He is a tyrant and he obeys no limits and fulfills his every desire, no matter how taboo. He is as majestic as the sky and as unpredictable as the weather. He mediates quarrels between the Gods and Goddesses and his decree is absolute law. He controls the thunder and lightening. He seduces goddesses, nymphs and princesses alike and he is always in love. His love affairs are continually changing as quickly as his ability to change his shape at will. A worshiper of Zeus knows a fertile imagination and a lustful personality and accepts a man's obsessive and unstoppable desire for women and dominant power.

Tarot card representation: The Emperor
Numbers: #1, #4
Metal: gold
Gemstones: sunstone, tiger's eye, unakite, zoisite


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God Zeus
  • God of the Sky, Weather, Law and Order
  • Sunstone, Tiger's Eye, Unakite, Zoisite

Hera (Juno), the Goddess of Marriage and Family, extends her power over every phase of a woman's life. She is the wife of Zeus and she never wavers in her commitment to her husband and yet she does not close her eyes to his philandering ways. She is jealous towards her romantic rivals and their children born from Zeus. A woman of Hera knows the value of a loving marriage and is committed to a man she loves and honors, despite the man's failings and weaknesses. A worshiper of Hera knows she is protected from her first to her last breath and that she will give birth to healthy babies.

Tarot representation: Queen of Pentacles
Numbers: #2, #7
Metal: gold
Gemstones: garnet, emerald, lapiz, lepidolite, topaz, turquoise


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Goddess Hera
  • Goddess of Marriage and Family
  • Garnet, Emerald, Lapiz, Lepidolite, Topaz, Turquoise

Persephone (Proserpina), the Goddess of the Underworld, is young and gentle. She is raped and kidnapped by Hades, the God of death who claims to love her. She is forced to be his wife for four months a year. To worship Persephone is to take time to look inside, to contemplate in stillness and withdrawal and seek inner peace. Persephone shows a woman that she needs to find an inner sanctuary to seek and understand deep feminine power within and to heal the wounds inflicted upon her by the man who strikes out against her with his violence and cruelty.

Tarot card representation: High Priestess
Numbers: #3, #10
Metal: Silver
Gemstones: azurite, black tourmaline, flourite, howlite, marcasite, smoky quartz, snowflake obsidian


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Goddess Persephone
  • Goddess of the Underworld
  • Azurite, Black Tourmaline, Flourite, Howlite, Marcasite, Smoky Quartz, Snowflake, Obsidian

Demeter (Ceres), the Goddess of Motherhood, Fertility and Harvest, loves her daughter Persephone and teaches women how to survive the grief, anger and joy of motherhood. A woman of Demeter is persistent, creative, emotional, fertile, bountiful and maternal.

Tarot card representation: Empress
Numbers: #4, #9
Metal: gold
Gemstones: green agate, moss agate, mother-of-pearl


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Goddess Demeter
  • Goddess of Motherhood, Fertility and the Harvest
  • Green Agate, Moss Agate, Mother-of-Pearl

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