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There were flowers in her hair and ice in her veins. The frailty and delicacy, her pretty pink lips and rosy cheeks, all a façade. Her ribs, a steel cage, bound tightly her wild heart that seeped darkness, the blood that would pour from her fingertips pricked by thorns, reeked of cloying sweetness. The apple of her mother’s eyes, always ripe for the picking, high hanging fruit filled with temptation. Her beauty was her curse, her naivety her downfall. With thunderous hooves and the…

Hestia [aka Vesta] The Hearth-goddess and daughter of Cronus, she swore to remain a maiden forever after Apollo and Poseidon tried to when her hand. Zeus then bestowed her with the title of chiefly worship of the family Hearth. In later versions she would become the hearth-goddess of the universe and become the personification of earth as the center of the universe.

She embraces the true essence of the divine feminine goddess deep into her soul, becoming fully aware of the power held within and creating love to fill the world with the sweet peace craved by all…

Triple Moon Goddess Cross Stitch Pattern -- Pagan, Wicca, Wiccan, Earth, Mother, Craft, DIY, Aida, Crone, Maiden

Darling… I want to be your moon and twinkling stars to keep a light glowing in even your darkest hours, simply because your happiness is what fuels my own. ~Charlotte (PixieWinksAndFairyWhispers)

Diana The statue of Diana, Roman goddess of hunting, the Moon and Earth. From the Pantheon or Temple of Hercules at Stourhead. Shot hand held with available light so not as sharp as it might be

A richly symbolic image depicting the Celtic ‘Horned God’ Cerne or Cernunnoss in passionate embrace with his consort, The Goddess. Cerne is traditionally Lord of the Animals and The Goddess is generally associated with the ‘Sacred Forest’ of all life on Earth. The forest needs animals to spread seeds and pollinate flowers, and animals need forest to provide food/shelter. As such, neither can survive without the other. By Beau Raven: