Al-Uzza (“The Most Mighty”) - a pre-Islamic Arabian goddess, the virgin warrior and youngest in the triad of goddesses with Menat (“Time”, the Death or Fate goddess, sometimes—I think erroneously—called the Goddess of the Full Moon, since the Moon in Arabia was masculine) and Al Lat (whose name means “The Goddess”, as Al Lah means “The God”).
Goddess Mama Killa , in Inca mythology and religion, was the third power and goddess of the moon. She was the goddess of marriage and the menstrual cycle, and considered a defender of women. She was also important for the Inca calendar. Mama Killa was known as "Mother Moon", and was goddess of the moon.
Tula’s themes are balance, justice and peace. Her symbols are scales and balanced items. This Hindu Goddess is represented by the constellation Libra, Her name even meaning ‘balance’. In all things, Tula teaches us how to harmonize the diverse nature of our hectic lives and reintegrate Goddess-centred ideology within that framework.