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Goddess Hera  Google Image Result for http://karenswhimsy.com/public-domain-images/ancient-greek-gods/images/ancient-greek-gods-4.jpg

Goddess Hera Google Image Result for http://karenswhimsy.com/public-domain-images/ancient-greek-gods/images/ancient-greek-gods-4.jpg

Daughter of RA, BAST was originally a lion-headed Sun Goddess of Protection before becoming a super-powered Top Cat with lunar tendencies. She has a flair for avenging wrongs and scratching enemies where it hurts. In fact she was feisty enough for the Greeks to have identified her with ARTEMIS. Over time, the nurturing instincts of mothering cats came to be associated with BAST's protective care and she developed a reputation as a Mother Goddess.

Daughter of RA, BAST was originally a lion-headed Sun Goddess of Protection before becoming a super-powered Top Cat with lunar tendencies. She has a flair for avenging wrongs and scratching enemies where it hurts. In fact she was feisty enough for the Greeks to have identified her with ARTEMIS. Over time, the nurturing instincts of mothering cats came to be associated with BAST's protective care and she developed a reputation as a Mother Goddess.

Cernunnos, Celtic horned god  This is one of the best depictions I have ever seen.  Love this!

Cernunnos, Celtic horned god This is one of the best depictions I have ever seen. Love this!

Statuette of Cybele on a cart drawn by lions [Roman] (97.22.24) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Statuette of Cybele on a cart drawn by lions [Roman] (97.22.24) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Tiamat is primordial chaos and the salt sea.  Sometimes depicted as a woman, sometimes as a sea serpent, the goddess was here from the very beginning, in a very "first there was nothing, then there was Tiamat" kind of way.  She was worshiped by several Mesopotamian cultures, such as the Sumerians and the Babylonians, and she and her mate Apsu (who embodied the fresh waters of the world) birthed all of the gods.  She was very powerful in her own right, but as time went on, her descendant…

Tiamat is primordial chaos and the salt sea. Sometimes depicted as a woman, sometimes as a sea serpent, the goddess was here from the very beginning, in a very "first there was nothing, then there was Tiamat" kind of way. She was worshiped by several Mesopotamian cultures, such as the Sumerians and the Babylonians, and she and her mate Apsu (who embodied the fresh waters of the world) birthed all of the gods. She was very powerful in her own right, but as time went on, her descendant…

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