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Previous issues have featured Greek goddesses, Egyptian goddesses, and other feminine dieties. Explore their myths and symbols: nbsp;nbsp;: : : : : :nbsp; nbsp; inanna nut rhiannon Caffeina Norse goddess Freya nut isis and horus mazu mnemnosyne and the muses Amaterasu the Greek goddess of love and marriage hestia, goddess of hearth and home demeter hecate beltane brigit iambe sophia, goddess of wisdom Venus amaterasu kali parvati sedna yemaya, iambe baubo ix-chel butterfly goddess, ix chel bast saint brigid yemaya hecate, goddess of witchcraft isis mazu mnemnosyne muses Amaterasu hestia demeter hecate brigit athena hera and zeis pagan holidays sedna yemaya moon goddesses ix-chel ma tsu arachne : : : : artemis frigga persephone psyche white buffalo calf woman bast basthet atalanta ondine tara ix chel arachne and athena aphrodite persephone psyche white and green tara white buffalo calf woman artemis, greek goddess of the hunt brigid bast sophia, goddess of wisdom inanna brigid celtic goddess rhiannon aphrodite mazu frigga artemis kali baubo freya nbsp;nbsp;: : : : : :nbsp; nbsp; Check out the Greek Gods Quiz and the popular Goddess Quiz that reveals your personal goddess type and connects you with the goddess within you.nbsp;nbsp;: : : : : :nbsp; nbsp;