Mythology | Artemis

Artemis is the Greek goddess of hunting, animals, and wilderness. She is also linked to chastity, independence, fertility, childbirth, and the moon. She is the daughter of Zeus and Leto, twin sister of Apollo. In Roman mythology, she is known as Diana. When Zeus had an affair with Leto, in order to cover up hisContinue reading “Mythology | Artemis”

Mythology | Aphrodite (Venus)

Aphrodite is possibly the most popular and well-known ancient goddess of modern times. Venus is her equivalent, Roman version, while Aphrodite is Greek. In some cases, she is known as “Venus-Aphrodite.” Two other names include Cytherea (Lady of Cythera) or Cypris (Lady of Cyprus.) She can also be compared to Egyptian goddesses Isis and Hathor.Continue reading “Mythology | Aphrodite (Venus)”

NOW FOR SALE — Magical Perfume Sprays!

I am excited to announce my very first physical product listing on my Etsy shop! Click here to shop at Crystal Aura Gaze, which offers a variety of psychic readings, and now also perfume sprays!!! These sprays are a blend of three unique essential oils, diluted less than 2% in distilled water for your safety.Continue reading “NOW FOR SALE — Magical Perfume Sprays!”

Mythology ~ Persephone (and Hades)

Persephone is an ancient Greek goddess — who’s name is pronounced like purr-seff-uh-nee (rhymes with Stephanie.) The energy surrounding Persephone is very dark, gothic, and almost gloomy. Yet ironically, she is associated with springtime and fertility. Representing death and rebirth, Persephone draws many parallels to the goddesses Isis and Kali. Persephone is the daughter ofContinue reading “Mythology ~ Persephone (and Hades)”

Falling into temptation ~ strength & persistence

I have disrespected myself recently. And  with mistake-making, when we go through a time of feeling out of control, we can take back control by making the right choice afterwards. First off, you need to move on. You can’t dwell on imperfection because we are all human. You must forgive yourself and anyone else involved.Continue reading “Falling into temptation ~ strength & persistence”

My new kitten, Luna!

There has been an addition to my family — a new kitten! I named her Luna after the Roman moon goddess and also the Latin word for “moon.” Her story… I adopted Luna through my sister’s friend’s parents. They had a black stray who would come around and they would feed her. They thought sheContinue reading “My new kitten, Luna!”

Mythology Monday ~ Parvati

Parvati is the Hindu goddess of love, marriage, children, motherhood, fertility, devotion, and strength. She has many different aspects to her personality, which are all manifested as different / separate goddesses, including Kali and Durga. Parvati is part of the Hindu trinity of goddesses, along with Lakshmi and Saraswati. Her husband is Shiva, and theirContinue reading “Mythology Monday ~ Parvati”

Mythology ~ Goddess Isis

Goddess Isis is the most legendary goddess of ancient Egyptian mythology. Most dynamic of all, she is goddess of almost everything — most famously known as goddess of love, motherhood, fertility, magic, mystery, healing, death, and rebirth. Her Greek name is “Isis” while the ancient Egyptians called her “Aset” or “Iset.” In the beginning times,Continue reading “Mythology ~ Goddess Isis”

Mythology Monday ~ Kali

One of my favorite dieties is the Hindu goddess Kali. Misunderstood goddess The ancient Hindu goddess Kali represents death, darkness, and total chaos. Incredibly complex, she is the most misunderstood of all goddesses — it is said that fully understanding Kali is equivalent to transcending fear. Themes of Kali include creation and destruction; violence andContinue reading “Mythology Monday ~ Kali”

Mythology Monday ~ Nymphs!

In Greek mythology, nymphs are supernatural, female incarnations of nature — the plants, flowers, trees, mountains, wind, sea, etc. Nymphs are minor goddesses: more powerful than humans yet a step below the gods & goddesses. Nymphs are typically depicted as beautiful and graceful women with soft, sweet appearances. Often, they are confused for fairies. TheseContinue reading “Mythology Monday ~ Nymphs!”