Marienskulptur aus dem 13. Jhd. in der Krypta des Augsburger Doms; Maria als "Sitz der Weisheit"
Gold statuette of Aphrodite, 100 A.D., Benaki Museum of Greek Civilization.
Nüwa, the Serpent Goddess
White Buffalo Calf Woman (Lakota: Pte Ska Win / Pteskawin / Ptesanwi) is a sacred woman of supernatural origin, When Roman Catholic missionaries first came among the Lakota, their stories of the Virgin Mary and Jesus became associated with the legend of White Buffalo Calf Woman. The syncretic practice of identifying Mary with PtesanWi and Jesus witcentral to the Lakota religion as the primary cultural prophet. Oral traditions relate that she brought the "Seven Sacred Rituals" to the Teton…
Understanding Saraswati, Vedic Goddess of Knowledge and Arts
Goddess Gallery: Download Images of Saraswati - the Hindu goddess of knowledge and arts.
Goddess Jun Ti
“Jun Ti’s themes are long life, fertility, wisdom and tradition. Her symbols are dragons, sun and moon, the numbers 3 and 18. This Chinese Buddhist Goddess oversees all matters of life generously. In works of art she is depicted as living on Polaris, the star around which all things revolve, including each individual’s fate. She has three eyes for wise discernment, eighteen arms holding weapons with to protect Her people, and a dragon’s head that symbolizes Her power and wisdom.
Crone Ixchel (side view) - Mayan Crone Goddess of the Tiger's Claw. Associated with the sign Aquarius.
Akhilandeshwari is known mostly as "the Goddess who is never not broken." Akhilanda derives her power from being broken: in flux, pulling herself apart, living in different, constant selves at the same time, from never becoming a whole that has limitations.
Virgen románica. Mare de Déu amb el Nen, siglo XIII, Catalunya.Museo Frederic Marés.
BRONZE FIGURE OF BUDDHA - CHINA, MING DYNASTY, 16TH CENTURY.