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PostSubject: The Triple Goddess   Tue Nov 04, 2008 11:37 am

The Triple Goddess

This is the three aspects of the Goddess. There will be separate pages for each Representation of the Goddess. May you enjoy learning about each respectively.

The Maiden aspect represents enchantment, expansion, the female principle, the promise of new beginnings, youth, excitement, and erotic carefree aura.
She is innocent in ways, but also a enchantress who recognizes the power of her sexuality.
Maiden goddesses include:
Anatha, Bridgid, Nimue, Kore, Persephone , Caer .
The Maiden signifies youth, the excitement of the chase, and the newness of life and magick.
In human age she would be between puberty and her twenties. She does not have a mate.
Her colors are soft & light, such as white, soft pink, or light yellow.
Rituals using the Maiden:
Any new beginning, or even the hopes and plans for new beginnings.

When taking on a new job, or planning to apply for a new job.
During the first steps of new ideas, whatever they are.
Whenever you plan or begin a complete turn around in your life.
Whenever you begin a new phase in your life.
On moving, in to a new house or apartment.
On entering a new school or going back to school after a delay in education.
Any journey that is connected with anticipated changes.
This can be anything.
The beginning of a new relationship, love or friendship.

Plans for getting pregnant. The birth of a child.
The first menastruation for girls.
Puberty on reaching the teens for boys.
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PostSubject: Re: The Triple Goddess   Tue Nov 04, 2008 11:37 am

The Mother is ripeness, fertility, fulfillment, stability, and power. The Mother is ripe, full breasted, at the peak of her womanly powers. She is the one who tenderly and lovingly rocks the baby, but she is also the lioness who hunts to feed her offspring and will fight to the death to protect them.
Mother goddesses include:
Aa, Ambika, Ceres, Coatlicue, Danu, Demeter, Hathor, Ishtar, Isis, Lakshmi, Nintu.

This aspect of Her is the image of a young woman in the first bloom of womanhood.
She is curious, adventurous, powerful and beautiful.
At once innocent and sexually arrousing to all who behold her, she is the essence of joyful sexuality.
She is Enchantment, full of life. She is springtime, the first flower of the season of rebirth.
The waxing moon represents Her.
The Mother stands for nurturing, caring, fertility;
she is a woman in the prime of her life and at the peak of her power.
She protects her own and will ensure that justice is done and done well. This woman is usually mated.
In human age, she would be seen as a woman in her thirties to mid-forties.
Her colors are warmer than that of the maiden, such as green, copper, red, light purple or royal blue.
Rituals using the Mother:

Project fruition and completion. When childbirth is near. Strength to see matters through to the end.
Blessings and protection.
This especially applies to females who are threatened by men. Guidance in life decisions. Marriages, or the contemplation of or desire for marriage.

Finding or choosing a mate or companion. Gardening, the growing of any plant. Choosing or accepting an animal. Protection of animal life.

Making choices of any kind. Gaining or continuing peace.
Developing intuition and psychic gifts. Spiritual direction.
She is the fertile womb that bears forth all things.
The Mother is the nurturer, the one who nourishes life within her and gives birth to it.
She labors to give presence to all things and then renders nourishment of the flesh and of the soul.
Her image is that of a woman with a babe at her breast and children at her feet.
She is mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually powerful.
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PostSubject: Re: The Triple Goddess   Tue Nov 04, 2008 11:38 am

The Crone is wisdom, and compassion. She is old in age, experience, accumulated wisdom and death. She is the gateway to Death, and the guide to Rebirth.
Crone goddesses include: Annis, Baba Yaga, Cailleach, Greine, Hel, Maman Brigitte, Oya, Sedna, Skuld . . .
The Crone is a being of age-old wisdom.
She is shrew and counsels well.
She cares for the Maiden and the Mother as well as the off-spring thereof.
She is logical and can be terrible in her vengeance.
She stands at the door to the dimension of death.
In human years, she is approximately 45 or older.
The Crone is the Most difficult of the three to place in human age.
The Crone’s traditional colors are black, gray, purple, brown or midnight blue.
Rituals using the Crone:

Ending relationships, jobs, friendships. Menopause, or coming to terms with aging. Divorce.
A regrouping of energies needed at the end of a cycle of activity or problem.
Rest and calmness before making new goals and plans.
When the garden or plants are ready for winter.
Harrassment of any kind. Retribution on rapists, murderers, abusers.

On the death of a person or pet; of any animal or human.
Contemplation at the end of your own life cycle.
When moving from a dwelling or job.
When strong protection is needed for attacks on the physical or psychic levels, or even annoyance by spirits.
To understand the deepest of mysteries. Developing trance or communication with the guides or other spirits.
The Crone is wisdom, the Grandmother we seek for words of advice.
Her wisdom is much wider than intellectual knowledge, though it includes intellect and does not dispise it.
The waning moon is her representative.
She has seen much in her many years, but has compassion for all. Maid and Mother live within her as stored experience.
She can seem terrible, because she is the gateway to Death. But she also guides us through it, pointing the way to the new life beyond this one.
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