- From Middle English, from Old English, modelled on other masculine>feminine nouns, after the gender of the neuter word god was shifted to masculine by Christianity. See God for further etymology. (Wiktionary)
“The Rain Goddess is often symbolized by the Serpent as rain itself, a great coiled serpent or storm clouds from which millions of tiny snakes represent rainfall.”
“The Making of a Xicana Goddess is about exploring magic and creativity as a means to heal from divorce, abandonment, sexual abuse, and death”
“* K.M. Praschak, "Rain Goddess: The Dust Bowl, 1930s," poem/fantasy/1930s/Dust Bowl.”
“The single most important thing that I have learned on my way to becoming a Sex Goddess is that we can't get where we are going unless we are not only grounded in our bodies, but in a place of loving ourselves from the inside out.”
“This Goddess is offered bettlenut flowers in worship.”
“I found out * after the fact* that I had upset people, but God and Goddess is my witness, I * never* intentionally tried to harm anybody, nor did I ever intend to cheat.”
“Simple Abundance' her May 13th writings about meditating on the cosmic 'Great Mother' who can inspire us...spirit known as the Goddess, so revered in ancient times and being rediscovered by women today.”
“However, it might be among the earliest science fiction in which worship of the Triple Goddess is reclaiming Earth.”
“I use the word Goddess to underline the fact that the duty is inescapable by simply choosing to become something other than Christian.”
“So: If there's anything done in the name of that male God which you object to, the Goddess is ultimately to blame.”
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