Wednesday, January 7, 2009


I would like to share the Goddesses calendar -paintings by Susan Seddon Boulet
Each month has a new Goddess & a small write up on the bottom who she was. Do to copywrites I will have to make due with what i can dig up on the www

January Goddess is "Rhiannon" The Myth of Rhiannon
The name Rhiannon is derived from Rigantona which means "great queen". She is the Welsh horse Goddess of the Underworld. She is often depicted riding a white horse & has otherworldly birds in her posession; who have the power of inducing profound and mystical trance.

I also found that Rhiannon, was also considered by Celtics to be the goddess of the moon.
Gallic moon goddess was Diana, * Sumerian version of Inanna, Rome she was Luna, Greek -Selene, Hindu-Tara, & Xochhiquetzal-Aztec. See Gods and Goddesses

Another interesting fact is that "Rhiannon" is a name given to an Amor asteroid (Asteroid 16912)
16912 Rhiannon

Rhiannon's asteroid number adds up to 1, a number of leadership and strength, via 19, a number that brings things to an end and is associated mystically with the Moon. (1 + 6 + 9 + 1 + 2 = 19.) Running away is a means by which many women and girls deal with serious problems(as a bad relationship with parents or an abusive partner). 1 + 9 = 10. 10 is a number associated with Persephone, the Greek counterpart of Rhiannon, by Aleister Crowley(in 777).

Rhiannon in Pop Culture It is not surprising that she shows up in music! A unique and extraordinary vocalist, performance artist, composer and master teacher whose musical vision embraces jazz, a cappella, improvisation, world music and storytelling. your source of inspirations and news from violinist & fiddler

"Rhiannon (Will You Ever Win)" is a popular single released by Fleetwood Mac in 1976. The song was the first example of Stevie Nicks' prolific writing, performing and singing within the band.

Todays most noteworthy Goddess: Rihanna

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