A deity in triple form, known as the triple goddess.
The original holy trinity, her origins are limited beyond the past 4000 years. As much of the information was destroyed.
But it can be traced back to ancient civilizations, such as in ancient Rome that revered the goddess Diana, in Roman religion, Diana was known as Diana Triformis, or a goddess of three aspects: the hunt, the moon, and the underworld. She was also a member of a divine triumvirate alongside Egeris, the water nymph, and Virbius, the woodland god.
Diana is still revered in modern neopagan religions including Roman neopaganism, Stregheria, and Wicca.
Celtic goddess Brighid, rules over three crucial skills within Celtic society: healing, poetry, and smithcraft.
Isis (Mistress of Magick) is a great goddess of the ancient Egyptians. Goddess of birth, life, and death.
Was worshipped throughout the Greco-Roman world. Her temples were finally closed in the 4th century AD
Isis is honored for her role as the mother of Horus, one of Egypt's most powerful gods. She was also the divine mother of every pharaoh of Egypt, and ultimately of Egypt itself. There is a wide belief that this image served as inspiration for the classic Christian portrait of the Madonna and Child.
Hekate, known as the queen of witches, is a goddess in ancient Greek religion and mythology. Goddess of witchcraft, the night, moon, and necromancy 🌙
Originally she was the Goddess of the wild places, childbirth, and the crossroads. These are all in-between spaces that are associated with the spirit world.
Most often shown holding a pair of torches, a key, snakes, or accompanied by dogs.
She represents the crone a wise old woman whose childbearing days are behind.
Other associations with this Archetype include compassion, transformation, healing and bawdiness death, and endings.
Triple goddesses each of which symbolizes the female life cycle and a phase of the Moon, often rule one of the realms of heavens, earth, and the underworld. In various forms of Wicca, her masculine consort is the Horned God.
Aleera De Lune