Page 2| Which Goddess are you base on your birth month (see photos)

Page 2| Which Goddess are you base on your birth month (see photos)

Virgo – Hestia
Divinity and symbol of the home and the sacred fire, Hestia was the first daughter of Cronos and Rhea and was swallowed by her father at birth like her brothers and sisters. Hestia never left Olympus and never participated in any fight among the gods or men, and Zeus, being grateful for this, granted her the first victim of every public offering since she knew how to protect the peace of his kingdom. Among the characteristics and strengthens that this goddess brings to Virgo, standing up for unity, order, and goodness, as well as equilibrium.

Libra - Themis
The Greek goddess Themis, daughter of Uranus and Gaia was Zeus's first wife, and represented divine justice and permanency and impartiality personified, assuring good relationships among the gods. Just like Libra, one of her main symbols is the scales. Themis is the mother of many gods and divine mythological figures, such as Horae, the Fates, and Prometheus, who she transmitted some of her wisdom to; in fact, she is a cautious figure and knows some essential secrets. Her foresight also helped the Oracle of Delphi for a period of time.

Scorpio – Persephone
For Scorpio women that find themselves asking who their goddess is according to their sign, it is Persephone. Daughter of Zeus and Demeter, the goddess of beauty, worshiped in many cities. Just like her mother, she is the goddess of wealth and later became a member of the infernal divinity, since she ended up marrying Hades. If she is your goddess according to your zodiac sign, you possess an amazing ability to overcome the tests that life puts before you, and you have the gift of empowerment and to transform circumstances.

Sagittarius – Artemis
Daughter of Leto and Zeus, Artemis was born on the island of Delos, before her twin brother Apollo. An excellent hunter, Artemis is one of the three virgin goddesses of Mount Olympus together with Athena and Hestia. She wished to remain a virgin and pure for her entire existence, as a nymph, and punished men that tried to seduce her or that made disrespectful comments. A symbol of independence, the fight for ideals, and fighting the established norms and conventionalism.

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