Goddess Iusaas  

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IUSAAS is the Egyptian Goddess of the female creative principle. She is the feminine counterpart of the male creative principle personified by the God Atum. One name that Iusaas acquired was the Hand of Atum-when Atum first created the world, he masturbated and formed the first Gods with the semen. The story was later changed to add the feminine role in creation. Iusaas is depicted in human form with a scarab beetle on her head, and also wears the sun disk and horns of Hathor, with whom she was later assimilated. Her name, which means "she comes who is great," is also seen as JUSAS and JUESAES.

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Goddess Gunnlod  

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IN NORSE MYTHOLOGY, "GUNNLOD, "A GIANTRESS, WAS THE GODDESS OF POETRY. SHE WAS THE DAUGHTER OF SUTTUNG, FAMED FAR AND WIDE FOR THE LOVELINESS OF HER VOICE. SHE WAS ABLE TO SING WITH SUCH A POWER AND PASSION SHE MOVED HER LISTENERS TO TEARS.

SUTTUNG KEPT HER CAREFULLY HIDDEN FROM ALL BUT THEIR KINSFOLK FOR HE LOVED HER DEARLY; IT WAS A LOVE THAT WAS TINGED WITH A GREAT SENSE OF POSSESSIVENESS. HENCE, HE CHASED AWAY THOSE WHO CAME TO CALL ON HER IN THE HOPES OF WINNING HER HAND.

SO SUTTUNG SET HIS DAUGHTER TO GUARD THE PRECIOUS MEAD, THE BREW OF WHICH WAS CONTAINED IN THREE CAULDRONS HIDDEN IN THE DEPTHS OF THE EARTH. THIS REPRESENTED THE WOMB OF GUNNLOD. BUT SHE BETRAYED HIM WHEN ODIN SEDUCED HER FOR THREE DAYS AND THREE NIGHTS EVENTUALLY STEALING THE MEAD...HER VIRGINITY.

GUNNLOD'S MEAD, OR WISE BLOOD, CONTAINED THE POWERS OF IMMORTALITY AND MAGICK AND TRANSFORMED ODIN INTO THE SUPREME GOD.

GUNNLOD SAT ME IN THE GOLDEN SEAT,POURED ME PRECIOUS MEAD:ILL REWARD SHE HAD FROM ME FOR THATFOR HER PROUD AND PASSIONATE HEART,HER BROODING FOREBODING SPIRITWHAT I WON FROM HER I HAVE WELL USED:

FOR HER PROUD AND PASSIONATE HEART,HER BROODING FOREBODING SPIRITWHAT I WON FROM HER I HAVE WELL USED:I HAVE WAXED IN WISDOM SINCE I CAME BACK,BRINGING TO ASGARD ODHROERIRTHE SACRED DRAUGHT. I HAVE WAXED IN WISDOM SINCE I CAME BACK,BRINGING TO ASGARD ODHROERIRTHE SACRED DRAUGHT.HARDLY WOULD I HAVE COME HOME ALIVEFROM THE GARTH OF THE GRIM TROLL,HAD GUNNLOD NOT HELPED ME, THE GOOD WOMAN,WHO WRAPPED HER ARMS AROUND ME.IT WOULD SEEM, FROM THIS VERSION OF THE TALE, THAT GUNNLOD HELPED ODIN WILLINGLY, AND THAT HE THOUGHT WELL OF HER IN RETURN.

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Fodla  

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F'odla (also given as F'otla, later F'odhla or F'ola), daughter of Ernmas of the Tuatha D'e Danann, was one of the tutelary goddesses of Ireland. Her husband was Mac Cecht. With her sisters, Banba and 'Eriu, she was part of an important triumvirate of goddesses. When the Milesians arrived from Spain, each of the three sisters asked the bard Amergin that her name be given to the country. 'Eriu ('Eire, and in the dative 'Eirinn', giving English 'Erin') seems to have won the argument, but the poets hold that all three were granted their wish, and thus 'Fodhla' is sometimes used as a literary name for Ireland, as is 'Banba'. This is similar in some ways to the use of the poetic name 'Albion' for Great Britain. In the Tochomlad mac Miledh a hEspain i nErind: no Cath Tailten, F'otla is described as the wife of Mac Cecht, reigning as Queen of Ireland in any year in which Mac Cecht ruled as king. The text goes on to relate that as the Milesians were journeying through Ireland, F'otla met them 'with her swift fairy hosts around her' on Naini Mountain, also called the mountain of Ebliu. A footnote identifies the Naini Mountain of Ebliu as the Slieve Felim mountains in County Limerick. The soil of this region is peaty luvisol. According to Seathr'un C'eitinn she worshipped the M'orr'igan, who is also sometimes named as a daughter of Ernmas. In De Situ Albanie (a late document), the Pictish Chronicle, and the Duan Albanach, Fotla was the name of one of the first Pictish kingdoms. The L'E Fola (CM12), a ship in the Irish Naval Service (now decommissioned), was named after her.

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