Luna Goddess - Symbolic of the regenerative, life-giving forces of the cosmos, Luna Goddess represents the Moon as a keeper of wisdom and magical power. Her hands connect above her head creating a halo of sacred knowledge. Using this symbol enhances sacred creativity within the consciousness of the individual, and on a larger scale, helps to maintain a sacred reverence for the darkness that is in the process of giving birth to light.
#moonchild #cancers ~ As the moon reaches her fullest, most creative phase, so do you. As she disappears into the deepest depths of her darkness, so do you. As she prepares to reach for new beginnings in her crescent phase, so do you. Her essence is always with thee, for you carry her beauty, her light, her darkness and her power within your womb. ~Roslyne Sophia Breillat
greek mythology | selene is the goddess of the moon. she is depicted as a woman riding sidesaddle on a horse or driving a chariot drawn by a pair of winged steeds. she is commonly depicted with a crescent moon, often accompanied by stars; sometimes, instead of a crescent, a lunar disc is used. selene’s great love is the shepherd prince endymion. selene is often identified with artemis. both selene & artemis are also associated with hecate, and all 3 are regarded as lunar goddesses.