Great Goddess

General - A name given to an important. (sometimes supreme) goddess in many cultures. This name is used for such deities as Dorje, Hera, Juno, Mahadevi, Neith, Nerrivik and Sedna. In some South American tribes, the Great Goddess is said to have mated with dogs and produced dog-spirits. Sometimes identified as Great Goddess, Dorje, Dorje, Diamond Sow, Dorje Pahmo, rDo-rje, Buddhist Marichi, Chinese Ju-i, Japanese Nyoi, Hera, Hera, Here, Queen of Heaven, sacred birds, Chera, Gamelia, Karpophonos, Kourotrophos, 'lady', Parthenos, Teleia, Egyptian Mut, Hindu Indrani, Roman Juno, Selene, Juno, Juno, Capritona, Covella, Jugalis, Cinxia, Domiduca, Huga, Iuno, Iterduca, Jugalia, Lucina, Opigina, Pronuba, Sispes, Sororia, Etruscan Uni, Greek Hera, Ilithyia, Mahadevi, Mahadevi, Ambika, Bhadrakali, Canda, Chandi, Devi, Durga, Kali, Mahisha, Mahisha-Mardini, Mahishasuramardini, Parvati, Uma, Neith, Neith, Athena, Mehet-Weret, Mother of the Gods, Nath, Neit, Net, Nit, African, Neit, Net, Tehenut, Greek Athena, Lamia, Nerrivik, Nerrivik, Alaskan Sedna, Sedna, Sedna, Arnaknagsak, Arnakua'gsak, Arnaquagssaq, Arnarkusuagsak, Arnquagssaq, Immap Ukua, Nuliajoq, Nuliajuk, Sea Spirit, Arnaknagas, Arn(a)quagssaq, Arna(r)ku(su)agsak, 'old woman', Sea Spirit, Greenland Nerrivik, Siberian Nuli'rahak, Palace Goddess or Palace Goddess.

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