Coventina  (English) – Goddess of the sacred waters her shrine is … She is the Goddess of fertility, rebirth, wisdom, magick, transformation, beauty, artistic inspiration and … The Irish Goddesses from the Tribe of Mother Earth, known in Gaelic as the Tuatha Dé Danann speak to us from their legends and ancient Rites of Passage. Artemis is the ancient Greek goddess of the hunt, wilderness, wild animals, chastity, and the Moon. Cerridwen   (Irish) – Keeper of the cauldron, goddess of the moon, magic, agriculture, poetry, music, art and science.

These Divine Feminine deities were revered by our Ancestors as they offered sage guidance throughout their lives.

She would eventually be extensively syncretized with the Roman goddess Diana.

Selene, the Greek personification of the moon, and the Roman Diana were also sometimes called "Cynthia". Her name means “chiding love.” Other common spellings of her name include Cerridwen, Caridwen and Keridwen. The Celtic Moon Goddess Rhiannon was born at the first Moon Rise and is known as the Divine Queen of Faeries.