Who’s Your Patron Goddess Based on Your Zodiac Sign

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Libra Goddess: Isis, She who Restores Life

Your Patron Goddess, is a loving mother, the mistress of all Magic and Healings. Isis is the wife of Osiris and mother of Horus. Isis magic was so strong that she even managed to bring her wife back to life in order to make their son, Horus.


Everyone prayed to her. The rich, the poor, the master and the slaves, for Isis is the loving mother of all and she is always ready to hear our pleas. Let’s dive into Isis Zodiac Sign wisdom.

Goddess Isis

She is the perfect wife, the one who is devoted to her marriage and does anything possible to protect her family. Isis is the mistress of Arts but she is also confident and wise. 

  • Libra people call upon Isis to give them the strength and wisdom they need to make the right decision and stick to it. The Divine Mother can balance their emotions and think and bring them peace of mind. She can heal and enchant!
  • Dedicate a necklace or amulet with wings to her and wear it for Magic and Healing. 

Scorpio Goddess: the Morrigan, the Phantom Queen

A warrior goddess that is associated with death and is often represented by a trio of ravens. The Morrígan loves these birds. Finding a Black feather by chance was considered an omen from the Underworld.

The connection with your Patron Goddess and the Crows is obvious which is considered a bird who can see the Realm of the Dead. 

The Morrígan as Battle Crow
The Morrígan as Battle Crow

It is she who decides who shall leave the battlefield alive and who shall be carried away on their shields. Her power is amazing although only few can know its extent and she loves to keep the secrets for herself. 

  • Scorpio people call upon the Morrigan because life and death is truly an endless adventure for you and the more you search the more you discover amazing things and reasons to fight for. Life is an endless battle for Wisdom and you are a divine Warrior born in this world to search for the truth. 
  • Dedicate a crow/raven amulet to the Morrigan and carry it with you to learn the secrets of the world.

Sagittarius Goddess: Athena, the Wise and Brave 

Athena is the Patron Goddess of Sagittarius. She is worshipped as the Goddess of Wisdom. Fair, brave and mighty she stops at nothing until justice is served and good has won the battle. Athena is the Goddess who encourages us to be brave and not focus on our fears no matter how difficult our path is. 

Goddess Athena

Athena’s sacred animal is the Owl, who observes everything, knowing the truth. She will make sure we get the Wisdom we crave if we deserve it. Therefore, we have to be honest and good-hearted. 

  • Athena is called by Sagittarius people because Wisdom is acquired through your daily experience, it is not in books and nobody can transfer it to you. You may find yourself learning a lot from small things, whatever you may find boring and not important can help you acquire wisdom when you look it through a different prism.
  • Dedicate a small owl necklace or a branch of an olive tree to Athena and carry it with you for Wisdom and Protection.

Capricorn Goddess: Freya, Queen of the Valkyries

Freya is the patroness of Witches and both the witches and the form of magic they practiced was named Seidr. Legend has that only females could learn and practice Seidr and the God Odin was dressed (or even changed) to a woman to learn this way of magic.

Seidr is described as a shamanic form of magic and the main practices include spellcasting by chanting, contacting spirits and the dead, divination and seeing in the future. Entering into a trance phase it is said that they transferred the strength of the enemies in their own warriors. Finally, Freya has a deep love and affiliation with the fairies.

While Freya was in the underground kingdom of dwarves, Svartalfaheim, she observed four dwarves to forge a wonderful necklace made of gold and precious jewels,  Brisingamen, the emblem of the stars.  In order to obtain this treasure, Freya asked the dwarves what they want in return. As you may have guessed Freya had to “sleep” with the dwarves in order to obtain this treasure that later she enchanted further with her magic. 

  • Capricorn people call upon Freya as their patron Goddess, to strengthen them further and reach their goals. She will help you evolve and succeed in your endeavors, plus she will help you bring Joy in your tough schedule! 
  • Dedicate a pretty tiny shield to Freya, and carry it with you for protection and might!

Aquarius Goddess: Queen Mab, the Intoxicating One

Queen Mab or Maeve/Maeb is the queen of Connacht in the Ulster Cycle of Irish theology. A powerful Fairy Queen – your Patron Goddess –  who is referred as the ‘intoxicating one’. Medb is strong-willed, ambitious, cunning and promiscuous, and is an archetypal warrior queen. She is believed to be a manifestation of the sovereignty goddess.

 More details 'Queen Meave and the Druid', from Eleanor Hull's The Boys' Cuchulainn (1904)

In ancient and medieval Ireland, the drinking of mead was a key part of a king’s inauguration ceremony. According to tradition, a supernatural woman representing the sovereignty of the land chooses a king by offering him an alcoholic drink, thus bestowing sovereignty upon him. 

  • Aquarius people call upon Fairy Queen Mab in order to bestow them with a fiery cunning will and the Good Luck they need in order to deal with the pain of the mortal world. She will be here, enhancing their charms and making them feel even more unique than usual. 
  • Devote a fairy charm to Queen Mab and wear it to enhance your charms.

Pisces Goddess, Yemaya, the Mother of Waters

Yemaya (Yemoja, Iemanja, Yemana) is known as Mother of the Sea, the lady of Rain, the Creator Mother and she is one of the Seven African Powers, the well-respected Gods of the Yoruban pantheon. Her name (Yey Omo Eja) means “Mother Whose

Children are the Fish” and express her direct association with the sea. Often depicted as a mermaid or a black woman at the seaside wearing a blue-green and white dress, Yemaya is associated with the ocean, saltwater, rain, healing fertility, the Moon, the subconscious, creativity and female mysteries such as menstruation, conception, pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause.

Goddess Yemeya

Yemaya governs the household and she grants protection, safety, love, and healing to all those who ask her aid. Yemaya is a merciful, compassionate spirit who traditionally was invoked by fishermen to bless their nets and provide food to their family.

In addition, the fishermen’s wives often prayed to Yemaya in order to grant her protection and return their husbands safely back home. Finally, Yemaya is the patroness of all Witches and two of her sacred names are Queen of Witches and Mama Watta (Mother of the Waters) which explain why many of her followers built their altars next to the Ocean.

  • Pisces People call upon Yemaya, the patron Goddess, in order to feel safe and powerful. Water is both their element and she is the “Mother Whose Children are the Fish”, she will listen to them with compassion and grant them what they ask from her. 
  • Devote a seashell to Yemaya and carry it with you for healing and good luck. 

So Tell Us, Who’s Your Patron Goddess?

 

 

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