What was the goddess of Seshet like?
She would behave like an old wise man, full of wisdom and knowledge. After all, she is said to invent writing itself.
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Looks wise, I am not sure, only that she is beautiful, tall, and long-legged. She would usually be dressed in some sort of animal's hide (probably a bear's) and bare foot.
She liked winning since she's the goddess of victory.
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The symbol of Hera is the peacock, so put peacock feathers in your hair. Also, wear a fancy stola.
rhea was very sweet and nice but if you got in her way it could get ugly
Look after childbearing women.
You cannot see their divine form, but they can take up any shape they wish. They have no true VISIBLE form.
Diana is not a Greek goddess. She is a Roman goddess. Her Greek counterpart is Artemis. Artemis/Diana likes to hunt with her nymph companions, since she is the goddess of the …Hunt.
In history, Astaroth worshiped by greeks and romans in many forms. Aphrodite, Artemis, Demetra, Athena, Hera and many other not well known entities refered to the same person,… Astaroth. This happened not like worship a different person but in the same way christians believe the triune of their god. As the forms of Astaroth were different, the same happens with the appearance. Aphrodite is a 'hot' blond, Artemis a brunette virgin, Athena a beautiful bronze blond but cold goddess. The only common that have these entities in appearance is the deep blue eyes similar with the blue spots of the peacock.
The Roman goddesses Minerva and Diana were playmates, along with Proserpine, as young goddesses. They all agreed to be virgin goddesses, except Pluto abducted Proserpine. This… similarity between Diana and Minerva may have led to a friendship between them. However, Minerva likes to think things through before acting, as the goddess of wisdom, but Diana likes to jump straight into things, as the goddess of the wild and the hunt. This might have led to the annoyance of the other. Also, there is a debate whether Minerva or Diana was the favorite daughter of Jupiter (most say that it was Minerva), and which one of them was the stronger.
The goddess of the hearth, or hestia, is often depicted as a woman modestly cloaked in a head veil.
atop of isis head was a lunar orb with bull horns around it or just a small throne on her head
she was the goddess of hunters, and forests are where hunters find game.
Diana grew quickly once born to assist her mother Leto with the birth of her brother Apollo.
Eve is characterized as a "chaos" agent because she was the first to disobey the authority of god. Ishtar in her anger threatens vengeance in the form of chaos by overturning …the boundaries between the dead and the living. Then unleashes the bull of heaven which Gilgamesh and Enkidu kill with their swords. Ishtar sends Shamhat to tempt Enkidu who taught him to become man-like from his original innocence and well-being by giving him sexual experience, which makes him god-like, but which sets him on the course that leads inevitably to his death. Eve tempting Adam with the forbidden fruit and the god-like knowledge leading to their expulsion out of the Garden of Eden which leads to mortality because of the lost access to the Tree of Life. Ishtar is the goddess of love and fertility as well as the goddess of war and Eve is seen as the mother of all humanity.