Goddess of the hearth
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The Goddess Hestia is the uniquely sound-of-mind, passive voice of reason in the Greek pantheon. Hestia is the sole attendant to the celestial hearth of the gods. She is also regarded as the “Chief of the Goddesses.” She was not a central figure in many famous myths. However, Hestia’s undeniable influence on ancient Greco-Roman society established her as a champion in her day and time. As the goddess of the hearth, she personified the fire burning in the hearth of every home in Greece. The…
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When it comes to the gods and goddesses of Greek mythology, everyone is sleeping with everyone. Almost. Three goddesses remain untouched—these are the virgin goddesses. But what does virginity really mean? Sovereignty. It means knowing who you really are and being so full within that all of your bei
Goddess of the hearth and home.
Krithika saved to Percy Jackson Wallpapers
Boguslavsky's Cigarettes "Mythological Gods & Goddesses" (series of 25 issued in 1924) #15 Vesta ~ Roman Goddess of Hearth, Home and Family
Hestia was known as the meditative one in Greek mythology, who helped make a home calm and centered. Her magic was passed from home to home with the torch's fire, so Hestia's warmth could grace a new family.
Jean Bakula saved to Archetypes in Mythology
Issued by William S. Kimball & Company | Vesta, Goddess of the Hearth, from the Goddesses of the Greeks and Romans series (N188) issued by Wm. S. Kimball & Co. | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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