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Goddess Crystals

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Goddess Crystal Meditation

and Rituals

using Sacred Stones

 

Goddesses have a long traditionGoddess Crystals

The minerals of Mother Earth are rich in power and magic. They have a long history of helping us focus our thoughts and prayers. Through their ability to focus and amplify our power of concentration, they have found a valuable place in the practices of meditation and ritual. The use of minerals and crystals in rituals associated with Goddesses and the glory of the Divine Feminine have a long history in many cultures.

The Divine Feminine is an ancient concept found in many of the oldest cultures of the world. From the "Egyptian Book of the Dead" with Isis, Nuit, and other Goddesses to the recent popularity of "The Da Vinci Code", the feminine role has been prominent in legends, religions, and belief systems.

Galen Gillotte's excellent book Sacred Stones Of The Goddess provides us an outstanding guide to rituals and mediations to focus our lives and provide ourselves with the understanding and appreciation of what the Divine Feminine can contribute to our self awareness, self identity, and our self knowledge. The book offers detailed explanations of each of the following Goddesses and provides appropriate rituals and mediations focused on each. The table below is based on partly on Galen's book augmented by further research, particularly at the comprehensive site, The Obsidian's Dictionary of Pantheons.

The list below is an introduction to Goddesses and their crystals, certainly by no means a complete list, but it is a good beginning for anyone interested in understanding how to bring the Divine Feminine power into your life. Scan down the list carefully and determine if any of the goddesses seems to call to you.

Goddess SekhmetWe are in the process of bringing you a fresh look at each of the Goddesses. Jessica Sitarik, at age 14, started this project and researched many of the Goddesses, and written a short description of them. She explained why the Goddess is important, and how the Goddess can help you in your life. As we add to her work, you will see more and more of the Goddess names in the table below become links.

If you feel a bond with any of the Goddesses, then build a small altar - it can be simple or elaborate--to her in an area of your home. Put a candle, some flowers, maybe a figure or picture, and a few appropriate crystals there. The suggested crystals in the list are a starting point. You might feel they are right, or you might not. Find the ones that seem right to you. Keep them clean, and don't use them for other purposes.

Goddess StonesYou will find many crystals suitable for Goddess rituals here at the Crystal Vaults. We also carry Goddess Stones. The crystals offered on this web site are certified as natural and authentic by a Graduate Gemologist. Each of the crystals in the Goddess Gallery is hand selected and suitable for bringing the power of the Goddesses and the Divine Feminine into your life and home. Drop us a note if you need something special or have a question.

There are many good books that can be helpful in in bringing the Divine Feminine and the power of the Goddesses to you. This link to Amazon might help get you started. More reading on Goddesses. In addition, we particularly recommend The Book of Goddesses and Heroines by Patricia Monaghan, which is a very comprehensive encyclopedia of Goddesses; Dictionary of Gods and Goddesses by Michael Jordan, which is also a comprehensive encyclopedia of Goddesses. For understanding of the Triple Goddess, the Moon Goddess, and other common themes in Goddess worship, Goddesses, by Sue Jennings is excellent and well illustrated. The Book of Goddesses by Kris Waldherr is a good book for younger girls to introduce the Goddesses. It has beautiful drawings and easy to read stories. Finally, Gods, Goddesses, and Monsters is a good basic encyclopedia of the Goddesses with some excellent illustrations. Enjoy.

 

Goddess
Description
Sacred Stone
Hindu Mother Goddess
Blue Topaz
Akna
Mayan Goddess of Motherhood
Nabataean Goddess of Fertility and the Sea

Lavender Jade, Silver

Arabian Moon Goddess
Japanese Sun Goddess
Lithuanian Goddess of the Oceans
Roman Goddess of the Winter Solstice
Hindu Goddess of Food
Aphrodite (Venus)
Greek Goddess of Love
Aradia
Tuscany Witch Goddess
Welsh Goddess of Stars
Greek Goddess of the Hunt, and Childbirth
Phoenician Goddess of Fertility, Love and War
Greek Goddess of War
Roman Goddess of the Dawn
One of the three Celtic Goddesses of Sovereignty
Bast (Bastet)
Egyptian Cat Goddess of the Sun's Blessings
Bean Sidhe
Irish Fairy of Mourning
Befana
Italian Goddess of Twelfth Night
Roman Earth Goddess of Fertility
Green Fluorite, Green Agate, Jade
Irish Goddess of Fertility
Green Quartz, Jade
Cardea
Roman Goddess of Doorways and Entry
Ceridwen (Cerridwen)
Welsh Goddess of Inspiration and Knowledge
Sunstone, Moonstone
Aztec Goddess of Lakes and Streams
Chirakan-Ixmucane
Mayan Creator Goddess
Clota:
Goddess of the River Cldye
Coatlicue
Aztec Goddess of Life, Death and Rebirth
Cupra
Etruscan Fertility Goddess
Roman Earth Mother Goddess and Goddess of Spring Break
Cyhiraeth
Welsh Goddess of Streams and Brooks
Dana (Danu)
Celtic River Goddess
Greek Goddess of Abundance
Roman Goddess of the Moon and Protector of Animals
Dione
Phoenician Earth Goddess
Green Quartz, Agate, Jade, Petrified Wood
Greek Goddess of Sea Clouds
One of the three Celtic Goddesses of Sovereignty
Sumerian Goddess of the Underworld
Navajo Fertility Goddess
Celtic Goddess of the Hunt
Roman Goddess of Plant Life
Nordic Goddess of Beauty and Love
Fodla
One of the three Celtic Goddess of Sovereignty
Ancient Japanese Goddess of Fire
Greek Earth Mother
Agate, Quartz, Petrified Wood Smoky Quartz
Gendenwitha
The Morning Star Goddess of the Iroquois
Grian
Irish Sun Fairy Queen
Guan Yin
Buddhist Goddess of Compassion and Mercy
see Kuan Yin below
The Lakota Moon Spirit
Egyptian Goddess of Fertility and Joy
Thracian Goddess of Wisdom
Greek Queen of Gods
Greek Goddess of Home
Hine-Nui-Te-Po
Maori Goddess of Fire and Death
Greenstone (Pounamu), Basalt, and Obsidian
Chinese Immortal Woman
Muscovite, Mother of Pearl, Mica
Sumarian Goddess of the Underworld.
Egyptian Goddess of Life
Aztec Butterfly Goddess
Mayan Goddess of Childbirth
Ixcuiname
Mayan Goddess of the Four Ages of Women
Quartz cluster
Jana
Roman Goddess of Secret and Hidden Things
Lithuanian Goddess of the Sea
Juterna
Roman Goddess of the Brooks and Ponds
Chinese Goddess of Mercy
Kundalini
Hindu Life Force
Kupala
Slavonic Water Goddess
Hindu Goddess of Fortune
Peridot, Pearl
Latona
Roman Goddess of Light
Egyptian Goddess of Justice
Madame Pele
Hawaiian Goddess of Creation
Lava, Obsidian
Maha-Sarasvati
Hindu Goddess of Knowledge, Music, and the Arts
Pearl
Manat (aspect of Allat)
Arabian Goddess of Waning Moon, Time, Destiny, and Death

Black Tourmaline, Jet

Etruscan Goddess of Wisdom
Violet Fluorite, Purple Agate
Nehalennia
Gaulish Goddess of Sea Travelers
Coral, Amber
Nerthus
Norse/Germanic Earth Goddess of Fertility
Blue Lace Agate
Summerian Knowledge Goddess
Egyptian Goddess of Heaven and Sky
Greek Goddess of the Night
Oshun
African Goddess of Love, Intimacy, Beauty, and Diplomacy
Roman Goddess of Peace
Polynesian Goddess of Fire
Lava, Obsidian
Greek Goddess of Spring
Crystals of Green and Gold
Q're (aspect of Allat)
Nabataean Goddess of Crescent Moon and Maidens
Silver, Stibnite, Stilbite
Egyptian Goddess of War
Greek Goddess of the Moon
Goddess of Wisdom
Crystals of Violet, Turquoise, and Indigo
Babylonian Mother Goddess
Amazonite, Beryl
Tara
Buddist "Saviouress" Goddess
The Greek Fates
Roman Goddess of Justice
Turan
Etruscan Goddess of Love and Beauty
Hindu Goddess of the Spoken Word
Venus (see Aphrodite)
Roman name for Goddess of Love
Roman Goddess of Fire and the Hearth
Lakota Sioux Goddess
African Goddess of the Ocean