Goddess Oracle Deck

Aida-Wedo
Al-Uzza
Amaterasu
Anat
Aphrodite
Ariadne
Arianrhod
Artemis
Athene
Benzaiten
The Black Virgin
Blodeuwedd
Bride
The Cailleach
Ceres
Cerridwen
Ch'ang O
Chalchiuhtlicue
Coyolxauhqui
Danu
Diana
Erzulie
Faerie
Fatima

Freyja
Gaea
Ganga
Green Tara
Gwenhwyfer
Hathor
Hekate

Hel
Hera
Ho Hsien-Ku
Idun
Inanna
Ishtar
Isis
Jeanne D'Arc
Kali
Kamrusepas
Kelaeno
Kirke
Kore
Kwan Yin
Laverna
Lilith
Macha
The Magdalene
Maman Brijit
Medusa
Melaina

Momoy
Morgana
Nekhbet
Nu Kua
Nut
Nyx
Oshun
Oya
Pele
Pomona
Rhiannon
Sedna
Sekhmet
Selene
Sengen
Sheila-na-gig
Sibyl

Sif
Skuld
Sophia
Sri Lakshmi
Sunna
Tlazolteotl
Uma
Vesta
The Virgin Mary
Vivian
White Tara
Yemaya

 

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Fatima is the daughter of the prophet Mohammed in Islamic legend. She is considered "the purest of women", and She had two sons by Ali who was called Murteza, "the approved"--Hasan who protects the faithful, and Hosein who seeks divine mercy for followers. Shiite Moslems, of Persian origin, revere Ali and His descendants, while other Moslems traditionally trace the succession from the three caliphs, Abu Bekr, Omar, and Othman.

In the Moslem world the Hand of Fatima is a popular women's talisman (from Arabic tilsamen "to make marks like a magician"), and ranges from literal representations of a hand to highly abstracted designs containing a pattern in five units, for Her five fingers. In Morocco the hand-charm, or khamsa protects from the evil eye. The Hand of Fatima is said to protect brides, pregnant women and newborn children, considered especially vulnerable.

Fatima brings healing and compassion, for individuals and nations alike, and help in achieving forgiveness and understanding.

 

 


This design available on journals, mugs, t-shirts, greeting cards, framed prints, and more over at The Cat and Cauldron. Ideas or requests? Email me.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



“I heal through contact.”

 

Goddess Tales

Aida-Wedo
Amaterasu
Aphrodite
Ariadne
Arianrhod
Athene
Blodeuwedd
Bride
Cerridwen
Ch'ang O
Coyolxauhqui
Freyja
Ishtar
Kali
Kirke
Kore
Laverna
Lilith
The Magdalene
Medusa
Pomona
Rhiannon

 

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