Great Goddess

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Great Goddess is the concept of an almighty goddess or mother goddess. Examples include:

  • Great Goddess hypothesis, a postulated fertility goddess supposed to have been worshipped in the Neolithic era
  • Great Goddess, referring to Roman goddess Cybele; also associated with Rhea (mother of the gods) and Gaia (mother of the Titans)
  • Great Goddess, anglicized form of the Latin Magna Dea
  • Great Goddess, anglicized form of the Sanskrit Mahadevi, the Shakti sum of all goddesses
  • Magu (deity), a deity in Chinese and Korean myth
  • Great Goddess of Teotihuacan, an ancient Mesoamerican deity
  • Great Goddess, also known as the Triple Goddess, an important feminine deity of the Neopagan religion of Wicca

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