"Radha is the goddess of lovers and desperate romantics. The beloved mistress of the youthful god Krishna, Radha's passionate, erotic, drama is one of the world's great myths of love and separation. The Radha energy is present wherever there is passionate love and the wish to merge with the beloved." From "Awakening Shakti" by Sally Kempton
Inana (Sumerian)/Ištar (Akkadian) is among the most important deities and the most important goddess in the Mesopotamian pantheon. She is primarily known as the goddess of sexual love but is equally prominent as the goddess of warfare. In her astral aspect, Inana/Ištar is the planet Venus, the morning and the evening star.
Freya is the goddess of war, love, and fertility. She is the daughter of the sea god Njord, and sister to Frey. She knows many different powerful magics, which she taught to a select group of gods, including Odin.
Inanna was the Queen of the Sumerian Pantheon and Goddess of love, fertility and war. Her other names included Ninanna (Queen of the Sky) and as Ninsinanna she was personification of the planet Venus, linked to the morning and evening star. The Babylonians knew her as Ishtar. Sacred marriage rites were performed at the Sumerian New Year. At the ceremony this Goddess would be invoked to bless the couples with fertility.
Sophia, Goddess of Wisdom and Love. A Dove is her symbol and she is said to be the Protector of the Holy Grail. She is the Keeper of Knowledge, wife and partner of God, Mother of All, creator of Angels.
The Morrigan is a goddess of battle, strife, and fertility. Her name translates as either "Great Queen" or "Phantom Queen," and both epithets are entirely appropriate for her. The Morrigan appears as both a single goddess and a trio of goddesses. The other deities who form the trio are Badb ("Crow"), and either Macha (also connotes "Crow") or Nemain ("Frenzy"). The Morrigan frequently appears in the ornithological guise of a hooded crow. She is one of the Tuatha Dé Danann
greek mythology | selene is the goddess of the moon. she is depicted as a woman riding sidesaddle on a horse or driving a chariot drawn by a pair of winged steeds. she is commonly depicted with a crescent moon, often accompanied by stars; sometimes, instead of a crescent, a lunar disc is used. selene’s great love is the shepherd prince endymion. selene is often identified with artemis. both selene & artemis are also associated with hecate, and all 3 are regarded as lunar goddesses.