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Cimidye is a Tucuna Indian Goddess of the Amazon and She represents the energy of vengeance AND transcendence. There is an incredible amount of transformational energy with Cimidye. She was abandoned by Her cruel husband deep in the forest. A large blue butterfly Spirit Guide came to Her and transformed Her into a dragonfly. Sound familiar? This story is very similar to the Mayan Goddess Ix Chel who has a close association with dragonflies as well! Dragonfly medicine is powerful and…

Ixchel, within the Mayan culture, has often been referred to as a mother Goddess or Mother Earth because of her connections with fertility and procreation. She is also often associated with the moon, earth, war and rain.

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Mama Quilla in Inca mythology and religion, was the third power and goddess of the moon. She was the sister and wife of Inti, daughter of Viracocha and mother of Manco Cápac and Mama Uqllu (Mama Ocllo), mythical founders of the Inca empire and culture. She was the goddess of marriage and the menstrual cycle, and considered a defender of women. She was also important for the Inca calendar.

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Goddess Xmucane

Xmucane – Her themes are time, cycles, creativity and divination. Her symbols are calendars, blue-green items and light. This Mayan Goddess of time created time’s calculation and the calendar along with Her partner Xpiyacoc. She continues watching over all calendar functions and acts as a prophetess because she can see both past and future consecutively. Her folkloric titles include Day’s Grandmother and Maker of the Blue-Green Bowl (likely the sky).

Ixchel (“EE-shell”). Also Ix Chel, “Lady of the Rainbow;” the Mayan goddess of the moon, rain, medicine and midwifery revered throughout the Yucatan, stretching to El Salvador. Ixchel is a triple goddess and as such has three forms. She appears with a hare companion, and helps with fertility. A weaver goddess, she helps with artisans and craftspeople. Mother of the Mayan deities, she helps with birth and protects women in labour. Image by Plumed-Serpent.