Demeter was a generous Greek goddess. She was beloved for her service to mankind in giving them the gift of the harvest, the reward for cultivation of the soil. She was the only one of the Greek goddesses who was involved on a daily basis in the lives of the common folk. While others occasionally "dabbled" in human affairs when it suited their personal interests, or came to the aid of "special" mortals they favored, Demeter was truly the nurturer of mankind.
✯ Flidais: She is the Celtic (Irish) Goddess of the Woodlands and wild things. Her name itself means “doe, and she rides a chariot drawn by deer. Flidais owns herds of deer and cattle, and is equated with the Greek Pantheon’s Artemis. Flidais is said to have a coracious sexual appetite. Her daughers were Fand, Be Chuille and Be Teite. 2 were considered Witches, and one was a Faery Queen. All of them were said to have sexual proclivities like their mother. ✯