Even her dead body produced food.
Childbirth. frog or frog-headed goddess
Man with double-plumed headdress and erect phalus
She encouraged human love, but was of course opposed to rape and the forceful nature of love. Aine was also known as a goddess of fertility in that she had control and command over crops and animals.
Boann had the child not by her husband but through her lover the Dagda. Neither wanted their secret tryst to be known, and used their powers to alter the babies womb time to 1 day instead of the traditional 9 months.
This god also has been associated with rain and thunder.
This deity is associated with the growth of plants and is the consort of the goddesses Ix Kanan. He is also the god of family life.
Mainly as a goddess of chastity
A fiesty no-nonsense Goddess, the Evening Star. Also Goddess of War.
Also charged with bringing the dead to Adlivun, the underworld
From the Queensland Tribes
Daughters of the Djanggawul
As well as the patroness of women
And of the dead who are buried in the earth
The fourth month and thirteenth day of the month are dedicated to him
Particularly concerning agriculture