LIFESTYLE - 18. Moon Goddess
Moon Goddess | Lifestyle | by NEXTH
In many cultures, the Moon goddess is also associated with love and romance. One famous example of this is the Roman goddess of love, beauty, and fertility, Venus, who was also closely associated with the Moon. The planet Venus, which is named after the goddess, is often called the "Morning Star" or the "Evening Star" because it is visible in the sky at dawn and dusk, and is often associated with the beginning and end of the day.
In Greek mythology, Aphrodite the goddess of love and beauty was also closely associated with the Moon. It was said that she was born from the foam of the sea, and that the Moon was her mother.
In some mythologies, the Moon goddess is also associated with the goddess of hunting, Artemis, in Greek mythology and Diana in Roman mythology. Both of these goddesses are known for their beauty, grace and hunting skills.
Another legend around the Moon goddess is a story of a beautiful goddess who falls in love with a mortal. The most known story is of Greek goddess Selene and the mortal prince Endymion. According to the legend, Selene, the goddess of the Moon, fell in love with the mortal prince Endymion, who was known for his beauty. She asked Zeus to make Endymion sleep forever so she could visit him every night while he slept. In this way, Selene could be with Endymion forever, without fear of losing him to death.
These are just a few examples of the many legends and stories associated with the Moon goddess and her connection to love and romance. The Moon goddess holds a prominent place in many cultures and continues to inspire poetry, art, and storytelling to this day.
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