Let me introduce you to Goddess Diana, the Hunt and the Moon goddess. She is also known as Artemis in Greek mythology and is a prominent figure in Roman and Greek mythology.

Diana is often considered the daughter of Jupiter (Zeus in Greek mythology) and Latona (Leto in Greek), making her the twin sister of Apollo. She was born on the island of Delos, where her mother sought refuge from the jealousy and wrath of Juno (Hera in Greek), Jupiter’s wife. 

As a hunter, she is depicted carrying a bow and arrows, ready to pursue and capture wild animals.

She is also associated with the moon. In Roman mythology, she was often called “Diana Lucifera” (Diana the Light-bringer), and in Greek mythology, she was known as “Phoebe” or “Selene,” representing the moon’s brightness. Her association with the moon linked her to cycles and time, and she was sometimes invoked for matters related to the lunar calendar.

Despite her being a virgin, Goddess Diana is known as a guardian and protector of women and children, particularly during childbirth. She was believed to ensure safe deliveries and protect women during pregnancy.

Goddess Diana’s Message to Humanity

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