Allow me to present Goddess Noelani, meaning heavenly Mist, as the representation of the Wetlands Goddess. She embodies the ever-changing nature of Wetland. She is the guardian of the wetland’s cycles, from the seasons of flooding to drought.

Goddess Noelani is known to be a shapeshifter, taking on different forms to guide and test the souls of those who venture into the Wetland. She is a guardian of the creatures that call the Wetland home, and those who respect her and the delicate balance of her realm find prosperity and harmony.

Her presence brings life and fertility to the Wetland. Wherever she treads, flora and fauna flourish. Her touch turns stagnant waters into vibrant ecosystems, and her breath awakens dormant seeds to bloom.

In times of environmental crisis, the deity weeps, her tears falling as cleansing rain, a reminder to humans to honour and protect the sacred Wetland.

She serves as a symbol of the interconnectedness of all life on Earth and the importance of preserving the delicate ecosystems of the Wetland.

Frogs, Toads, Dragonflies and Damselflies are abundant in wetland environments and can represent adaptability and the interconnectedness of various life forms within the ecosystem. Amphibians symbolize transformation and renewal.

Goddess Noelani’s Message to Humanity

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