Jörð (Old Norse: Jǫrð [ˈjɔrð]; “earth”) is the personification of earth and a goddess in Norse mythology. She is the mother of the thunder god Thor, and a sexual partner of Odin. Her name is often employed in skaldic poetry and kennings as a poetic term for land or earth.
Wild, naked, her tongue sticking out—an uncomfortable, feral image of force, bursting sheer power. She wears the most gorgeous jewelry—ornate bracelets and necklaces, and some amazing elephant-shaped earrings. There’s blood—that unsettling substance with which women are intimately familiar—everywhere on and around her: It drips from the severed head of a demon that she is holding…
Triple Goddess, Three in One, 3 Faced Goddess [ She has many names and faces 😉 ]The Mother, The Maiden, The Crone.Represented throughout history to fit many different combinations of Goddesses, there is no right or wrong representation of this. There are people who believe there are a few Goddesses that do not need to be paired with others and represent the three in one all by themselves. Whichever you choose or if you choose a path that has one of these Goddesses who alone can be a three in one, that is your choice, your path ❤ There is no right or wrong, yes, I repeated myself, but I really want to drive that point home. Everyone’s path is unique & different, our journey’s are never the same, but will have some tiny glintz of commonality to them. It is up to us as witches of this day and age, to teach & learn from one another. ❤ With this being said, on to talking about the three phases of the Triple Goddess ❤
Lilith, dark, powerful, full of sexuality & strength, is a deity that a lot of women are drawn to when they enter into witchcraft. She is often shrouded in controversy and at times very dark lore.