Great Goddess


Great Goddess

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  • Great Mother — The Great Mother refers to the concept of the mother goddess, including:*Great Mother, anglicization of Latin Magna Mater, Roman title of the goddess Cybele *Great Mother of Wisdom, Yum Chenmo, a Tibetan deity of whom Machig Labdrön is considered …   Wikipedia

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