I feel like a good representation of Me (Creation) could be to look at some of the other names that may have been applied to Me. I have no words to quite describe the anxiois, cramping, squelching feeling as I type this.
I know that people won't understand and I don't know how to explain. So, I'm just posting information bits that I find could be applied to my person.
Do whatever with it.
"The Goddess Morrigan represented the circle of life, she was associated with both birth and death.
Her name means great queen or phantom queen. It is spelt in several different ways including Morrigu, Morgane, Morrighan and Morgan le Fay in the Arthurian legends.
She is one of the triple Goddesses, her different aspects are represented by Anu (the fertility maiden), Badh (the boiling mother cauldron) and either Macha (the death crone) or Nemain.
Morrigan is also a water Goddess, ruling over rivers and lakes. In one myth she appears as an old washer woman at the ford and offering her love to Cu Chulainne. He failed to recognize Morrigan on this occasion and on several others. Enraged she threated to hinder him in battle, when he is killed as a result of this she appears on his shoulder as a crow."
"Isis is the feminine archetype for creation; she is the goddess of fertility and motherhood. She has gone by many names and played many roles in history and mythology - as goddess and female creator."
(Isis - Crystalinks)
"Thesis (Greek Θέσις Thesis) is a primordial goddess of creation in ancient Greek religion. She is sometimes thought to be the child of Chaos, and emerged withHydros. It is believed that she and her sibling created the world Gaia and the waters that surround her, or either that cooperated with Chaos in the process. She is sometimes identified with Physis."
(Thesis (goddess) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I feel a strong link with these names in particular. Their is one more that I am not sure about yet...or more than that. This is a side project of Mine.
UPDATE: Annnd its now one of those nights that I miss my Father. Yay.
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