Mythological Girls: Inanna

Inanna was an early Babylonian deity representing love and war, who arose from the city of Uruk in southern Babylonia. She was also later affiliated with the northern Babylonian equivalent Ishtar. As there are differing elements and stories associated with both, it is...

Mythological Girls: Morrigu

The Morrigu, who was also known as the Morrigan, was a Celtic ‘Triple Goddess’. Her name meant a variation of either “phantom queen” or “great queen”. She was known as both an independent deity and as three sisters: Anu the Maiden, Badh the Mother and...

Mythological Girls: Lilith

The story of Lilith appears in a variety of cultures throughout history, mostly as a vampire or demon of some form. The earliest mention of Lilith is in a Sumerian epic poem, dated to about 2000 B.C., though most of our knowledge of Lilith comes primarily from Jewish...

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