A goddess is defined as a female deity, often linked to traditionally feminine attributes such as fertility, beauty, love, motherhood, and the creative life force. As with many religions, goddess worship can be focused on one singular entity, on multiple goddesses, or even a combination of the two, such as with the Triple Goddess of Wicca in her aspects of Maiden, Mother, and Crone. Goddess figures are frequently depicted as the embodiment of the earth or as ruling over crops and the growing season, drawing parallels between the growth cycles of the land and a woman’s ability to give birth to new life. While such themes are fairly common, there are also many examples of goddesses who are more violent or warlike in their aspect, such as Kali in Hinduism or the Morrigan of the Celts. Thus, goddess worship often fully encompasses the spectrum of human life, from its creation to its destruction. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.