In Theosophy, the Earth goddess is called the “Planetary Logos of Earth”. She is sometimes identified as a Triple Goddess, who takes the form of Maiden, Mother, and Crone archetypes. She is described as Mother Earth, Mother Nature, associated with the full Moon, Venus, the Earth, and the Sea. Cult of Saturn and the Star of the Sun
Sometimes called Gaia, Carl Jung suggested that the archetypal mother was a part of the collective unconscious of all humans, and a doorway to the unseen. The Upper Paleolithic Venus figurines have been sometimes explained as depictions of an Earth Goddess and in Norse mythology, Frigg or Freya is described as the wife of the god Odin, and where we get the name for Friday from.
The Kaaba, or the Big Muslim Cube, is a building at the center of Islam’s most important mosque, Great Mosque of Mecca. The Black Stone of Mecca, or Kaaba Stone, is a Muslim relic, which according to Islamic tradition dates back to the time of Adam and Eve, and that the Stone was allegedly found by Abraham and his son Ishmael. More from Robert Sepehr, anthropologist and author.
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