THE WORLD GODDESS DAY PROJECT emerged in 2014 to unite the Mother Goddess’ worshipers world wide through their many expressions and manifestations and held more then 50 events around the World. In 2015, the celebration of the Wolrd Goddess Day will be still bigger.The purpose of the Project is grant to the Goddess one day of visibility to share Her many myths, stories and worship diversity, so everyone will remember or will know that the first religion of humanity was the Worship of the Goddess.

For many historical reasons the names of the Goddess and her myths have been forgotten and were relegated to mere folkloric curiosity in the Western world by many. The force and power of Her names were lost. Ancient temples are in ruins, ancient chants and invocations are not recited anymore. The many myths of the divine Goddess were set aside and now are part of the fairy tales, losing its sacredness and becoming mere stories only seen by a psychological prism or as sillys legend of ancient people.


John William Waterhouse – Ophelia
Nowdays, the Goddess is reentering into our modern life and bringing back all Her vitality, power, wisdom and healing through the many Pagan traditions that are revitalising her worship.

John William Waterhouse – Undine
 She returns for several reasons. The Goddess is calling all who feel dissatisfied; she calls out all who have found in Western religions just political institutions focused only on a male dominant figure; She also calls for all who feel dissatisfied with the patriarchal religion inherited from their ancestors who have only contributed to sicken the world with their distorted and corrupted values.

Nowdays, in a staggered society imaired by centuries of patriarchy, heteronormativity and sexism, the Goddess is considered by many people the only way to reunite ouselves with the true Self, with our most inner Self. She is the only way to get rid of so many years of oppression that only brought differences, prejudices and wars. These centuries of patriarchal oppression were crucial to our society become what it is today: a lost generation.
So a World Goddess Day has never been such necessary as now!
The World Goddess Day this year onwards are foing to be celebrated always on the first Sunday of September. The date was chosen because September is the ninth month of the year and the number nine is one of the most sacred to the Goddess par excellence.

 In 2015, this important date will be celebrated on SEPTEMBER 6th. 

Pagans world wide are going to be conducting activities in groups or solitarily in honor to the Goddess.

 Celebrate this day reuniting friends and loved ones and other Pagans to celebrate that occasion to make a choir with this worldwide celebration in honor to the Great Mother of Life.Below you can read some ideas about what you can do to celebrate the Goddess Day:
* Organise a meet in a park with other Goddess worshipers, sing and celebrate the Earth

* Participate in meditations to heal the Planet

* Organise a public ritual in honor of the Goddess

* Provide a short talk in your home or space for people to know Goddess origins of Goddess and the importance of Her rebirth

* Organise a spiral dance in parks and beaches, explaining to people about the meaning of this activity to honor the Goddess

* Make wind chimes with icons of the Goddess like Triskle, Triquerta, Triluna (Triple Moon), Crescent Moon and give them to your family and friends.  

* Share flowers with your neighborhood, friends, loved ones or strangers as a gift and a blessing from the Goddess

* Along with other volunteers apply GODDESS HEALING or offer GODDESS BLESSING On hospitals, nursing homes or in your local community

In the stormy east-wind straining,

The pale yellow woods were waning,

The broad stream in his banks complaining,

Heavily the low sky raining 
Over tower’d Camelot;

Outside the isle a shallow boat

Beneath a willow lay afloat,

Below the carven stern she wrote,

The Lady of Shalott.

A cloud white crown of pearl she dight,

All raimented in snowy white

That loosely flew (her zone in sight

Clasp’d with one blinding diamond bright)

Her wide eyes fix’d on Camelot,

Though the squally east-wind keenly

Blew, with folded arms serenely

By the water stood the queenly

Lady of Shalott. 


 “The Lady of Shalott” by John William Waterhouse 

“The Lady of Shalott” by Alfred, Lord Tennyson. 

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