Bendis Thracian Moon Goddess

The Moon Goddesses are important in many cultures around the world. The moon is associated with the Divine Feminine as in many tribal societies the feminine cycles were linked to the phases of the Moon.

Bendis is a Thracian Divinity in whom the moon was worshipped. She was wife of the Sun God Sabazius, and was worshiped with orgiastic rites. She is the ruler of the tides of flux and reflux. The waters of the Great Sea answer unto her, likewise the tides of all the earthly seas, and she rules the nature of woman. It is said that the Moon Goddess created time and measurement. She is usually seen as the protector of women, and she rules Magick and childbirth.

This system includes information about the correspondences, symbols and aspects of Bendis. Her powers include transformation, judgment, natural law, instinct, prophecy, healing, poetry, music, magic, psychic abilities, purification, weather changing, light bringing, death bringer, hunter of souls, action, temperance, maker of time and systems of measurement.

Founder: Elizabeth (Starlightowl) Hibel