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  • Was early Egypt a Feminine based culture, who was Maat

Egypt a Feminine based culture

17. Maat is your Mama. Both physically and meta-physically represented in ‘Mother Earth’. She is an early ancient cultural deity in the lesser known earlier Egyptian Sumerian times which are greatly misunderstood and misrepresented for a reason. We have uncovered some evidence of the last 1-2000 years which our historians are stating has taken us 12,000 years.

Ma’at concept personified

The Ma’at concept was personified as the goddess of truth and justice. From the earliest eras in Egypt, people considered her as essential for the stability of life. She represented truth, justice, harmony and balance. The opposite of chaos, Ma’at gave order to nature and society. Reaching beyond being simply a goddess, Ma’at became a focus for leadership, philosophy and law.

Female energy misunderstood

So we have many female deities who have represented the earth herself over many many years. The female energy being misunderstood in today’s world is an energy of dark, nurturing and sympathy. The female deity is so well represented because the female power and energy was first on earth before there was man on earth.

Short list female deities:

Here is a short list of some of the deities that have represented man and earth over the millennia;

Gaea/Gaia

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Gaea is not just the earth goddess in Greek mythology, but the actual Earth as well. In Greek myth, she gives birth to the sky and sea, as well as all of the Titans and Giants.

Parvati

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Pele

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Tara

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Yemaya

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White Buffalo Calf Woman

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Freya

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Isis

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Ostara/Oestre

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Gordafarid/Gurdāfarīd

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Durga

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Ishtar

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Banu Goshasp

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Itzpapalotl/Ītzpāpālōtl

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Mami Wata
Atalanta
MA ZU
Basthet
Hel