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Have you ever wondered which of the many Goddesses of the mythologies most resembles your own personality? Do you favour one of those enchanting creatures, and want to see is you are anything like her? ... Is the name of a supreme Goddess missing in your profile?

Whatever the reason, I'm glad you're taking my new test. :3 The results include Goddesses from the Greek, Roman, Norse, Celtic, Egyptian, Aztec and North American mythology. Of course, not every one of the female population can be a Venus – but maybe a Hera. Or a Maeve. Or an Ilamatecuhtli.

At any rate, have fun!
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Isis
Indeed, you are 87% erudite, 83% sensual, 54% martial, and 41% saturnine.
This Egyptian supreme Goddess is certainly the most influential deity on subsequent cultures. She was the ideal figure of womanhood, usually compared with the Greek Goddess Demeter or her Roman version, Ceres.
Isis was one element of a Holy Trinity, the remaining two figures being her brother and husband Osiris and their heroic son Horus. She was the Goddess of Magic for her brilliance, as well as the Goddess of Love because of her tenacious devotion.

She is often shown with wings, curving to caress coffins and sarcophagi of many a king. In certain papyri she is shown with her falcon wing headdress, covering her ears. One of her sacred symbols is the sistrum, a musical instrument that was believed to ward off evil spirits. Isis' sistrum was carved bearing the image of a cat and was representative of the Moon.

Isis was the High Priestess and an omnipotent magician as well as the only being ever to discover the secret name of Ra. She invariably carries the ankh, the symbol for eternal life. Her name is, by the rules of numerology, adding up to the number "2" and she just so happens to be depicted on the tarot card "Key 2 – The High Priestess".

The Fifteen Goddesses

These are the 15 categories of this test. If you score above average in ...

...all or none of the four variables: Neit. ... Erudite: Minerva. ... Sensual: Aphrodite. ... Martial: Artemis. ... Saturnine: Persephone. ... Erudite & Sensual: Isis. ... Erudite & Martial: Sekhmet. ... Erudite & Saturnine: Nemesis. ... Sensual & Martial: Hera. ... Sensual & Saturnine: Bast. ... Martial & Saturnine: Ilamatecuhtli. ... Erudite, Sensual & Martial: Maeve. ... Erudite, Sensual & Saturnine: Freya. ... Erudite, Martial & Saturnine: Sedna. ... Sensual, Martial & Saturnine: Macha.





My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:

You scored higher than 84% on erudite

You scored higher than 54% on sensual

You scored higher than 46% on martial

You scored higher than 21% on saturnine
Isis

Indeed, you are 66% erudite, 66% sensual, 58% martial, and 62% saturnine. This Egyptian supreme Goddess is certainly the most influential deity on subsequent cultures. She was the ideal figure of womanhood, usually compared with the Greek Goddess Demeter or her Roman version, Ceres.

Isis was one element of a Holy Trinity, the remaining two figures being her brother and husband Osiris and their heroic son Horus. She was the Goddess of Magic for her brilliance, as well as the Goddess of Love because of her tenacious devotion.

She is often shown with wings, curving to caress coffins and sarcophagi of many a king. In certain papyri she is shown with her falcon wing headdress, covering her ears. One of her sacred symbols is the sistrum, a musical instrument that was believed to ward off evil spirits. Isis' sistrum was carved bearing the image of a cat and was representative of the Moon.

Isis was the High Priestess and an omnipotent magician as well as the only being ever to discover the secret name of Ra. She invariably carries the ankh, the symbol for eternal life. Her name is, by the rules of numerology, adding up to the number 2 and she just so happens to be depicted on the tarot card The High Priestess.
Aphrodite
Indeed, you are 62% erudite, 70% sensual, 50% martial, and 41% saturnine.

Born from the foam of the sea, Aphrodite became the Greek Goddess of Love and Beauty. This is a polite way of saying she was the Goddess of Sex. In the case of Aphrodite, perhaps it would be more accurate to say she was the Goddess of sex, sex, and more sex.
Obviously all this sex couldn't possibly be good 100% of the time, and it wasn't. Aphrodite was as well known for the pain she brought as she was for the pleasures of sexual passion which she personified. The lesson she taught was: "Every pleasure has its price."

The most notorious example of this is when she promised Paris, a Prince of Troy, the love of the world's most beautiful woman, Helen, if only he would judge her the fairest Goddess in a ridiculous contest that developed between Aphrodite, Hera, and Athena. Unable to resist such a lusty bribe, the foolish Prince declared Aphrodite the winner, which irked Hera and Athena to no end. True to her word, Aphrodite allowed Helen to fall under the seductive charms of young Paris.

What happened next most everyone knows - a ten year war that didn't come to an end until a certain wooden horse came on the scene.

In spite of all the pain and misery that Aphrodite brings to those who naively think of love as a simple matter full of sunshine and lollipops, she is still the Goddess of beauty and can be very gentle to those who respect and understand her sensual and complex nature.

The Fifteen Goddesses

These are the 15 categories of this test. If you score above average in ...

...all or none of the four variables: Neit. ... Erudite: Minerva. ... Sensual: Aphrodite. ... Martial: Artemis. ... Saturnine: Persephone. ... Erudite & Sensual: Isis. ... Erudite & Martial: Sekhmet. ... Erudite & Saturnine: Nemesis. ... Sensual & Martial: Hera. ... Sensual & Saturnine: Bast. ... Martial & Saturnine: Ilamatecuhtli. ... Erudite, Sensual & Martial: Maeve. ... Erudite, Sensual & Saturnine: Freya. ... Erudite, Martial & Saturnine: Sedna. ... Sensual, Martial & Saturnine: Macha.
WOW! Ya'll are not going to believe what I got...



Apparently some of us are on the same wave length...

ISIS
Indeed, you are 70% erudite, 75% sensual, 54% martial, and 41% saturnine.
This Egyptian supreme Goddess is certainly the most influential deity on subsequent cultures. She was the ideal figure of womanhood, usually compared with the Greek Goddess Demeter or her Roman version, Ceres.
Isis was one element of a Holy Trinity, the remaining two figures being her brother and husband Osiris and their heroic son Horus. She was the Goddess of Magic for her brilliance, as well as the Goddess of Love because of her tenacious devotion.

She is often shown with wings, curving to caress coffins and sarcophagi of many a king. In certain papyri she is shown with her falcon wing headdress, covering her ears. One of her sacred symbols is the sistrum, a musical instrument that was believed to ward off evil spirits. Isis' sistrum was carved bearing the image of a cat and was representative of the Moon.

Isis was the High Priestess and an omnipotent magician as well as the only being ever to discover the secret name of Ra. She invariably carries the ankh, the symbol for eternal life. Her name is, by the rules of numerology, adding up to the number "2" and she just so happens to be depicted on the tarot card "Key 2 – The High Priestess".


My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:

You scored higher than 36% on erudite

You scored higher than 57% on sensual

You scored higher than 46% on martial

You scored higher than 21% on saturnine


If you liked my test, send it to your friends!
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Isis
Indeed, you are 79% erudite, 95% sensual, 50% martial, and 41% saturnine.

This Egyptian supreme Goddess is certainly the most influential deity on subsequent cultures. She was the ideal figure of womanhood, usually compared with the Greek Goddess Demeter or her Roman version, Ceres.
Isis was one element of a Holy Trinity, the remaining two figures being her brother and husband Osiris and their heroic son Horus. She was the Goddess of Magic for her brilliance, as well as the Goddess of Love because of her tenacious devotion.

She is often shown with wings, curving to caress coffins and sarcophagi of many a king. In certain papyri she is shown with her falcon wing headdress, covering her ears. One of her sacred symbols is the sistrum, a musical instrument that was believed to ward off evil spirits. Isis' sistrum was carved bearing the image of a cat and was representative of the Moon.

Isis was the High Priestess and an omnipotent magician as well as the only being ever to discover the secret name of Ra. She invariably carries the ankh, the symbol for eternal life. Her name is, by the rules of numerology, adding up to the number "2" and she just so happens to be depicted on the tarot card "Key 2 – The High Priestess".

ps: frenchy... just what i needed after a long day - light respite Smile

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