In this article please explore with me the mythological goddesses Lakshmi, Venus, and Freya.

Each of these goddesses seems to represent the same energy. They are real and yet mythical. Could you meet and interact with Lakshmi, Venus, or Freya?


Indeed it is possible. And yet they are mythical archetypes. I once dreamed of a woman with Amber in her eyes. This is part of the legend of the Norse Goddess Freya.


Do they all represent the same mythical archetypal energy? Yes I think they do. Different cultures relate to this energy through the personifications they make.


I ask myself why do I feel so close to this energy, and yet it seems so far away. We pray and worship these energies yet how do they truly interact with us in our lives?


This page is a temple to the Divine Goddess of Beauty and Love in her various forms and my prayer that she and all she represents in her best forms comes into my life in abundance that I might know her better.


Contemplate on her energy and allow her to speak to you about love in your life, and in so doing heal the world.

presented by:

JoreJj Z. Elprehzleinn

in honor of the great goddesses.






Om Lakshmi Namaha

Image of Hindu Goddess Lakshmi
Goddess of wealth, light, wisdom
Affiliation: Devi
Consort: Vishnu
Mount: Ulooka
Mantra: Om Shukraya Namaha

In Hinduism, Lakshmi or Laxmi ) is the goddess of wealth, light, wisdom and fortune, as well as (secondarily) luck, beauty and fertility. Representations of Lakshmi (or Shri) are found in Jain and Buddhist monuments, in addition to Hindu temples.



Venus is the daughter of Jupiter, and some of her lovers include Mars and Vulcan. She is The Roman goddess of love and beauty.


In Norse mythology, Freya is a goddess of love and fertility, and the most beautiful and propitious of the goddesses. She is the patron goddess of crops and birth, the symbol of sensuality and was called upon in matters of love. She loves music, spring and flowers, and is particularly fond of the elves (fairies). Freya is one of the foremost goddesses of the Vanir.

Goddess of sex, battle, and pleasure, most beautiful and desirable of white-armed women.