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Goddess of Fertility Day

Fertility Symbol

When is Goddess of Fertility Day? This holiday is always celebrated on March 18

Goddess of Fertility Day is today, a March 18 holiday. It celebrates Venus, Aphrodite, and other gods and goddesses of fertility. In ancient times, most cultures had multiple immortal deities. Each one represented various aspects of life. The ancient Greek goddess Venus was by far the most well-known goddess of fertility. People would pray and make offerings to her when seeking to create a family.

If you are looking to procreate, today might be a perfect time. However, if you are looking to avoid the unexpected pitter-patter of little feet, one might suggest today is a day of abstinence.

Who is the Goddess of Fertility?

Who is the mythical Goddess of Fertility, you ask? Actually, the answer to this question depends upon your Ancient cultural roots. There are over a dozen. Here are some of them:

  • Venus is the Roman goddess of fertility, beauty, love, and sex. She is the best-known.
  • Adi Parashakti was the immortal of fertility in ancient Indian culture.
  • Anahit, the Armenian immortal of fertility, pregnancy, and motherhood.
  • Aphrodite is the Greek goddess of beauty, love, lust, passion, pleasure, and procreation (fertility).
  • Atahensic is the goddess of pregnancy and motherhood in Iroquois mythology.
  • Chimalma, an Aztec goddess of feminine health.
  • Demeter (Ceres) is the goddess of fertility of the earth, harvest, and agriculture.
  • Freyr is the Norse god of fertility.
  • Frigg is the Norse goddess of love and fertility. 
  • Hathor – the earliest Egyptian goddess of fertility,
  • Isis is the Egyptian goddess of fertility, magic, death, healing, and rebirth.
  • Jiutian Xuannü is the Chinese deity protecting childbirth.
  • Leto, one of the brides of Zeus.
  • Oshun is the immortal representing fertility in the ancient Yoruba religion in Africa.
  • Xochiquetzal, the Aztec goddess of pregnancy and sexuality.

How to Celebrate Goddess of Fertility Day

  • Learn more about ancient deities.
  • Choose the deity that represents the culture of your roots. Learn more about her.

Today's Quote

“We are all mortal until the first kiss, and the second glass of wine.” – – Eduardo Galeano

History and Origin of Goddess of Fertility Day

Deities from ancient societies were worshipped thousands of years ago. The creation of this holiday is much more recent. Our research has not yet identified the creator of this day, why it was created, or when. Our search continues.

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