Waxing Moon & Goddess Artemis
Today is a Waxing Moon today. Did you know it is also associated with the Goddess Artemis?
You could run upon the Goddess Artemis if you go for a walk through the old forests.
Her bow and arrow will be strung or slung across her back, so you'll recognize her. She's a damsel with deer or wild hunting hounds by her side. She is the huntress incarnate, lit by the waxing moon's light.
Her narrative is based on Greek mythology, where she is described as the twin sister of Apollo and the daughter of Leto and Zeus.
She is a popular goddess in these myths, and she is linked to wildness, woods, marshes, and fields, where she is frequently pictured dancing and accompanied by nymph-like ladies.
The Goddess Diana is her Roman counterpart.