In the meantime: Here is a Christmas goddess for you. I posted it a long time ago, but maybe you missed it.
Getting ready for Santa Claus? Thank Holda. This Teutonic goddess, depicted as a gorgeous blond in a flowing red and white gown, governed many realms. It all depended upon who you asked and where you asked them. She was known variously as goddess of the
Image via Wikipediaweather, goddess of winter, goddess of wealth and prosperity, and the goddess of generosity.
She flew through the night on December 24th, which was known as Mother Night, bringing gifts and happiness to all she encountered. She was especially fond of children and was known to drop down chimneys and bring them presents.
To thank Holda for her generosity, people often left milk and food out for her on her special night of gift giving.
Now doesn't this sound familiar?
Channel this goddess when: Aren't you channeling her already? Or are you one of those smarty pants who's already finished her Christmas shopping. Ho, ho, ho.
For more on Holda, see http://www.beliefnet.com/Faiths/Pagan-and-Earth-Based/2002/12/Riding-With-Holda.aspx?p=3
Need a goddess? Of course you do! Leave me a comment telling me what you need her for and I'll see what I can do.