22 Fire Goddesses
In my quest to understand and process being a fire survivor, it has helped me tremendously to view fire in a variety of contexts. I love learning about different religions and belief systems, so in this post, I give you 22 Fire Goddesses.
They represent 16 different cultures/religions, and a wide variety of types of FIRE. There are destructive fire Goddesses, hearth and kitchen fire Goddesses, sacred fire Goddesses, healing and nourishing fire Goddesses, and even a Goddess who protects against fire. There are also many fire Gods, but I’ll save them for an upcoming post. Please leave a comment to let me know which Fire Goddesses I left any out.
Agnayi –Hindu goddess of fire
Aodh – Celtic Fire Goddess
Arani – Hindu Goddess of Fire
Brigit or Brighid – Irish Goddess worshipped in Celtic polytheism
Caia Caecilia, also called Gaia Caecilia – Roman Goddess of Fire, the Hearth, Healing, and Women
Chantico – Aztec Goddess of fires in the family hearth and volcanoes
Freya- Norse Goddess of fire and the domestic arts
Fuchi,-Japanese Goddess of fire
Ida– Hindu goddess of fire and devotion
Itzpapalotl – Aztec Goddess of Fire and Birds
Li- Chinese Goddess of the nourishing fire
Mahuika – Maori fire Goddess
Nantosuelta – Gaul Goddess of nature, the earth, fire, and fertility
Oya – African Fire, Wind and Thunderbolt Goddess of the Yoruba Tribe
Oynyena Maria – Polish ,”Fiery Mary,” a fire Goddess who assists and counsels the thunder God Piorun
Sekhmet – Egyptian Fire or Sun Goddess
Stata Mater – Roman Goddess who protected against fires
To learn more about all kinds of Goddesses, check out the amazing work of Hrana Janto.