Uli is primarily known as a the Hawaiian Goddess of Magic or Sorcery. At the same time she is associated with Knowledge of Healing. She is sometimes related as a wife or sister of the underworld god Manua, or of the upper world god Wakea, and sometimes of the more intellectual god Lono. Her name, Uli, means "any dark color," "to steer," and "omen." Though the 'ulili or tattler bird is her most common kino lau (shape-shift form), she also takes the form of the tropic bird and the plover.
Thea was a Titan, Goddess of Sight, and the shining light of the clear blue sky (aithre). She was also, by extension, the goddess who endowed gold, silver and gems with their brilliance and intrinsic value. Theia married Hyperion, the Titan-god of light, and bore him three bright children--Helios the Sun, Eos the (Rosy-Fingered) Dawn, and Selene the Moon.
Ilazki is the Basque Goddess of the Moon. She is the daughter to Lur, the Goddess of the Earth, and sister of Eguzki, Goddess of the Sun. As the light of the night, Ilazki was believed to give light to the souls of the dead, and graves often had pictures of the moon on them. It was believed to be most favourable to die when the moon was in its first phase, so that the soul of the deceased would grow as the moon did. Ilazki’s name, means “light of the dead."
Goddess Durga, Ma Durga is the embodiment of the divine energy and the creative power. Mother Durga has nine forms/dimensions. Navratra (The nine holy nights) is dedicated to the worship of Her.
Mawu (“MAH-woo”). The goddess of Earth-and-sky, exalted in West African Vodun religion. She is goddess of the moon and and represents the wisdom of age. Mawu can help you age with grace and become an empowered elder. Together, with Lisa her twin flame, they form an androgynous two-in-one deity.