In Egyptian mythology, Meretseger, meaning "She Who Loves Silence" was Goddess of Tomb Builders and Protector of Royal Tombs. She exerted great authority during the New Kingdom era over the Theban Necropolis and was considered to be both a dangerous and merciful Goddess. As a Cobra-Goddess She is sometimes associated with Hathor. As a cobra, she spat poison at anyone who tried to vandalise or rob the royal tombs.
One of the famous myths about Apollo is with a past lover named Cassandra. He asked if she would kiss him if he gave her the gift of prophesy, or the ability to see the future. As he kissed her, she saw Apollo helping the Greeks destroy Troy. She spit in his face. To get back at her, he made sure nobody would ever believe her if she tried to tell them the future (Myths).
Hemera was the personification of day and one of the Greek primordial deities. The goddess of the daytime. She was possibly the daughter of Erebus and Nyx (the goddess of night) or Nyx and Chronos. She was the female counterpart of her brother and consort Aether (Light) but neither of them figured actively in myth or cult. Hyginus lists their children as Uranus, Gaia, and Thalassa (the primordial sea goddess), while Hesiod only lists Thalassa as their child.
Brigid: Celtic Goddess- most powerful religious figure in all of Irish history-traditional patroness of healing, poetry and smithcraft-As a solar deity her attributes are light, inspiration and all skills associated with fire--- www.druidry.org