Mother Earth -
A discussion of Mother Earth is massive and will be difficult to summarize due to volumes of information associated with her.
Mother goddess is a term used to refer to a goddess who represents motherhood, fertility, creation or embodies the bounty of the Earth. When equated with the Earth or the natural world such goddesses are sometimes referred to as Mother Earth or as the Earth Mother.
Many different goddesses have represented motherhood in one way or another, and some have been associated with the birth of humanity as a whole. Others have represented the fertility of the earth.
She is a celestial sacred heavenly body.
It is the third rock from the Sun.
She is revered in many ancient cultures on through to today.
But even though she is held in high regards in many cultures does not mean that it means the same thing to each of those cultures. There are different variations on the viewpoint of Mother Earth depending on a wide variety of factors.
To Native Americans she is a very sacred being. She nurtures us, provides us shelter, food and water. She comforts us and heals us. And provides a place for our bones to rest. So we should always be respectful. We should live our life in balance with her and all our Brothers and Sisters. We are all stewards of our Mother and each of us has the choice to walk in balance.
Right now the Mother Earth is being mistreated. She is being rape mined, deforested, swamps filled in, extinction of species, nuclear accidents and bombs, biological warfare, genetic manipulation, trying to create a mini black hole here on Earth. (And yes, they are trying in Switzerland), etc... and much worse things too.
Our future depends on Humans re-thinking their perspective about the Mother. She doesn't have endless supplies or endless energy. She can only take so much abuse before she unleashes a fury of natural disasters. The balance must be restored
Also, it is important to note that Mother Earth is not the same as Gaia, although she is a Mother Deity.
Gaia ( /ˈɡeɪ.ə/ or /ˈɡaɪ.ə/; from Ancient Greek Γαῖα "land" or "earth;" also Gæa, Gaea, or Gea; Koine Greek: Γῆ) was the primordial Earth-goddess in ancient Greek religion.
Gaia was the great mother of all: the heavenly gods and Titans were descended from her union with Uranus (the sky), the sea-gods from her union with Pontus (the sea), the Giants from her mating with Tartarus (the hell-pit) and mortal creatures were sprung or born from her earthy flesh. The earliest reference to her is Mycenaean Greek Linear B ma-ka (transliterated as ma-ga), "Mother Gaia."
This is not the same concept that Native Americans would accept as how they see and define Mother Earth. For example, Native Americans don't view her as the mother of all. She is seen as the Mother of all life indigenous to the planet. So, this excludes extraterrestrials, other planets etc...
But no matter what culture, we can all agree that Mother earth is sacred and we need her for our very survival no matter the species. It is up to each and every one of us to leave this place in pristine condition for future generations.
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