Which Ancient Goddess Are You?

It's obvious you channel the spirit of an ancient goddess - just look at you! - but which one is it?

LaurenBuzz
Created by LaurenBuzz
On Apr 4, 2016

Which superpower would you love to have?

Do you prefer the night or day?

What is most important to you in life?

What is your worst personality trait?

What natural element are you?

What is your favourite indulgence?

Which word best describes you?

What is your favourite hobby?

Pick your ideal environment

Aphrodite

Aphrodite

You are Aphrodite, the beautiful Goddess of love and fertility. Your strength is drawn from your beauty and assertive nature. Aphrodite was one of the most powerful Greek goddesses of the ancient world and men and gods alike feared her beauty and the power she derived from it. Like her, you are happy at the centre of everyone's attention, comfortable in yourself and fiercely competitive.

Diana

Diana

You are the earthy ancient Roman goddess DIana, the goddess of the hunt, the moon and wild animals. You have a spiritual nature and feel most creative at night. You are single minded and are most powerful when you are working towards a passion or goal. Like Diana, however, you are thought of as inaccessible, sometimes aloof and always strong.

Ma'at

Ma'at

You are the ancient Egyptian goddess, Maat who believes in truth, justice and balance. You will always stand up for what you believe in, no matter the consequences. People always look to you for advice because you are known for your fairness and soundness of judgement.. Maat weighed the hearts of the dead against her feather of truth before they passed onto the afterlife. She represented truth, order, balance and justice in the universe, like her, you are moral and care deeply about justice.

Lakshmi

Lakshmi

You are the Hindu goddess, Lakshmi, the goddess of abundance of material and spiritual wealth. The name Lakshmi is derived from the Sanskrit word “laksya” meaning aim or goal - like her, you enjoy the finer things in life and you are not afraid to work towards them.