Rooted in timeless mythological symbols and their sacred meanings from around the world, Bee Goddess takes its inspiration from “The Great Mother Goddess”; the embodiment of love and compassion, from the first settlement of the world Çatalhöyük, more than 10,000 years ago.
The earliest images of the mother goddess were at Çatalhöyük. A sculpture of the Great Goddess comes across in the enthroned Queen Mother with her leopards as armrest. The leopards bespeak her authority - a woman who, gently through her magical will alone, is in the act of subduing a lion
The Anatolian Mother Goddess wears a Beehive styled tiara. The Beehive inspired motif was popular in earliest society and confirmed the Goddesses exalted status as a Queen Bee who ‘streams with honey’.
The mysterious call of the goddess is for a richer expression of the feminine essence. Connecting to the goddess archetype is spiritual rebirth and pure joy. The feminine principle gives birth to our Spirit. She stirs up the imagination to a mystical quest to discover the deepest mysteries of our essence.