282 thoughts on “24 Free Goddess Gifs”

  1. great images thanks you – just what I need to boost my inner goddess and girl power – I’m on it now! x

  2. Nina, thank you!!! Ohmygosh, so creative, such good animation work, and You Gotta Believe, fabulous!
    I’d like to show that video during a Sunday morning worship service, the day I’ll be doing a #meToo sermon. It would be projecting during two services, 9am and 11am. average Sunday attendance, total, about 180. Do I have your permission??

  3. I don’t know how to get these gifs to work. I just tried posting to an FB page (not through the gif button, but by uploading it as a photo / video), but it didn’t work. FB said “unable to post comment” … any insights here? I’d like to be more gif-fluent! 🙂

  4. I want to learn the name of 4. goddes please. WHO is; this eagle winged and with eagle feet are on the lions, goddes? WHO is she please?

  5. Amazing! Thank you so much for creating them and allowing their use freely.
    Goddess Blessings on You!
    Love and Light,
    Alexis

  6. Facebook censors the 30,000-year-old Venus of Willendorf sculpture as “pornographic” so all the more important to place these animated goddesses into the universe. Thanks you for doing so.

  7. I’d love to think that these godess’s real life inspiration moved just like that! Thanks so much for this.

  8. @ Sermra; I believe the goddess you are asking about is Ishtar also called Astoreth/Ashtorath. She was a pre-Judaic goddess, Near and Middle Eastern deity, for some reason, I’ve also Queen of the Night stuck in my head.

  9. Goddess number 4 is Inanna, Queen of Earth and Heaven, from Ancient Sumer, the land between the Tigris and the Euphrates, where Iraq now lies. This image is popularly known as The Queen of the Night and can be seen in the British Museum. To learn more about Inanna and the extraordinary mythology about her, see the website of the Enheduanna Society, founded to popularise the literature of Ancient Iraq though modern spoken word storytelling in English and Arabic.
    http://www.zipang.org.uk/

  10. I do not know all of them but have 24 days to enquire.

    Thank you so much !
    Merci !

    MMS

  11. The one standing on two lions is Ishtar the Assyrian and Babylonian goddess of fertility, war, love, and sex

  12. Dear Nina
    Thanks a lot for these amazing animations. I got exited from the video you designed with all these dancing goddesses.

  13. Hi, Nina.
    I’m Pat, film director / authoress / researcher.
    I love your work.
    Thank you because it made me laugh blissfully…
    Pat

  14. pitoyable et affligeant. Very sad and angry to see that, it’s vulgar and shows how little you know

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