Goddess of fate
In mythology, the goddess of fate is an embodiment of “fate”, “doom” and similar concepts as a female deity. Very often this does not happen in the form of a single deity, but rather through a trinity of goddesses of fate or women of fate .
The goddesses of fate include:
- in Greek mythology
- the Moiren Klotho , Lachesis and Atropos or Moira as embodiment of the (more or less just) destiny assigned to a person. Man can rebel against this fate and thereby becomes a tragic hero.
- Ananke , the fate that doesn't necessarily have to be fair
- Home poor , the inevitable, compelling fate
- Tyche , the blind coincidence
- in Etruscan mythology
- the lasers
- in Roman mythology
- in Germanic mythology the Norns Urd , Verdandi and Skuld
- in Slavic mythology the Zorya .