Their result for The Mythological Goddess Test ...

Aphrodite

Indeed, you are 63% erudite, 83% sensual, 50% martial, and 50% saturnine.

Born from the foam of the sea, Aphrodite became the Greek Goddess of Love and Beauty. This is a polite way of saying she was the Goddess of Sex. In the case of Aphrodite, perhaps it would be more accurate to say she was the Goddess of sex, sex, and more sex.

Obviously all this sex couldn't possibly be good 100% of the time, and it wasn't. Aphrodite was as well known for the pain she brought as she was for the pleasures of sexual passion which she personified. The lesson she taught was: "Every pleasure has its price."

The most notorious example of this is when she promised Paris, a Prince of Troy, the love of the world's most beautiful woman, Helen, if only he would judge her the fairest Goddess in a ridiculous contest that developed between Aphrodite, Hera, and Athena. Unable to resist such a lusty bribe, the foolish Prince declared Aphrodite the winner, which irked Hera and Athena to no end. True to her word, Aphrodite allowed Helen to fall under the seductive charms of young Paris.

What happened next most everyone knows - a ten year war that didn't come to an end until a certain wooden horse came on the scene.

In spite of all the pain and misery that Aphrodite brings to those who naively think of love as a simple matter full of sunshine and lollipops, she is still the Goddess of beauty and can be very gentle to those who respect and understand her sensual and complex nature.

The Fifteen Goddesses

These are the 15 categories of this test. If you score above average in …

…all or none of the four variables: Neit. … Erudite: Minerva. … Sensual: Aphrodite. … Martial: Artemis. … Saturnine: Persephone. … Erudite & Sensual: Isis. … Erudite & Martial: Sekhmet. … Erudite & Saturnine: Nemesis. … Sensual & Martial: Hera. … Sensual & Saturnine: Bast. … Martial & Saturnine: Ilamatecuhtli. … Erudite, Sensual & Martial: Maeve. … Erudite, Sensual & Saturnine: Freya. … Erudite, Martial & Saturnine: Sedna. … Sensual, Martial & Saturnine: Macha.

Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)

  • erudite Distribution

    They scored 63% on erudite, higher than 13% of your peers.

  • sensual Distribution

    They scored 83% on sensual, higher than 66% of your peers.

  • martial Distribution

    They scored 50% on martial, higher than 41% of your peers.

  • saturnine Distribution

    They scored 50% on saturnine, higher than 43% of your peers.

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Neit

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Persephone

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Artemis

This Greek Goddess was patron to young girls and provided comfort to women in childbirth. She was known as the Virgin Huntress, and she chose to spend her time among a clan of toughened nymphs ... Read more

Ilamatecuhtli

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Aphrodite

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Bast

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Hera

Hera, Queen of the Gods, patroness of married women, and wife to the prodigiously unfaithful Zeus, was a remarkably faithful wife in contrast to the infidelities of her husband. Over and... Read more

Macha

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Minerva

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Nemesis

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Sekhmet

Sekhmet, whose name literally translated means “The Mighty One” or “The Powerful One”, was the Goddess of divine retribution, justice, vengeance, and war. She was also called such impressiv... Read more

Sedna

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Isis

This Egyptian supreme Goddess is certainly the most influential deity on subsequent cultures. She was the ideal figure of womanhood, usually compared with the Greek Goddess Demeter/b... Read more

Freya

Freya, twin sister of Frey, is a member of the Vanir family, the Norse clan of Fertility Gods. Like her counterparts, Aphrodite, Isis, Venus, and Ishtar/b... Read more

Maeve

Maeve was once thought of as a historical queen but is now considered part of the Celtic mythology. She is usually depicted as either a winged sprite, a beautiful elf, or a human woman d... Read more

Neit

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