Astarte

Apr. 21st, 2013 10:33 am[personal profile] v_e posting in [community profile] belly_dance
Astarte was a Syrian goddess of war (sometimes interchangeable with Anat, the last one we talked about).
this particular goddess, however, is more associated with warhorses and chariots. She is seen with either a crown or a pair of horns as a naked woman riding a horse.

Again, in your dancing think of her strength. Also, this of her if the dance is supposed to come across as aggressive. This is our heritage as women of the world discovering what is divine about the way we move.




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