Greek Goddess of Punishment

Y.A.M._Greek mythology (Orpheus and Eurydice)

Omphale, the Barbarian Queen was the Greek Goddess of extreme punishment. Her name was only to be uttered when dealing with those who massacred others, even when extreme measures were taken against them.

Keep in mind they were not actually Gods, but the Ancient people of Greece and Rome referred to those with supernatural abilities as Gods.

Now, she is the Goddess of breaking from faithful servitude. There is nothing wrong with placing faith in the right direction, or a direction that brings you inner peace. Those who feel the need to let go of  faith placed in foolish hands, that seek to manipulate and not adjust people’s mindsets for the better, can call to Omphale for help.


A nice ritual to meditate on to connect with Omphale is to sit outside when winds are high, but manageable, and meditating on connecting with your inner Goddess.

Sit in a lotus position surrounded by Nature and feel yourself going within.

For Spells and bigger Rituals you can use Greek symbols for claiming personal power, healing yourself and contacting your Spirit Guides, if you’re so lucky to find Omphale as one of them, honour her.

Ancient Greek Symbols for Power:

Claiming: ~

Spirit Guide:  ϡ

Healing Yourself: ./

Help Deceased: +

Zeus: ϟ

Emergency: ❊


I made this a little plainer than usual as Omphale is a little more morbid than your usual vengeful biblical god.

Blessed Be

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8 comments

  1. MissEvana · June 2

    And who would I go to for help with family and beauty?

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    • AngelRemedy · June 2

      For family you can call to Hekate. She is known as the Goddess of Sorcery and Dark Arts but does help with hearth and home. A true hearth Goddess is Hestia. For beauty, your typical Goddess Aphrodite, Goddess of Love and Beauty.

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  2. WitchBitch78 · June 2

    I use a SWIRL of emergencies sometimes 🙂 it helps 🙂

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  3. Saphire · June 2

    I received a Saphire Gravatar 😥 too perfect

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    • AngelRemedy · June 2

      Haha, Divine Right at its finest.

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      • Saphire · June 3

        🙂 Goddess ❤ of Everything ❤ 🙂

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  4. Cornelius G. · August 27

    Oh. I never heard about her before. Seems pretty cool.

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