Pallas Athena, Lady Master of Wisdom and Truth, and Warrior Goddess, embodies the principles of creative intelligence, courage, wisdom, politics, success, invention, healing, and prophecy.
In ancient times, she directed the Oracles of Delphi, and was patron of arts and crafts.
Known as Minerva by the Romans, Pallas Athena represents androgyny, the balance and integration of male and female aspects within us all.
Her symbols are the snake, owl and the Sword of Truth, and her twin flame is the Maha Chohan.
She was a muse to St.Germain.