“Nyx was an ancient deity usually envisaged as the very substance of the night–a veil of dark mists drawn across the sky to obscure the light of Aither, the shining blue of the heavens. Her opposite number was Hemera (Day) who scattered the mists of night at dawn. In ancient art Nyx was depicted as a either a winged goddess or charioteer, sometimes crowned with an aureole of dark mists.” – http://www.theoi.com › Greek Gods
Colors: Black and Silver
Symbol: Stars on a black veil
Animals: Bat and Owl
Day of the Week: Monday
Time of Year: Strongest around Yule.
I’ve been walking along side her for the last couple years and I know She’s very busy attending to every one of her children , but I’ve only been able to hear her say my name once while I was in the process of falling asleep. She loves and cares for all her children.