Celeste Korsholm <[email protected]>
Some form of the name, Ashtara, has been used since ancient times. It was Ashtoreth to the Hebrews and Astarte to the Phoenicians. These were the powerful goddesses of fertility, a primary concern to primitive societies. Today, the name is familiar to many in connection with the Ashtar Command.
Ashtara represents the moon energy. With her enigmatic smile, she suggest whole new worlds of emotions, ideas, and experiences yet to conquer. She is the creative imagination within each human heart that keeps the mind open and leads to ever greater potentials.