There was a Goddess celebrated in the Old World (Europe and Middle East) called Cybele (it is pronounced “KIB-i-lah”) who was known to Greeks and Romans as the Mother of the Gods, Mistress of Animals, the Great Mother, and the Savior who Hears our Prayers. Greeks and Romans are late civilizations compare to others, and Cybele existed and was praised before they know of her existence. The most ancient tracks of Cybele date from 6,000 BCE, that means 8,000 years ago, and statuettes have been excavated in actual Turkey (inhabited at that time by the Anatolians). Many talisman representing her are found as she was the Divine Feminine, the attributes of Mother, Protector, Nourisher, and Domesticator, her presence being considered as to give luck to people.
Greeks and Roman gave her the name of Attis (or Atys), and temples dedicated to her are found everywhere in Mediterranean Europe, the most famous and well preserved being in Ostia, the harbour of Ancient Rome city. Attis' ceremonies and celebrations were officiated by a priesthood of male-to-female - transwomen, which was well-established, evidenced by the dismay expressed by some Greek writers over the 'effeminate' appearance of Her priests, all of them being male-born who underwent castration, as did Attis, and were living as women to serve the Great Mother. Attis is said to have done self-mutilation through castration, then died and resurrected - yes, Attis was 'reborn' as a woman.
When French Sculptor Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi designed the Statue of Liberty, supposedly based on Roman Goddess Libertas, he actually chose the Goddess Attis to represent her with her Sun Head illuminating the World. Officially, it is representing the goddess Libertas, but as a fact, and any specialist of Roman or Greeks would confirm it, the most famous symbol of America is represented by the TransWoman Goddess Attis. #TransArtForAll #tgirlspower #transwoman #girlslikeus #transgirl #tgirl #mtf #justbeyourself