Youth, seeker, original path, researcher of the underworld.
Persephone women are very connected to their inner maiden. They retain a young spirit, they are cheerful and sweet. When they descend to the underworld another aspect of them is manifested. They connect with their vulnerability, with intuition and can have visions or overwhelming experiences and experience a great internal evolution. When a Persephone woman has returned from the underworld and spring arrives she could become, for example, a therapist with a great capacity to help other people navigate in their depths.
Persephone, known as Proserpina or Cora in Roman times, was venerated as a young maiden and queen of the underworld. She was Demeter’s daughter and they were very close. She loved flowers and lived without worries playing with her friends. The myth of Persephone tells that she was kidnapped by Hades, god of the underworld, to be his girlfriend by force. On this trip to the underworld Persephone, she experiences personal growth and becomes queen of the underworld, being a guide for all those who visit her. Six months a year, Persephone returns to earth and spring and summer are produced.