“Gäa” is a modern song about the Spiritual Mother/Mother Goddess by German singer and songwriter Oonagh.
Gäa is the German spelling of Gaia, who is described as the Mother Goddess of the earth (also known as “Mother Earth”) in Greek mythology.
Similar to many other Spiritual Mother figures around the world,1 Gaia is a representation of the feminine creative force found throughout the universe as well as the Spiritual Mother each person has within as an aspect of their higher Being.2
Here are a few of the lyrics from the song in which Oonagh sings about the mother goddess Gaia and her role in the universe:
She lives in us, in fields and forestsPreserves the world, gives shape to the Earth.Gaia, Gaia, Gaia – Fire and waterGaia, Gaia, Gaia – Air and EarthGaia, Gaia, Gaia – Mother of all things, of all that livesGaia, Gaia, Gaia – Fire and waterGaia, Gaia, Gaia – Air and EarthGaia, Gaia, Gaia – Voice of (all) voices, show us the way
This song has been recently added to the modern music section in our music gallery, and Oonagh’s performance of it can be seen below:
Note: this video is distributed in North America by a different company, so if you are in Canada or the USA, see this video instead:
The English translation of the entire song is available here.
More modern songs related to the Mother Goddess can be found here:
In the Religion of the Sun, the Spiritual Mother plays an essential role as she guides a person along the path of the sun, and has the ability to permanently free a person from their egos. More information about the Mother Goddess can be found in:
Belsebuub and Angela Pritchard, The Path of the Spiritual Sun: Celebrating the Solstices and Equinoxes (Mystical Life Publications, revised second edition, July 2017), 80.