Cybele is the Anatolian Mother Goddess. She
represents the Earth in its primitive and power state.
Cybele was originally worshiped on mountain tops as a
Greek mythology she was honoured (in Lycea and elsewhere) as Artemis
(peace and honour are upon her).
Romans adopted Cybele in 205 BC. They added a woman's body and honoured her as
Great Mother of the Gods
(Magma Mater Deum Idea).
She became one of the leading deities in Rome and was
addressed as a Virgin (one unto herself).
Cybele is worshipped by Anatolians and Romans on March 15 as beginning of the spring festivals