Where can one find protection from the wrath of the angry mother goddess? Leda, harrowed by Hera since her belly carried a child of Hera’s husband, Zeus, fled to a totally dark and secret place, untouched by even a single ray of sunlight and inhabited by wolves. She there gave birth to Diana/Artemis, the goddess of the moon, and then, with the help of Artemis, to her twin brother Apollo, the god of clear thought, and the image of the human being as a creature of culture and spirituality. Artemis, the virgin, is the only goddess who is never addressed as ‘mother’. She asked her father Zeus for permission to dress in a short tunic, rather than the long peplum worn by women. She wanted her movements to be less encumbered.