Origin of Gaea
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As supposedly the smartest carbon based bipeds on the planet, we are using up so many of Gaia's resources.Why I Choose to Be Child-Free: Readers Share Their Stories|Harry Siegel|February 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Yes, that is her voicing narrator Gaia in the popular God of War video game series.
Gaia and Medea are powerful metaphors, as well, for human evolution and development.
The scientist James Lovelock named his influential theory of global interconnectedness the Gaia hypothesis after her.
The Earth, Gaia, became more and more important to the Hellenic mind.
Gaia or Ge (the earth) had temples and altars in almost all the cities of Greece.Pagan & Christian Creeds|Edward Carpenter
Gaia, or Earth, also bore the mountains, and Pontus or the barren Sea.
Gaea or Ge
Word Origin for Gaia
Earth as a goddess, from Greek Gaia, spouse of Uranus, mother of the Titans, personification of gaia "earth," as opposed to heaven, "land," as opposed to sea, "a land, country, soil," a collateral form of ge (Dorian ga) "earth," of unknown origin, perhaps pre-Indo-European. The Roman equivalent goddess of the earth was Tellus (see tellurian), sometimes used in English poetically or rhetorically for "Earth personified" or "the Earth as a planet."
also Gaia (GAY-uh)