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The Goddess was the mother of all creation and ex-wife of God.


God and Goddess created the Big Bang together, and later the Angels and Heaven. God also created the Humans, wich caused Goddess to become distant, and after Lucifer Morningstar was banished to Hell by God, her hate for humans grew even more.

The Goddess so caused plagues and floods on Earth, so God imprisoned her in Hell, where she was tortured by Mazikeen of the Lilim. After Lucifer abandoned Hell, Goddess used her limited strength to escape Hell and come to Earth, seeking revenge against God for her imprisonment.

In Earth

On Earth, she possessed each corpse she found, until she found the lawyer Charlotte Richards, who was stabbed in the back by Liam Pickering while investigating a high-prolife case. Her son Lucifer Morningstar agreed to let her stay on Earth as her new punishment, which caught the attention of Uriel, who did not think Lucifer was honoring his agreement to keep Chloe Decker alive.[1]

Charlotte became increasingly angry with Lucifer's love of Earth, and wished to return to Heaven with her sons. She tried blowing up Lucifer's night club Lux, but couldn't with so many people inside of it. Later, she slept with Dan Espinoza, and targeted Lucifer's close friend and partner Chloe, planting a bomb underneath her car.[2]

The Void

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Goddess goes to the Void.

After being stabbed, Charlotte's body began to crack and not to stand her divine essence. After attacking her children and Dr. Linda Martin, Lucifer found her and used Azrael's Flaming Sword to create The Void, a new universe where she could rule.[3] Then she left and created several creatures in her universe, like Centaurs.

Years later, the Goddess returns after Lucifer makes Gabriel send her a message about God's retirement. God and the Goddess then meet and reconcile, deciding to withdraw to their universe together, although they can no longer return to Earth.[4]




  • This character or object is an adaptation of the Abrahamic Goddess, a character or object in traditional stories. These include, but may not be limited to religious texts, myth, and/or folk lore. More information on the original can be found at Wikipedia.org.
  • Charlotte Richards was portrayed by Tricia Helfer.