Hypatia is not and was not a goddess, but I think she should be, here's why:
Hypatia was a great scholar, philosopher, astronomer, and mathematician, who lived in Alexandria, Egypt. She was far beyond her circumstances, a scholar in a world that had few if any female mathematicians or any of the other areas of her education.
She was brutally slandered and brutally murdered. Because of the burning of the libraries of Alexander there is very little information about her. Her contribution is technical knowledge e.g., an improvement on long-division algorithm.
I had a dream and when I woke I remembered this being said, “Hypatia, I can always find you where horses gather and I know there will be trouble.” Because of the dream I had, I connected Hypatia to Pegasus, as a sign of honor.
Pegasus, the winged horse, was born of Poseidon.
It was said, wherever Pegasus kicked, a spring would rise up.
Zeus rewarded Pegasus by placing him in the stars, creating a constellation which can be seen in N/S hemispheres in August. Because of Pegasus's connection to the stars he is now connected to Hypatia.
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