Eve Akasha

Eve is the symbol of the feminine, the mooness,
the goddess, the night. Akasha is female/male.
Everything is interwoven and is one.
So it suits my nature.


Eve is the English version of Eva.
The name comes from the Hebrew "Chawah" and means
"the life-giver". In Germany, the name was long considered
unchristian in the sense of the Catholic Church. This only
changed with the Reformation.


Akasha comes from India. The name is female & male and means "The big wide sky" or the 5th century element, whereby the spirit/ether is meant.


My preferences and what moves me are touched:

1920s, old trees, ancient cultures, aesthetics, atmosphere, radiance, authenticity, unconditional love, writing letters, castles, the smell of rain, darkness, elves, empathy, angel statues, expressionism, richness of facets, Fantasy, fairies, sensitivity,

flea markets, photography, free spirits, cemeteries, thunderstorms, harmony, herbs, witches, historical buildings, impressionism, intuition, art nouveau, candlelight, old churches, places of power, herbology,  creativity, crystals, art exhibitions, art & culture, poetry, fairy tales, melancholy, medieval markets, moonlight,  museums, mysticism, night walks, nature, fog, collecting old postcards, incense sticks, scented oils, ruins, butterflies, snow, lakes,  summer rain, mirrors, spirituality, city trips, stones,  stars, silence, daydreaming, dancing, teatimes, profound talks,  animals, animal welfare, dreaming, vampires, veganism,  vegetarianism, trust, forests, water, word paintings, tenderness,  drawing, affection.


Clothing style:
Elegant, playful & alternative
I’ll just go after my daily routine. My taste is very versatile.
Ethno clothes from Nepal I find beautiful. I like individual clothes.
Or it may also be nostalgic, a dress in the 1920s style.



Spiritual & Free. Mother Nature.
I love everything that feels harmonious.


Favorite food:

Vegan, vegetarian Since my youth I have been eating
vegan/vegetarian. Unfortunately, ecological products are very
expensive. I prefer them if possible. In my childhood, a lot of
things were grown in the garden and shared with the neighbours.
Own gardens are therefore the best solution.


Favorite animals:
Cat, ravens, crows, owls


Pure essential oils, such as Sandalwood,
Amber, Rose, Vanilla, Lavender, Patchouly



In ancient Egypt, the Ankh was the symbol of life.


Healing Stones:

Moonstone, Mountain Crystal


Music I like to listen to:

I can lose myself endlessly in music. I prefer female voices, classical and piano music to dream about, but also experimental music. Music reflects my mood. Music connects. It can create dramatic, sad or happy moods. I love music. There are too many genres that inspire me.


Poets I love:

  • Else Lasker Schüler
  • Francisca Stoecklin
  • Selma Meerbaum-Eisinger
  • Sylvia Plath
  • Oskar Wilde
  • Hermann Hesse
  • Lisa Baumfeld
  • Karoline von Günderode
  • Sophie Mereau
  • Franz Kafka
  • Edgar Allan Poe
  • Annette von Droste-Hülshoff

 Movies I liked to watch:

  • A Fantastic Woman
  • A Fool There Was (Stummfilm)
  • A Perfect Ending
  • A Room with a View
  • Abbitte
  • Anne with E
  • Bajirao Mastani
  • Bridgerton
  • Bright Star
  • Broken Blossoms (Stummfilm)
  • Camille Claudel
  • Carol
  • Colette
  • Dead Poets Society
  • Desert Flower
  • Egon Schiele
  • Elisa & Marcela
  • Far from the Madding Crowd
  • Finding Neverland
  • Fingersmith
  • Freeheld
  • Girl
  • Girl with a Pearl Earring
  • Harold and Maude
  • Harry Potter
  • Jane Eyre
  • Jenseits des Sichtbaren - Hilma af Klint
  • Kinder des Olymp
  • Little Dorrit
  • Lost and delirious
  • รักเราของใคร (Love Among Us)
  • Mädchen in Uniform
  • Mary Poppins
  • Metropolis
  • Only Lovers Left Alive
  • Onegin
  • Orlando
  • Oscar Wilde
  • Paradies Found - Paul Gauguin
  • Picnic at Hanging Rock
  • Prinzessin Fantaghirò
  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire
  • Raya and the last Dragon
  • Renoir
  • Secret of the Girl School
  • Suffragette
  • The Book Thief
  • The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (Stummfilm)
  • The Queen's Gambit
  • The Danish Girl
  • The Girl King
  • The Paradise
  • The Piano
  • The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister
  • The Sound of Music
  • The Queens Gambit
  • Tell it to the Bees
  • Tipping the Velvet


Books I liked to read:

 I am particularly fond of historical novels and books for young people. Fantasy worlds.

  • Alyce und keine andere - Karen Cushman
  • Am Anfang war Gott eine Göttin - Helmut Uhlig
  • Aschenblüten  - Mary Hooper
  • Ball der Vampire - Charlaine Harris
  • Blau und Grün - Virginia Woolf
  • Carmilla die Vampirin - Sheridan Le Fanu
  • Das Bildnis des Dorian Gray - Oscar Wilde
  • Das verschwundene Mädchen - Genevieve Hill
  • Der Venuspakt - Jeanine Krock
  • Der Zorn der Kobolde - Hilari Bell
  • Die Bibel der Träume - Sylvia Plath
  • Die Glasglocke - Sylvia Plath
  • Die Göttin aus der Paradise Row - Julie Hearn
  • Die Nebel von Avalon - Marion Zimmer Bradley
  • Die Runenmeisterin - Claudia Groß
  • Die Schwester der Zuckermacherin - Mary Hooper
  • Die Sonnwendherrin - Anna Kashina
  • Die Wälder von Albion - Marion Zimmer Bradley
  • Eine Göttin für jeden Tag - Luisa Francia
  • Elfenfeuer - Monika Felten
  • Freyas Töchter - Dagmar Trodler
  • Fuchsfrau - N.M. Browne
  • Hexenkind - Celia Rees
  • Ich Morgan Le Fay - Nancy Springer
  • Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte
  • Leonce und Lena -   Georg Büchner
  • Luisa Francia - Mond - Tanz - Magie
  • Märchen und Erzählungen - Oscar Wilde
  • Orlando - Virginia Woolf
  • Piraten - Celia Rees 
  • Rosalenas Spiegel - Anne Provoost
  • Rosemaries Baby - Ira Levin  
  • Silbersonne - Nancy Springer
  • Sturmhöhe - Charlotte Bronte
  • Tam Lin - Janet McNaughton
  • Todessehnsucht - Nancy Kilpatrick 
  • Unter dem Herbstmond - Victoria Holt
  • Verlorene Spur - Victoria Holt 
  • Wege in die Dunkelheit -   Jeanine Krock
  • Weiblich Ledig Untot - MaryJanice Davidson