“The Holy Spirit’s themes are communication, mediation, universal law, blessings, change, health, purity and truth. Her symbols are light. In both Gnostic and Hebrew writings, the Holy Spirit is a female force. In New Age vernacular, She is seen as white light energy. The Holy Spirt pours upon people to communicate divine missives, including messages of well-being and blessing. She also mediates on our behalf with other facets of the divine, using order, universal law, and wisdom as a force for positive change.
Shavuot, or The Feast of Weeks, in Jewish tradition centers around the return of Moses from Mount Sinai bearing the Ten Commandments and the promises made by God for a home ‘flowing with milk and honey.’ Consequently, suitable edibles today include dairy products and anything sweetened with honey to internalize divine promises for your life. To know what those promises might be, ask the Holy Spirit to show you: pray and meditate. Visualize a a sparkling white light pouring over you. Write down any insights, images or phrases that come during this time. Don’t be surprised if you get words in a different language. This is glossolalia (tongues) and may reveal secrets about past lives through the languages represented. If you don’t have time for meditation, at least burn a white candle today to honor the Holy Spirit and Her spiritual gifts.”
(Patricia Telesco, “365 Goddess: a daily guide to the magic and inspiration of the goddess”.)
“Among the most ancient Jews and Christians it was understood that the Holy Spirit is female. The earliest gospel, Mark, states that the Holy Spirit descended like a dove. The word for ‘dove’ in Greek is peristera, and it carries the feminine gender. The Hebrew word ruach meaning ‘Spirit’ is also feminine. The Hebrew phrase Ruach Elohim is used throughout the Old Testament for ‘Spirit of God.’ 
This entry is going to be a little different from the others. There was SO MUCH information on the internet to go through that it was impossible (for the purpose of this blog) to sum it up to put together and write an entry. Instead, I included this very informative video explaining how the original biblical languages (Hebrew and Aramaic) described the Holy Spirit as being female and how today’s popular and widely accepted mistranslated versions of the Bible hide and deny the Truth.
As usual, I’ve also included some suggested links (some of which include their own suggested links to aid your own research).
Goddessgift.com, “Sophia, Goddess of Wisdom“.
The Holy Spirit-Shekinah, “Sophia: Lost Goddess of Wisdom“.
The Holy Spirit-Shekinah, “The Holy Spirit: the Christian Goddess“.
Hurtak, J.J. The Pistis Sophia, “The Holy Spirit: The Feminine Aspect of the Godhead“.
The Nazarene Way, “Wisdom of the Goddess“.
Romanoff, Katia. Esoteric Theological Seminary, “Sophia: Goddess of Wisdom & God’s Wife“.
Spiralotus. The Order of the White Moon, “Shekenah“.
Spriritbride.org, “Is There a Christian Goddess?”
Spiritual Adventures, “Sophia, Holy Spirit, Wisdom of God“. (This blog has a huge “Lists of Interest” and “Sites I Recommend”…happy researching!)
Wikipedia, “Sophia (wisdom)“.