Mother Nature (sometimes known as Mother Earth) is a common personification of nature that focuses on the life-giving and nurturing aspects of nature by embodying it in the form of the mother. Images of women representing mother earth, and mother nature, are timeless. In prehistoric times, goddesses were worshiped for their association with fertility, fecundity, and agricultural bounty. Priestesses held dominion over aspects of Incan, Algonquian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Slavonic, Germanic, Roman, Greek, Indian, and Iroquoian religions in the millennia prior to the inception of patriarchal religions.
When Earth was pulled from its' orbit by a strong magnetic force, Superman stopped it, by pushing the Earth back into its' natural orbit. But it wasn't an easy task, and as he struggled, he said: "Don't fight me Mother Earth!"
One beautiful summer day, nature was at her best. The birds were singing, the sun was shining, and the clouds lazily drift by. It seemed nothing could disturb such a beautiful day at the chicken farm, until a large red spaceship flies by.