All Devi worshippers are aware of the three main forms of the goddess - Ma Kali, Ma Lakshmi & Ma Saraswati. They can be considered as triple goddesses that correspond to the male Holy Trinity.
A similar concept of Triple Goddesses exists in neopaganism however it represents the different aspects of goddess as the Maiden (young woman), Matron (married/carrying a child) & Crone (old lady).
Interestingly, while going through the Devi Bhagvatam, I came across a similar concept in relation to Goddess Gayatri. Devi Bhagvatam Chapter 9 Book 12 mentions the following ode to the goddess:
“O Devî Gâyatrî! Obeisance to Thee! Thou art the Great Vidyâ, the Mother of the Vedas, Higher than the Highest; Thou art Vyârhiti represented by the Mantra ‘Om Bhur Bhuvah Svah,’ O Mother! Thou art the state of equilibrium, i.e., the Turîya; Thou art of of the Form of Hrîm; Thou art Svâhâ and Svadhâ; Thou grantest the desires of the Bhaktas. Thou art the Witness of the three states, Jâgrat (waking), Svapna (dreaming) and Susupti (deep sleep). Thou art the Turîya and Sachchidânanda Brahmâ. O Devî! Thou resident in the Solar Orb and appearest as a ruddy girl in the morning, an youthful maiden at noon and a black old woman in the evening. O Devî! Obeisance to Thee!
I wanted to know if there are any other scriptures that refer to the Goddess in these three forms that are based on stages of life rather than their functions/consorts.