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Freya, daughter to Njordr and wife to Od, is the Norse Goddess of love, fertility and beauty. She was a very sacred Goddess to the Norse

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Laura Sava, cover artist for Witch Fall and Winter Queen. She's fast, affordable, easy to work with, and her art is beautiful.

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Cerridwen is regarded by many modern Pagans as the Celtic goddess of rebirth, transformation, and inspiration.

déesse godness Artémis Diane Olympe

Diana, my namesake & we both love the Moon. "Artemis (Diana)-goddess of the moon, hunting and protectress of animals; virgin goddess presiding over childbirth and all things feminine"

...an oil painting of Isis, the Goddess of Life and the Elements, standing between Her parents Nut and Geb...

Egyptian Art, Goddess Isis - Child of Earth and Sky by Jonathon Earl Bowser

My spring fairy from Ruth Sanderson's World of Fairies! This lovely book is available directly from the artist. Colored with Polys and Wink of Stella (which you can't really see). @ruth_sanderson #worldoffairies

My spring fairy from Ruth Sanderson's World of Fairies! This lovely book is available directly from the artist. Colored with Polys and Wink of Stella (which you can't really see).

Ruth Sanderson Art

dahliafyodorovna: “ Rusalka In Slavic mythology, a rusalka (plural: rusalki or rusalky) is a female ghost, water nymph, succubus, or mermaid-like demon that dwelt in a waterway.

Brigid, the Pagan Goddess of Ireland, became the revered Catholic Saint Brigid. Brigid was supposedly born in Kildare, meaning “church of the oak.” The two great influences on Irish spirituality are Christianity and Paganism.

Brigid: Celtic Goddess and Catholic Saint

February Brigid, the Pagan Goddess of Ireland, became the revered Catholic Saint Brigid. Brigid was supposedly born in Kildare, meaning “church of the oak.” The two great influences on Irish spirituality are Christianity and Paganism.

This has always been my take on the "Battle of Two Wolves" story.   **A battle of two wolves inside us. Odin's wolves Geri and Freki

A battle of two wolves inside us. Odin's wolves Geri and Freki. Mythology Quote History Yes