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Goddess Abundantia is the Roman Goddess of Abundance, Good Fortune and Success. Her name means "plenty" or "overflowing riches." She has also been called "the beautiful maiden of success.

金運アップ風水を学んでお金持ちになろう。 | So-netブログ

最強金運アップ画像!無料でも効くと口コミで話題の15枚!その3: 金運アップ風水を学んでお金持ちになろう。

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Scátthach, the Scottish Warrior Goddess: According to P.Monaghan Scátthach was an Irish Heroine who Lived on Island Made For Her;  Isle of Skye in Scotland. She Taught Warriors but in order to get to her they had to pass the Bridge of the Cliff, an extremely challenging task (that even brought Cúchulann to brink as he performed his salmon leap to gain entry). ~Repinned Via Scáthach

elfself: for-redheads: The Wind from Hastings - Luis Royo I didn& see the the battle lines until I looked up the original picture, awesome.

“We wander behind you,   and all this is for you,    You,   in whose footsteps galaxies turn to ash.”    How beautiful to just hear the pastimes   of You my Sweet Lord   where all anxiety, conflict and confusion of tongues   dissolve in the sweetheart of Anandam

This a great art picture of the Hindu God Brahma and his consort the Goddess Sarasvati. Sarasvati is often pictured with swans, either sitting on top of them or having them around her.

✨ SHRI KRISHNA ✨Artist: MukeshShri Krishna said:“For the soul there is neither birth nor death at any time. He has not come into being, does not come into being, and will not come into being. He is unborn, eternal, ever-existing and primeval. He is not slain when the body is slain.”~Bhagavad Gita 2.20Please listen to “Bhagavad Gita as it is” online: http://gitopanishad.com/

✨ SHRI KRISHNA ✨ Artist: Mukesh Shri Krishna said: “For the soul there is neither birth nor death at any time. He has not come into being, does not come into being, and will not come into being. He is unborn, eternal, ever-existing and primeval.

"Moon Hare Maiden full of hope & dreams” by Ruthie Redden. "Inspired by the Hare, messenger of the Celtic Goddess Eostre bringing Spring, fertility & new life." (Media: Watercolour & enamel)

"Moon Hare Maiden full of hope & dreams” by Ruthie Redden. "Inspired by the Hare, messenger of the Celtic Goddess Eostre bringing Spring, fertility & new life.

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