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disa: Mythology Meme || (8/10) Women of the Norse Pantheon Hail to the Jeweled Lady on Lammas morning whose flesh is her treasure, and worth all the greatest treasure, all that gold can buy. (x)

disa: Mythology Meme || (8/10) Women of the Norse Pantheon Hail to the Jeweled Lady on Lammas morning whose flesh is her treasure, and worth all the greatest treasure, all that gold can buy. (x)

In Norse mythology, Rán is a goddess associated with the sea. According to Snorri Sturluson’s Prose Edda book Skáldskaparmál, in his retelling of the Poetic Edda poem Lokasenna, she is married to Ægir and they have nine daughters together.

In Norse mythology, Rán is a goddess associated with the sea. According to Snorri Sturluson’s Prose Edda book Skáldskaparmál, in his retelling of the Poetic Edda poem Lokasenna, she is married to Ægir and they have nine daughters together.

Yuki-Onne (Japanese.) A Goddess of death who chills into numbness those who will die, making their death peaceful. She cuts the cord at life’s end.

Yuki-Onne (Japanese.) A Goddess of death who chills into numbness those who will die, making their death peaceful. She cuts the cord at life’s end.

Nemesis was the goddess of divine retribution and revenge in Greek mythology. She was born the daughter of Nyx and Erebus, while in some versions she is said to be the daughter of Zeus or Oceanus. She was considered the equivalent of divine retribution and was the personification of equilibrium being dealt out within mortals to ensure that happiness and unhappiness came in equal amounts.

Nemesis was the goddess of divine retribution and revenge in Greek mythology. She was born the daughter of Nyx and Erebus, while in some versions she is said to be the daughter of Zeus or Oceanus. She was considered the equivalent of divine retribution and was the personification of equilibrium being dealt out within mortals to ensure that happiness and unhappiness came in equal amounts.

In Roman mythology, Dea Tacita ("The Silent Goddess") was a chthonic Goddess of the Dead. In later times, she was equated with the Earth Goddess Larunda. In this guise, Dea Tacita was worshipped at a festival called Larentalia on December 23. Goddesses Mutae Tacitae (silent death spirits) were invoked to destroy a hated person. These Silent Goddesses are the personification of terror of obscurity.

In Roman mythology, Dea Tacita ("The Silent Goddess") was a chthonic Goddess of the Dead. In later times, she was equated with the Earth Goddess Larunda. In this guise, Dea Tacita was worshipped at a festival called Larentalia on December 23. Goddesses Mutae Tacitae (silent death spirits) were invoked to destroy a hated person. These Silent Goddesses are the personification of terror of obscurity.

Völuspá is the Norse Goddess of Wisdom and Prophecy. She is the seer or völva who tells Odin the story of how the world was created, and how it would come to its end. She is not named in the poem, and subsequent tellings have given her the name of her work, which means “the völva’s prophecy.”

Völuspá is the Norse Goddess of Wisdom and Prophecy. She is the seer or völva who tells Odin the story of how the world was created, and how it would come to its end. She is not named in the poem, and subsequent tellings have given her the name of her work, which means “the völva’s prophecy.”

hera/juno aesthetic (more here)

hera/juno aesthetic (more here)