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Goddess timeline, ancient world religion, mythology, sacred feminine

Goddess timeline, ancient world religion, mythology, sacred feminine

Mituri, zei, legende si mitologie

Mituri, zei, legende si mitologie

Romanian Myths - Interesting that a woman is turned into stone -- and how women are, above all, objects and property. Any woman who is religious needs to escape. Now!

Romanian Myths

Romanian Myths - Interesting that a woman is turned into stone -- and how women are, above all, objects and property. Any woman who is religious needs to escape. Now!

Gods - Album on Imgur

Gods - Album on Imgur

Zahak- Iranian myth: a prince who, in order to become king, trapped and killed his father. An evil shaman then cursed him by kissing both of his shoulders, in which sprouted two snakes. Zahak had to feed a human brain to each snake every day or the snakes would devour his. It is thought that this represents an urge to commit homicidal acts.

Zahak- Iranian myth: a prince who, in order to become king, trapped and killed his father. An evil shaman then cursed him by kissing both of his shoulders, in which sprouted two snakes. Zahak had to feed a human brain to each snake every day or the snakes would devour his. It is thought that this represents an urge to commit homicidal acts.

Greek Mythology, Icarus

Greek Mythology, Icarus

What Kind of Wings Do You Have? I got 'wings of an angel'. :-) Thank you Cherokee Billy for posting this!! <3<3

What Kind of Wings Do You Have?

What Kind of Wings Do You Have? I got 'wings of an angel'. :-) Thank you Cherokee Billy for posting this!! <3<3

Herne, Lord of the Trees, in His Form of The White Stag In Celtic mythology, Herne is the god of the hunt and protector of the forest.

Herne, Lord of the Trees, in His Form of The White Stag In Celtic mythology, Herne is the god of the hunt and protector of the forest.

In Greek mythology, Thanatos (Greek: Θάνατος, Thánatos, "Death," from θνῄσκω - thnēskō, "to die, be dying") was the daemon personification of death. He was a minor figure in Greek mythology, often referred to but rarely appearing in person. His name is transliterated in Latin as Thanatus, but his equivalent in Roman mythology is Mors or Letus/Letum, and he is sometimes identified erroneously with Orcus (God of the Oath).

In Greek mythology, Thanatos (Greek: Θάνατος, Thánatos, "Death," from θνῄσκω - thnēskō, "to die, be dying") was the daemon personification of death. He was a minor figure in Greek mythology, often referred to but rarely appearing in person. His name is transliterated in Latin as Thanatus, but his equivalent in Roman mythology is Mors or Letus/Letum, and he is sometimes identified erroneously with Orcus (God of the Oath).

Ceto- in Greek myth, she was known as the goddess of dangerous waters and mother of a sea monsters

Ceto- in Greek myth, she was known as the goddess of dangerous waters and mother of a sea monsters

Loki and Sigyn

Loki and Sigyn

Merlin and Arthur by Willian O’Connor

Merlin and Arthur by Willian O’Connor

japanese asian kitsune

japanese asian kitsune

Quetzalcoatl

Quetzalcoatl

Unicorn by ~zeo-x on deviantART

Unicorn by ~zeo-x on deviantART