Hel Goddess of the Dead by hooksnfangs.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Commission for She asked me to draw the Norse goddess, Hel. Her body is described to be half in light and darkness. On the light side, her face is a bea. Hel Goddess of the Dead

Hella, Hela, Halja Hel is the Norse Goddess of the dead and underworld, ruler of the Land of Mist.  Her name is thought to mean ‘hidden’, ‘to conceal’, or ‘to cover up’.  To say to “go to Hel…

Hel, Queen of the Underworld

The Protectors of Iceland: Fantasy Paintings Inspired by Icelandic Myths and Music.

Goddess Hel by Taeppesh81

The Northern Goddess Hel. This is a request from a friend, here is your Goddess Hel, I hope you like it!

Persephone, Queen of The Underworld: i am not the story you have been told.

Rosalee Cullen Hale of the Uley Pack, Golden Princess of the Western Court, The Beautiful Snake, The Laughing Bride.

Hel, Norse Goddess of the Underworld by Iquano on DeviantArt

Picture of the Day: A figure from Norse mythology. The Nordic goddess, Hel, the Wolf's Pale Sister and The Tombs Patron (That about the wolf is aimed at. Hel, Norse Goddess of the Underworld

The Almost Complete Greek God Family Tree - Aphrodite is hilarious! How they tied her in!

The Almost Complete Greek God Family Tree

The Greek god family tree. (Not pictured: literally thousands of minor gods, demigods, and folks of a mythological persuasion.


Hel -Norse goddess of death. Notice the baby to symbolize the intimate connection of life and death, two sides of the same coin in the Saturn Death Cult where death is elevated and life is de-valued

Morena, Slavic goddess of death by Hhabasi

fantasyandfolklore: “ Morana is a Slavic goddess associated with seasonal agrarian rites based on the idea of death and rebirth of nature. She is associated with death and winter and often described.

Ambos guerreros de distintas causas pero con la misma flama ardiendo en sus corazones~

"In the beginning, there was Darkness and there was Light. Since then, they have been struggling with the choice of whether to destroy one another or to reach for each other." The Gray Children

Hel: Old Norse, "hidden"

lurnos: “ “ In Norse mythology, Hel is the goddess of death and the afterlife who presides over a realm of the same name, located in Niflheim. She is the youngest child of the trickster god Loki and.