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Perchta - Germanic Goddess

Mother Holle – The Germanic Goddess of Death and Renewal, Weaver of Fate and Fortune

“Arianrhod’s themes are the arts, magic, manifestation and rebirth. Her symbol is a silver wheel (spinning tools i.e. shuttle, yarn). In Welsh tradition, this is the Goddess of the &#8…

Goddess Arianrhod

“Arianrhod’s themes are the arts, magic, manifestation and rebirth. Her symbol is a silver wheel (spinning tools i. In Welsh tradition, this is the Goddess of the &

Aegir and his daughters by Thorskegga

One of my numerous paintings of the Heathen gods and goddesses. This depicts Aegir, the sea giant of the deep oceans and his nine daughters who represen. Aegir and his daughters

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Arianrhod (Celtic) is said to be able to shape shift into a large Owl, and through the great Owl eyes, sees even into the darkness of the human subconscious and soul. The Owl symbolizes death and.

Eir - Goddess of healing    Eir was a goddess of healing in the Norse pantheon. She's sometimes attributed to the Valkyries, as well as being a hand maiden of Freya. A common herb used for healing by the Vikings was Angelica.

Eir - Goddess of healing Eir was a goddess of healing in the Norse pantheon. She's sometimes attributed to the Valkyries, as well as being a hand maiden of Freya. A common herb used for healing by the Vikings was Angelica.

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Sleeping Beauty (La belle au bois dormant) written by Charles Perrault, French (Many other versions are known incl. that of The Brothers Grimm) - Art by Christian Birmingham

Sága – Scandinavian Goddess of History. Sága resides in the Sokkyabek, a large hall located under a river, whose walls flow with mead. A Goddess of tales and myths, She would drink heavily from her walls and transcribe the important events of the day so that none would be forgotten. She is the patroness of seers and writers, and She records the history of the world as well as events to come. Known throughout Norse and Germanic societies, scrolls and mead are sacred to Her. (text from Brandi…

Sága – Scandinavian Goddess of History. Sága resides in the Sokkyabek, a large hall located under a river, whose walls flow with mead. A Goddess of tales and myths, She would drink heavily from her walls and transcribe the important [ Read more…]

Ran was a Scandinavian goddess of fate who dwelt in the fjords and in the ocean. All who drowned were caught in her silver net and drawn down into her underwater realm.

"Ran was a Scandinavian goddess of fate who dwelt in the fjords and in the ocean. All who drowned were caught in her silver net and drawn down into her underwater realm." by Wendy Aridela

Holda - White Lady of Winter

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