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Satet or Satis -- Goddess of the hunt and mistress the star Sirius, worshipped alongside Khnum, the ram-headed god of life in South Egypt.

AstroSpirit / Sagittarius ♐ / Fire / the Archer / Satet or Satis -- Goddess of the hunt and mistress the star Sirius, worshipped alongside Khnum, the ram-headed god of life in South Egypt.

Hippogriffs are very proud creatures, they need to be treated with respect and kindness, if disrespected, they will become hostile

°Hyppogriff ~ A legendary animal, half horse & half griffin. It's father was a griffin & it's mother was a filly. It is often found in ancient Greek art & appeared largely in medieval legends. It is also a symbol of love.

Maori woman with a kiwi feather cloak at her feetStanding portrait of an unidentified Maori woman photographed circa 1900 by Frank J Denton of Wanganui. She wears a white tipped feather in her hair, a full length frock with a brooch at the collar, and a Maori cloak decorated with tassles. At her feet is a kahu kiwi (kiwi feather cloak). She stands in front of a painted backdrop.

Standing portrait of an unidentified Maori woman photographed circa 1900 by Frank J Denton of Wanganui. She wears a white tipped feather in her hai.

Ko is the Patron Goddess of Hunting of the Bushmen of South Africa. She may appear at the pre-hunt dance to share the secrets of where to find game. Her touch gives the hunter perfect coordination and sharp eyes.

գիշերային թռչուն կին Gisherayin T’rrch’un Kin : Julie Maquillage : Valérie Baldacon, audrey Coiffure : Aimée of

If Goddess religion is not to become mindless idiocy, we must win clear of tendency of magic to become supertition. Magic - and among its branches I include psychology as its purpose to describe and change consciousness - is an art. Starhawk - Mother Earth - Art by Pennie Austin

Artwork: by fantasy artist Fred Fields. See more artwork by this featured artist on the fantasy gallery website.

Ulfhednar  An interesting depiction of Norse myth. Such skin-changers are now called Werewulf, or loup garou, In ancient times it was respected as a warrior--not a monster.  Their ferocity in battle was much admired.  Even in the Middle Ages, when such sorcery was condemned as witchcraft, one accused werewolf asserted that, far from consorting with the Devil, he was "God's Dog."  For more on the subject, see chapter 15, Dixie Spirits:  http://www.sourcebooks.com/store/dixie-spirits.html

christoph-liebe: “ The Viking Berserker’s The well known Viking berserker warriors were the most feared off all, believed to used herbal type drugs such as anmirifta to enhance their mood for battle,.

"An Morrígan is a goddess of battle and sovereignty, sometimes appearing in the form of raven or wolf. She is a triple goddess, a fierce aspect of the Great Mother, often serving as a guide to those moving through difficult transition. One who is protected by 'the Morrigan' is certain of victory." ~ www.chaliceofwisdom.com- Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy:

Iran Politics Club: Persian Mythology, Gods & Goddesses, Ancient Iranian Gods 2 - Ahreeman X

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