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LAIMA SPINNING BALT MAIDEN GODDESS OF FATE, GOOD LUCK AND HAPPINESS  By the Latvian Sculptor Kārlis Zemdega (1936).

LAIMA SPINNING BALT MAIDEN GODDESS OF FATE, GOOD LUCK AND HAPPINESS By the Latvian Sculptor Kārlis Zemdega (1936).

ANCIENT GREEK WOMEN - World Topics | Facts and Details

ANCIENT GREEK WOMEN - World Topics | Facts and Details

symbole of thunder god Perkuns

symbole of thunder god Perkuns

Ancient distaff spinners

Ancient distaff spinners

from the Facebook group http://www.facebook.com/pages/TRAJAR-DO-POVO-EM-PORTUGAL/126752774093987

from the Facebook group http://www.facebook.com/pages/TRAJAR-DO-POVO-EM-PORTUGAL/126752774093987

Latvia  Latvian is an Indo-European language; it and Lithuanian are the only two surviving Baltic languages. Despite foreign rule from the 13th to 20th centuries, the Latvian nation maintained its identity throughout the generations via the language and musical traditions.

Latvia Latvian is an Indo-European language; it and Lithuanian are the only two surviving Baltic languages. Despite foreign rule from the 13th to 20th centuries, the Latvian nation maintained its identity throughout the generations via the language and musical traditions.

The feast of S. John's Day, June 24, called by the Lettish people "Ligo," is one of the merriest Latvian holidays. It is on this occasion that the country people decorate themselves and their houses with garlands of foliage, preferably oak leaves. Old and young participate in this festival, which is a remnant of pagan celebrations in connexion with the ancient nature-worship of the Lettish

The feast of S. John's Day, June 24, called by the Lettish people "Ligo," is one of the merriest Latvian holidays. It is on this occasion that the country people decorate themselves and their houses with garlands of foliage, preferably oak leaves. Old and young participate in this festival, which is a remnant of pagan celebrations in connexion with the ancient nature-worship of the Lettish

Senlatviešu karavīrs, papīrs, grafika, Vidbergs Sīgismunds (1890 - 1970), 20 x 15 cm

Senlatviešu karavīrs, papīrs, grafika, Vidbergs Sīgismunds (1890 - 1970), 20 x 15 cm

Mākslinieks Rihards Zariņš. Litogrāfija ; 100,5 x 69,5 cm. Rīga : Lit. P. Mantnieks, 1934.

Mākslinieks Rihards Zariņš. Litogrāfija ; 100,5 x 69,5 cm. Rīga : Lit. P. Mantnieks, 1934.

Ragutiene is partners with Raugupatis. Ragutiene is the Goddess of beer while Raugupatis is the God of Fermentation. In Lithuanian mythology there was even a third God, Ragutis, the God of Beer. Ragutiene’s consort was Ragutis, god of beer. The three of them together were revered by the pagan Lithuanians, Latvians and even Prussians for the life sustaining gifts of food preservation and intoxication, and celebrated with annual feasts on the Autumnal Equinox.”

Ragutiene is partners with Raugupatis. Ragutiene is the Goddess of beer while Raugupatis is the God of Fermentation. In Lithuanian mythology there was even a third God, Ragutis, the God of Beer. Ragutiene’s consort was Ragutis, god of beer. The three of them together were revered by the pagan Lithuanians, Latvians and even Prussians for the life sustaining gifts of food preservation and intoxication, and celebrated with annual feasts on the Autumnal Equinox.”

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