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"In Norse mythology, a valkyrie (from Old Norse valkyrja "chooser of the slain") is one of a host of female figures who decide which soldiers die in battle and which live. Selecting among half of t...

"In Norse mythology, a valkyrie (from Old Norse valkyrja "chooser of the slain") is one of a host of female figures who decide which soldiers die in battle and which live. Selecting among half of t...

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Or·phic  (ôrfk) adj. 1. Greek Mythology Of or ascribed to Orpheus: the Orphic poems; Orphic mysteries. 2. Of, relating to, or characteristic of the dogmas, mysteries, and philosophical principles set forth in the poems ascribed to Orpheus. 3. Capable of casting a charm or spell; entrancing. 4. often orphic Mystic or occult. [Greek Orphikos, from Orpheus, Orpheus.]

Or·phic (ôrfk) adj. 1. Greek Mythology Of or ascribed to Orpheus: the Orphic poems; Orphic mysteries. 2. Of, relating to, or characteristic of the dogmas, mysteries, and philosophical principles set forth in the poems ascribed to Orpheus. 3. Capable of casting a charm or spell; entrancing. 4. often orphic Mystic or occult. [Greek Orphikos, from Orpheus, Orpheus.]

Here's a Handy Little Guide to the World's Mythical Creatures

Here's a Handy Little Guide to the World's Mythical Creatures

Norse Mythology. Grimni - the Gate Between Worlds:   The masked, hooded figure, is one of many names of the highest Norse god Odin, who goes through the gate between worlds of Norse cosmogony with one of theirs crows.

Norse Mythology. Grimni - the Gate Between Worlds: The masked, hooded figure, is one of many names of the highest Norse god Odin, who goes through the gate between worlds of Norse cosmogony with one of theirs crows.

Hlaðguðr svanhvít (Old Norse "Hlaðguðr swan-white") is a Viking Valkyrie; Chooser of the Slain.

Hlaðguðr svanhvít (Old Norse "Hlaðguðr swan-white") is a Viking Valkyrie; Chooser of the Slain.

Morta is the Crone aspect of the Triple Goddess, she is a Roman Goddess of Death. All crones rule death. She is one of the Parcae, related to the Roman conception of the Fates in Greek mythology, the Moirae. She is responsible for pain and death that occurs in a half wake half sleep (in between). Her father is the God of Darkness and her mother the Goddess of Night.

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Morta is the Crone aspect of the Triple Goddess, she is a Roman Goddess of Death. All crones rule death. She is one of the Parcae, related to the Roman conception of the Fates in Greek mythology, the Moirae. She is responsible for pain and death that occurs in a half wake half sleep (in between). Her father is the God of Darkness and her mother the Goddess of Night.

Angerboda  (Norse) A frost giantess who was mate (or mistress) to the trickster god Loki. She bore three children; Jormungand (the Midgard Serpent), who grew so large he surrounded the earth; Fenrir (the Wolf of Ragnarok) and Hel (the death queen)

Angerboda (Norse) A frost giantess who was mate (or mistress) to the trickster god Loki. She bore three children; Jormungand (the Midgard Serpent), who grew so large he surrounded the earth; Fenrir (the Wolf of Ragnarok) and Hel (the death queen)

David Gaillet - Norse goddess, Hel

David Gaillet - Norse goddess, Hel

Debunking Common Myths About Solar Energy MYTHOLOGY MEME: [1/9] non-greek gods/goddesses SÓL - In Norse and Germanic mythology, Sól (Old Norse for “Sun”) is, as her name suggests, the sun personified. Sól and her brother Máni (“Moon”), are the divine animating forces of the sun and the moon, respectively. When they first emerged as the cosmos was being created, they didn’t know what their powers were or what their role was in the new world. Then the gods met together and created the di...

Debunking Common Myths About Solar Energy MYTHOLOGY MEME: [1/9] non-greek gods/goddesses SÓL - In Norse and Germanic mythology, Sól (Old Norse for “Sun”) is, as her name suggests, the sun personified. Sól and her brother Máni (“Moon”), are the divine animating forces of the sun and the moon, respectively. When they first emerged as the cosmos was being created, they didn’t know what their powers were or what their role was in the new world. Then the gods met together and created the di...

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