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Hindu Gods and there Greek Counterparts

Hindu Gods and there Greek Counterparts - interesting but I thought Hindu gods were facets of the same deity. Plus that's not a pic of Hades, that's Zeus.

This costume reminds me of the Jaffa soldiers of the Goa'uld Anubis on the TV show 'Stargate SG1'.

costume Anubis - Greek name for a jackal-headed god associated with mummification and the afterlife in ancient Egyptian religion. Not sure if there were a character from a franchise for this, though.

Norse mythology - The gifts of the Dwarves

Norse mythology - The gifts of the Dwarves

Propnomicon: Necromancer's Staff

Sander Propworx returns with this wonderfully vile Necromancer& Staff . It& made from cast foam and completely safe for LARP combat.

The Casket of Ancient Winters, An Exhibition in Taipei. (taken from Tumblr)

The Casket of Ancient Winters, An Exhibition in Taipei. (taken from Tumblr)

Slav Mythology (a small part of it)

Slav Mythology (a small part of it)

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Some people think that Christmas is a Christian holiday, but this shows pagan + the non- Christian background to Santa.

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Belsilene, there's some nice reference shots in the 'Art of THOR' - book which could be helpful, page 168.  Found the following pic via google search, unfortunately it's a bit on the small side.

"Casket of the ancient winters" (Thor) We\'re back!

Norse mythology - Ragnarok

Norse mythology - Ragnarok

The frontside of "the Casket of Ancient Winters". I used Photoshop, and traced this, so it's easier to see where the cracks goes. Everyone can use it. The circle thing in the middle is were the freezing energy goes out.

The frontside of "the Casket of Ancient Winters". I used Photoshop, and traced this, so it's easier to see where the cracks goes. The circle thing in the middle is were the freezing energy goes out.