Mielikki, Mistress of the Forest. In Finnish mythology, Mielikki is the goddess of forests and the hunt. Wife of the forest god Tapio.

Magical Marvelous Mystical women - Mielikki, Mistress of the Forest. In Finnish mythology, Mielikki is the goddess of forests and the hunt. Wife of the forest god Tapio.

Mielikki is the Finnish goddess of forests and a Huntress of the Moon Legacies. She is a Goddess and free unto her own. Huntresses do not generally marry and the tales that make them wives or consorts are not correct. All Huntress Goddesses are generally more in the class of Amazon, dedicated to Humanity not personal fulfillment.

Mielikki is the Finnish goddess of forests and a Huntress of the Moon Legacies. She is a Goddess and free unto her own.

Reconstructed from archaeological finds. The brooches at each shoulder seem to be Viking tortoise design as is the coin laden necklace, so I'm not sure how accurate this is for the Iron Age

Some light reading for Nell. Kalevala is the folk epic of Finland. Finnish was one of the biggest influences on Tolkien's Elvish. The stories are gorgeous, full of action but not as bloodthirsty as their Norse cousins.

Aino Illustration by Russian artist Mechev MM Now my mind is filled with sorrow, Wanders though the bog and stubble, Wanders weary through the brambles, Roams throughout the dismal forest, Till my.

Finnish Mythology: Louhi is the mistress/goddess of the Underworld (world of…

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