Kalevala

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Kuu is a Moon goddess in Finnish mythology. According to the Kalevala, the…

Kuu is a Moon goddess in Finnish mythology. According to the Kalevala, the…

Tuonetar- in Finnish mythology it was said the Queen of the underworld rode the white stag. Tuonetar is recognized as the Virgin of Death and the goddess of the subterranean worlds.

Tuonetar- in Finnish mythology it was said the Queen of the underworld rode the white stag. Tuonetar is recognized as the Virgin of Death and the goddess of the subterranean worlds.

Bear and bear´s nest symbol in sámi art

Bear and bear´s nest symbol in sámi art

Shaman´s drum symbols in Scandinavia

Shaman´s drum symbols in Scandinavia

Mielikki by dragoninthemist Finnish goddess of game, hunting and the forest Her symbols are the Bear, Grain, Woodland Plants Her Themes are Change and Providence

Mielikki by dragoninthemist Finnish goddess of game, hunting and the forest Her symbols are the Bear, Grain, Woodland Plants Her Themes are Change and Providence

ilmatar kalevala - Google zoeken

ilmatar kalevala - Google zoeken

Nordic Thoughts: From Marja Vanni Kalevala series

Nordic Thoughts: From Marja Vanni Kalevala series

Ukko (English: Old man) is the god of sky and thunder, and the leading deity mentioned within The Kalevala. His character corresponds to Thor and Zeus. John Martin Crawford wrote that the name may be related the obsolete Hungarian word for an old man

Ukko (English: Old man) is the god of sky and thunder, and the leading deity mentioned within The Kalevala. His character corresponds to Thor and Zeus. John Martin Crawford wrote that the name may be related the obsolete Hungarian word for an old man

Pekka Halonen, Vainolaista Vastaan, 1896, The Life and Art of Pekka Halonen - http://www.alternativefinland.com/art-pekka-halonen/

Pekka Halonen, Vainolaista Vastaan, 1896, The Life and Art of Pekka Halonen - http://www.alternativefinland.com/art-pekka-halonen/

— Nicolai Kochergin The Heroes of Kalevala Take the Wonderful Mill Sampo from Pohjola from the Kalevala

— Nicolai Kochergin The Heroes of Kalevala Take the Wonderful Mill Sampo from Pohjola from the Kalevala

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