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Kalevala

Kalevala

Dodola (to give milk) is a Slavic Cloud and Rain Goddess from the old Slavic mythology.  She ruled over the waters and the rain...which was thought to be a form of Divine milk.

Dodola (to give milk) is a Slavic Cloud and Rain Goddess from the old Slavic mythology. She ruled over the waters and the rain...which was thought to be a form of Divine milk.

Ilmatar, Kalevala

Ilmatar, Kalevala

“Sulis’s themes are  water, healing, sun, blessings, wishes, community and offerings. Her symbols are water, wheat cakes and fire. The Celtic Goddess Sulis oversees all sacred wells and…

Goddess Sulis

“Sulis’s themes are water, healing, sun, blessings, wishes, community and offerings. Her symbols are water, wheat cakes and fire. The Celtic Goddess Sulis oversees all sacred wells and…

Greek Gods and their Roman counterparts | Hera & Juno 2/2

Greek Gods and their Roman counterparts | Hera & Juno 2/2

Joseph Alanen (1885-1920): Kalevala

Joseph Alanen (1885-1920): Kalevala

Louhi, Mistress of the Northland (The Land of the Dead) The Kalevala and The Mysterious Sampo

Louhi, Mistress of the Northland (The Land of the Dead) The Kalevala and The Mysterious Sampo

The Pleiades   According to the ancient Greeks, the Pleiades were seven sisters. In Greek, the word "pleiades" means "doves." Their parents were Pleione and Atlas

The Pleiades According to the ancient Greeks, the Pleiades were seven sisters. In Greek, the word "pleiades" means "doves." Their parents were Pleione and Atlas

by Japanese illustrator Ryo Takemasa. He is known for depicting mountains, lakes and fields. #illustration

Ryo Takemasa Depicts the Beauty of Grandiose Settings

by Japanese illustrator Ryo Takemasa. He is known for depicting mountains, lakes and fields. #illustration

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