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Bäckahästen

kaijuborn: “ Scandinavian tales and creatures Bäckahästen (The stream horse) is known for using its ethereal beauty and strength to lure children to climb onto its back and then drag them down into the dark and murky waters of streams and ponds.

Kelpies are malevolent shape-shifting water spirits, believed to inhabit the lakes and rivers of Scotland. Most often, they take the form of...

Kelpies are malevolent shape-shifting water spirits, believed to inhabit the lakes and rivers of Scotland. Most often, they take the form of a horse enticing you onto their back only to jump in the water and drown you.

Sjörån (watchers of lakes) guard lakes and ponds and all that lives within them. Unlike their sisters, skogsrån and skeppsrån, sjörån are much more protective and vicious. They will not tolerate anyone who tries to catch their fish or otherwise disturb the waters, and they will not hesitate to drag fishermen down into the murky depths of their lake to drown them.

“ Scandinavian tales and creatures “ Sjörån (watchers of lakes) guard lakes and ponds and all that lives within them. Unlike their sisters, skogsrån and skeppsrån, sjörån are much more protective and vicious. They will not tolerate anyone who tries.

Charlize Theron as Amphitrite: queen of the sea

Greek mythology casting - Charlize Theron as Amphitrite: queen and sea-goddess and wife of Poseidon.

Sedna was the Inuit goddess of the sea, the creatures that inhabit it, and the underworld. She was once a beautiful maiden, but was sacrificed to the sea. Though greatly feared, she was sought by Shamans so she would release seals for hunting. She rules over all sea life, and decides the fate of, not only the creatures, but the people who hunt them. If one does not make a prayer to Sedna before heading out to hunt, they are destined to fall by her hand. According to one myth, she resides…

abigailqriffin: “MYTHOLOGY MEME : ten goddesses → sedna “ Sedna was the Inuit goddess of the sea, the creatures that inhabit it, and the underworld. She was once a beautiful maiden, but was sacrificed.

“    FIGURES OF NORSE MYTHOLOGY: HEL Hel is the daughter of Loki and the Jotun Angrboda. Half of her body resembles a living woman while the other resembles a corpse. Her expression is always gloomy and grim. The Aesir feared Hel and her brothers, so...

“ FIGURES OF NORSE MYTHOLOGY: HEL Hel is the daughter of Loki and the Jotun Angrboda. Half of her body resembles a living woman while the other resembles a corpse. Her expression is always gloomy and grim. The Aesir feared Hel

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The Importance of Boundaries: Lessons from The Unseelie Court | The Sinking Roots

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