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Jumalia. Eri ajoilta ja kansoilta.
Jo nyt on PERKELE, jollei nimi taulussa sano!!!
Iara (also known as Lady of Waters, Water Queen and Mother Water) is the Brazilian goddess of water. She is seen as either a water nymph, siren, or mermaid depending upon the context of the story. Iara is a beautiful young woman, connected to a freshwater dolphin, manatee or fish body. She lives in a palace underwater, but, in the afternoon, she comes out to the surface, sitting on a rock by the river combing her hair or dozing under the sun. When she feels a man around she starts to sing gentl
Sidapa, God of Death. In Visayan mythology, Sidapa lives on Mt. Madyaa’s on the island of Panay, which is the highest mountain on the island. He is the one who measures the lives of all newborns through a very tall tree residing on the mountain by placing a mark on the tree. When the persons stature reaches that mark they immediately die and their souls are sent to the primordial goddess of the sea, Magwayen, the one who carries the souls of the dead to Sulad.
Mokoš, Stari Sloveni, Staroslovenska mitologija, religija i istorija
Mokoš Goddess Mokos was worshipped by the Eastern Slavs, but some forms of her name also appear among the Western Slavs (Mukes, Mukus, Mococize). Mokos was the goddess of spinning, but she was also a protector of women, taking care about their health and their children. She helped the women in labour and protected their babies, at the same time helping the women keep a good marriage. Besides spinning, Mokos was connected with other duties reserved for women ... more