Photo 17 Aug 14 notes
Photo 24 Jul 38 notes greekmythologyrules:

Persephone and Hades in the Underworld.

greekmythologyrules:

Persephone and Hades in the Underworld.

Photo 17 Jul 27 notes goddessofcontradictions:

Isis by ~redheaded-step-child

Question for the masses:
Anyone know where the lunar association with Isis came into play historically? Is that a neo pagan/wiccan thing, or was that the Greeks and Romans? Because, according to everything I have ever read, she was a solar deity in Kemet.

goddessofcontradictions:

Isis by ~redheaded-step-child

Question for the masses:

Anyone know where the lunar association with Isis came into play historically? Is that a neo pagan/wiccan thing, or was that the Greeks and Romans? Because, according to everything I have ever read, she was a solar deity in Kemet.

Photo 14 Jul 62 notes sans-merci:

Falcon Shaped Horus
ca. 1070-525 BC (Third Intermediate-Late Period)
The Walters Art Museum
The falcon god Horus represented the sky and was also associated with kingship from the late 4th millennium. This small falcon figure is made from gold and has a silver double-crown (which stands for Upper and Lower Egypt) attached.

sans-merci:

Falcon Shaped Horus

ca. 1070-525 BC (Third Intermediate-Late Period)

The Walters Art Museum

The falcon god Horus represented the sky and was also associated with kingship from the late 4th millennium. This small falcon figure is made from gold and has a silver double-crown (which stands for Upper and Lower Egypt) attached.

Photo 2 Jun 870 notes dewognatos:

olorispublishing:

Rhiannon (from the Mabinogion) by Alan Lee

Yet another reminder to find the copy he has illustrated.

dewognatos:

olorispublishing:

Rhiannon (from the Mabinogion) by Alan Lee

Yet another reminder to find the copy he has illustrated.

Photo 30 May 222 notes fragrantflight:

From Saqqara, EgyptLate Period, after 600 BC

fragrantflight:

From Saqqara, Egypt
Late Period, after 600 BC

via Curiosity..
Photo 25 May 52 notes theheartlines:

Persephone
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Photo 18 May 102 notes tatteredbanners:

Illustration from “The Children of Odin; The Book of Northern Myths” by Padraic Colum

tatteredbanners:

Illustration from “The Children of Odin; The Book of Northern Myths” by Padraic Colum

Photo 12 May 88 notes
Photo 9 Apr 4 notes thatoneweirdwiccanchick:

Epona (my patron Goddess)

thatoneweirdwiccanchick:

Epona (my patron Goddess)


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