Shadow of the Forest by Tiina Aumala. Tapio, the lord of the forest, son of Louhi, father of the seeda, immortal among his mortal kin. In the early days of the world he hunted down the fearsome Elk of Tuonela and still wears its antlers on his head as a mark of a pact made with Tuoni, the Goddess of death, which granted him a life without death. He shows himself to men during the midsummer...

Shadow of the Forest by Tiina Aumala. Tapio, the lord of the forest, son of Louhi, father of the seeda, immortal among his mortal kin. In the early days of the world he hunted down the fearsome Elk of Tuonela and still wears its antlers on his head as a mark of a pact made with Tuoni, the Goddess of death, which granted him a life without death. He shows himself to men during the midsummer...

Mielikki is the Finnish goddess of forests and a Huntress of the Moon Legacies. She is a Goddess and free unto her own. Huntresses do not generally marry and the tales that make them wives or consorts are not correct. All Huntress Goddesses are generally more in the class of Amazon, dedicated to Humanity not personal fulfillment.

Mielikki is the Finnish goddess of forests and a Huntress of the Moon Legacies. She is a Goddess and free unto her own. Huntresses do not generally marry and the tales that make them wives or consorts are not correct. All Huntress Goddesses are generally more in the class of Amazon, dedicated to Humanity not personal fulfillment.

TAPIO      an East Finnish forest spirit or god, who figured prominently in the Kalevala. Hunters prayed to him before a hunt

TAPIO an East Finnish forest spirit or god, who figured prominently in the Kalevala. Hunters prayed to him before a hunt

Druid arch-priestess with sickle and mistletoe.

Druid arch-priestess with sickle and mistletoe.

Forest Healer by ~Medhi on deviantART

Forest Healer by ~Medhi on deviantART

Celtic Goddess Morrigan  THE MORRIGU/MORRIGAN /MORRIGHAN / MORGAN(Ireland, Wales, and Britain  *Goddess*Supreme war goddess. Queen of phantoms and demons, shape-shifter. The crone aspect of the goddess, great white goddess. Patroness of priestesses and witches. Revenge, night, magic, prophecy /MARGAWSE (Wales) *Goddess* Mother aspect of the Goddess...

Celtic Goddess Morrigan THE MORRIGU/MORRIGAN /MORRIGHAN / MORGAN(Ireland, Wales, and Britain *Goddess*Supreme war goddess. Queen of phantoms and demons, shape-shifter. The crone aspect of the goddess, great white goddess. Patroness of priestesses and witches. Revenge, night, magic, prophecy /MARGAWSE (Wales) *Goddess* Mother aspect of the Goddess...

mielikki-the lady of the forest, also called the sharer maid, for her willingness to share game with hunters.

mielikki-the lady of the forest, also called the sharer maid, for her willingness to share game with hunters.

The Celtic god Lugh is at the heart of Lughnasa, a traditional Celtic holiday celebrated on August 1st. He is a god of light who fought for the Tuatha De Dannan against the evil Formorians and their king, Balor.

The Celtic god Lugh is at the heart of Lughnasa, a traditional Celtic holiday celebrated on August 1st. He is a god of light who fought for the Tuatha De Dannan against the evil Formorians and their king, Balor.

Svarog * Svarog, Swaróg, Сварог, Schwayxtix, Swaróg in Slavic mythology, is the Slavic sun god and spirit of fire; his name means bright and clear. The name may be related to Sanskrit Svarga and Persian xwar (pron. Chvar) both meaning the same thing, indicating Indo-European etymological relation. So sacred was the fire that it was forbidden to shout or swear at it while it was being lit. Folklore portrays him as a fire serpent, a winged dragon that breathes fire. According to some…

Svarog * Svarog, Swaróg, Сварог, Schwayxtix, Swaróg in Slavic mythology, is the Slavic sun god and spirit of fire; his name means bright and clear. The name may be related to Sanskrit Svarga and Persian xwar (pron. Chvar) both meaning the same thing, indicating Indo-European etymological relation. So sacred was the fire that it was forbidden to shout or swear at it while it was being lit. Folklore portrays him as a fire serpent, a winged dragon that breathes fire. According to some…

Goddess Durga, Ma Durga is the embodiment of the divine energy and the creative power. Mother Durga has nine forms/dimensions. Navratra (The nine holy nights) is dedicated to the worship of Her.

Goddess Durga, Ma Durga is the embodiment of the divine energy and the creative power. Mother Durga has nine forms/dimensions. Navratra (The nine holy nights) is dedicated to the worship of Her.

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