Depiction - In Aztec mythology, Itzpapalotl ("Clawed Butterfly" or "Obsidian Butterfly") was a fearsome skeletal warrior goddess, who ruled over the paradise world of Tamoanchan.

Depiction - In Aztec mythology, Itzpapalotl ("Clawed Butterfly" or "Obsidian Butterfly") was a fearsome skeletal warrior goddess, who ruled over the paradise world of Tamoanchan.

Anna Perenna is the Roman Goddess of long life and renewal, health and plenty. Her two names both make reference to the year: anna means "to live through a year", while perenna means "last many years" (still seen in the English words annual and perennial). She seems to be concerned with cycles of renewal, and connecting the past to the present; She Herself is described in some legends as old, and in others as young.

Anna Perenna is the Roman Goddess of long life and renewal, health and plenty. Her two names both make reference to the year: anna means "to live through a year", while perenna means "last many years" (still seen in the English words annual and perennial). She seems to be concerned with cycles of renewal, and connecting the past to the present; She Herself is described in some legends as old, and in others as young.

Khunum is the Egyptian god that also created mankind. He created man on a potters wheel and then breathed life into them. Khunum was shown as a man with a goats head or a goat. His theophanie is a goat. Khunum's wife is Saitis of Neith. Satis is the goddess with title of divine mother. Their daughter is Anukis goddess of the hunt.

Khunum is the Egyptian god that also created mankind. He created man on a potters wheel and then breathed life into them. Khunum was shown as a man with a goats head or a goat. His theophanie is a goat. Khunum's wife is Saitis of Neith. Satis is the goddess with title of divine mother. Their daughter is Anukis goddess of the hunt.

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Halimede is the Greek Nereid who's name means "Lady Of The Brine." The Nereids were fifty Haliad Nymphs or Goddesses of the Sea. Nereids were daughters of Nereus, a Sea God, and their name means Wet Ones (nêros).

Halimede is the Greek Nereid who's name means "Lady Of The Brine." The Nereids were fifty Haliad Nymphs or Goddesses of the Sea. Nereids were daughters of Nereus, a Sea God, and their name means Wet Ones (nêros).

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