Anhangà, le cerf qui protège le gibier Anhangà, qui apparaît sous la forme dʼun cerf blanc aux yeux de feu, est la divinité protectrice  du gibier pourchassé par les Indiens. Quand ceux-ci massacrent le gibier en trop grand nombre,  Anhangà les châtie. Cʼest aussi le dieu des cauchemars.

Anhangà, le cerf qui protège le gibier Anhangà, qui apparaît sous la forme dʼun cerf blanc aux yeux de feu, est la divinité protectrice du gibier pourchassé par les Indiens. Quand ceux-ci massacrent le gibier en trop grand nombre, Anhangà les châtie. Cʼest aussi le dieu des cauchemars.

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Primitive And Descriptive Cave Paintings

Original Cave Art Original Acrylic Wildlife Paintings and Primitive Cave Art Paintings by Laurel Barbieri - The Primitive Wildlife and Cave Art of

The white stag is a familiar creature of myth and legend. The white stag in Celtic myth is an indicator that the Otherworld is near. It appears when one is transgressing or breaking a taboo. It also appears as an impetus to quest--the white stag or hart o

"Sir John Rhys calls [Elen of the Ways] the goddess of Twilight because her times are the dawn and dusk. She is goddess of "between the two lights", gateways to the ways between worlds. She is often...

"Sir John Rhys calls [Elen of the Ways] the goddess of Twilight because her times are the dawn and dusk. She is goddess of "between the two lights", gateways to the ways between worlds. She is often...

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