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Gods, Goddesses and Immortals

Gods, Goddesses and Immortals

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Mystic Muses of the Divination Divas: Kuan Yin - Compassion divinationdivas.b...

Mystic Muses of the Divination Divas: Kuan Yin - Compassion

First Chamber: Nefertari's Tomb. The god, Osiris

First Chamber: Nefertari's Tomb Tour

Ibis-headed Thoth with human body, Dyn.18

Goddess timeline, ancient world religion, mythology, sacred feminine

Friday! - day of Frigg and Frigg is a Norse Goddess. Awesome.

Vishnu is considered the preserver of the universe. Some believe that He has been incarnated nine times, and will be reincarnated once more at the end of the world. Those who follow the Vaishnava tradition of Hinduism regard him as the supreme god. He is often associated with light and the Sun. He is generally represented as a four-armed, blue-skinned human. His four arms hold the conch, the chakra, the lotus, and the mace. His consort is Lakshmi.

Animal Spirit Guide: The Sacredness of Cats and Dogs

Animal Spirit Guide: The Sacredness of Cats and Dogs

Aiolos (or Aeolus) was the king of the winds who kept the stormy Anemoi Thuellai and Aellai locked away inside the hollow heart of the floating island of Aiolia. At the command of the gods he released these to wreck devastating storms. Since the Winds were often conceived of as horse-shaped spirits, Aiolos was titled Hippotades, "the reiner of horses," from the Greek hippos ("horse") and tadên ("reined in tightly").



Bone figurine with lapis lazuli eyes, from Upper Egypt, Early Predynastic period, Naqada I, 4000-3600 BCE

An Inugami (lit. "dog god") is a familiar spirit that looks like a dog and acts as a protective guardian. Inugami are extremely powerful and loyal, and they are known to carry out acts of revenge on behalf of their "owners." They can also exist independently, and under some circumstances they may turn against their owners. Inugami also have the ability to possess humans.

Yokai ~ Pink Tentacle (3)

The Horned God goes by many names. Cernunnos, The Celtic God of fertility, Animals and the Underworld. Herne The Hunter, a spectre associated with Windsor Forest & Great Park, Berkshire, UK. Pan the Greek God of the Woodlands, Janus the Roman God of Good Beings. Tammuz and Damuzi, the Son, Lover and Consorts to Ishtar and Inanna. Osiris, the Egyptian Lord of the Underworld. Dionysus, the Greek God of Vegetation and the Vine. The Green Man, the Lord of Vegetation and the Woodlands

Meet Lord Ganesha -the elephant headed god of new beginnings (Street Art)

Bastet - the Cat Goddess statue, Egypt, British Museum,664-332 BC.

Bronze female figure, Cretan, Late Minoan I 1600-1450 BCE Metropolitan Museum

Anubis Statue added to the outside Denver Airport. (Also present at Michael Jackson's funeral...research if need be ) The God of the Dead

This is Ran, the giant Norse goddess of the sea. While she is able to hold a ship full of men in one hand, this is one of her more subdued past-times; her hobbies include sinking ships and using a net to collect drowning sailors! Here is the wonderful stock photo: faestock.devianta...

Norse Mythology (150 pieces)

Goddess Sculptures


Snake Goddess, glazed composition ware, Minoans on Crete, Middle Bronze Age (1900 - 1600 BC) - from shrine of the Palace of Knossos. Bothros: sacred pit to put old offerings. Snake goddess is from a bothros of temple/shrine of Knossos. One of a pair of goddesses. Holding snakes in each hand with a cat on her head.

'Anubis' by MelUran. Anubis is seen as the guide who directs the dead either to Osiris or the worser fate of Ammit. Those souls who were found to be pure, were led by Anubis to Osiris. It was also believed that Anubis held the important role of overseeing the embalming and mummification of the dead. Some versions credit the mummification of Osiris' body following his death to Anubis. The daughter of Anubis, Kabechet, is frequently seen as his assistant in the mummification process of the dead.

Green Tara. She plays a special role in Mahayana Buddhism, especially Tibetan Buddhism.

Hera, by Gustave Moreau, who included one of Hera's traditional symbols, the peacock. Hera, queen of the heavens and goddess of marriage, women, childbirth, heirs, kings, and empires. She is the wife of Zeus and daughter of Cronus and Rhea. She was usually depicted as a regal woman in the prime of her life, wearing a diadem and veil and holding a lotus-tipped staff. Her sacred animals are the heifer, the peacock, and the cuckoo.

Dagda - Irish god of the dead, and also lord of rebirth. His name means the good one. His awesome club could kill nine men at once, but the butt end could grant new life to the dead. His magical harp keeps the seasons in proper order, and his two awesome pigs provide an endless supply of food. He is a good and loving provider, a most gentle death to his children and followers.