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Samshin-Halmang (삼신 할머니) is the Korean goddess of life and childbirth. She was once a human girl, but after winning the flower-blooming contest (flowers symbolize life in Korean mythology) between her and the Dragon Lord’s daughter, she became the Goddess charged with pregnancy and delivering of babies. She protects babies and mothers from harm, and is the patron of midwives. It is said that after midwives die, they become spirits called ‘Samshin’ and help Samshin-halmang. #myth

Samshin-Halmang (삼신 할머니) is the Korean goddess of life and childbirth. She was once a human girl, but after winning the flower-blooming contest (flowers symbolize life in Korean mythology) between her and the Dragon Lord’s daughter, she became the Goddess charged with pregnancy and delivering of babies. She protects babies and mothers from harm, and is the patron of midwives. It is said that after midwives die, they become spirits called ‘Samshin’ and help Samshin-halmang. #myth

morena is a baltic and slavic goddess associated with seasonal rites based on the idea of death and rebirth of nature. she is associated with death, winter and nightmares.

morena is a baltic and slavic goddess associated with seasonal rites based on the idea of death and rebirth of nature. she is associated with death, winter and nightmares.

For a flicker of time, the fashion in the courts of Rhydion shifts to gold lace jewellery and ribbons of metal over bare skin. She forbade her daughters from following the fashion, blunt and quick.

For a flicker of time, the fashion in the courts of Rhydion shifts to gold lace jewellery and ribbons of metal over bare skin. She forbade her daughters from following the fashion, blunt and quick.

Thmei /Egyptian goddess of freedom, justice, honor, divination, balance, equality, foresight and morality. This Egyptian Goddess of law and Mother of Virtue watches over human conduct, looking for right action, wise decisions, ethical dealings and just outcomes.

Thmei /Egyptian goddess of freedom, justice, honor, divination, balance, equality, foresight and morality. This Egyptian Goddess of law and Mother of Virtue watches over human conduct, looking for right action, wise decisions, ethical dealings and just outcomes.