The Ankou In Breton mythology, the Ankou is a creature that collects the souls of the dead in an old horse drawn cart. Legends say that the Ankou can be met on misty days in the moors. The first sign of its presence is the squeaking of the wheels of his cart. If you ever hear this kind of sound, you'd better flee or you will finish in the back of the cart.
✯ Sunna, is the Sun personified in Germanic mythology. She stands with other statues of the seven Saxon deities that gave their names to the days of the week. They can be found in the Gardens at Stowe House, Buckinghamshire. The sculptures are copies of the originals by John Michael Rysbrack, of 1727, that were sold in 1921-2. They are arranged in a circle.✯
In Norse mythology, the Wave Maidens (also known as the Billow Maidens) are the nine daughters of Rán and Ægir, the Goddess and god of the sea... They were portrayed as beautiful maidens dressed in white robes and veils and always helped their father, brew the beer for the gods. Their names are poetic terms for the many different characteristics of the ocean waves.