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In Irish lore, The Sidhe (pronounced shee), or Aos Sí (shee), were descendants of the divine inhabitants of Ireland. They are members of a powerful supernatural race comparable to the fairies or elves of old. They are often called the Kings and Queens of the Fairies. However, they are neither winged nor diminutive, and are in no way like the cute little fairies of our modern-day imagination.
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Sidhe refers to the earthen mounds that the celts believed were home to various benevolent supernatural beings, including the fairies, the elves, the nature spirits and in some accounts, the Tuatha De Danann.

Celto-Germanic Culture, Myth and History: The Four Sacred Treasures of the Tuatha De Danann

"The Riders of the Sidhe" by John Duncan, 1911

by Armand Cabrera John Duncan was born in Dundee, Scotland in At 11 years old he attended the Dundee school of art.

In Irish lore, The Sidhe (pronounced shee), or Aos Sí (shee), were descendants of the divine inhabitants of Ireland. They are members of a powerful supernatural race comparable to the fairies or elves of old. They are often called the Kings and Queens of the Fairies. However, they are neither winged nor diminutive, and are in no way like the cute little fairies of our modern-day imagination.

In Irish lore, The Sidhe (pronounced shee), or Aos Sí (shee), were descendants of the divine inhabitants of Ireland. They are members of a powerful supernatural race comparable to the fairies or elves of old. They are often called the Kings and Queens of the Fairies. However, they are neither winged nor diminutive, and are in no way like the cute little fairies of our modern-day imagination.
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Kupalo - the slavic God of summer, peace, water, magic, and herbs --- by ~Righon on deviantART
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Kupalo - the slavic God of summer, peace, water, magic, and herbs --- by ~Righon on deviantART

Kupalo - the slavic God of summer, peace, water, magic, and herbs --- by ~Righon on deviantART
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The Leshy or Lesovik is a male woodland spirit in Slavic mythology who protects wild animals and forests. There are also leshachikha/leszachka (wives of the leshak) and leshonky (children of the leszy). He is roughly analogous to the Woodwose of Western Europe and the Basajaun of the Basque Country.
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The Leshy or Lesovik is a male woodland spirit in Slavic mythology who protects wild animals and forests. There are also leshachikha/leszachka (wives of the leshak) and leshonky (children of the leszy). He is roughly analogous to the Woodwose of Western Europe and the Basajaun of the Basque Country.

The Leshy or Lesovik is a male woodland spirit in Slavic mythology who protects wild animals and forests. There are also leshachikha/leszachka (wives of the leshak) and leshonky (children of the leszy). He is roughly analogous to the Woodwose of Western Europe and the Basajaun of the Basque Country.
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Lihangin, Goddess of Air by James Claridades [©2013]
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another fan art of diwata/goddess from the philippine historical epic series, Indio. She's the goddess of air. Lihangin has the ability to create, gener.

Barangaw - god of the rainbow. He can manipulate colors of the rainbow to various effects

Dian Magayon (from the Filipino historical-epic fantasy series, Indio) known as the goddess of all flying creatures.

Lihangin, Goddess of Air by James Claridades [©2013]

Lihangin, Goddess of Air by James Claridades [©2013]
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Sengen is the Shinto Goddess of Fujiyama, the highest mountain in Japan, considered the most holy. She is said to live within a luminous cloud in the crater of Fujiyama, and She presides over a healing stream on the south side of the mountain.
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Sengen (JAPANESE) Shinto Goddess of Fujiyama, the highest mountain in Japan, considered the most holy. She is said to live within a luminous cloud in the crater of Fujiyama, and She presides over a healing stream on the south side of the mountain.

“Sengen-sama – Her themes are growth and maturity. Her symbols are flower buds. Japanese growth Goddess, lives high on Fujiyama, giving Her unique perspectives about each person’s path in life.

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Goddesses of China, Japan, Korea, Tibet, and Buddhist regions.

Sengen is the Shinto Goddess of Fujiyama, the highest mountain in Japan, considered the most holy. She is said to live within a luminous cloud in the crater of Fujiyama, and She presides over a healing stream on the south side of the mountain.

Sengen is the Shinto Goddess of Fujiyama, the highest mountain in Japan, considered the most holy.  She is said to live within a luminous cloud in the crater of Fujiyama, and She presides over a healing stream on the south side of the mountain.
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Celtic fairy hounds - the Cwn Annwn (© Roger Garland) In Welsh mythology and folklore, Cŵn Annwn were the spectral hounds of Annwn, the otherworld of Welsh myth. They were associated with a form of the Wild Hunt, presided over by Arawn, king of Annwn. They are often depicted as white with red ears. Finally found the whole painting!

Celtic fairy hounds - the Cwn Annwn (© Roger Garland) Finally found the whole painting!

Itzpapalotl by ThaliaTook, USA: "The Aztec Goddess of the sacrificial flint knife, Her name means 'Obsidian Butterfly' or 'Clawed Butterfly', which may be a poetic name for the bat. She is also the leader of the tzitzimime or star Goddesses, and one of the cihuateteo, or women who died in childbirth. She rules Tamoanchan, the paradise from where humans originated." {traditional, 2013}

"Itzpapalotl", Aztec Goddess of the Sacrificial Flint, by Thalia Took. Itzpapalotl is the Aztec Goddess of the sacrificial flint knife. Her name means 'Obsidian Butterfly' or 'Clawed Butterfly', the latter likely referring to the bat.

Figure with boomerangs, spears and spear throwers, (circa 1960) by Binyinyuwuy

Figure with boomerangs, spears and spear-throwers, (circa by Binyinyuwuy Djarrankuykuy :: The Collection

Lalahon,is the goddess of fire and volcanoes. She possesses the power to control fire using her hands, create balls of fire and explosives. She can also manipulate and command volcanoes to erupt if needed.

Lalahon, my diwata fanart from the filipino epic series, Indio. She is the goddess of fire and volcanoes. Lalahon possesses the power to control fire using her hands, create balls of fire and explosives. She can also manipulate and command.

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Ancient Paintings by Indigenous Australians at the Grey Art Gallery

Alunsina (Philippines) - regarded as the goddess of the eastern skies that brings in the light of the sun and cool winds during hot days of the dry season; she is also the guardian against strong typhoons and of beauty.

Barangaw - god of the rainbow. He can manipulate colors of the rainbow to various effects

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Aida Wedo - Goddess of Rainbows and the Sweet Waters. This piece is by artist Hrana Janto, whose work I have admired for years.

Sudjaje -  Female deities from Slavic mythology who control destiny.

Sudjaje - Female deities from Slavic mythology who control destiny.a The Fates in Greek mythology, and the 3 norns in norse mythology)

Bast by duckie18.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Okay, so Egyptian mythology is one of my favorite subjects so I drew Bast, the Goddess of Protection and Cats. She has two forms, one of the cat and one.

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