Goddess Religion

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an image of a mermaid holding a rose in her hand
The Mermaid by Heinz Insu Fenkl -- The Endicott Studio Journal of Mythic Arts, Summer 2003
an illustration of a woman holding a snake
Kline, A. S. (b.1947) - A Honeycomb For Aphrodite: Part IV
a drawing of a woman standing in front of a fountain with her hands up to her face
Pemudatogel :Situs Togel Online Deposit Pulsa 10 Ribu Tanpa Potongan
an image of a man holding a snake
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Cadmus, turned into a snake, embraced by his wife Harmonia; two people running away on the left; illustration to Renouard's French translation of Ovid's 'Metamorphoses' (Paris, veuve Langelier, 1619, p.117); letterpress text on verso. c.1619 Engraving
an image of a snake with a crown on its head, sitting in the woods
Magic Transistor
Devenus vieux Cadmus, le fondateur de Thèbes, et son épouse Hermione furent métamorphosés en serpents.
an intricately carved statue is displayed in front of a stone wall
NEW MOON in the Snake Star - Rebirthing the Dark Feminine. - Anandashree Astrology
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a statue of a woman sitting on top of a white marble block with a snake in her hand
Ancient Roman bath 'Basilica Therma' in central Turkey to be renovated for tourists
An ancient Roman bath known as 'Basilica Therma' in central Turkey (province of Yozgat) will be archaeologically renovated for tourists,
a statue of a woman holding a child
Isis with Serpent TailEgypt, 2nd century A.D.SculptureTerracotta6 9/16 x 3 3/8 in. (16.6 x 8.6 cm) Goddesses, Lady, Isis Goddess, Egyptian Gods
Isis with Serpent Tail
Isis with Serpent TailEgypt, 2nd century A.D.SculptureTerracotta6 9/16 x 3 3/8 in. (16.6 x 8.6 cm)
an old bronze statue with a woman holding her arms crossed in front of her chest
Salus (The J. Paul Getty Museum Collection)
An ancient Roman bronze statuette of Hygieia, the goddess of hygiene, with her snake attribute, a symbol of healing. (J Paul Getty Museum) // Statuette of Hygieia, Artist/Maker: Unknown, Roman Empire. Date: First half of 2nd century