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CoolPrintVikingShip

CoolPrintVikingShip

Rudolf Ernst: Entering the Palace Gardens

Rudolf Ernst: Entering the Palace Gardens

Pattern carved skull. Made of bone, and also of awesome.

Pattern carved skull. Made of bone, and also of awesome.

A statue of a Viking King, Turin, Italy

A statue of a Viking King, Turin, Italy

A Brass Rubbing taken from a medieval design from the Book of Kells.

Celtic Circle. A Brass Rubbing taken from a medieval design from the Book of Kells..Reduced

A Brass Rubbing taken from a medieval design from the Book of Kells.

Irish Celtic Mother of Abundance  The Irish Celtic Mother Goddess went by a number of names, among them Danu, the mother of the Irish gods, the Tuatha De Danann ('Tribes of the Goddess Danu'), and Anu, whose name means 'Abundance.' She is the embodiment of the fertile earth and the crops which sustain her children

Irish Celtic Mother Goddess Sculpture

Irish Celtic Mother of Abundance The Irish Celtic Mother Goddess went by a number of names, among them Danu, the mother of the Irish gods, the Tuatha De Danann ('Tribes of the Goddess Danu'), and Anu, whose name means 'Abundance.' She is the embodiment of the fertile earth and the crops which sustain her children

Ludwig Deutsch : The Palace Guard

Ludwig Deutsch : The Palace Guard

Maat is the Goddess of Truth and Justice who personifies cosmic order and harmony as established by the Creator God at the beginning of time. Her symbol is an ostrich feather. Judges were regarded as priests of Maat. In the hall of judgement at the weighing of the heart, the heart of the deceased was placed on the scales of justice, balanced against the feather of Maat, symbol of justice.

Ma'at - The Egyptian Goddess Of Truth

Maat is the Goddess of Truth and Justice who personifies cosmic order and harmony as established by the Creator God at the beginning of time. Her symbol is an ostrich feather. Judges were regarded as priests of Maat. In the hall of judgement at the weighing of the heart, the heart of the deceased was placed on the scales of justice, balanced against the feather of Maat, symbol of justice.

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In Norse mythology, Huginn (from Old Norse “thought”) and Muninn (Old Norse “memory” or “mind”) are a pair of ravens that fly all over the world, Midgard, and bring the god Odin information.

In Norse mythology, Huginn (from Old Norse “thought”) and Muninn (Old Norse “memory” or “mind”) are a pair of ravens that fly all over the world, Midgard, and bring the god Odin information.

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