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 A goddess of fertility, water, and women in old According to folk belief she shears sheep and spins thread. The name itself is derived from the word combination maty kota ‘mother of the cat,’ that is, ‘mother Sacred Feminine, Divine Feminine, Irish Mythology, Les Religions, Mother Goddess, Gods And Goddesses, Archetypes, Mythical Creatures, Folklore

Mokosh (aka Makosh). A goddess of fertility, water, and women in old #Slavic #mythology. According to folk belief she shears sheep and spins thread. The name itself is derived from the word combination maty kota ‘mother of the cat,’ that is, ‘mother of good fortune.’ She is related to All Mother Goddesses (Frigg in Norse mythology, Danu in Irish mythology, etc).

Natten (Peter Nicolai Arbo, Featured on: BURZUM - Umskiptar. (Nótt (Old Norse “night”) is a personification of the night in the Norse mythology. A goddess similar to her, but in Greek mythology, is Nyx. Norse Goddess, Norse Mythology, Greek Mythology, Pagan Metal, Black Metal, Thor, Art Magique, Vegvisir, Old Norse

Nótt by Peter Nicolai Arbo

Nótt - Goddess of night - In #Norse #mythology, Nótt (Old Norse "night") is night personified.

The Rhinegold & The Valkyrie’ by Richard Wagner; with illustrations by Arthur Rackham ; translated by Margaret Armour. Published 1910 by William Heinemann Norse Mythology Goddesses, Norse Goddess, Gods And Goddesses, Arthur Rackham, Richard Wagner, Westminster, Classic Fairy Tales, Ecole Art, Asatru

Frigg appears primarily in Norse mythological stories as a wife and a mother #Mythology, #Goddess, #Norse

Sól, Bright Sun-goddess of Norse Mythology, from the World Goddess Oracle by Thalia Took. Norse Goddess, Goddess Art, Moon Goddess, Norse Mythology, Wicca, Magick, Asatru, Gods And Goddesses, Archetypes

Sol, the Norse Goddess of the Sun

Sól, Bright Sun-goddess of Norse Mythology, from the World Goddess Oracle by Thalia Took.

Freya- Age of Mythology Age Of Mythology, Thor, Loki, Norse Goddess Of Love, Old Norse, Norse Pagan, Vegvisir, Norse Vikings, Asatru

Freyja

Freyja is a Norse Classical Age minor god. She is available to worshipers of Thor and Odin. 1 Attributes 1.1 God power 1.2 Technologies 1.3 Myth unit 2 Strategy 3 Mythology 4 Gallery Forest Fire: burns down a forest, damaging any nearby units and buildings. Thundering Hooves: Jarls and Raiding Cavalry gain +10% HP and +10% speed, and Valkyries gain 10% HP and 15% speed. Aurora Borealis: Upgrades Valkyries to Shieldmaiden Valkyries, gaining +50% damage and +33% healing rate. Valkyrie: Mounted…

John Bauer - Nordic Myth and Fairytale Art and Illustration John Bauer, Art And Illustration, Animal Illustrations, Illustrations Posters, Guache, Fairytale Art, Norse Mythology, Art Plastique, Art Inspo

freja and svipdag

illustrated by john bauer in 1911 for 'our fathers' godsaga' by viktor rydberg

Fasolt suddenly seizes Freia and drags her to one side with Fafner lithograph by Arthur Rackham [published in “The Rhinegold & The Valkyrie”, facing page from Scene 2 of “Das Rheingold” by Richard Wagner Arthur Rackham, Thor, Loki, Human Giant, Vikings, Nephilim Giants, Richard Wagner, Nature Spirits, Ecole Art

"Odd and the Frost Giants": Frost Giants (Jotunn) seize Freyja (Freia)

Freya, the Norse goddess of love, frequently set out in her chariot pulled by two cats, in search of her husband, Od. Who knows what adventures she might have had in her search? Norse Goddess Of Love, Celtic Goddess, Whats Your Spirit Animal, Crimson Hair, Animal Quiz, Creation Myth, Legends And Myths, Norse Mythology, Fantasy Inspiration

Mary Shelley was a multiple conjunct Virgo | Mystic Medusa Astrology

The Frankenstein author Mary Shelley was a multiple conjunct Virgo and electrifyingly ahead of the era in which she lived.

The goddess Freia stands under a tree of apples with her cats by her feet. Note that Wagner's Freia merges the Norse goddesses Freyja and Iðunn. Illustration by Arthur Rackham - to Richard Wagner's Das Rheingold, Public Domain via Wikipedia. Norse Goddess, Goddess Of Love, Goddess Art, Norse Mythology, Divine Goddess, Arthur Rackham, Richard Wagner, William Blake, Gods And Goddesses

Fairies and Fairy Tale Art illustrations

Freya and her Cat from 'The Poetic Eddas' illus. Arthur Rackham