And the goddess Isis raised Osiris from death

And the goddess Isis raised Osiris from death

Slavic mythology is f**king badass. By Igor Ozhiganov:

Slavic mythology is f**king badass. By Igor Ozhiganov:

Bohové a bohyně v nás | Ostatní |ZonerPress.cz

Bohové a bohyně v nás | Ostatní |ZonerPress.cz

Inua Gods: Negafok - God of cold weather. Kadlu - Goddess of thunder. SnowBird - Goddess of the northern lights. Nelvanna - Goddess of the north. Hodiak - God of the sky. Turoq - God of change. Nanuq - God of polar bears. Tekkeitsertok - God of hunting. Sedna - Goddess of the sea.

Inua Gods: Negafok - God of cold weather. Kadlu - Goddess of thunder. SnowBird - Goddess of the northern lights. Nelvanna - Goddess of the north. Hodiak - God of the sky. Turoq - God of change. Nanuq - God of polar bears. Tekkeitsertok - God of hunting. Sedna - Goddess of the sea.

Puruli: Tešub zápasí s Ilu Jankou. Jiný chetitský mýtus vypráví o mizejícím bohu Telipinu. Další bohové: Chebat, bohyně slunce z Arinny, Kumarbi, Nergal, Ereškigal, Ea. Rozvinutá nauka o hříchu (princip kolektivní viny) . V podsvětí jsou kotle a smrt je odrazem pozemského života, pouze králové se po smrti stávají bohy.

Puruli: Tešub zápasí s Ilu Jankou. Jiný chetitský mýtus vypráví o mizejícím bohu Telipinu. Další bohové: Chebat, bohyně slunce z Arinny, Kumarbi, Nergal, Ereškigal, Ea. Rozvinutá nauka o hříchu (princip kolektivní viny) . V podsvětí jsou kotle a smrt je odrazem pozemského života, pouze králové se po smrti stávají bohy.

Anubis Artwork by Pui Che

Anubis Artwork by Pui Che

Irish Gods

Irish Gods

“Airmid” is the Goddess of Herb-lore and Herbal Healing in Irish mythology. She is the daughter of Dian Cecht, the Tuatha De Danaan’s    ( a race of supernaturally-gifted people in Irish mythology ) head healer. She knows all the lore, uses, and properties of every herb. She also guarded the “Well of Slaine”.

“Airmid” is the Goddess of Herb-lore and Herbal Healing in Irish mythology. She is the daughter of Dian Cecht, the Tuatha De Danaan’s ( a race of supernaturally-gifted people in Irish mythology ) head healer. She knows all the lore, uses, and properties of every herb. She also guarded the “Well of Slaine”.

Goddesses of Mesopotamia --- In ancient Mesopotamia, many of the divine goddesses were equal in strength, power and wit to their masculine counterparts. These primordial beings ruled with an equal status for many centuries, but towards the end of the Bronze Age, their positions were slowly eclipsed by new and emerging religions such as Judaism and Zoroastrianism.

Goddesses of Mesopotamia --- In ancient Mesopotamia, many of the divine goddesses were equal in strength, power and wit to their masculine counterparts. These primordial beings ruled with an equal status for many centuries, but towards the end of the Bronze Age, their positions were slowly eclipsed by new and emerging religions such as Judaism and Zoroastrianism.

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