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Dagda-Chief of the Early Celtic Druid Gods.  This is a fair icon of how we picture Merlin; according the Welsh sources, he was in fact only slightly older than Arthur, who may have been his nephew.

Dagda-Chief of the Early Celtic Druid Gods. This is a fair icon of how we picture Merlin; according the Welsh sources, he was in fact only slightly older than Arthur, who may have been his nephew.

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Two ravens rested on the shoulders of the Norse god Odin: Huginn and Muninn, Thought and Memory. The ravens circled the sky, often during .

These pictures are for the concept and illustrations of Warcraft movies made between 2013 to 2015

Concept Art for Warcraft movies, but great inspiration for fantasy settings and writing. Source: ArtStation - The Art of Warcraft Film - Medivh, Wei Wang

"Merlin" - Illustration to T.H. White's "The Book of Merlyn" (or other) from series based on Arthur's legends. From The Drawings of Alan Lee

Merlin (pictured in the beautiful drawing by Alan Lee above) is a figure intimately connected with forests in Arthurian lore. After the disastrous Battle of Arderydd, Merlin goes mad and spends years as a wild man in the woods, living.

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God Belobog (name meaning White God) is a reconstructed Slavic deity of light and Sun, the counterpart of dark and cursed Chernobog (Black God).Slavic mythology art by Igor Ozhiganov .

One of the most striking characteristics of Druidism is the degree to which it is free of dogma and any fixed set of beliefs or practices.     In this way it manages to offer a spiritual path, and a way of being in the world that avoids many of the problems of intolerance and sectarianism that the established religions have encountered.

Merlin is a legendary figure best known as a druid warlock featured in the Arthurian legend. The archetype derived from the semi-legendary Scottish figure known as Lailoken and the Welsh equivalent, Myrddin Wyllt,