Beatrice Camiciottoli

Beatrice Camiciottoli

Beatrice Camiciottoli
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A red deer stag in a pine forest in the Cairngorms, Scottish Highlands, during a snow blizzard. The image is part of the 2020VISION photography project

A red deer stag in a pine forest in the Cairngorms, Scottish Highlands, during a snow blizzard. The image is part of the 2020VISION photography project

W h i s p e r i n g • P i n e s

W h i s p e r i n g • P i n e s

Chuma is the Slavic Goddess of Death. She is the daughter of Veles, God of Cattle and the Underworld. Chuma is depicted as a pale woman with white hair, dressed in a white gown. She carries a pair of silver scissors and a birchwood staff. The scissors she uses to cut the thread of life, and she gives the staff to the dead to help them on their way to the Underworld. Although Chuma is a Goddess of Death, she is generally seen as a benign presence, and is called on by those who are dying to…

Chuma is the Slavic Goddess of Death. She is the daughter of Veles, God of Cattle and the Underworld. Chuma is depicted as a pale woman with white hair, dressed in a white gown. She carries a pair of silver scissors and a birchwood staff. The scissors she uses to cut the thread of life, and she gives the staff to the dead to help them on their way to the Underworld. Although Chuma is a Goddess of Death, she is generally seen as a benign presence, and is called on by those who are dying to…

MERKI - SLAVIC, OLD-POLISH ALPHABET “Merki” are house coats of arms used by Pomeranian fishermen. Fishing equipment was marked in order to get back what was lost at sea (for example fishing nets). It was used till the 20th century, at least from the 18th century. Some people think this custom is much older and these signs constitute remains of our Slavic, Old-Polish alphabet. In fact, they look like runes. In the photo - merki from a private museum in Jastarnia.

MERKI - SLAVIC, OLD-POLISH ALPHABET “Merki” are house coats of arms used by Pomeranian fishermen. Fishing equipment was marked in order to get back what was lost at sea (for example fishing nets). It was used till the 20th century, at least from the 18th century. Some people think this custom is much older and these signs constitute remains of our Slavic, Old-Polish alphabet. In fact, they look like runes. In the photo - merki from a private museum in Jastarnia.

Morena is the Baltic & Slavic goddess of witchcraft, winter & death. She is also associated with seasonal rites based on the idea of death, rebirth of nature & nightmares. The end of winter is celebrated by throwing an effigy of Morena into the river on the first spring day in March. Some medieval Christian sources such as the Czech 9th century Mater Verborum compare her to the Greek goddess Hecate, therefore associating her even more with sorcery.

Morena is the Baltic & Slavic goddess of witchcraft, winter & death. She is also associated with seasonal rites based on the idea of death, rebirth of nature & nightmares. The end of winter is celebrated by throwing an effigy of Morena into the river on the first spring day in March. Some medieval Christian sources such as the Czech 9th century Mater Verborum compare her to the Greek goddess Hecate, therefore associating her even more with sorcery.

Architecture Castles & Palaces | Rosamaria G Frangini || Karlsruhe Schloss, Germany (by r.dahl)

Architecture Castles & Palaces | Rosamaria G Frangini || Karlsruhe Schloss, Germany (by r.dahl)

Mad Hatter's Tea Party

Mad Hatter's Tea Party

Everything that is happening now is happening for our ultimate good. There are no victims, no accidents and no coincidences EVER. They simply do not exist in this reality as we only attract what we are part of.

Everything that is happening now is happening for our ultimate good. There are no victims, no accidents and no coincidences EVER. They simply do not exist in this reality as we only attract what we are part of.

Wherever crows are, there is magic. They are symbols of creation and spiritual strength. They remind us to look for opportunities to create and manifest the magic of life. They are messengers calling to us about the creation and magic that is alive within our world everyday and available to us. |Ted Andrews

Wherever crows are, there is magic. They are symbols of creation and spiritual strength. They remind us to look for opportunities to create and manifest the magic of life. They are messengers calling to us about the creation and magic that is alive within our world everyday and available to us. |Ted Andrews

The symbols of ancient Balts

The symbols of ancient Balts