Elisabetta Regis

Elisabetta Regis

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Kawaii cat socks ♡

Kawaii cat socks ♡

love cuddling in her arms. It feels like home and heavenly :)

love cuddling in her arms. It feels like home and heavenly :)

Darza Mate is the Latvian Goddess of gardens. Also seen as Darzamat, her name means Mother of the Garden—she is one of many Latvian mother Goddesses or Mates.  Idan Barazani - Betty Zeltser

Darza Mate is the Latvian Goddess of gardens. Also seen as Darzamat, her name means Mother of the Garden—she is one of many Latvian mother Goddesses or Mates. Idan Barazani - Betty Zeltser

Latviešu tradīcijas // Miežvilki // Latvian Traditions // Barleywolves // More Info: http://www.garataka.lv // Photo: Jordi NN

Latviešu tradīcijas // Miežvilki // Latvian Traditions // Barleywolves // More Info: http://www.garataka.lv // Photo: Jordi NN

Vārava

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Linu Mate (pronounced LIN-oo MAH-teh) is the Latvian Goddess of Linen and Flax. Also seen as Linu Mahte, her name means Mother of the Flax—she is one of many Latvian mother Goddesses or Mates.

Linu Mate (pronounced LIN-oo MAH-teh) is the Latvian Goddess of Linen and Flax. Also seen as Linu Mahte, her name means Mother of the Flax—she is one of many Latvian mother Goddesses or Mates.

Miķeļi - the day of autumn solstice. Riga

Miķeļi - the day of autumn solstice. Riga

Sniega māte (Mother of Snow) was a Latvian Goddess who held Dominion over Snow.

Sniega māte (Mother of Snow) was a Latvian Goddess who held Dominion over Snow.

Ragutiene is partners with Raugupatis. Ragutiene is the Goddess of beer while Raugupatis is the God of Fermentation. In Lithuanian mythology there was even a third God, Ragutis, the God of Beer. Ragutiene’s consort was Ragutis, god of beer. The three of them together were revered by the pagan Lithuanians, Latvians and even Prussians for the life sustaining gifts of food preservation and intoxication, and celebrated with annual feasts on the Autumnal Equinox.”

Ragutiene is partners with Raugupatis. Ragutiene is the Goddess of beer while Raugupatis is the God of Fermentation. In Lithuanian mythology there was even a third God, Ragutis, the God of Beer. Ragutiene’s consort was Ragutis, god of beer. The three of them together were revered by the pagan Lithuanians, Latvians and even Prussians for the life sustaining gifts of food preservation and intoxication, and celebrated with annual feasts on the Autumnal Equinox.”