A part of 'Kata Tjuta', sometimes written Tjuṯa (Kata Joota), and also known as Mount Olga (or colloquially as 'The Olgas') - a group of large domed rock formations or bornhardts located about 365 km (227 mi) southwest of Alice Springs, in the southern part of the Northern Territory, central Australia.

A part of 'Kata Tjuta', sometimes written Tjuṯa (Kata Joota), and also known as Mount Olga (or colloquially as 'The Olgas') - a group of large domed rock formations or bornhardts located about 365 km (227 mi) southwest of Alice Springs, in the southern part of the Northern Territory, central Australia.

Animali fantastici photographed by renzodionigi.

Animali fantastici photographed by renzodionigi.

Banba is the Celtic Goddess of the spirit of Ireland. She is one of the Tuatha de Danaan. Her themes are protection. Her symbol is soil. A Celtic war goddess, Banba extends safety to those who follow her, wielding magic in their support. In Irish tradition, she protected the land from invaders. As a reward for her sorcery’s assistance, Banba’s name became linked with ancient poetic designations for parts of Ireland.

Banba is the Celtic Goddess of the spirit of Ireland. She is one of the Tuatha de Danaan. Her themes are protection. Her symbol is soil. A Celtic war goddess, Banba extends safety to those who follow her, wielding magic in their support. In Irish tradition, she protected the land from invaders. As a reward for her sorcery’s assistance, Banba’s name became linked with ancient poetic designations for parts of Ireland.

Kuan Yin - the Buddhist goddess of compassion @ Green Gulch Zen Center by edwinsail

Kuan Yin - the Buddhist goddess of compassion @ Green Gulch Zen Center by edwinsail

Sheela Na Gig... this Celtic Goddess figure is a fertility symbol, a goddess related to death and rebirth and a protector against evil spirits. She is commonly found above doorways. The name 'Sheela na Gig' comes from Gaelic 'Gig', related to the Irish slang for vagina 'gee' or an old English and Scottish word 'gig' or 'geig' meaning the private parts of a woman. This means Sheela na Gig means 'Hag of the vulva'.

Sheela Na Gig... this Celtic Goddess figure is a fertility symbol, a goddess related to death and rebirth and a protector against evil spirits. She is commonly found above doorways. The name 'Sheela na Gig' comes from Gaelic 'Gig', related to the Irish slang for vagina 'gee' or an old English and Scottish word 'gig' or 'geig' meaning the private parts of a woman. This means Sheela na Gig means 'Hag of the vulva'.

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