Fren Carlin

Fren Carlin

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In Inuit mythology the ijiraq (pron.: /ˈiːjɨrɑːk/ ee-yə-rahk or /ˈiːdʒɨrɑːk/ ee-jə-rahk) is a sort of shape shifter who kidnaps children and hides them away and abandons them. The inuksugaq (or inukshuk) of stone allow these children to find their way back if they can convince the ijiraq to let them go.

In Inuit mythology the ijiraq (pron.: /ˈiːjɨrɑːk/ ee-yə-rahk or /ˈiːdʒɨrɑːk/ ee-jə-rahk) is a sort of shape shifter who kidnaps children and hides them away and abandons them. The inuksugaq (or inukshuk) of stone allow these children to find their way back if they can convince the ijiraq to let them go.

Huldra. A hulder is a seductive forest creature found in Scandinavian folklore. A multitude of places in Scandinavia are named after the Hulders, often places by legend associated with the presence of the "hidden folk".

Huldra. A hulder is a seductive forest creature found in Scandinavian folklore. A multitude of places in Scandinavia are named after the Hulders, often places by legend associated with the presence of the "hidden folk".

In Norse mythology, svartálfar (Old Norse "black elves", singular svartálfr) are beings who dwell in Svartálf[a]heimr (anglicized as Svartalfheim, "home of black-elves").[1] Both the svartálfar and Svartálfaheimr are primarily attested in the Prose Edda, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson. Scholars have noted that the svartálfar appear to be synonymous with dwarfs and potentially also the dökkálfar (Old Norse "dark elves").

In Norse mythology, svartálfar (Old Norse "black elves", singular svartálfr) are beings who dwell in Svartálf[a]heimr (anglicized as Svartalfheim, "home of black-elves").[1] Both the svartálfar and Svartálfaheimr are primarily attested in the Prose Edda, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson. Scholars have noted that the svartálfar appear to be synonymous with dwarfs and potentially also the dökkálfar (Old Norse "dark elves").

Alecto Greek. One of the Three Furies who was the Goddess of fallen warriors.

Alecto Greek. One of the Three Furies who was the Goddess of fallen warriors.

Faith In Humanity Restored – 19 Pics

Faith In Humanity Restored – 19 Pics

Simple cozy christmas bedroom - It doesn't have to be complicated to be beautiful for the holidays!

Simple cozy christmas bedroom - It doesn't have to be complicated to be beautiful for the holidays!

Coastal

Coastal

Vivian is one of the many names of the Lady of the Lake in the Arthurian legends. This mysterious female gave Arthur his sword, Excalibur. She stole Lancelot when he was a child and cured him when he went mad.

Vivian is one of the many names of the Lady of the Lake in the Arthurian legends. This mysterious female gave Arthur his sword, Excalibur. She stole Lancelot when he was a child and cured him when he went mad.

Mythology Meme || (10/10) Women of the Norse Pantheon Hail to Sigyn, devoted wife and mother Comforter to the forsaken She, who embodies patience, and braves all unearned scorn. (x)

Mythology Meme || (10/10) Women of the Norse Pantheon Hail to Sigyn, devoted wife and mother Comforter to the forsaken She, who embodies patience, and braves all unearned scorn. (x)

The Norns are female beings who control the destinies of gods and mortals. The most important of these beings are Urd (Fate), Skuld (Being), and Verdandi (Necessity). They guard the well Urðarbrunnr, located beneath Yggdrasil in Asgard, keeping the World Tree healthy by pouring water and mud from the well on its roots. In other myths, there is a Norn present at every birth, and she has control over how the newborn’s life with unfold.

The Norns are female beings who control the destinies of gods and mortals. The most important of these beings are Urd (Fate), Skuld (Being), and Verdandi (Necessity). They guard the well Urðarbrunnr, located beneath Yggdrasil in Asgard, keeping the World Tree healthy by pouring water and mud from the well on its roots. In other myths, there is a Norn present at every birth, and she has control over how the newborn’s life with unfold.