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Ate (spirito di delusione, infatuazione, follia cieca, inquietudine, mancanza di misura e rovina)

Ate (spirito di delusione, infatuazione, follia cieca, inquietudine, mancanza di misura e rovina)

In one of the many Hawaiian legends of Lono, he is a fertility and music god who descended to Earth on a rainbow to marry Laka. Description from snipview.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

In one of the many Hawaiian legends of Lono, he is a fertility and music god who descended to Earth on a rainbow to marry Laka. Description from snipview.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Truth Coffee Shop

Truth Coffee Shop

Nereus- Greek god: the old man of the sea. he was able to shapeshift and had the gift of prophecy. he was the eldest son of Pontus and Gaia. along with the Oceanid Doris, he fathered the Nereids and Nerites

Nereus- Greek god: the old man of the sea. he was able to shapeshift and had the gift of prophecy. he was the eldest son of Pontus and Gaia. along with the Oceanid Doris, he fathered the Nereids and Nerites

Shakti, uno dei nomi della grande dea, è la personificazione dell'energia che pervade il cosmo. - MEET MYTHS -

Shiva and Shakti

Shakti, uno dei nomi della grande dea, è la personificazione dell'energia che pervade il cosmo. - MEET MYTHS -

Pinga – In Eskimo (Inuit) Mythology, “Pinga”, “The one who is up on high”, is the omnipresent female spirit who watches carefully over men's actions, especially their treatment of animals. She protects all living creatures and controls the hunt. She is also the Inuit goddess of fertility and healing. Among the inland “Eskimo”, she was named “Mother of the Caribou” and was believed to dwell in heaven. Illustration: Amy Clark

Pinga – In Eskimo (Inuit) Mythology, “Pinga”, “The one who is up on high”, is the omnipresent female spirit who watches carefully over men's actions, especially their treatment of animals. She protects all living creatures and controls the hunt. She is also the Inuit goddess of fertility and healing. Among the inland “Eskimo”, she was named “Mother of the Caribou” and was believed to dwell in heaven. Illustration: Amy Clark

Orcus- Roman myth: the god of death and suffering in the underworld. he punishes mortals who have broken oaths. he was depicted as a hairy, bearded giant monster.

Orcus- Roman myth: the god of death and suffering in the underworld. he punishes mortals who have broken oaths. he was depicted as a hairy, bearded giant monster.

Dreaming Soul

Dreaming Soul

Mayari, Hana (or Hanan in other references), and Tala became the Tagalog goddesses of moon, morning, and star, respectively. #FilipiKnow #PhilippineMythology

Mayari, Hana (or Hanan in other references), and Tala became the Tagalog goddesses of moon, morning, and star, respectively. #FilipiKnow #PhilippineMythology

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