Alice Salvador

Alice Salvador

Alice Salvador
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Primark - Prodotti

Primark - Prodotti

10 Really Bizarre Deaths of Notable People

10 Really Bizarre Deaths of Notable People

Hina-puku-i’a is the Hawaiian Goddess of Seafood. Her husband, Ku’ula-kai, is a God of Fish, as is their son, Ai-ai. Her sister, Hina-puku’ai, is the Goddess of Vegetables. Hina-puku-i’a is one of the many forms of the Great Goddess Hina, and her name means “Hina gathering seafood.”

Hina-puku-i’a is the Hawaiian Goddess of Seafood. Her husband, Ku’ula-kai, is a God of Fish, as is their son, Ai-ai. Her sister, Hina-puku’ai, is the Goddess of Vegetables. Hina-puku-i’a is one of the many forms of the Great Goddess Hina, and her name means “Hina gathering seafood.”

Miss Mary Garden as Ophelie (Vintage Photography)

Miss Mary Garden as Ophelie (Vintage Photography)

Selkies a sad affair, to have a love lusting for the sea.

Selkies a sad affair, to have a love lusting for the sea.

Medusa

Medusa

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Elgryd Thrackentale after receiving the Forests token

Elgryd Thrackentale after receiving the Forests token

Choose a Mermaid Wedding Gown to Complete Your Bridal Appearance

Choose a Mermaid Wedding Gown to Complete Your Bridal Appearance

In Norse mythology, Jörð (Icelandic "earth"], is a female jötunn. She is the mother of Thor and the Personification of the Earth. Jörð is described as one of Odin's concubines and the mother of Thor. She is "counted among the ásynjar. (goddesses)"  In Snorri Sturluson's Skáldskaparmál, Jörð (as the personified earth) is called the rival of Odin's wife Frigg and his other giantess concubines.

In Norse mythology, Jörð (Icelandic "earth"], is a female jötunn. She is the mother of Thor and the Personification of the Earth. Jörð is described as one of Odin's concubines and the mother of Thor. She is "counted among the ásynjar. (goddesses)" In Snorri Sturluson's Skáldskaparmál, Jörð (as the personified earth) is called the rival of Odin's wife Frigg and his other giantess concubines.