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According to the pelasgian story of the creation of the world, Eurynome was the first deity to appear, the one that rules everything. She emerged naked from Chaos, no land existed then, the goddess separated the sky from the sea as she was dancing.

Sheila Na Gig - Celtic fertility Goddess.Sheila Na Gig opens her womb to give birth , the womb in the shamanic way is one of the most sacred places on mother earth. it is often called the wishing well. - Noga Gal

Sheila Na Gig - Celtic Fertility Goddess. Sheila Na Gig opens her womb to give birth. The womb in the shamanic way is one of the most sacred places on mother earth. It is often called the wishing well.

In Cambodian legend, the Naga were a "serpent" race of beings who possessed a large empire or kingdom in the Pacific Ocean region. The Naga King's daughter married the king of Ancient Cambodia, and thus gave rise to the Cambodian people. This is why, still today, Cambodians say that they are "Born from the Naga".

In Cambodian legend, the Naga were a "serpent" race of beings who possessed a large empire or kingdom in the Pacific Ocean region. The Naga King's daughter married the king of Ancient Cambodia, and thus gave rise to the Cambodian people. This is why, still today, Cambodians say that they are "Born from the Naga".

Nāga is the Sanskrit and Pali word for a deity or class of entity or being, taking the form of a very great snake—specifically the king cobra living in Lakes, rivers and caves, found in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism. A female nāga is a nāgī or nāgiṇī.

The Buddhist naga generally has the form of a great cobra-like snake, usually with a single head but sometimes with many.

A 'Class II Pictish Symbol Stone', located on Hunter's Hill, south of Glamis, Angus. This side of the stone boasts a 'serpent' symbol and remains of other possible symbols that are no longer visible.

A 'Class II Pictish Symbol Stone', located on Hunter's Hill, south of Glamis, Angus. This side of the stone boasts a 'serpent' symbol and remains of other possible symbols that are no longer visible.

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A Description of the Shape-Shifting Reptilian Beings Written About In Ancient India- “The NAGA”

Slithering Through the Stories of Ancient Snake Deities: Serpent Gods of Ancient Mythology | Ancient Origins

Slithering Through the Stories of Ancient Snake Deities: Serpent Gods of Ancient Mythology

Naga - an ancient race of semi divine serpent creatures beings first depicted in ancient Vedic Hindu mythology and oral folklore from at least 5000 B.C. They are extremely gifted shape-shifter, able to assume any shape they desire.

Naga are an ancient mythological race of semi-divine serpent beings. They were first depicted in ancient Vedic Hindu mythology and oral folklore as early as 5000 B. They are extremely gifted shape-shifters, able to assume any shape they desire.

Pottan Theyyam

Pottan theyyam is the story of a lower caste man who raised his voice against the evils of cast system during a period when religion and caste based system was very prominent in Kerala.

Pottan Theyyam

Pottan theyyam is the story of a lower caste man who raised his voice against the evils of cast system during a period when religion and caste based system was very prominent in Kerala.

Pottan Theyyam

Pottan theyyam is the story of a lower caste man who raised his voice against the evils of cast system during a period when religion and caste based system was very prominent in Kerala.