Jelképtár Őseink Hitvilága

Jelképtár Őseink Hitvilága

Jelképtár Őseink Hitvilága
További ötletek tőle: Jelképtár
Е.Ф. Королькова, 2001

Е.Ф. Королькова, 2001

Anunnaki or “Those who from heaven came to earth” (i.e. ancient aliens originating from the planet Rigel in the Orion constellation) said to have traveled on a massive battleship planet…

Anunnaki or “Those who from heaven came to earth” (i.e. ancient aliens originating from the planet Rigel in the Orion constellation) said to have traveled on a massive battleship planet…

Tibetan ornament

Tibetan ornament

Felt applique from one of the frozen tombs in the Altai, southern Siberia, 4th century BC.

Felt applique from one of the frozen tombs in the Altai, southern Siberia, 4th century BC.

The raven was an important animal to the ancient Germanic people.  The raven was always to be found on the battlefield, feeding on the fallen.  Woden has two ravens, Thought and Memory, who go out daily to gather news of the world.  The raven is one of the totem animals, the most intelligent of all the birds, and an element in many Germanic names such as Wolfram (wolf-raven) and Hrafnkel (raven-kettle).

The raven was an important animal to the ancient Germanic people. The raven was always to be found on the battlefield, feeding on the fallen. Woden has two ravens, Thought and Memory, who go out daily to gather news of the world. The raven is one of the totem animals, the most intelligent of all the birds, and an element in many Germanic names such as Wolfram (wolf-raven) and Hrafnkel (raven-kettle).

The Goddess Ariadne (keeper of the labyrinth) and Snakes from Minoan culture, Crete. Ariadne is goddess of fertility connected to Ishtar (Astarte)

The Goddess Ariadne (keeper of the labyrinth) and Snakes from Minoan culture, Crete. Ariadne is goddess of fertility connected to Ishtar (Astarte)

inanna symbols star of ur - Google Search

inanna symbols star of ur - Google Search

Pelasgians - Romanian History and Culture

Pelasgians - Romanian History and Culture

Goddess Sculptures, 5300-4200 BCE // The Venus (or woman) of Willendorf is missing from the list; Odd, considering its on of the most famous sculptures dating back to 24,000 to 22,000 BC.

Goddess Sculptures, 5300-4200 BCE // The Venus (or woman) of Willendorf is missing from the list; Odd, considering its on of the most famous sculptures dating back to 24,000 to 22,000 BC.

Great Mothers of the Stone Age, dating from 28,000 to 15,000 BCE

Great Mothers of the Stone Age, dating from 28,000 to 15,000 BCE