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Tickled To Tangle: Tangling Radiant Sooflowers by Adele Bruno

Tickled To Tangle: Tangling Radiant Sooflowers by Adele Bruno

Black Jade Koru 'New Life' Pendant a Maori Symbol of Peace, Tranquility and Spirituality

Black Jade Koru 'New Life' Pendant a Maori Symbol of Peace, Tranquility and Spirituality

SLAVIC SYMBOLISM - Many more Symbols are used in Slavic Countries for different Gods or other but here are the most important and today in the come back of our Faith we need to wear them with Honor like our Ancestors! Here you can see everything to know about Slavic symbols and their meaning.

SLAVIC SYMBOLISM - Many more Symbols are used in Slavic Countries for different Gods or other but here are the most important and today in the come back of our Faith we need to wear them with Honor like our Ancestors! Here you can see everything to know about Slavic symbols and their meaning.

Aurora Boreal, rincón de magia y poder: Triskel celta

Aurora Boreal, rincón de magia y poder: Triskel celta

Norse Symbols - we have something really cool for Norse fans…

Norse Symbols - we have something really cool for Norse fans…

The Hopi Nakwách – The Symbol of Brotherhood

The Hopi Nakwách – The Symbol of Brotherhood

Inuit mermaid - Sedna, whose severed fingers became the North's marine mammals.

Inuit mermaid - Sedna, whose severed fingers became the North's marine mammals.

Crochet Laikini Cardigan - make this easy sweater shrug with two crochet rectangles in a weekend. You'll need one in every color!

Crochet Laikini Cardigan - make this easy sweater shrug with two crochet rectangles in a weekend. You'll need one in every color!

Sedna the Inuit Godess : Sedna’s themes are are thankfulness, providence, nature and abundance. Her symbols are water, an eye and fish.  The mother of the sea, which is sometimes called the ‘eating place’, Sedna is a very important figure in Alaskan mythology as the provider of nourishment for both the body and soul. In narratives, Sedna gave birth to fish, seals, polar bears and whales – the life sustaining animals in this region. Her as having one eye that sees all things in Her domain

Sedna the Inuit Godess : Sedna’s themes are are thankfulness, providence, nature and abundance. Her symbols are water, an eye and fish. The mother of the sea, which is sometimes called the ‘eating place’, Sedna is a very important figure in Alaskan mythology as the provider of nourishment for both the body and soul. In narratives, Sedna gave birth to fish, seals, polar bears and whales – the life sustaining animals in this region. Her as having one eye that sees all things in Her domain

Sedna inuit sea goddess, by me

Sedna inuit sea goddess, by me