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Tree of Life by Tom Butler,  an ADF Druid Symbol  "The Sigil of the Cosmos"  the 'tree of life' expresses core Pagan concepts.  The Wheel of the Sky Powers.   The Hall of Lugh, the pattern of the Hall of the Gods. The Spiral, sign of the Underworld the flowing, unshaped potential.Sign of the goddesses of waters.     The symbol itself was first drawn by Ian Corrigan for ADF

Tree of Life by Tom Butler, an ADF Druid Symbol "The Sigil of the Cosmos" the 'tree of life' expresses core Pagan concepts. The Wheel of the Sky Powers. The Hall of Lugh, the pattern of the Hall of the Gods. The Spiral, sign of the Underworld the flowing, unshaped potential.Sign of the goddesses of waters. The symbol itself was first drawn by Ian Corrigan for ADF

Druids Trees:  #Tree #Stag, Melanie Miklitza | Cover illustration for Jim Butcher's "Codex Alera."

Druids Trees: #Tree #Stag, Melanie Miklitza | Cover illustration for Jim Butcher's "Codex Alera."

Love this. Ok so I want a Viking tat. My ancestors were Vikings and since they just discovered that the women were the fighters too a tat like this would be pretty tight. Maybe back of calves.

Love this. Ok so I want a Viking tat. My ancestors were Vikings and since they just discovered that the women were the fighters too a tat like this would be pretty tight. Maybe back of calves.

The thought monster never ever crossed my mind. I totally get it, and it's a rather romantic and powerful association

The thought monster never ever crossed my mind. I totally get it, and it's a rather romantic and powerful association

chronarchy:  May we know the shape of all things, and through their shapes, know their secret names.

chronarchy: May we know the shape of all things, and through their shapes, know their secret names.

"www.bobkehl.com The goal for me was to make a Dwarven woman who is both strong and beautiful. Don't let her fool you... she will smash you with a hammer and drink you under the table!"

"www.bobkehl.com The goal for me was to make a Dwarven woman who is both strong and beautiful. Don't let her fool you... she will smash you with a hammer and drink you under the table!"

Trees in Celtic Mythology: Trees were hugely significant to the ancient Celts. They believed different kinds of trees served different mystical purposes that helped them through their lives.

Trees in Celtic Mythology: Trees were hugely significant to the ancient Celts. They believed different kinds of trees served different mystical purposes that helped them through their lives.