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Spiritual wickednesses in high places
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God of the Week: Rhiannon
God of the Week 04/12/2010: Rhiannon Stevie Nicks may not have worshiped her, but the ancient Celts did. She was a goddess of horses and had a haunting story of a stolen child. One day Pwyll sat on a mound which had the property of causing him who was seated on it to receive a…
Arianrhod In Celtic Paganism
Some may or may not know of this Celtic deity known as Arianrhod. She's considered to be Welsh Origin and many still follow her to this very day. Though that number many not seem to be as high as some of the other Celtic Goddesses. Arianrhod is a...
Lion-Throned Goddesses of West Asia – Veleda
The Goddess on a Lion Throne is abundantly attested in the archaeology of Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, and Canaan/Israel. First we’ll look at some Phoenician scarabs showing lion thrones, often wi…
la symbolique du caducée
Le terme caducée trouve son origine dans le sanskrit kàrù signifiant chanteur, poète. Il est repris par le grec dorien sous la forme kerux, “héraut” ou “messager officiel”, personnage important lors des tractations diplomatiques et les ventes. Le terme karukeion dérivant de kerux, signifie “bâton de héraut”, d’où provient le mot latin caduceus. En fait,…
Ireland's bizarre genital sculptures revealed in an interactive map
The bizarre sculptures of naked women exposing their vulva, found in medieval tower-houses, church sites and holy wells across Ireland and parts of the UK, have puzzled historians for decades.