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Goddess Airmid We celebrate Goddess Airmid by appreciating Nature and the gift of plant medicine. Call on Her for general magick, learning herbalism, for inspiration in crafts or understanding family loyalty, and of course, healing.

Goddess Airmid We celebrate Goddess Airmid by appreciating Nature and the gift of plant medicine. Call on Her for general magick, learning herbalism, for inspiration in crafts or understanding family loyalty, and of course, healing.

Elamite Dog Amulet of the goddess Gula, Circa 3rd Millennium BC In ancient Elam, the significance of the dog was related to the goddess Gula, since they were her sacred animals. As the goddess of healing and patroness of doctors, these gold amuletic dogs may have been thought to have healing powers.

Elamite Dog Amulet of the goddess Gula. In ancient Elam, the the dog was related to the goddess Gula, as sacred animals. As the goddess of healing and patroness of doctors, these gold amulet dogs had healing powers.

Cerberus and Persephone by laura-csajagi three headed giant dog | NOT OUR ART - Please click artwork for source | WRITING INSPIRATION for Dungeons and Dragons DND Pathfinder PFRPG Warhammer 40k Star Wars Shadowrun Call of Cthulhu and other d20 roleplaying fantasy science fiction scifi horror location equipment monster character game design | Create your own RPG Books w/ www.rpgbard.com

Grim Reaper: "Cerberus and Persephone," by Laura Csajagi, at deviantART. In Greek myth, the three-headed dog Cerberus ("Spotted") guarded the of the The Persephone ("Corn Striker" or "Death Bringer") was the wife of the Underworld Hades.

Total Body Sequence: Quarter Dog, Balancing Star, Knee Up Plank, Burning Low Lunge, Side Fierce, Extended Standing Straddle, Goddess, Warrior 3, Crescent Moon, Crow, Intense East, Wheel

A Dynamic Yoga Sequence to Help You Build a Stronger Body

Shane Fero "Blue & Black Dog Goddess" Item #70423 flameworked glass/acid etched 7.5"h x 2.25" dia. $450

Shane Fero "Blue & Black Dog Goddess" Item #70423 flameworked glass/acid etched 7.5"h x 2.25" dia. $450

Cailleach  Celtic (Irish & Scottish) Goddess of disease and plague. A Destroyer, or Crone, Goddess, she was also called "Veiled One". As the Crone, she ruled with the Maiden and the Mother. Monsterous Dogs guarded the gates of her afterworld realm where she received the dead. Celtic myth has her gatekeeper dog named Dormarth "Death's Door". Irish bards who could curse with satire were often called cainte "dog".

The Cailleach - Celtic (Irish & Scottish) Goddess of disease and plague. A Destroyer and a Crone Goddess, she was also called "Veiled One".

The Lost Gardens of Heligan, near Mevagissey in Cornwall,uk

Sleeping Goddess at the Lost Gardens of Heligan, England.

Located on Woodland Walk, in the Lost Gardens of Heligan, UK, is an amazing sculpture of a sleeping goddess entitled ‘Mud Maid’. The incredible larger-than-life sculpture even has grass and moss growing atop it

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