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Jean Bourdichon, Saint Lifard with a dragon, Grandes Heures d'Anne de Bretagne (1503-1508)

Unknown saint, strange habits: Saint Liphard takes his dragon out for a walk three times a day.

Orion ~ The most important stars in the sky to many ancient civilizations including the Ancient Egyptians, the ancient civilizations in North, Central and South America and even in Asia. Spread all over our planet we can find literally hundreds of monuments that have been erected on Earth to reflect constellation of Orion. Orion is the place in the universe attributed to the birth of stars, but is there a possibility that ancient civilizations knew this before telescopes?

Orion ~ The most important stars in the sky to many ancient civilizations including the Ancient Egyptians, the ancient civilizations in North, Central and South America and even in Asia. Spread all over our planet we can find literally hundreds of monumen

our lady star of the sea - Bing images

TradCatKnight: Saint Quote of the Day- Mary, Star of the Sea

May stars always line your path, and sunshine light your day, May songbirds serenade you, every step along the way.  May a rainbow run beside you  in a sky that's always blue.  And may happiness fill your heart  each day your whole life through.    "Ave, Maris Stella" is latin for "Hail, Star of the Sea".

May flowers always line your path and sunshine light your day. May songbirds serenade you every step along the way. May a rainbow run b.

Gate of Xerxes, at Persepolis

Gate of all nations or Gate of Xerxes located at the ancient city of Persepolis. 70 km northeast of the modern city of Shiraz in the Fars Province of modern Iran. Xerxes, who built this structure, named it "The Gate of All Countries" during the Persian em

Hitite sculpture 10th / 6th BC - Column base with double sphinxes which once supported the wooden columns of Hilani III, at the palace of the Aramean King Barrekup. Basalt from Sinjirli / Samal, Turkey Anatolia

HITTITE SCULPTURE BCE Column base with double sphinxes which once supported the wooden columns of Hilani III, at the palace of the Aramean King Barrekup. Basalt (Late Hittite, BC) from Sinjirli/Samal, Turkey Anatolia

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Stella Maris The statue of Our Lady Star of the Sea in the church of Stella Maris in Sliema, Malta. The statue was brought to.

there is evidence for such goddess worship during Yule, particularly attached to the New Year: The actual celebration “Modhraniht” is an Anglo-Saxon heathen celebration which translates as “The Night of the Mothers”. According to Bede (born 673 AD), the still heathen Angles held a sacrifice at New Year in the “night of the Mothers”.

Matres was a triad of mother goddesses, worshipped through much of Continental…

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The Rose and the Grail | Rose Symbolism

One of the most beautiful and significant symbols of the Western Mysteries is the Rose. The Rose and the Grail share many spiritual resonances. The word ‘chalice’ comes from the Latin word, calyx, which means cup.

Pyramids Are Beaming Energy Worldwide To Alleged "Space Cloud" - Ancient Pyramids Awake After Centuries, Millennia of Slumber | Beyond Science

Pyramids Globally Beaming Energy To Mysterious Space Cloud - UFO News

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Democritus from Maier Symbola aurea mensae, Franckfurt,

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