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Adramelech, the Chancellor of Hell Adramelech was a former sun god, turned into a demon in Medieval Christian belief. Adramelech, Chancellor of Hell Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, World Mythology, Dark Spirit, Epic Of Gilgamesh, Astral Projection, Evil Spirits, Angels And Demons, Gods And Goddesses
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Adramelech was originally a sun god in the Sepharvite and Assyrian pantheons. Over the centuries he became demonized in Judeo-Christian belief. By the middle ages he had been made Chancellor of Hell and elected President of Hell's senate (didn't know Hell was a democracy.) He is also in charge of Satan's wardrobe, of all things. I suppose it's better than being in charge of Satan's toilet.

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Tibetan Depiction of Agharta/Inner Earth. There are many “entrances” to the ‘Inner Earth: in South America, in Russia, in China, etc.

The Hollow Earth: The Tibetan World of Agharta

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Design your own photo charms compatible with your pandora bracelets. In Slavic mythology, the Zorya are the two guardian goddesses, known as the Auroras or as the Morning Star World Mythology, Greek Mythology, My Sun And Stars, Aesthetic Collage, Gods And Goddesses, Mythical Creatures, Pandora Bracelets, Pandora Jewelry, Jewelry Bracelets
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In Slavic mythology, the Zorya are the two guardian goddesses, known as the Auroras or as the Morning Star & the Evening Star. Both sisters serve the sun god Dažbog, who is in some myths described as their father. The Morning Star opens the gates to his palace each morning for the sun-chariot’s departure. At dusk, the Evening Star closes the gates once more after his return.

In Basque mythology, Basajaun (plural: basajaunak) is a huge, hairy hominid dwelling in the woods. They were thought to build megaliths, protect flocks of livestock, and teach skills such as agriculture and ironworking to humans.

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In Basque mythology, Basajaun (plural: basajaunak) is a huge, hairy hominid dwelling in the woods. They were thought to build megaliths, protect flocks of livestock, and teach skills such as agriculture and ironworking to humans. Morburre, CC License.

Baykok- Ojibway myth: a skeletal figure with translucent skin and red points for eyes. It flys through the forest, exclusively hunting warriors with invisible arrows. it then beats them to death with a club and eats their liver. Mythological Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Creature Feature, Creature Design, Native American Mythology, Myth Stories, World Mythology, Legends And Myths
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Baykok- Ojibway myth: a skeletal figure with translucent skin and red points for eyes. It flys through the forest, exclusively hunting warriors with invisible arrows. it then beats them to death with a club and eats their liver.

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Green Tara, Bodhisattva of Compassion

Green Tara, Buddhist Bodhisattva of Compassion from the World Goddess Oracle by Thalia Took.

Mesopotamian Tree of Life. In Babylonian mythology, the Tree of Life was a magical tree that grew in the center of paradise. The Apsu, or primordial waters, flowed from its roots. Ancient Symbols, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient History, Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient Civilizations, Tree Of Life Symbol, Magical Tree, Cradle Of Civilization
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Mesopotamian Tree of Life: This image represents the early Mesopotamian Tree of Life. In Babylonian mythology, the Tree of Life was a magical tree that grew in the center of paradise. The Apsu, or primordial waters, flowed from its roots. It is the prototype of the tree described in Genesis: the biblical Tree of Paradise evolved directly from this ancient symbol; it is the symbol from which the Egyptian, Islamic, and Kabbalistic Tree of Life concepts originated.

Inanna, Queen of Heaven - Sumerian Great Goddess and forerunner of the Babylonian Ishtar. She is the first daughter of the moon, and the Star of Morning and Evening. Inanna is linked to the planet Venus and is a love Goddess.

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In Slavic mythology, there was a belief that the unborn child of a dead pregnant woman can become a werewolf. This happens when an animal passes over the grave of the pregnant women -- Sort of like the idea that I had about the wolves of Agrios. Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Claude Monet, Myths & Monsters, She Wolf, Cryptozoology, Wow Art, Urban Legends
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In Slavic mythology, there was a belief that the unborn child of a dead pregnant woman can become a werewolf. This happens when an animal passes over the grave of the pregnant women -- Sort of like the idea that I had about the wolves of Agrios. Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Claude Monet, Myths & Monsters, She Wolf, Cryptozoology, Wow Art, Urban Legends
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diveintodreams: “ There was a belief that the unborn child of dead pregnant woman can become a werewolf. This happens when an animal passes over the grave of a pregnant women. - Slavic mythology ”

In Inuit mythology the ijiraq (pron.: /ˈiːjɨrɑːk/ ee-yə-rahk or /ˈiːdʒɨrɑːk/ ee-jə-rahk) is a sort of shape shifter who kidnaps children and hides them away and abandons them. The inuksugaq (or inukshuk) of stone allow these children to find their way bac Fantasy Magic, Fantasy Art, Arte Inuit, Native American Mythology, World Mythology, Myths & Monsters, Sphinx, Creepy, Legends And Myths

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Tariaksuq- Inuit myth: a shapeshifter that kidnaped children. It's natural form was that of a half caribou, half human creature. It resided in a place between dimensions. You could never see it directly because it always stayed in your peripheral vision. Mythological Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Arte Inuit, Inuit Art, Myths & Monsters, Legendary Creature, Vikings, Cryptozoology
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Tariaksuq- Inuit myth: a shapeshifter that kidnaped children. It's natural form was that of a half caribou, half human creature. It resided in a place between the world of the living and the world of the dead. You could never see it directly because it always stayed in your peripheral vision