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Hand Carved Walking Stick.  Please ignore the sharp teeth; they'll make you tough. Hand Carved Walking Sticks, Walking Sticks And Canes, Wooden Walking Sticks, Walking Canes, Walking Staff, Wooden Canes, Whittling Wood, Stone Carving, Wood Carvings

Arts & Crafts Original Antique Woodenware Walking Sticks | eBay

Hulinhjálmur (helm of disguise), an Icelandic magical sign that gives the power to become invisible. http://offorestfires.tumblr.com/post/100335450127/katarina-von-abyss-hulinhjalmur-helm-of Rune Viking, Viking Life, Norse Symbols, Ancient Symbols, Norse Pagan, Icelandic Runes, Icelandic Tattoo, Wicca, Paganism

hedendom: “ Icelandic Magical Staves Hulinhjalmur Hulinhjalmur (“Helm Of Disguise”) is a sigil that allows the user to become invisible. The complex task of creating the ink to make this sigil is done by collecting three drops of blood from the index.

Prehistoric Ceramic Figures and Early Earth Goddesses | Earthen Earth Goddess, Goddess Art, Ancient Goddesses, Art Premier, Mother Goddess, Ceramic Figures, Ancient Artifacts, Prehistory, Ancient Civilizations

Magickal Ritual Sacred Tools: Prehistoric Ceramic Figures and Early Earth Goddesses, by Earthen.me via The Beekeeper

Moon-Seed Goddess This small Neolithic goddess figure was carved from bone in northern Ital, about 7000 years ago. She wears the shape of the crescent moon as a necklace, and her fertile body is decorated with a seed and a growing plant or tree. Her short arms may be bent at the elbow, or may represent folded wings. Measures 4.5 inches tall via > goddessmandala.com Ancient Goddesses, Gods And Goddesses, Arte Tribal, Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Sacred Feminine, Divine Feminine, Mother Goddess, Venus

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mini-girlz: “ Moon-Seed Goddess This small Neolithic goddess figure was carved from bone in northern Italy, about 7000 years ago. She wears the shape of the crescent moon as a necklace, and her fertile body is decorated with a seed and a growing.

Figurine, Cucuteni-Trypillian culture (also known as Cucuteni culture, from Romanian; Trypillian culture, from Ukrainian; or Tripolye culture, from Russian) is a Neolithic archaeological culture which existed from approximately ca. 5500-2750 BCE, from the Carpathian Mountains to the Dniester and Dnieper regions in modern-day Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine. Paleolithic Art, Goddess Art, Earth Goddess, Sacred Feminine, Old Art, Ancient Artifacts, Deities, Ancient Goddesses, Gods And Goddesses

cucuteni trypillian godess Romania Moldova Ukraine oldest civilizations eastern europe

cucuteni trypillian godess Romania Moldova Ukraine oldest civilizations eastern europe, flourished around 5000 BC

Cucuteni female figurine. Cucuteni-Trypillian culture, also known as Cucuteni culture (from Romanian), Trypillian culture (from Ukrainian) or Tripolye culture (from Russian), is a Neolithic archaeological culture which existed from approximately ca. 5500-2750 BCE, from the Carpathian Mountains to the Dniester and Dnieper regions in modern-day Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine. Ancient Goddesses, Gods And Goddesses, Earth Goddess, Art Premier, Mother Goddess, Ceramic Figures, Sacred Feminine, Bronze Age, Ancient Artifacts
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Cucuteni Fertility Godess: La culture de Cucuteni-Trypillia, également connue comme culture de Cucuteni, culture de Tripolye et culture de Trypillia, selon qu'on adopte un point de vue roumain (Cucuteni), russe (Триполье) ou ukrainien (Трипілля)

Inland Grizzly Bears wake from hibernation very hungry and immediately begin to eat large quantities of grasses and plants, which make up the majority of their diet. One of their favorite treats is the Dandelion plant. Big Bear, Love Bear, Vida Animal, Mundo Animal, Bear Animal, Beautiful Creatures, Animals Beautiful, Cute Animals, Beautiful Eyes

Grizzly in the candy store - Photo and Comment by Robert McRae: Inland Grizzly Bears wake from hibernation very hungry and immediately begin to eat large quantities of grasses and plants, which make.

Rare Phoenician Owl - Tridacne (shell). Phoenician, ca. 8th century B.C.E… Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Bronze Age, Owl Art, Archaeology, Owl Eyes

Rare tridacne shell sculpted in the shape of a bird of prey (probably an owl). Phoenician, ca.

WFA Werner Forman Archive - "The soul catcher was the most important item used by curing shamans. When sickness was believed to be the result of the soul leaving the body, a shaman was hired to search for the errant soul which he enticed to enter his soul-catcher. Securely sealed within, it could be carried back to the patient. Country of Origin: Northwest Coast of America. Culture: Tlingit. Material Size: l=12cms, bone and abalone shell. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Canadian Museum of Civilization . Location: 24." Medicine Wheel, Indigenous Art, Lucky Charm, Voodoo, Native American Art, Healer, Bones, Art Forms, Culture

WFA Werner Forman Archive - "The Soul Catcher was the most important item used…

Двуликий, фигура из  песчаника. Holzgerlingen, Германия, c500-400BC.:

Двуликий, фигура из песчаника. Holzgerlingen, Германия, c500-400BC.:

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