Sacred groves

Sacred groves

Tommy Bahama Sacred Groves Short Halter Dress

Tommy Bahama Sacred Groves Short Halter Dress

VIVIAN is one of the many names of the "Lady of the Lake" in the Arthurian legends. "Lady of the Lake" may have been a title that was applied to a priestess. Or it may represent memories of a Celtic lake Goddess or fairy. She is also Nimue of the sacred groves and one of the four queens who bore Arthur away to the Isle of Avalon after he was mortally wounded. Her realm is Fate and the land of the dead or Otherworld. (read more: http://www.thaliatook.com/AMGG/vivian.php)

Vivian, the Lady of the Lake in Arthurian legend from the World Goddess Oracle by Thalia Took.

Sacred grove - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaSacred groves have survived in the Baltic states longer than in other parts of Europe. The main Baltic Prussian sanctuary, which is also considered a sacred grove was Romowe. An important wave of destruction of sacred groves was carried out in the lands of present-day Lithuania after its Christianization in 1387, and in Samogitia in 1413. However, some groves, such as in Šventybrastis, still survive in Lithuania. A sacred grove is known as…

Sacred grove - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Druids Trees:  The #Stag Lord. ★ The word "druid" means "oak-knower."  Druids venerated trees and worshiped in Sacred Groves called "Nemetons."

The Stag Lord. The word "druid" means "oak-knower." Druids venerated trees and worshiped in Sacred Groves called Nemetons.

Sacred geometry - repinned by www.earthangel-family.de

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Lea Turto: Sacred Groves | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Lea Turto: Sacred Groves

Lea Turto: Sacred Groves | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

|| What it is like living in an intentional community - this one is overseas, called Sacred Groves ||

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During our stay at Sacred Groves for the Offbeat Empire staff retreat last week, I discovered the chair meant for me. The Back Jack.

Grab a Back Jack for floor-sitting

During our stay at Sacred Groves for the Offbeat Empire staff retreat last week, I discovered the chair meant for me. The Back Jack.

Communes: the pros & cons of intentional community

Sacred Groves, Early Retirement, Third, Cottages, Parenting, Cabin

Nemetona, or ‘she of the sacred grove’, is a Celtic goddess with roots in northeastern Gaul. She is thought to have been the eponymous deity of the Germano-Celtic people known as the Nemetes. Her name is derived from the Celtic root nemeto-, referring to consecrated religious spaces, particularly sacred groves. She has thus been taken to be a guardian goddess of open-air places of worship.

Nemetona - Wikipedia She of the sacred grove (nemeton)

Beautiful cottage; the main room is a large circular space with smaller private rooms off it. I love it!

Yurts, slugs, and life in a temperate rainforest

Beautiful energetically sound round cottages nestled into the land and surroundings.

A twenty-year effort to protect and manage tiny remnants of a dilapidated forest in Benin, along with its agricultural and fallow vegetation surroundings, resulted in 14 ha of rich secondary forest, which corresponds to the size of nearly 20 sacred groves. This sanctuary now protects the critically endangered red-bellied monkey together with 52 endangered plant species.

During the last twenty years, scientists worked hard to protect and restore the scattered patches of a dilapidated forest and its surroundings of agricultural and fallow vegetation in southern Benin.

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