Sacred Grove Yoshida Tōshi (Japan, Tokyo, 1911-1995) Japan, 1941 Prints; woodcuts Color woodblock print Image: 9 9/16 x 6 7/8 in. (24.29 x 17.46 cm); Sheet: 10 9/16 x 8 in. (26.82 x 20.32 cm) Gift of Chuck Bowdlear, Ph.D., and John Borozan, M.A. (M.2000.105.126) Japanese Art

Sacred Grove by Toshi Yoshida (Tokyo, Japan, 1941 Prints; woodcuts color woodblock print Image: 9 x 6 in.

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:

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

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 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

Love of the Goddess: Nemetona, Goddess of the Sacred Groves

Nemetona is a Germanic-Celtic goddess of the forests and groves. In the ancient Celtic world deities were worshiped in the groves as the.

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Of course I want to see the famous ruins of Chichen Itza as well, but while I'm there. Sacred Groves of Chichen Itza, Mexico

Sacred Groves and Ravaged Gardens: The Fiction of Eudora Welty, Carson McCullers, and Flannery O'connor

Sacred Groves and Ravaged Gardens: The Fiction of Eudora Welty, Carson McCullers, and Flannery O'connor

Balanis is the nymph of acorn-bearing trees such as the holm and oak. She can often be found in the trees down by the river-side and in the sacred groves.  Beautiful girl with the green oak leaves instead her hair. Artwork was inspired by ancient Greek statues of Kores.  Fantasy art / illustration, pastel painting, soft pastels on paper, 2017.  © Clipso-Callipso / Julia Khoroshikh  #dryad #Hamadryad #goddess #spirit #nature #Greek #pagan #Haya #divinefeminine #beautifulbizarre…

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БОГОЛЕСЬЕ —BOGOLESE - sacred groves. Slavs living in the woods for the trees treated with great reverence, giving almost every supernatural properties. Groves and woods revered holy places, because their greens adorned the world, gave shelter and food to our ancestors, was a sign of special favor of the gods to humans. Therefore, and pray in the groves and forests. Well, if there is still water ran this place was particularly successful for a prayer. It was called Bogolesem.

World Tree, the tree of life - in Slavic mythology this plant represents the world axis, the center of the world and the incarnation of the universe as a whole. Crown of the world tree reaching the sky, roots dwelling in the underworld.

The Sacred Grove in Palmyra, NY. LDS church history site. On my wish list!

The Sacred Grove in Palmyra, NY. We feel so blessed to be only 45 minutes away from this sacred place.

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'Sacred Grove' by Gavin McWilliam and Andrew Wilson for the Singapore Garden Festival Winner of Gold and Best in Show

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)

Mawphlang Sacred Groves...thanks to the Blah clan

Ancient monoliths in Mawphlang sacred grove, India