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"Um dia uma gaivota mágica jogou um feitiço em Sedna prometendo-lhe riqueza e uma vida confortável. A jovem aceitou o convite da gaivota e seguiu-a rumo ao lar dos pássaros. Chegando lá Sedna se viu enganda, sendo submetida a maus tratos, pobreza e escravidão. Quando seu pai foi visitá-la ela pediu ajuda contando-lhe sua verdadeira situação naquele lugar.

"Um dia uma gaivota mágica jogou um feitiço em Sedna prometendo-lhe riqueza e uma vida confortável. A jovem aceitou o convite da gaivota e seguiu-a rumo ao lar dos pássaros. Chegando lá Sedna se viu enganda, sendo submetida a maus tratos, pobreza e escravidão. Quando seu pai foi visitá-la ela pediu ajuda contando-lhe sua verdadeira situação naquele lugar.

4113  Two Eskimo masks  Both with painted details on white, one depicting a seal with human faces, the other similarly done and rendered as a gull.  length 17 and 12in

4113 Two Eskimo masks Both with painted details on white, one depicting a seal with human faces, the other similarly done and rendered as a gull. length 17 and 12in

Jurata is a baltic deity, a  sea goddess ruling over all sea life. She resided in an amber palace. She fell in love with a mortal man and her father Perkunas (Perun) was so mad, he destroyed her castle and even today people say if parts of amber are found on the shore it is the remains of Jurata's palace.

Jurata is a baltic deity, a sea goddess ruling over all sea life. She resided in an amber palace. She fell in love with a mortal man and her father Perkunas (Perun) was so mad, he destroyed her castle and even today people say if parts of amber are found on the shore it is the remains of Jurata's palace.

Sedna, Sanna, Arnaqquassaaq, Arnaa, Nerrivik, Nuliajuk, Arnapkapfaaluk, Takánakapsâluk, Mother of the Deep, Mother of the Sea, Mistress of the Sea, Big Bad Woman, Table, Inuit Goddess of the Sea and Sea Creatures  Song: Sedna by Heather Dale  Channel: Aubrey Coletti

Sedna, Sanna, Arnaqquassaaq, Arnaa, Nerrivik, Nuliajuk, Arnapkapfaaluk, Takánakapsâluk, Mother of the Deep, Mother of the Sea, Mistress of the Sea, Big Bad Woman, Table, Inuit Goddess of the Sea and Sea Creatures Song: Sedna by Heather Dale Channel: Aubrey Coletti

“Macha (pronounced MOCK-uh) is an Irish war Goddess, strongly linked to the land. Several Goddesses or heroines bear Her name, but She is generally thought of as one aspect of the triple death-Goddess the Mórrígan (the “Great Queen” or “Phantom Queen”), consisting of Macha ‘Raven’, Badb ‘Scald Crow’ or ‘Boiling’, and Nemain ‘Battle Fury’. Macha is associated with both horses and crows.

Goddess Macha

“Macha (pronounced MOCK-uh) is an Irish war Goddess, strongly linked to the land. Several Goddesses or heroines bear Her name, but She is generally thought of as one aspect of the triple death-Goddess the Mórrígan (the “Great Queen” or “Phantom Queen”), consisting of Macha ‘Raven’, Badb ‘Scald Crow’ or ‘Boiling’, and Nemain ‘Battle Fury’. Macha is associated with both horses and crows.

Sedna, Inuit Goddess of the Deep Sea, was forced to descend to Adlivum, the Land of the Dead. A shaman must descend to Sedna and soothe her by massaging her aching limbs and combing her hair. Only when she is properly comforted will Sedna permit the shaman to return to the people and inform them that she will send the animals to be hunted so that they will not face starvation.

Sedna, Inuit Goddess of the Deep Sea, was forced to descend to Adlivum, the Land of the Dead. A shaman must descend to Sedna and soothe her by massaging her aching limbs and combing her hair. Only when she is properly comforted will Sedna permit the shaman to return to the people and inform them that she will send the animals to be hunted so that they will not face starvation.

The Chinese goddess Mazu originated with the deification of a young woman named Lin Mo Niang who had performed numerous miracles during her short life. A kind-hearted girl with a vast knowledge of Chinese medicine, she was known as a healer, curing the sick while teaching people how to prevent illness and injury. One legend ascribes her mystical powers to an event that took place when she was fifteen. Going with her girlfriends to check out their new dresses in the reflections of a pool, a…

The Chinese goddess Mazu originated with the deification of a young woman named Lin Mo Niang who had performed numerous miracles during her short life. A kind-hearted girl with a vast knowledge of Chinese medicine, she was known as a healer, curing the sick while teaching people how to prevent illness and injury. One legend ascribes her mystical powers to an event that took place when she was fifteen. Going with her girlfriends to check out their new dresses in the reflections of a pool, a…

Celtic Goddess Brighid  Origins of Brighid: In Irish mythological cycles, Brighid (or Brighit), whose name is derived from the Celtic brig or "exalted one", is the daughter of the Dagda, and therefore one of the Tuatha de Dannan. Her two sisters were also called Brighid, and were associated with healing and crafts. The three Brighids were typically treated as three aspects of a single deity, making her a classic Celtic triple goddess.

Celtic Goddess Brighid Origins of Brighid: In Irish mythological cycles, Brighid (or Brighit), whose name is derived from the Celtic brig or "exalted one", is the daughter of the Dagda, and therefore one of the Tuatha de Dannan. Her two sisters were also called Brighid, and were associated with healing and crafts. The three Brighids were typically treated as three aspects of a single deity, making her a classic Celtic triple goddess.