Rhiannon, Welsh Horse Goddess Her name, Rhiannon, derives from a Proto-Celtic root which means "great queen," and by taking a man as her spouse, she grants him sovereignty as king of the land. In addition, Rhiannon possesses a set of magical birds, who can soothe the living into a deep slumber, or wake the dead from their eternal sleep. Primarily, though, Rhiannon is associated with the horse, which appears prominently in much of Welsh and Irish mythology.
Space week: no electricity for a week!!! Let's see how people handle that... Mwahahahhahahaha People spend too much time on the Internet Says me who has been pinning for the last hour But seriously Get out there people!!!!! Read a book from time to time God I'm so mean
You've heard of grounding and centering, but just what are these things? How do you do them? Learn here- you don't need to be Wiccan to reap the benefits from learning to ground and center, but it is a must for Wiccans to learn.
The Hoplomachus gladiator helmet. The Hoplomachus is often confused with the thraex, and indeed they have many pieces of equipment in common. The word is from the Greek, meaning simply ‘armed fighter’. They both had the distinctive forward-curving crested visored helmet, though that of the hoplomachus did not appear to have the griffin’s head on its crest. Both had the same high greaves, and padded leg wrappings, fasciae.
Xerxes I Xerxes I (ruled 486-465 BCE), also known as Xerxes the Great, was the king of the Persian Achaemenid Empire. His official title was Shahanshah which, though usually translated as `emperor’, actually means `king of kings’. He is identified as the Ahasuerus of Persia in the biblical Book of Esther
Muma padurii- Romanian folklore: an ugly and mean old hag that lived in the forest. She kidnaps children and enslaves them, though some she eats. She can shapeshift and lives in a dark hidden little house.