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Briah as a young maiden gathering flowers from the meadow. She wears a crown, though orphaned, knowing by blood that she is a princess.

Briah as a young maiden gathering flowers from the meadow. She wears a crown, though orphaned, knowing by blood that she is a princess.

In Norse mythology, Aurboða (Old Norse “gravel-bidder” or “gravel-offerer”) is a Mountain Frost Jötunn (Giantess), wife to the Jötunn Gymir, and mother of Gerðr. Gerðr was a beautiful Jötunn who was coerced into marrying the Norse God Freyr after initially refusing despite both bribes and threats. However after a further series of threats by Skírnir she finally agrees

In Norse mythology, Aurboða (Old Norse “gravel-bidder” or “gravel-offerer”) is a Mountain Frost Jötunn (Giantess), wife to the Jötunn Gymir, and mother of Gerðr. Gerðr was a beautiful Jötunn who was coerced into marrying the Norse God Freyr after initially refusing despite both bribes and threats. However after a further series of threats by Skírnir she finally agrees

Symbolism of the Mermaid    Appropriate to their ambiguous nature, mermaids are slippery creatures, at home in a range of contexts, from the oral traditions of folklore to manifestations of high art. It’s impossible to track a consistent path down which our idea of the mermaid has developed.

Symbolism of the Mermaid Appropriate to their ambiguous nature, mermaids are slippery creatures, at home in a range of contexts, from the oral traditions of folklore to manifestations of high art. It’s impossible to track a consistent path down which our idea of the mermaid has developed.

Carlin was the Scottish Goddess who embodied the spirit of the eve of Samhain (Halloween), the night the year turned to winter, and the ghosts of the dead roamed the world of the living. ::Owner and link unknown::

Carlin was the Scottish Goddess who embodied the spirit of the eve of Samhain (Halloween), the night the year turned to winter, and the ghosts of the dead roamed the world of the living. ::Owner and link unknown::

5. Socialize. Being stuck in your head, worrying and fretting about some imagined and feared future event is the ultimate form of withdrawal. By putting your focus on someone else, it engages your mind with a new activity & gives you perspective beyond yourself. When you connect, it broadens your perspective and helps draw you back into the rhythm of life.

5. Socialize. Being stuck in your head, worrying and fretting about some imagined and feared future event is the ultimate form of withdrawal. By putting your focus on someone else, it engages your mind with a new activity & gives you perspective beyond yourself. When you connect, it broadens your perspective and helps draw you back into the rhythm of life.

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