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The Moon has fascinated us for centuries and inspired countless legends. Let's…

Moon Phases and Phenomena [INFOGRAPHIC] The Moon has fascinated us for centuries and inspired countless legends. Let's look at the major lunar phases and phenomena—and the myths they've inspired.

Our life is psychological, and the purpose of life is to make psyche of it, to find connections between life and soul  -James Hillman

Chasing The Moon - Catrin Welz-Stein - Moon kite ! I believe I can fly your moon kite.

Mother Earth is believed to be the one who people come from in Native American myth. Father Sky was the other but Mother Earth is who they thought would be the one to give them what they needed and to give thanks to her was important.

10 Interesting Myths and Legends About the Moon

Moon Goddess, Draped in her glimmering veil of stars, the Goddess Selene tenderly guides the moon on its celestial journey, keeping watch over the night bathed earth. Her face is lit by the gentle glow of moonbeams.

Ixchel, the aged jaguar goddess of midwifery and medicine in ancient Maya culture. According to Mayan mythology, Ixchel was married, but had other lovers. When her husband got very jealous of her, she made herself invisible to him and spent her nights assisting women in childbirth. As protector of mothers and children, she is often depicted as a maiden with a rabbit, a symbol of fertility and abundance.

“Ixchel, the aged jaguar goddess of midwifery and medicine in ancient Maya culture. According to Mayan mythology, Ixchel was married, but had other lovers. When her husband got very jealous of her,.

In Norse mythology, Sköll is a wolf that chases the horses Árvakr and Alsviðr, that drag the chariot which contains the sun through the sky every day, trying to eat her. Sköll has a brother, Hati, who chases Máni, the moon. At Ragnarök, both Sköll and Hati will succeed in their quests.

"Sköll is a wolf that chases the horses Árvakr and Alsviðr, that drag the chariot which contains the sun through the sky every day, trying to eat her.

Metztli was an Aztec goddess of the moon, the night and farmers. Known as the Queen of the Night to the Otomi people, she represented the moon and the earth simultaneously.

Mythology ~ Metztli was an Aztec goddess of the moon, the night and farmers. Known as the Queen of the Night to the Otomi people, she represented the moon and the earth simultaneously.

I think it's important not to forget your past because it's part of what makes you who you are.

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Chang'er from Chinese mythology, who resides on the moon with a pet rabbit who concocts all sorts of things

collective-history: “ Chang’e or Chang-O, originally known as Heng’e or Heng-O, is the Chinese goddess of the Moon. Unlike many lunar deities in other cultures who personify the Moon, Chang’e only.

The list of Slavic Mythology gods and creatures...

The list of Slavic Mythology gods and creatures...

Sidon will always be Mipha cute little brother, to his embarrassment! | Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild

Sidon will always be Mipha cute little brother, to his embarrassment! | Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild

Kuu is a Moon goddess in Finnish mythology. According to the Kalevala, the…

The Priestess archetype is the domain of intuitive awareness and insight, of secret or “occult” (that which is hidden) knowledge of the unknown, spirit realm. Drawing by Ethel Larcombe