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Seems legit.

Seems legit.

The Daily FAIL: Take Tuesday in a New Direction - Cheezburger

The Daily FAIL: Take Tuesday in a New Direction - Cheezburger

25 Star Wars Memes That Are Danker Than Dagobah

25 Star Wars Memes That Are Danker Than Dagobah

daniel sharman

daniel sharman

Spellbinding

Spellbinding

Searching in the water...

Searching in the water...

Nornas ::Kuld, Berdandi & Urd:: Sisters Three, Goddesses of Fate and Destiny. They care for the tree of life Yggdrasil. You will find them at the base of Yggdrasil in the realm of Asgard. Each day the Norns sprinkle water from the well of Urd and mised clay to place on the roots of Yggdrasil to prevent decay or at least slow it down. "Urd is the Crone and represents the past. Verdandi is the mother and represents the present. Skuld is the maiden and is always looking into the future.

Nornas ::Kuld, Berdandi & Urd:: Sisters Three, Goddesses of Fate and Destiny. They care for the tree of life Yggdrasil. You will find them at the base of Yggdrasil in the realm of Asgard. Each day the Norns sprinkle water from the well of Urd and mised clay to place on the roots of Yggdrasil to prevent decay or at least slow it down. "Urd is the Crone and represents the past. Verdandi is the mother and represents the present. Skuld is the maiden and is always looking into the future.

Ben Holtrop

Ben Holtrop

Pele the volcano goddess of Hawaii..she is fire but she is always creating and always expanding her land to create more life no matter the obstacle

Pele the volcano goddess of Hawaii..she is fire but she is always creating and always expanding her land to create more life no matter the obstacle

Ivan Kupala Day (Midsummer) Kupala Night, also known as Ivan Kupala Day. It is celebrated on the night of 23/24 June. Calendar-wise, it is opposite to the winter holiday Koliada. The celebration relates to the summer solstice when nights are the shortest and includes a number of Slavic rituals.

Ivan Kupala Day (Midsummer) Kupala Night, also known as Ivan Kupala Day. It is celebrated on the night of 23/24 June. Calendar-wise, it is opposite to the winter holiday Koliada. The celebration relates to the summer solstice when nights are the shortest and includes a number of Slavic rituals.