Rafał Świerczyński

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Egyptian God Family Tree - Egyptian deities, in various forms and varying degrees of popularity, reigned in Egypt for over years.

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He-Man and the Masters of the Universe ) Deep within the realm of Subternia and reeling from a shocking loss and shattering betrayal, He-Man is overcome and taken prisoner by a surprising enemy.

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Magician invoking Elementals (Gnomes, Undines, Salamanders, Slyphs) from within a Magic Circle. // J. Augustus Knapp (1853-1938); from "The Secret Teachings of All Ages" by Manly P. Hall (1928).

Color plate by Augustus Knapp from "The Secret Teachings of All Ages" by Manly P. Hall - Magician invoking Elementals (Gnomes, Undines, Salamanders, Slyphs) from within a Magic Circle.

The Norns (Old Norse: norn, plural: nornir) in Norse mythology are female beings who rule the destiny of gods and men, a kind of dísir comparable to the Fates in Greek mythology.   the three most important norns, Urðr (Wyrd), Verðandi and Skuld come out from a hall standing at the Well of Urðr (well of fate) and they draw water from the well  .These norns are described as three powerful maiden whose arrival  ended the golden age of the gods.

The Norns (Old Norse: norn, plural: nornir) in Norse mythology are female beings who rule the destiny of gods and men, a kind of dísir comparable to the Fates in Greek mythology. the three most important norns, Urðr (Wyrd), Verðandi and Skuld come out fro

The THREE DAUGHTERS OF CONARAN were three spider-like fates. They were the three daughters of Conaran son of Inidel of the Túatha Dé Danann. The Fíanna encountered them in a cave on the Peak of Ceiscoran while hunting in the area of Magh Chonaill. They appeared as three spinster hags and bound up some of the Fíannna with their spun yarn until other memebers of the Fíanna came to their aid, slaying two of the hags and allowing one to go free.

Much like the Fates in Greek mythology, Norse mythology has a set of goddesses controlling fate and shaping the destiny of men. These are called the Norns: three sisters who are personifications of.