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Woman adorned like a Chinese goddess poses in a garden in California, 1915. 🌺 Image source: Franklin Price Knott, National Geografic

Woman adorned like a Chinese goddess poses in a garden in California, Photograph by Franklin Price Knott, National Geographic Creative

Druids Trees:  Spirit of the grove.

Blodeuwedd - This beautiful Welsh Goddess’ name means ‘flower face.’ She was conjured by dark magic to be a man's wife.

Paul Bergon “Woman Posing in a Garden" 1910s

liquidnight: Paul Bergon Untitled (Woman Posing in a Garden) Autochrome, circa 1910 From Impressionist Camera: Pictorial Photography in Europe,

A Lay Flowers, Avalokitesvara Guan Yin (The Goddess of Mercy) by Jong Gu Lee. Korean Art Museum Association

A Lay Flowers, Avalokitesvara Guan Yin (The Goddess of Mercy) by Jong Gu Lee…

Selene was worshiped on the days of full and new moons. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Selene was worshiped on the days of full and new moons. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Arianrhod by Jessica Galbreth

Jessica Galbreth Arianrhod Goddess Figurine from Celtic Goddess Series 3

A Young Mexican Woman 1928

The history of lace: A young Mexican woman poses in a black mantilla costume, 1928

Xi Hou (“SHEE-ho”). Also Hsi-Hou; a Chinese goddess titled “Mother of the Ten Suns.” In ancient Chinese folklore, ten suns light the Earth in rotation, and are depicted as glorious, phoenix-like sun-birds. Each morning Xi Hou bathes her sun children and places one into a dragon-drawn chariot, to be carried across the sky for that day. In other myths, she hangs them in a sacred tree, like beautiful lanterns.

Hsi-Ho - Chinese sun goddess, with legend

Moroccan Jewish woman.

For Jewish women the Talmud and Midrash created rules for Jewish women to cover their hair as part of religious observation. The Talmud not only regarded women’s hair as beautiful, but as erotic; and for that reason it had to be covered.

The daughter of a conquistadore poses in her elaborate poncho in La Paz, Bolivia, February 1927. PHOTOGRAPH BY W. ROBERT MOORE, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

Photos from 1920's National Geographic Society

The daughter of a conquistadore poses in her elaborate poncho in La Paz, Bolivia, February 1927

The Goddess of Lotus Roselle by lorland.chen

ImagineFX issue 77 cover By digital artist Lorland Chen

William-Adolphe_Bouguereau_(1825-1905)_-_Two_Sisters_(2)

Two Sisters 1901 - William Adolphe Bouguereau. I absolutely adore this picture. It reminds me of my sister and I :)

Egyptian Dancers. Scan from the National Geographic 1963

Courtesy of National Geographic, circa

Leni would love to travel across India and Nepal

Let’s Travel in India ed. Darlene Geis A Travel Press Book published in 1960

Jean-Baptiste Tournassoud Portrait of Geo with shawl [Georgette Tournassoud, aka "Geo", wife of Jean-Baptiste Tournassoud] [P01] 1910 (ca) Fresson carbon print from an Autochrome Lumière 13 x 18 cm

Jean-Baptiste Tournassoud Portrait of Geo with shawl [Georgette Tournassoud, aka "Geo", wife of Jean-Baptiste Tournassoud] 1910 (ca) Fresson carbon print from an Autochrome Lumière 13 x 18 cm

kwan seum bosal | Journeying to the Goddess

Dae-Soon (Korean) - Moon Goddess

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