God and Goddess Images Freya – Norse goddess of love, war, fertility and death. Lilith – Mesopotamian goddess of agriculture/fertility, also associated with darkness and wind(Lil translates as “nocturnal” in Hebrew but means “wind” in Sumerian. Read more about Lilith(offsite link). Jupiter – King of the Gods and Roman equivalent of Zeus. God of sky […]
Pagan Poet is home to hundreds of great public domain images. In fact, all site images, unless stated otherwise, reside in the public domain and are free to download. enjoy!
Here’s “fairy mum”, “fairy cup”, “fairy night” and John Bauer’s “fairy queen”. We’ve even got Alexander Mann’s wonderful “The Long Cry of the Reeds at Evening”. And, John Atkinson’s “Spirit of the Night”. All the world is made of faith, and trust, and pixie dust. – J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan All site images, unless otherwise […]
Animals includes: Gray Wolf, Kodiak Brown Bear, Leopard, Lion, Penquins, Pig, Red Wolf, Dog, Tiger, Goat, Coyote, Cat, Snowy Owl, Artic Fox, Bison, Ferret, Orca Whale, Sea Lions, Panthera, Zebra, Turtle, Frog, Horse, Raccoon, Squirrel, Cheetah and more. All site images, unless otherwise stated, are Public Domain. Enjoy!
I am tired, beloved, of chafing my heart against the want of you; of squeezing it into little ink drops, and posting it. And I scald alone, here, under the fire of the great moon. -Amy Lowell see also: Moon Mythology see also: Moon Phases All site images, unless otherwise stated, are Public Domain. Enjoy!
Enjoy these Inspirational Picture Quotes from the likes of Doreen Valiente, Z. Budapest, Buddha, Cicero, Rumi, Mahatma Gandhi, Emily Dickinson, Chief Seattle, Scott Cunningham, Dion Fortune, Joseph Campbell, William Blake, Standing Bear, and many more. All site images, unless otherwise stated, are Public Domain. Enjoy!
“The first time I called myself a ‘Witch’ was the most magical moment of my life.” – Margot Adler, Drawing Down the Moon: Witches, Druids, Goddess-Worshipers, and Other Pagans in America “There are some things, after all, that Sally Owens knows for certain: Always throw spilled salt over your left shoulder. Keep rosemary by your […]
Siren and Mermaids In Old English, a merwif, or mermaid, comes from the union of mere, or “sea”, and maid, or young girl. British folklore tells of mermaids bringing or provoking disaster and as a sign of impending bad weather while Scottish Gaelic legend has it that a maighdean na tuinne (“maid of the wave”) or […]