Lilith: Wild Demon of Sex and Death
Meet Lilith, Adam's first wife, who left him because he refused to let her get on top. She then became Satan's favorite wife and the Queen of Hell. Or so say centuries of Judeo-Christian lore.
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Timeless Myths: Norse Mythology
Discover with Timeless Myths through the cold and forsaken world of the Norse gods. Timeless tales of gods and heroes, from the beginning of time to Ragnarok.
Norse Crisis flowchart (source link at bottom)
Lucifer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
( or ) is the rendering of the word in . This word, transliterated or , occurs only once in the and according to the KJV-influenced means "shining one, morning star, Lucifer". The word is taken from the , which translates הֵילֵל as , meaning...
Facts & Figures: Enchanted Objects
Facts & Figures about Enchanted objects and animals that belonged to deities, heroes and heroines, rulers.
Selkie, Mythology Magic & Fantasy
Selkie - Myth, Magic and Fantasy: These are seals that can transform into humans to come onto land. They do this by removing...
Olaf The Glorious by Robert Leighton
'Olaf The Glorious' Contains stories of King Olaf, a man who reigned as King of Norway nine centuries ago. The sagas were handed down from generation to generation by word of mouth. Author: Robert Leighton. Category: Norse. Year: 1934. Words: 93,252.
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Norse Mythology Dictionary
This glossary of Norse Mythology gives brief descriptions of the many characters involved in the stories and legends of Norse mythology.
The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia...
, also known as , is a 10th century . It is considered the oldest extant and an early example of proto-. Specifically, it is among the first texts of any culture assuming the Moon to be an inhabited world and describing travel between it and the Ea...
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Encyclopedia Mythica: Norse mythology.
The available articles in the Norse mythology area.