African Mythology

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History of Amazon Warrior Women In Ancient Civilizations fantasy art

History of Warrior Women of Ancient Civilizations around the world from Zenobia, Dahomey Amazons, Queen Boudicca, Queen Nzinga & Inanna/Ishtar

Little Princess II, an art print by Clarence Bateman

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Rainy Night

Blend Recipe: 4 drops Lavender, 4 drops Cedarwood, 4 drops Grapefruit

Serpopard - An animal of Ancient Egypt, it was associated with protection and royalty

Serpopard - An animal of Ancient Egypt, it was associated with protection and royalty

De Loys' Ape

In 1920, while camped near a River in Columbia, Swiss geologist François de Loys and his expedition team shot and killed a strange, monkey-like creature. Many zoologists and cryptozoologists believe...

Myth of the flying Africans: Wallace Quarterman, an African-American born in 1844 who was interviewed in 1930, when asked if he had heard about the Igbo landing states: Ain't you heard about them? Well, at that time Mr.Blue he was the overseer and Mr.Blue he go down one morning with a long whip for to whip them good; Anyway, he whipped them good and they got together and stuck that hoe in the field and then rose up in the sky and turned themselves into buzzards and flew. Wikipedia/Donovan…

Donovan Nelson

Donovan Nelson at Valentine Museum of Art

The Dingonek is a cryptid seen in the rivers and lakes of western Africa's Congolese jungles. At the Brackfontein Ridge in South Africa is a cave painting of an unknown creature that fits the description of the Dingonek, right down to its walrus-like tusks. It has been described as 12-feet in length, with a square head, a long horn, saber-like canines and a tail complete with a bony, dart-like appendage that secretes a deadly poison. This creature is also covered in a scaly, mottled…

The Dingonek is a cryptid seen in the rivers and lakes of western Africa's Congolese jungles. At the Brackfontein Ridge in South Africa is a cave painting of an unknown creature that fits the description of the Dingonek, right down to its walrus-like tusks. It has been described as 12-feet in length, with a square head, a long horn, saber-like canines and a tail complete with a bony, dart-like appendage that secretes a deadly poison. This creature is also covered in a scaly, mottled…

The Queen of Cups for my Fairytale Tarot: Myths Legends and Deities From Around the World This is the goddess Yemoja. Part of African diaspora, she is worshiped in western Africa as well as parts of...

Yoshi Yoshitani

The Queen of Cups for my Fairytale Tarot: Myths Legends and Deities From Around the World This is the goddess Yemoja. Part of African diaspora, she is worshiped in western Africa as well as parts of...

Papa Legba color by Arthammer on deviantART

Papa Legba color by EricNocellaDiaz on DeviantArt

My second Hole entry in full color for John Jennings - The Hole pin up book. Colors on this one by the awesome Grimbro ([link]) Thanks Grimmy! My lines ... Papa Legba color