#Sacred tree
dicegrimorium · 4 months
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A powerful curse has befallen one of our heroes. A fatal blow has sent the kind druid to the grave, and dark magic is preventing the resurrection.
The rest of the group consulted with wise wizards and mad mages, and they have finally found the answer they’ve been seeking: an artifact able to bring back their companion from the dead no matter what.
A secret, sacred tree is hidden in a location only known to the druids of old and through exciting adventures they’ve reached the mighty tree. Its fruit, from which life energy can be channeled is the objective.
But taking it is no easy task, for ancient guardians guard the precious, juicy artifacts able to lift the curse.
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arjuna-vallabha · 6 months
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Boddhi tree (ficus religiosa) shrine, Thailand
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ire-ethereal · 8 months
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Fortress of Lugh
My interpretation of Lugh's home, and the World Tree within the Otherworld.
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maruhi · 5 months
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sacred tree “Tama-sugi”
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ualthum · 8 months
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Progress shots on this newly commissioned piece. Working with a theme of self-empowerment and a motif of the sacred tree.
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dr-mich · 1 year
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nntober 2021
day 4: Fairy clan
Some royalty fairies 
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hochgouez-nerzhus · 7 months
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Old Yew tree - Crowhurst Church - Surrey - England - Photo by Peter G trimming
The door was in place before 1850, this ancient yew tree is thought to be up to 4000 years old. Despite the trunk being hollow, the tree appears in good health.
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jumy-m · 1 year
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Sacred tree / 御神木 - Jumy-M
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valewright67 · 9 months
So I have decided to undertake a new project, in which I will try to draw a humanoid personification of the Sacred Tree, (they are not turning out NEARLY as androgynous as I had hoped, but I'll figure it out.) Then at least one picture with the Demon King, Supreme Deity, and Sacred Tree together as Siblings™️.
I wanted them to be triplets and have a dynamic of like:
Supreme Deity: So, your majesty, how's it feel being king of a literal hole in the ground?
Demon King: Quite well, I think. Enjoying the bird droppings up there? How many of them are yours?
Supreme Deity: Why you-
Demon King: What? Oh, I see, it's a LOT of them, huh, you feathered bitch?
Supreme Deity, lifting her hands to strangle him: I swear to fucking-
Both, immediately sitting straight and shutting up to eat their food: Sorry...
Sacred Tree, very tired: One family dinner... Just one family dinner a decade, that's all I ask for...
And they both feel a little guilty, because even if they're at each other's throat, because their relatively friendly game has LONG gotten out of hand, they do respect their sibling, even if they do have... odd desires, like- like BONDING TIME and stuff...
The Sacred Tree misses when the three of them were newer to the world and, even though the two had always been rivals, there had been a time when they did actually get along quite well and would cooperate often. Then their game to see who could create the best society out of the three of them warped and turned into the two clans crashing while the faeries tried desperately to stay out of the fray, and the tension and eventual hatred formed between the two gods, and the Sacred Tree was left trying to get them to TALK TO EACH OTHER, C'MON, GUYS!
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arthistorywitches · 1 year
A particular species of tree was continuously mentioned as sacred in various ancient records…. This tree is actually the Near Eastern ficus sicomorus, the sycamore fig…  References to this sacred tree are found in the writings of Egypt, while representations of it appear on Egyptian murals. The Goddess Hathor of Egypt, revered both as the Eye of Wisdom and the Serpent Lady, was also known by another title — the Lady of the Sycamore. This tree was known as the Living Body of Hathor on Earth. To eat of its fruit was to eat of the flesh and fluid of the Goddess... The type of tree represented on the signet rings of Crete was perhaps the same one… Evans suggested that the fig was sacred to the Cretans and described a section of a mural at Knossos where the tree alongside the altar was a fig. He also mentioned a group of sacred trees portrayed within the walls of a Cretan sanctuary, whose foliage showed them to be fig trees. Cretan seals and rings repeatedly depicted the Goddess or Her attendants alongside small fruit trees, caring for them, almost caressing them, as if in sacred devotion. In India, where the fig is known as the “pipal tree,” it is still considered sacred.
When God Was A Woman, Merlin Stone
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my-plastic-life · 1 year
A Feudal Fairy Tale
The time has finally come. This is a project that has been in the works for 11 months, started last November. If we’re being technical, it could be considered a project 17 years in the making considering I first had the idea randomly in high school.
It’s no secret that I’m a massive fan of Inuyasha. I owe a lot to the series. It’s the first anime I ever saw, and it’s what introduced me to the entire anime and manga genre, sparked my interest in Japanese cultures and customs, and has even helped me make some amazing friends. My collection began in high school with the Toynami action figures, and since the release of the show’s sequel (Yashahime) in October 2020, my collection has tripled with new figures, jewelry, and other merchandise.
I also had the 12″ collector’s edition doll in high school, and when I got him in the mail (this was back before eBay had PayPal, so we had to get and send a money order before he even shipped), I was thrilled. I then thought, “You know, he needs a Kagome doll to go with him!” But that was it, and Inuyasha went into a display case, where he stayed for all these years. Until Yashahime dropped.
At that point, I knew I wanted to make a Kagome doll to go with him. I’d made some custom dolls already at this point, so I thought surely I could pull this off. Of course, being a perfectionist with a touch of OCD is both a blessing and a curse...
But at last, this idea has become a reality! In honor of the anime’s 20th anniversary, the manga’s 25th anniversary, and the premiere of the sequel’s second season, meet my one of a kind Kagome Higurashi doll in one-sixth scale! Along with all her props! Posts showing behind the scenes progress photos are coming soon!
Oh, and I’m nothing if not authentic... all these backgrounds are actual scenes from the anime, printed out from paused TV screens!
Traveling through the well:
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She loves her bike!
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Wearing the Shikon No Tama necklace, walking through Kaede’s village:
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Wearing the necklace with the broken jewel:
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Counting the sacred jewel shards (yes, they’re in the bottle - the world’s tiniest bottle of sacred jewel shards!)
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Hit the mark!
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Shooting a sacred arrow:
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Time for ninja food! Inuyasha has his favorite, instant noodles!
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Next up: Dry potatoes! Kagome is like, “Excuse you, but someone else may have wanted some of those chips.”
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Red thread of fate: " An invisible red thread connects those who are destined to meet, regardless of time, place, or circumstance. The thread may stretch or tangle, but will never break."
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“Where we first met.”
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“I wanted to see you.”
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Diorama display (this is inside a bookshelf covered with plexiglass):
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Thank you to all who contributed to making this doll come to life! This wouldn’t be possible without you!
CREDITS: Reroot by Paradise Doll Designs School uniform by elenpriv Priestess outfit by FabHat Backpacks (large and small) by MiniMichCrafts Face paint by me Bow and arrows by me Quiver customization by me School books by me Bike customization by me Sacred jewel shards & bottle by me (bottle was ReMent) Well made by me (with help from my dad and hubby!) Sacred tree by me Shippo by my friend Samantha Rash
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arjuna-vallabha · 2 years
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The Sacred Tree of Takeo Shrine (Takeo's Okusu Tree) Japan
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sabo-pon · 7 months
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700 years old tree
Sapporo, 2022
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psy-rituality · 1 year
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Marcelo Pinel - Sacred Tree
The Sacred Tree provides nourishment in its fruits, encouraging positive inter-relationships among human beings within their physical and spiritual worlds. The leaves of the tree represent the birth, growth, flowering and eventual passing of generations of people.
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redworld96 · 2 years
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A few minutes ago I’ve noticed this back cover from volume 10 of NNT. 
Since King's Gaiden is included in this volume, it is mentioned that King was born and lived in the Fairy Realm with Elaine and Helbram; and by using a projection in the Sacred Tree he watched over the Fairy King Forest (which is in the human world) as you can see in this picture. It was the Helbram incident that led King and Elaine to move to the human world. 
I wish I had noticed this image a long time ago. Especially when people kept uninformed saying that the Sacred Tree "was" that one of the FKF when it has never been like that. In fact, here you can see the two trees are indeed different and live in different realities. 
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sailormoonblue · 2 years
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Inuyasha The Final Act - Episode 25
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