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The Sign of Zalktis (Serpent) -  In Latvian mythology the harmless snake Zalktis was the guardian of wealth and well-being and therefore had to be protected and cared for.

The Sign of Zalktis (Serpent) - In Latvian mythology the harmless snake Zalktis was the guardian of wealth and well-being and therefore had to be protected and cared for.

Latvian symbols (names noted on the left hand side).

Latvian symbols (names noted on the left hand side).

The symbols of ancient Balts

The symbols of ancient Balts

Zalciai - Lithuanian folk symbols.  #pagan #Baltic

Zalciai - Lithuanian folk symbols. #pagan #Baltic

basic symbols in Latvian design

basic symbols in Latvian design

Ragana, Witch, the Seeing. Ragana [ˈrɑ:gʌnʌ] is the Lithuanian goddess who takes care for healing and seeing into the future. Ragana in Lithuanian means the Seeing, which is close to English Witch (who watches) and Slavic Vjed(ż)ma (who knows).

Ragana, Witch, the Seeing. Ragana [ˈrɑ:gʌnʌ] is the Lithuanian goddess who takes care for healing and seeing into the future. Ragana in Lithuanian means the Seeing, which is close to English Witch (who watches) and Slavic Vjed(ż)ma (who knows).

Citation: Portrait of Jackson Pollock, ca. 1928 / unidentified photographer. Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

Citation: Portrait of Jackson Pollock, ca. 1928 / unidentified photographer. Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

Jackson Pollock

Jackson Pollock