by Juha Pentikäinen MYTHOLOGIA FENNICA, eller förklaring öfver de nomina propria deastrorum, idolorum, locorum, virorum &c. eller Afgudar och Afgudinnor, Forntidens Märkelige Personer,… 11 deviations. Kalevala. 40 deviations. Both celestial bodies are some 800 light years away from Earth. Mielikki was especially prayed to when one wanted to hunt smaller animals, like rabbits and birds. Finnish mythology is a commonly applied description of the folklore of Finnish paganism, of which a modern revival is practiced by a small percentage of the Finnish people.It has many features shared with Estonian and other Finnic mythologies, but also shares some similarities with neighbouring Baltic, Slavic and, to a lesser extent, Norse mythologies. Finnish information. Hiisi (root: "hiite-") are a kind of tutelary spirits in mythologies of the Baltic Sea area, especially in Finland.Most often they are considered to be malicious or at … Hunters prayed to Mielikki for game, even more so than to Tapio. 2013. hiirulainen; hiiskahdus; Look at other dictionaries: The origin of the word has long been debated. (parent to child) Varo, ettei kaivohiisi vie sinua! Gods are often known by several names. hiisi • pixy • demon • place of sacrifice • troll • devil • pixie • nix. The hiisi are type of goblin from Finnish mythology. Synty ('origin, birth, aetiology', pl. Finnish Mythology Part 2 - Finnish Mythology Part 2 Part 1 | Part 2 In the first part of this series I talked about the concept of soul that ancient Finns had. Hiisi, Goblins in Finnish Folklore. Tapio, also called Metsähine, or Hiisi, the Finnish god of the forest and ruler of the game therein. Finnish Demon. We have tried to collect as many Holy Aliases as possible. Animals in Finnish Mythology and Folklore. Hiisi, eine alte Gottheit der alten Finnen, Sohn des Riesen Kalewa, wohnte an furchtbaren Orten, Waldschluchten etc., galt als Bezähmer der wilden Thiere, als welcher zu ihm gebetet wurde A malicious creature in Finnish mythology. Creatures in Finnish Mythology and Folklore 21. Finland is no exception, and mythical creatures remained very much part of Finnish folklore until the country’s rapid urbanisation during the 20th century. (mild expletive) goblin, devil, demon, hell. She is mentioned in the 45th rune of the Kalevala. A malicious creature in Finnish mythology. Other articles where Hiisi is discussed: lud: The Finnish hiisi and Estonian hiis were apparently comparable groves, though little information exists on actual sacrifices or other ceremonies in them. Its Sun-like host star received the name Horna, an old Finnish word referring to a fiery place or the underworld. Kaleva - also known as Kalevi or Kalev - and his sons are important heroic figures in Estonian, Finnish and Karelian mythology.In the Finnish epic Kalevala, he is an ancient Finnish ruler. spoiler These aren't really spoilers for the game, but instead this is about the mythology that the game's core story draws from: 44 deviations. — Be careful that the well-demon doesn't get you! It intoxicates us with (mad) creativity, a sense of community and a desire to interpret Finnish mythology into beers with character. In Finnish mythology, earth spirits guard the earth and soil, take care of soil fertility etc. Best played with headphones. Now I’m … Finnish translation by Brita Löflund; ed. He was a personified form of the various forest spirits important to hunters dependent on the forest for their livelihood. North From This World. Tuoni, Death, from Tuonela Deadland. Mielikki, Mielutar or Mieluutar is the wife of Tapio and the mistress of forest. The Finnish exoplanet HAT-P-38b, a gas giant, was named Hiisi, referring to ancient holy sites in Baltic-Finnic mythology. Hiisi could have been a troll or a giant like creature but in the earliest mythical layers hiisi was a sacred place, a grove in nature where people went to worship old pagan gods. She is mentioned in hunting spells from White Karelia and Northern Ostrobothnia. In Estonian mythology and Friedrich Reinhold Kreutzwald's epic poem Kalevipoeg, King Kalev was the father of King Kalevipoeg and the husband of Linda It is connected to the Estonian mythology, but also shares a lot of similarities with Slavic and Baltic mythologies, combining the beautiful, whimsical worlds. Joukahainen. Kalevala. hiisi (Finnish)Pronunciation. Mikä hiisi sinua pidätteli? "Lappalainen" (plural lappalaiset) is a term that usually refers to a Sámi person. High-quality Finnish Mythology Greeting Cards designed and sold by artists. First in a planned series on myths, legends and folklore. 1789) by Christfrid Ganander. Se encuentran en lugares cercanos a los… Finnish Mythology Finnish religious leaders were usually called shamans. Finnish mythology survived within an oral tradition of mythical poem-singing and folklore well into the 19th century. Excerpt: The Kalevala (IPA: ) is a 19th century work of epic poetry compiled by Elias L nnrot from Finnish and Karelian oral folklore and mythology. In Ingria sacred groves were still in use during the latter part of the 19th century, where prayers and offerings were directed to Ukko, a… Finnish Mythology & Folklore; the Hiisi, the Haltija etc., it is ASMR but the Russian mythology ASMR post was popular, so doing one again :) Close Posted by 58 minutes ago Suomalainen samanismi. Kyllikki. It’s a world from which the ideas flow. synnyt) is an important concept in Finnish mythology. Finnish Mythology - Free download as (.rtf), PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online for free. I am sure that at one point, the peoples of Sweden and Norway also shared the same mythos, but it seemed to have become usurped by the Germanic mythos. Ahti and Hiss: Finnish Mythology (spoilers, kinda?) Emuu´s exists in myths of Finns, Saami´s and Latvians. Pitäisi olla jo matkalla! Share your thoughts, experiences and the tales behind the art. The shamans did magick, conjuration, incantations and spells to control men, animals, divine … Hiisi: | |Hiisi| (plural |hiidet|) is a term in |Baltic-Finnic folklore|, originally denoting... World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled. The Kalevala (Kalevala, ) is a 19th-century work of epic poetry compiled by Elias Lönnrot from Karelian and Finnish oral folklore and mythology. Traditionally and in Finnish folklore it has, however, also been used of other groups of people, such as nomads, those who live by hunting, gathering and fishing, or those who live in remote locations. Shop unique cards for Birthdays, Anniversaries, Congratulations, and more. There’s our home. #209: Mythologia Fennica (1995, orig. Based around the concept of the world tree, which is cut down by hero of the Kalevala Vainamoinen, the Finnish world view and mythology was of a old, Shamanic tradition, fairly removed from what became the Norse Myth cycle, and far older. Other stuff. An alternative to all this. Her children are Nyyrikki and Tuulikki. 21 deviations. — What the devil was it, that held … Finnish paganism, commonly described as Finnish mythology, in general, is quite fascinating. 21 deviations. The first specimen of the particular specie. n Finnish mythology, each animal and plant species have their own emuu. Finnish legendary mortal. 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