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    ystavyydenmajatalo

    5.9.2017

    Muumitalomaisessa Ystävyyden Majatalossa asuu yleensä noin 7-10 toipujaa, jotka hyvin eri syistä asuvat kanssamme parista kuukaudesta pariin vuoteen. Nyt meillä on taas vapautumassa muutama huone siihen tarkoitukseen. Jos koet tarvitsevasi yhteisöllistä tukea jostain kokemuksesta toipumiseen, uusien asioiden kohtaamiseen ja ihan tavallisen arjen harjoittelemiseen olet tervetullut jakamaan elämääsi kanssamme.

    Kiinnostaisiko yhteisöasuminen Muumital- siis Majatalossa?

    Tulemisesi syyt ja motiivit voivat olla monenlaiset. Ehkä haluat ottaa etäisyyttä vanhoihin kuvioihisi. Ehkä tarvitset sitä harjoitellaksesi arjen vuorovaikutustaitoja. Ehkä kaipaat sitä siksi, että elät muiden kanssa mieluummin kuin yksin.

    Lue lisää~

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    List of characters in Finnish mythology

    This list will be updated frequently, for characters of Kalevala, see this post

    Sky

    Ukko  “high god”, god of thunder, weather & skies, his wife is Akka

    Ilmarinen god of weather and smithing, often mixed with Ukko (maybe the same deity)

    Kapeet  female deities who walked on clouds and gave birth to iron, they were made by Ukko

    Ilmattaret the kapeet of air, elemental spirits, one of them was Ilmatar who had a part in the creation

    Tuuletar the spirit of wind (see also Kangatar)

    Päivätär ∞ the morning light herself, guardian of wolves

    Lempo a flying evil spirit, most often stands for a wasp

    Etelätr ∞ the southern wind herself

    Hyytämöinen / Puhuri ∞ the father of Pakkanen, the cold weather

    Otavatar daughter of the day, helped to regain stolen goods

    Kuumet a spirit who darkened the moo

    Earth & forest

    Akka goddess of earth, mother earth, wife of Ukko

    Pellervoinen makes plantation grow, guardian of all trees and plants

    Tapio god of the forest, commonly known as the king of forest, rules every being in his realm of forests with his partner Mielikki

    Mielikki goddess of forest and all things in there, guardian of honey, partner to Tapio

    Nyyrikki ∞ Tapio’s son

    Tellervo & Tuulikki ∞ Tapio’s daughters, shepherds of the forest animals

    Tapiotar the mother (Emuu) of birds

    Tyytikki daughter of Tapio, the goddess and mother (Emuu) of squirrels

    Tuometar goddess of bird cherry (tuomi = bird cherry)

    Katajatar goddess of juniper (kataja = juniper)

    Pihlajatar goddess of rowan (pihlaja = rowan)

    Hongatar goddess of pine (honka/mänty = pine), guardian of bears

    Lemmes father of alder (leppä = alder)

    Kati forest spirit who made trees grow

    Kangatar forest spirit who lived on fells and together with Tuuletar made the wind sway among the tallest pine trees

    Nyrkes deity & guardian of squirrels

    Käreitr ∞ deity & guardian of foxes

    Hiisi forest spirit who have many forms, considered mean and evil

    Liekki ghost of a murdered child who had been buried in the forest

    Aarni deity and guardian of treasure

    Ajattarat evil goddesses of forest and faiths

    Kekri guardian spirit of domestic cattle

    Hiilitär forest spirit who took away the pain of burn wounds

    Ägrs / Egres ∞ the guardian spirit of peas, beans, turnips, flax and cabbages

    Kimmo / Kammo guardian spirit of stones, a noisy ghost

    Loaus / Laus the lord of reindeer and moose, partner to Pohjan Eukko

    Sinervo spirit of turnip fields, most likely was just a butterfly

    Pohjan Eukko she drew reindeer and moose to the hunters, partner to Laus

    Mammelainen troll lady who corroded flesh and bone

    Kamulainen a great mountain troll

    Wuoren väki mountain trolls, melters and workers of metals

    Kytöläinen ∞ the planter of forest, from his tears grew beanstalks

    Könds ∞ the protector and guardian of fields

    Äimätär ∞ arrogant female spirit who was impregnated by air and birthed wolves

    Ritikainen lord of snakes (see also Syöjtär)

    Pekko pellon poika, son of fields, guardian of barley, protected the planting season and most likely also guarded ale (Rongoteus in Karelia)

    Ulappala the mother (Emuu) and protector of dogs

    Water

    Ahti god and ruler of the realm of water, his partner is Vellamo

    Vellamo goddess of water, partner to Ahti

    Iku-Turso a sea monster

    Vetehinen water spirit

    Syöjätär ∞ water spirit, often mixed with Vetehinen, gave birth to snakes, also known as Loviatar, Mammotar

    Pikku-Mies water spirit, “The Little Man”, despite his size he had great powers

    Aallotar she weaved Vellamo’s shirt of straws (aalto = wave)

    Sotkattaret spirits of strands and guardian deities of ducks (see. Kapeet)

    Näkki ∞ mischievous, evil spirit of waters, known for drowning people

    Juoletar could be a mix-up with Ahti, referred to as Hillervo’s partner, guided otters to the hunter’s traps

    Ahikainen mean, evil water spirit, tied his fences with snakes instead of with rope

    Hillervo the goddess of otters, her partner was Juoletar. Hillervo lived near rapid waters, streams and fountains

    Winga made the lizards together with Wanga

    Death, afterlife & otherwise nasty

    Kalma god of graves & graveyards

    Tuoni / Mana god of death and ruler of the realm of the dead, not a bringer of death, just, the lord of underworld, his partner is Tuonen Akka / Manalatar

    Tuonen Akka / Manalatar goddess of death and ruler of the realm of the dead, partner to Tuoni / Mana

    Tuonen poika / Hölmä ∞ Tuoni’s son, evil and mean warmonger

    Tuonetar ∞ Tuoni’s daughter, angry of nature

    Loviatar ∞ Tuoni’s daughter, the worst of them, she gave birth to nine plagues (see also Syöjätär)

    Peri-sokia ∞ Loviatar’s son, blind in one eye, forger of arrows

    Kiputytt ∞ Tuoni’s daughter, the “Pain Girl”, taker of pain, aka Tuonen neito

    Kivutar the goddess of disease and sickness, often mixed with Kiputyttö (maybe the same deity)

    Wauwutar she made people scream for their pains, tormenter

    Keijukaiset fairies, the spirits of the dead who spread the reek of death

    Kyöpeli / Köpeli ∞ debatable character, a ghost of houses and graveyards

    Perkele descriptive word for all things that were considered evil, synonym for Lempo, Hiisi, Piru, Pirulainen, Peiko, Peijakas, Peijainen, Pentele, Kilka, Kilo, Kurki, Juutas; basically just stood for an evil being/spirit

    Ruotuswäinen daughter of Perkele

    Äjätär ∞ daughter of the devil Juutas

    Ärjämöinen ∞ harsh, cold winter ghost

    Healers & helpers

    Väinämöinen ∞ god so powerful that his sweat has healing properties, feathers from his belt could be applied on wounds to heal them

    Väinämöisen poika ∞ Väinmöinen’s son, healed abscesses with seawater

    Hurus / Hyrysväinen ∞ Väinämöinen’s daughter, halts bleeding with her spells

    Suonetar weaver of veins and tendons

    Lemma / -s healer of wounds

    Kuutar goddess who granted protection against wasps, healer of their stings

    Sinettäret goddesses of dyeing fabric

    Kankahattaret goddesses of making fabric

    Anterettoin the female guardian spirit of sauna

    Auterinen spirit of the steam

    Immi the kave of love and affection

    Sukka-mieli spirit who was able to make couples fall apart or come together

    Panutar / Pannatar she caused pain and stinging sensation but was also called to help when healing wounds inflicted by steel

    Tonttu the haltia of human residences

    Wauwutar the stinging of wounds was cast by healers into her wool mittens

    Aatinin lapset, the giants

    Härkä / Mulli ∞ the first ox, was so large in size that when its head was in the Häme region its tail would whisk the air in Tornio

    Kalewa / Kawe a giant who had 12 mighty sons, two of them being Ilmarinen and Väinämöinen

    Kunotar ∞ Kawe’s mother

    Kalewan pojat ∞ Kalewa’s sons, also giants from whom the hiisi were believed to have derived from

    Kalewan tyttäret ∞ Kalewa’s daughters, giantesses

    Soini / Sole one of Kalewa’s son, physically the most powerful

          i’m not going to make movies that tell children, “you should despair and run away”.
                           i would like to make a film to tell children “it’s good to be alive”.
                                                           
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