Teutonic Ba Picture

An odd mash-up of Egyptian and Norse/Teutonic mythologies, because I can.

In Egyptian mythology, the Ba is a person's soul, and is portrayed as a bird with a human head and the features of the individual whose soul it is.

In Norse myth (and probably Teutonic as well, because Teutonic is to Norse myth as Roman is to Greek myth, I believe) we have Odin/Wotan's ravens, Thought (Huginn) and Memory (Muninn).

So, we have this birdie.
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