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Aita & Persipnei

Aita & Persipnei

▶ Hades God of the Underworld FULL VIDEO - YouTube

▶ Hades God of the Underworld FULL VIDEO - YouTube

Isis, by Soni Alcorn-Hender

Isis, by Soni Alcorn-Hender

Ancient Etruscan fresco of Hades and Persephone leading a procession. Tomb of Orcus II, Tarquinia, Italy.

Ancient Etruscan fresco of Hades and Persephone leading a procession. Tomb of Orcus II, Tarquinia, Italy.

Arianrhod was also a Magician Goddess, and she was considered by most to be a Maiden Goddess as well, living her life in much the same manner as the Greek Goddesses Artemis and Athena; surrounded only by women. In reality, however, Arianrhod actually lived a much wilder and freer life, frequently enjoying herself sexually and having a distinct preference for mermen. Arianrhod’s symbols are the cauldron and the white sow. The cauldron was an important symbol of feminine power, in the…

Arianrhod was also a Magician Goddess, and she was considered by most to be a Maiden Goddess as well, living her life in much the same manner as the Greek Goddesses Artemis and Athena; surrounded only by women. In reality, however, Arianrhod actually lived a much wilder and freer life, frequently enjoying herself sexually and having a distinct preference for mermen. Arianrhod’s symbols are the cauldron and the white sow. The cauldron was an important symbol of feminine power, in the…

Akrotírin seinämaalaukset – Wikipedia

Akrotírin seinämaalaukset – Wikipedia

Oya Goddess of Darkness, The Wind and The Dead

Oya Goddess of Darkness, The Wind and The Dead

The duel between Eteocles and Polynices. From Vulci, François Tomb. Rome, Torlonia Museum.

The duel between Eteocles and Polynices. From Vulci, François Tomb. Rome, Torlonia Museum.

Morpheus was the god of dreams in greek mythology. He was one of the three Oneiroi, sons of the god of sleep, Hypnos. Along with his two brothers, Phobetor (“nightmares”) and Phantasos (“illusion”), he was a diety of the underworld and would appear in the dreams of kings and rulers as a forebearer of omens and messages.

Morpheus was the god of dreams in greek mythology. He was one of the three Oneiroi, sons of the god of sleep, Hypnos. Along with his two brothers, Phobetor (“nightmares”) and Phantasos (“illusion”), he was a diety of the underworld and would appear in the dreams of kings and rulers as a forebearer of omens and messages.

Image of Satis. From Vulci, François Tomb, Rome, Torlonia Museum.

Image of Satis. From Vulci, François Tomb, Rome, Torlonia Museum.

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