48888 by kaiserisms.deviantart.com on @deviantART I like the size relationship with these two characters.

48888 by kaiserisms.deviantart.com on @deviantART I like the size relationship with these two characters.

I am the sea and nobody owns me, insightful quotes of Pippi Longstocking.

Phoebe was one of the Titans, daughter of Uranus and Gaea. She was married to her brother Coeus, with whom she had Asteria (the starry one) and Leto. The Olympians Apollo and Artemis, twin siblings, were the children of Leto; thus, they were often referred to as Phoebus and Phoebe respectively, taking their alternative names from their grandmother. Phoebe was associated with the moon and the Oracle of Delphi, and was considered to be the goddess of prophecy.....

Phoebe was one of the Titans, daughter of Uranus and Gaea. She was married to her brother Coeus, with whom she had Asteria (the starry one) and Leto. The Olympians Apollo and Artemis, twin siblings, were the children of Leto; thus, they were often referred to as Phoebus and Phoebe respectively, taking their alternative names from their grandmother. Phoebe was associated with the moon and the Oracle of Delphi, and was considered to be the goddess of prophecy.....

Hello. I am Pythia. The Oracle of Delphi. Every once in a while the spirit decides to show me the future, all I do is listen. I am not connected to heaven or hell. Although if I wish I am able to choose a side to help. My talents are irreplaceable and can win or lose the war. So convince me. I'm waiting.

Hello. I am Pythia. The Oracle of Delphi. Every once in a while the spirit decides to show me the future, all I do is listen. I am not connected to heaven or hell. Although if I wish I am able to choose a side to help. My talents are irreplaceable and can win or lose the war. So convince me. I'm waiting.

Spread love today and everyday. Happy Valentine's Day to all you beautiful souls. by atticuspoetry

• The most famous Greek story is of his childhood. • After his birth he astonished his mother by his precious and rapid growth. • His first achievement was to steal Apollo's cattle and lie about it. • When his theft was finally exposed, he promptly invented the lyre and swapped it for the cattle, so creating both music and trade. • To keep him on the straight and narrow for the future, he was appointed the messenger and herald of the gods.

• The most famous Greek story is of his childhood. • After his birth he astonished his mother by his precious and rapid growth. • His first achievement was to steal Apollo's cattle and lie about it. • When his theft was finally exposed, he promptly invented the lyre and swapped it for the cattle, so creating both music and trade. • To keep him on the straight and narrow for the future, he was appointed the messenger and herald of the gods.

Empusa: Empusa was the beautiful daughter of the goddess Hecate and the spirit Mormo. She feasted on blood by seducing young men as they slept before drinking their blood and eating their flesh. Empusa is pictured as wearing brazen slippers and bearing flaming hair. She was a demigoddess. In later Greek mythology, her role was reduced to a species of spectre called an empusa. The empusae were sent by Hecate to guard crossroads & devour travellers. Hecate was also the goddess of roadsi...

Empusa: Empusa was the beautiful daughter of the goddess Hecate and the spirit Mormo. She feasted on blood by seducing young men as they slept before drinking their blood and eating their flesh. Empusa is pictured as wearing brazen slippers and bearing flaming hair. She was a demigoddess. In later Greek mythology, her role was reduced to a species of spectre called an empusa. The empusae were sent by Hecate to guard crossroads & devour travellers. Hecate was also the goddess of roadsi...

In Greek Mythology, the Naiads or Naiades were a type of nymph who presided over fountains, wells, springs, streams, and brooks. They were known to be very ancient spirits that inhabited the still waters of marshes, ponds and lagoon-lakes. The essence of a Naiad was bound to her spring, so if a Naiad’s body of water dried, she would die.

In Greek Mythology, the Naiads or Naiades were a type of nymph who presided over fountains, wells, springs, streams, and brooks. They were known to be very ancient spirits that inhabited the still waters of marshes, ponds and lagoon-lakes. The essence of a Naiad was bound to her spring, so if a Naiad’s body of water dried, she would die.

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