The term MYTHOLOGY can refer to the study of myths or to a body or collection of myths. In folkloristics, a myth is a sacred narrative usually explaining how…
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Hymn to Demeter : Triumph of Demeter (483-495) : Greek & English, Illustrations & Commentary
ORPHEUS | Legendary musician, poet, and prophet in ancient Greek religion and myth. The major stories about him are centered on his ability to charm all living things and even stones with his music, his attempt to retrieve his wife, Eurydice, from the underworld, and his death at the hands of those who could not hear his divine music.
Gwenhwyfar "Gwenhwyfar, the Welsh Goddess, is believed to have existed as long as there has been surf to pound against rocky shores. Praised for her wise judgement, it was prophesied that no man could rule Wales without her by his side." She is also known as Guinevere, or Gueneva. Her name means "White Shadow" or "White One" which is another name for a Fairy Goddess. - Wiccan Moonsong Draw, Dragons, Fantasy Characters, Drawing Hair, Goddess, Inspirasi, Resim, Mythical, Fantasy
Gwenhwyfar "Gwenhwyfar, the Welsh Goddess, is believed to have existed as long as there has been surf to pound against rocky shores. Praised for her wise judgement, it was prophesied that no man could rule Wales without her by his side." She is also known as Guinevere, or Gueneva. Her name means "White Shadow" or "White One" which is another name for a Fairy Goddess. - Wiccan Moonsong
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Fantasy Valkyrie Art by yigitkoroglu
Valkyrie In Norse mythology, a valkyrie (from Old Norse valkyrja "chooser of the slain") is one of a host of female figures who decide who dies and wins in battle. Selecting among half of those who die in battle (the other half go to the goddess Freyja's afterlife field Fólkvangr), the valkyries bring their chosen to the afterlife hall of the slain, Valhalla, ruled over by the god Odin.
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Eris was the Goddess of Strife. She is best known for tossing the Golden Apple at the feet of Aphrodite, Athena and Hera, which in turn led to the Judgement of Paris which then started the Trojan War.
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Goddess Timeline
Prehistoric Goddess timeline
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The Eye of Horus is an ancient Egyprian story of Horus, an ancient sky god said to be the sun and the moon. Horus lost his eye to his evil brother Seth when they were fighting. Seth took the eye but lost the fight. The eye was reassembled by the god of magic, but when it was given away, the reciever was rebirthed into the underworld. This symbol is a prominent Illuminati symbol
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Amaryllis John William Godward - In Greek mythology Amaryllis was a lovesick shepherdess who stood at the door of her intended every night piercing her heart with a golden arrow. From her wounds sprung an exquisite flower.
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Benzaiten Goddess of: everything that flows: music, language, knowledge, poetry and speech.
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Kupała name means (to bathe) is the Slavic goddess of springs, water, sorcery, love and herbal lore. She is also the mother, associated with trees, herbs, and flowers. Kupula personifies the magical and spiritual power inherent in water, and Kupula's devotees worshipped her with ritual baths and offerings of flowers cast upon water.
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Gaia - Mother Earth -"…to reach your heart, as every indigenous tribe I know has told me, you must first remember your Divine Mother...Your Mother is alive and very much conscious…Earth is not a rock; she has a name and a personality in the cosmos. And believe me, she knows your name." ~Drunvalo Melchizedek
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☆ Found in many cultures in the world, Green Man is often related to natural vegetative deities springing up throughout the ages. Primarily, it is interpreted as a symbol of rebirth, or "renaissance", representing the cycle of growth each spring.☆
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A stone-carved Medusa head, Didyma. Didyma (Greek: Δίδυμα) was an ancient Greek sanctuary on the coast of Ionia. It contained a temple and oracle of Apollo, the Didymaion.Next to Delphi, Didyma was the most renowned oracle of the Hellenic world, first mentioned among the Greeks in the Homeric Hymn to Apollo
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"The "Mouth of Truth" is an ancient Roman sculpture, thought to be an image of a Pagan God. The myth behind it is, that if you place your hand in it’s mouth and tell a lie, it will bite it off!"
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The Pistoxenos Painter was an Ancient Greek vase painter who was active in Athens between 480 and 460 BC (roughly..). This piece depicts Apollo, the Greek God, and his raven. It is painted on a white-ground bowl and is believed to have been made in 480 BC. hadrian6:
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Sign in
Sudjaje - Female deities from Slavic mythology who control destiny. Correspondent with The Fates of the Greek
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Ouroboros - Wikipedia
The Ouroboros or Uroborus[a] is an ancient symbol depicting a serpent or dragon eating its own tail. "Life lives on life. Your own body will be food for something else. Anyone who denies this, anyone who holds back, is out of order. Death is an act of giving." ~Joseph Campbell
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Hercules as Atlas.1863. William Brodie. Scottish. 1815-1881. Port Merion. Wales
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Poseidon (detail), Château de Versailles
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Muse, protectresses of the fine arts in the Greek mythology, Euterpe, Muse of the lyric poetry, wood engraving, 19th century
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Muses, protectresses of the fine arts in the Greek mythology, Erato, Muse of erotic poetry, wood engraving, 19th century.
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Prompt #88 - Muse-ing
Erato, Muse of Poetry by Sir Edward John Poynter, 1870
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The Muse Erato at her Lyre, 1895 - John William Godward -
The Muse Erato at her Lyre, Artist: John William Godward
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Calliope, Urania and Terpsichore, Mignard Pierre
Calliope, Urania and Terpsichore. Mignard Pierre (1612-1695)
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The Muses(Greek). They are the daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne. They are known for the music of their song, which brings joy to any who hear it. There are nine Muses, each with her own specialty: Clio (History), Urania (Astronmy), Melpomene (Tragedy), Thalia (Comedy), Terpsichore (Dance), Calliope (Epic Poetry), Erato (Love Poetry), Polyhymnia (Songs to the Gods), Euterpe (Lyric Poetry).
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The Three Graces- Antonio Canova- Hermitage Museum, Moscow. The Boeotians say that Eteocles was the first man to sacrifice to the Graces. It was from Eteocles of Orchomenus that we learned the custom of praying to 3 Graces. Angelion and Tectaus, sons of Dionysus, who made the image of Apollo for the Delians, set three Graces in his hand. At Athens, before the entrance to the Acropolis, the Graces are 3 in number; by their side are celebrated mysteries which must not be divulged to the many.
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Zeus-Serapis, with a modion on the head, is depicted as Pluto. Next to hin is standing the three headed dog Cerberus, guardian of the Hades. Roman, A.D. 180-190, found in Gortyn Crete, Heraklion Archaeological Museum, Crete, Summer 2010
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Norse Mythology
the tree of life is depicted in this painting
Introduction to Norse Mythology
tree of Norse mythology
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Mount Olympus
Mt Olympus home of the Greek pantheon
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Persephone with pomegranate
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ghost in the machine
In legend, a banshee is a woman who begins to wail if someone is about to die.
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Keeper of the forest light
Chuma is the Slavic Goddess of Death. She is the daughter of Veles, God of Cattle and the Underworld. Chuma is depicted as a pale woman with white hair, dressed in a white gown. She carries a pair of silver scissors and a birchwood staff. The scissors she uses to cut the thread of life, and she gives the staff to the dead to help them on their way to the Underworld. Although Chuma is a Goddess of Death, she is generally seen as a benign presence, and is called on by those who are dying to bri...
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Feminist Epistemology and Philosophy of Science
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Odysseus - Greek Heroes in Popular Culture through Time (3/3)
Odysseus - Greek Heroes in Popular Culture through Time
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Eir - Goddess of healing by NicoleCadet on DeviantArt
Eir - Goddess of healing Eir was a goddess of healing in the Norse pantheon. She's sometimes attributed to the Valkyries, as well as being a hand maiden of Freya. A common herb used for healing by the Vikings was Angelica.
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The goddess Eostre, for whom Easter was named.
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Celestial map from 1825, based on Ancient Greek mythology.
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Lore of the Bee Priestess *** Brooklyn Museum This experimental video is a visual narrative of the lost history of the ancient bee priestesses –an ancient, long dead matriarchal culture-- that invokes aspects of utopia, feminism and spirituality: values that I believe are crucial to awaken and sustain in contemporary times
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Recently, the Rijksmuseum acquired a sculpture of a screaming child created by Hendrick de Keyser (1565-1621), who is considered one of the foremost 17th-century Dutch sculptors. The small head, which is carved in wood, is a particularly expressive depiction of a screaming child being stung by a bee on his forehead and alludes to a well-known story from the ancient classics in which Cupid, the god of love, is chased and stung by a bee after stealing honey from a beehive.
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Camiros, Rhodes. Photographed in the British Museum 14th Feb 2011. The priestesses in the Temples of Cybele were called Mellissae. They fed on honey and spoke “the truth”. The name Deborah was the ancient Jewish name for the bee priestess, who often functioned as a prophet. Possibly related to the cult of Artemis, this “epiphany” of the Bee could be the Goddess herself as a bee, a representation of the Queen Bee, or the priestess in a trance shapeshifting into the object of vereration.
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Ancient image of the Dancing Bee Goddess, from The Goddesses and Gods of Old Europe by Marija Gimbutas
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The Bee Priestesses | Listen and Stream Free Music, Albums, New Releases, Photos, Videos
A Melissa, an ancient bee priestess. The bee was an emblem of Potnia, the Minoan-Mycenaean "Mistress", also referred to as "The Pure Mother Bee". Her priestesses received the name of "Melissa" ("bee"). In addition, priestesses worshipping Artemis and Demeter were called "Bees".
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"I am the All. I am the Past, the Present, and the Future." - Inscription on statue of Isis. Is Isis an evolution of the original Bee Goddess in Ancient Egypt? Are those Bee wings, not bird wings?
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Signs Out of Time: Marija Gimbutas and the Great Goddess Controversy
bee goddesses on seal ancient crete
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Andrew Gough-The Sacred Veneration of the Honeybee- Is about the forgotten god of the ancients;the Sacred Honey Bee. Mythology, Sacred Tradition, Gough reveals new insights into Atlantis,the fabled labyrinth of Knossos, the Sphinx, as well as the genesis of religion, politics, the illuminate,and the mysterious seafarers whose hallucinogenic concoctions enabled them to become the drug lords of the ancient world, & rulers of souls in the afterlife. Andrew Gough expert on bees and their mythology.
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191 Pandoras box.....John William Waterhouse
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Fairies and Fairy Tale Art illustrations
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Pandora - This is an engraving of Pandora trying to close the box that she had opened out of curiosity. At left, the evils of the world taunt her as they escape. The engraving is based on a painting by F.S. Church.
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Roman naturalist Pliny the Elder noted that “olive oil from trees refreshed men's limbs and draughts of wine restored their strength.”
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created the olive tree as a gift to the city that bears her name. It turned out to be the ultimate gift—lauded for its wood, leaves, fruit and oil that produced food, fuel, and shade for the Greeks.
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Acording to Greek Mythology, the well-known hero Hercules killed the terrifying Lion of Cithaeron with his own hands using a wooden stake made from an olive tree.
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Any fans of Greek Mythology out there? Did you know that Homer, in his epic poems, coined the term “liquid gold” and repeatedly mentioned olive oil in The Iliad and The Odyssey.
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15 Best Greek Mythology Books for Kids
Says the blogger, "It’s the best, most well-researched book on Greek Mythology that doesn’t mix up the Roman names with the Greek names. It’s Greek Myths retold by Ann Turnbull, illustrated by Sarah Young from Candlewick Press, 2010."
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Greek Mythology: Antaios (Antaeus)
Greek Mythology
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Linus, the Music Teacher of Heracles
Linos was a handsome young man and one of the greatest musicians of his time. He is said to be the inventor of the stringed lyre, and the sound and melody in general. Family of Linus - Linus was a child of Apollo, the god of Music and a Muse(probably Urania or Calliope). His brother was the musician and poet Orpheus.
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Orpheus - Wikipedia
Roman mosaic depicting Orpheus, wearing a Phrygian cap and surrounded by the beasts charmed by the music of his lyre.