LyonesseLee

LyonesseLee

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He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster. And if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you.
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— "There is no crueler fate than to know the future but be unable to spare anyone from it." — What good are her visions, if no one would listen to them? What power does a priestess have, if her warnings fall onto deaf ears? She wanted to save Troy. She wanted to save them all, to free them from the thread of fate that was wrapping around their throats, tighter and tighter with each pass. She cried for understand, for one person to hear her voice, and believe her. Yet, they all turned away.

— "There is no crueler fate than to know the future but be unable to spare anyone from it." — What good are her visions, if no one would listen to them? What power does a priestess have, if her warnings fall onto deaf ears? She wanted to save Troy. She wa

In the Egyptian predynastic period, Neith was known as the goddess of hunting, though her realm of influence also encompassed war and weaving of fine cloths. She is one of the earliest worshiped Egyptian deities and was hailed as the wise Mother of gods. She was often depicted carrying a crossed bow and arrow and wearing the blood red crown representing lower Egypt.   Nephthys was a night goddess and protector of the dead, also representing decay and invisibility. She offered spirits safe

In the Egyptian predynastic period, Neith was known as the goddess of hunting…

minor goddesses + titans  and though the sweet taste of my name has perhaps long faded from mortal tongues, there shall come a glorious day when I shall rise up once more and the power, burning amongst the ichor in my veins, will flood this wretched world—I will have them kneeling

mcrgensterns: “ minor goddesses + titans “ and though the sweet taste of my name has perhaps long faded from mortal tongues, there shall come a glorious day when I shall rise up once more and the.

The Theban Plays by Sophocles tell the story of Oedipus who unknowingly fulfills the prophecy of murdering his father and marrying his mother. When the truth comes to light, Jocasta, Oedipus’ mother-wife, hangs herself while Oedipus stabs out his own eyes and later dies in exile. The end of Oedipus’ rule leads to a war between his two sons, Polynices and Eteocles, for control of Thebes. The two brothers kill each other in battle and Antigone’s quest to give Polynices a proper burial leads to…

Mythology Meme -> Plays -> The Theban Plays “The Theban Plays by Sophocles tell the story of Oedipus who unknowingly fulfills the prophecy of murdering his father and marrying his mother.

Aphrodite 1/2: The Greek Goddess of love, beauty, pleasure and procreation. Apart from her natural beauty, she also had a magical girdle that compelled everyone to desire her.

Mythology meme: Greek gods and goddesses “Aphrodite: The Greek Goddess of love, beauty, pleasure and procreation. Apart from her natural beauty, she also had a magical girdle that compelled.

Apollo: God of music, truth, prophecy, healing, sun and poetry. Often seen with a lyre, bow & arrow and a laurel crown. Associated with ravens, pythons, dolphins and swans. Twin brother of Artemis.

Apollo: God of music, truth, prophecy, healing, sun and poetry. Often seen with a lyre, bow & arrow and a laurel crown. Associated with ravens, pythons, dolphins and swans. Twin brother of Artemis.