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THETIS of the Cosmic Seas……

Thetis was a powerful mermaid Goddess who contained within her all potential shapes and manifestations. She was the shape-shifting Goddess of the cosmic waves. Much desired by the Gods, Zeus wanted her but was told of a prophecy that the … Continue reading

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HESPERIS and the Golden Apples………… I AM GOLDEN

HESPERIS  was renowned for her beauty. Her name signifies the evening. She was a lover of the god, ATLAS. Their union birthed the HESPERIDES, the goddess-nymphs of evening and the golden light of sunsets whose sacred task was to guard … Continue reading

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ACHYLS with the Tears of the World

ACHYLS was the Greek Goddess of Sadness. Her mother, Nyx was the Night, Achyls was the eternal night; describing the nights when we lay wide awake filled with a sadness. She collects the tears of humanity. Falling into such sadness … Continue reading

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PHEME at the Walk of Fame ….

PHEME is the Greek Goddess of Fame and renown, her wrath is gossip. I picture her here within the Hollywood Walk of Fame, a place that celebrates the famous with a named star embedded in the sidewalk. The area runs … Continue reading

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NIKE- The Goddess of Victory

In Greek mythology, Nike was the winged daughter of Pallas and the river Styx. The ‘winged’ goddess embodied strength, speed and victory. She flew through the sky to the deities spreading news of Victory and was close to Zeus, acting … Continue reading

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The blind impulse of ATE

ATE (pronounced A t ee)  is a trickster Greek Goddess of mischief and blind folly. Her mother was ERIS – the Goddess of discord and her father , Zeus. Ate is also the personification of Infatuation – and holds the … Continue reading

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THALASSA of the Lonely Shores….

Thalassa is an ancient Greek personification of the Sea. Some called her ‘the Mother of All’. With her male counterpart, Pontus, the storm Gods and the fish of the sea were created. Her story tells that she also gave birth … Continue reading

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