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Greek Mythology: "Demeter, Goddess of the Harvest / Persephone, Queen of the Underworld".-

►Greek Mythology:

“Demeter, Goddess of the Harvest / Persephone, Queen of the Underworld”:

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Demeter (Roman equivalent: Ceres) is often described as the greek goddess of the harvest, but she presided also over the sacred law, and the cycle of life and death. 718 more words

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By four-twenty this morning, I’d already paid homage to the Goddess, Cérès. I’d lit the candle on my altar, poured an infusion of roasted chicory into a miniature cup and left a nibble of cooked brown rice in a small dish. 554 more words

Alice Keys MD

21 July 2014

Weekend spent in Ceres visiting sister’s future mother-in-law. What a beautiful idyllic little town. It rained so we didn’t drive out anywhere, just spent the day at home with the fireplace burning the whole day, chatting with hubby, playing candy crush and checking Instagram; in other words, doing nothing. 82 more words

A thicker crust on Vesta questions how it was baked

Billing its mission as a journey to the beginning of the Solar System, the NASA Dawn probe has revealed more information about the asteroid Vesta that has scientists both eager and cautious about what they have learned. 858 more words

Science & Technology

Green truck standards aid business and the planet

A recent report from the Environmental Defense Fund and Ceres says that strong fuel efficiency and GHG emission standards for freight trucks could slash fuel consumption by as much as 40 percent compared to 2010 levels, resulting in significant environmental and economic benefits. 467 more words

Environment

"What if?" The essence of speculative fiction.

What if all those conspiracy theories are right? What if the real world is about to end? Who might help mankind flee onto alien worlds? Why save us? 154 more words

Sci-fi led me to excel... also 96,494 words!

Firstly, let me start off by saying: research for your writing is good. Doesn’t matter what genre, a bit of well-directed brain-nugget harvesting is always going to be time well spent. 445 more words

Writing