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Goddess Nyx

The goddess Nyx is the personification of night itself. She is one of the primordial gods from the Greek pantheon. She is the mother of Hypnos (Sleep), Thanatos (Death), Aether (Brightness) and Hemera (Day) and many other children. 118 more words


Galatea is the name of a few figures in Greek mythology, the most well-known being the story of Pygmalion and Galatea. In this story, Pygmalion  230 more words


Why are goddess statues are made from brothel clay?

There is trembling on all sides about Durga Puja throughout the country. The idols of Lord Durga have been established in Pandals. Everyone knows that Durga Puja has a special significance in the idols of Lord Durga. 19 more words


Today (a.k.a. Thursday), I got something I’ve really been needing.

My efforts to be an exemplary Greek (as in Sorority Woman) were recognized.

I won the “Outstanding Greek Senior” award. 652 more words

The Optimist

Pantheon research

I attended a workshop today about finding your pantheon. While I know the importance of forging a connection with deity, I have always had a problem doing so. 84 more words


Still some steps to go ...

Dear visitor,
at the end of 2018, I will start a new blog about stories of the ancient world- and especially women’s history.
Right now I am collecting, figuring out, making holiday and so on. 71 more words


Being a woman is...


Being a woman is being the most powerful creature in the world.


Men worship what you have between your legs and kill for your love and attention. 347 more words