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GMC: Other Sea Gods and Goddesses

Other Sea Gods and Goddesses


“In the waves the Sea-gods (Di Caerulei) dwelt, Aegeon . . . ambiguous Proteus, Triton with his horn; and Doris and her daughters might be seen, and some were swimming, some on fishes rode, or sat on rocks to dry their sea-green hair.” — Ovid. 2,570 more words

God Of The Month Club

Pic o' the week - 'sea toad'

NOAA’s exploration vessel Okeanos Explorer recently ventured around the Wake Atoll Unit of the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument. Researchers spotted and sampled deep sea life, from anemones to corals to seastars. 148 more words

Sealife

Different Minds, different Skies

Today we (returned to) know everything about the Earth and the Solar System but it has not always been the case.

We had the exact same notions during Prehistory and during Antiquity but after the Judeo-Christians invaded our beloved Europe – murdering millions of us, destroying and burning every manifestation of our culture on which they pointed their eyes – they forced on our minds “the fact” that our planet would be flat, at the center of the Sky and that if we had reached its limits we would have ended up falling into the abyss. 1,231 more words

European Traditionalism

A New Species of Octopus?

A quick post today from the bottom of the ocean where this unknown octopus species was just found by an unmanned robot probe. The endearing cephalopod was photographed by Deep Discoverer, a robot submarine which launches from the NOAA Ship “Okeanos Explorer” a federally funded research vessel. 79 more words

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