Nella Forest reads The Greek Way by Edith Hamilton, to explain how the ancient Greeks may have seen chaos and magic(k). The priestly role in ancient Greece.
EROS was the mischievous god of love, a minion and constant companion of the goddess Aphrodite. The poet Hesiod first represents him as a primordial deity who emerges self-born at the beginning of time to spur procreation. (See the Protogenos Eros and Phanes for more information.) The same poet later describes two love-gods, Eros and Himeros (Desire), accompanying Aphrodite at the time […]
The Minotaur and the labyrinth is a story that many of us may know but how well do you really know the story of Theseus and his battle with the Minotaur?
It’s the morning of conception #Ritual and while #Theodora worried about minor things, something dastardly was working to destroy her lineage. #Eros had gone off with #Pan and other fertility #gods to prepare, while she and #Athena began to gather enough information to reveal a new/old enemy that #Brain outed when Theo and Eros woke. […]