Lamia (/ˈleɪmiə/; Greek: Λάμια), in ancient Greek mythology, was a woman who became a child-eating monster after her children were destroyed by Hera, who learned of her husband Zeus’s trysts with her.
In antiquity, love or revenge was just a spell away By Erin Blakemore SMITHSONIAN.COM Call it a happy accident: When a group of Serbian archaeologists recently uncovered a cache of 2,000-year-old skeletons, they unearthed a set of mysterious scrolls covered with Aramaic curses, too. As Reuters reports, the tiny scrolls were contained in what are thought to […]
To follow are a set of videos I’ve created for my Masters Thesis, The Gothic Guild. Credits are provided and a link to the Guild to see the works provided in an interview of sorts, is here. Sound Effects: McClelland (2013); Irish Man Videos (2011)Vocals: Eastland (2019)Image: Melling (2015)gothicguild.org While the Death Screamers, Annabel and the […]
Having monsters to fight, that’s what makes a hero. Luckily for the heroes, the Ancient Greek mythology had the strangest, coolest, most terrifying creatures and monsters ranging from Dragons, Giants, Demons and Ghosts, to multi-formed creatures such as the Sphinx, Minotaurs, Centaurs, Manticores and Chimera. There were also many fabulous animals such as the Nemean […]