Visionary’s Fate

Visionary’s Fate – from my book of poetry –Life Tales of the Feminine Whilst scrying through a visionary’s fate, I see the wild eyes of feral beasts peering out of the darkness. A sweeping mistress wades, to and fro, across the river Styx and the tears of heaven, tear the veil of hells gate.   […]

Greek Mythology


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 […]

Greek Mythology

Ate, Aite and Atë

Atë, the Greek goddess of mischief. Atë, also known as Até or Aite, is the Greek goddess of mischief, delusion, ruin and folly. Até also refers to the action performed by the hero, usually because of hubris, that often leads to his or her death or downfall. Her parents were Zeus and Hera. In Homer’s Iliad (Book 19) she is called the eldest daughter of Zeus […]

Greek Mythology


ATHENE (Athêna) was the Olympian goddess of wisdom and good counsel, war, the defence of towns, heroic endeavour, weaving, pottery and various other crafts. She was depicted as a stately woman armed with a shield and spear, and wearing a long robe, crested helm, and the famed aigis–a snake-trimmed cape adorned with the monstrous visage of […]