A daemonia nymphe holds my hand. She whispers : Continue reading
” At first Chaos came to be, but next wide bosomed Gaia, the ever-sure foundations of all...” Hesiod’s Theogony
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According to Theogony by Hesiod the daughters of the Night ( Nyx ) are the three Fates ( Moirai ) : Lachesis, Clotho & Atropos.
In the ancient Hellenic myths Ophion, (the Serpent), ruled cosmos with the Queen of the Titans, Eurynome. Continue reading/Συνέχεια->
Horus is one of the most ancient gods of Egypt; he dates all the way back to the late Predynastic period.
At the Pyramid texts, 3100 BC , an Early Hymn to the Sun, Utterance 587 (1587a,b,1588a):” Greetings to thee, Atum. / Greetings to thee, Khepri. / Greetings to thee, eye of Horus, which he adorned with his two hands completely.”
The inscription reads : Ra Harmarchis, the great god, lord of heaven. The side motif depicts the primeval waters of Nun. Continue reading / Συνέχεια ->