Acho interessante a sobreposição de imagens. O rosto da mulher deveria aparecer mais.
STYX [Στυξ] was the goddess of the underworld River Styx, one of the Titan generation of Okeanides. Styx was also the personified Daimon of hatred. Described as a daughter of Oceanus and Tethys and as a nymph, Styx dwelt at the entrance of Hades, in a lofty grotto which was supported by silver columns. She was a firm ally of Zeus in the Titan Wars, who brought her children Nike, Zelos, Bia and Kratos to stand alongside the god. Zeus rewarded her by making her streams the agent of the binding
Thetis: a sea-nymph and shape-changer, and the mother of Achilles. "She was taller than I was, taller than any woman I had ever seen. Her black hair was loose down her back, and her skin shone luminous and impossibly pale, as if it drank light from the moon. She was so close I could smell her, seawater laced with dark brown honey. I did not breathe. I did not dare." #myth
She was abducted by Hades, the god of the underworld, infuriating her mother who made the crops wither and the earth barren. Zeus intervened and tried to bring Persephone back to the world of the living; however, Persephone ate the seeds of a pomegranate that Hades had given to her, binding her to him for one third of the year. Thus, it was decided that Persephone spend four months in the underworld and eight months on earth with her mother. The period in the underworld corresponded to the
Avalon Camelot King Arthur: The Sword Excalibur.
Aveam nevoie de asta.
Brunhilde/Brynhildr was a strong and beautiful shieldmaiden and valkyrie in Norse mythology, who was cruelly betrayed by her lover.
"I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night." A doodle for a favourite poem, The Old Astronomer.
Slavic Mother Earth Goddess
Zoē (daughter of Midas). Greek Mythology Dreamcast - Natalia Vodianova as Zoë, daughter of Midas. According to some accounts, Midas had a son, Lityerses, the demonic reaper of men, but in some variations of the myth he instead had a daughter, Zoë or "life".