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Brizo, Greek Goddess of the Sea and Deep Dreams

Brizo, Greek Goddess of the Sea Who protects fishermen and brings prophetic dreams. Artwork and article by Thalia Took.

Metis, the Greek Goddess of Wisdom

Metis, the Greek Goddess of wisdom and mother of Athena. Artwork and article by Thalia Took.

Hemera: Goddess of Day

Greek Goddess of Day, somewhat a compliment to my Nyx piece. Hemera, Greek Goddess of Day

Khione, the Greek Goddess of Snow

Khione, the Greek Goddess of snow, daughter of the North Wind. Artwork and article by Thalia Took.

Algos Algea (Ancient Greek:) the  name is related to the word suffix '-algia' denoting a painful condition &  personification of sorrows and griefs. A daughter of Eris ,Greek goddess of strife. Algos in Greek is a neuter noun literally meaning "pain". She or he was a sibling to Lethe, Limos, Horkos, and Ponos. She is related to the The  Pseudologoi, Greek spirits of lies/liars ---Flickr

Sweet Release by Rosie Hardy.Sometimes the most painful choice is the most freeing”

Peitho, the Greek Goddess of Persuasion

Peitho, the Greek Goddess of Persuasion

ananke goddess | In Greek mythology, Ananke, ("force, constraint, necessity")The goddess of inevitability, compulsion and necessity.

Ananke, of Greek mythology

Styx - she supported Zeus in the Titanomachy where she was the first to rush to his aid; for this reason her name was given the honor of being a binding oath for the gods

Orphne is a Greek lampad nymph (torch bearing nymph) who lived with Hades in the underworld. In Greek mythology, she was also known as Styx and Gorgyra.

LEUKOTHEA was a sea goddess who aided sailors ~ once a mortal princess  she and her husband Athamas incurred the wrath of Hera when they fostered the infant god Dionysos. As punishment Hera drove Athamas into a murderous rage and he slew his eldest child she grapped the other, and in her flight leapt off a cliff into the sea. The pair were welcomed into the company of the marine gods by Poseidon  http://youtu.be/pisP7AY0EJc

LEUKOTHEA was a sea goddess who aided sailors ~ once a mortal princess she and her husband Athamas incurred the wrath of Hera when they fostered the infant god Dionysos. As punishment Hera drove Athamas into a murderous rage and he slew his eldest child she grapped the other, and in her flight leapt off a cliff into the sea. The pair were welcomed into the company of the marine gods by Poseidon http://youtu.be/pisP7AY0EJc

hismarmorealcalm:  Statue of a nymph (Ino-Leukothea?)  Found in the Teatro  Museo Ostiense

hismarmorealcalm: “ Statue of a nymph (Ino-Leukothea?) Found in the Teatro Museo Ostiense ”

the River Styx by ~rottedaspersions on deviantART

"The River Styx (Greek: Στύξ, Stux, also meaning "hate" and "detestation") was a river in Greek mythology which fo. the River Styx

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