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Greek Gods. Reverse Harem. Oh, my! Elyse's life is getting complicated with Poseidon now in the picture.

Je me suis trouvée une appli qui fait des petits effets mignons. Bref, voila, en ce moment c'est mon petit délire XD Les bijoux qui claquent sont dispo ici >

"Enter Apollo and Hades. Oh my. Hot! Tons of tension there in such delicious ways. It's a wild ride and I can't wait until the next book.” 5 Stars

'I have no intention of marrying Shiva or anybody else for that matter. Especially if it entails planting myself like a rock and meditating on his name for the better part part of eternity.'

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Sumerian takes a bite out of lore🧛‍♂️ He's sarcastic, selfish. And maybe suicidal - the not dying thing gets old But when a Sumerian curse threatens the present, can he pull it together to save the world?

"In Irish mythology, ravens are associated with warfare and the battleground in the figures of Badb and Morrígan."

"Enter Apollo and Hades. Oh my. Hot! Tons of tension there in such delicious ways. It's a wild ride and I can't wait until the next book.” 5 Stars

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To wish you a great week end …. Epic time, with Immortals and Theseus my fav, a movie I will watch again :)  Enjoy, have fun *** Love ♥

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Pour vous souhaiter un week end génial … Un moment épique, avec
Les Immortels et Thésée  mon préféré… Passez du bon temps *** Love ♥

Mythological Throwback Thursday:

Another Mythological Throwback Thursday, and this week, let’s take a moment to appreciate Neptune, the Roman god of sea and lake!

It’s theorised that the name Neptune means ‘he who is moist’. That’s some on point naming there. Neptune was the god of fresh water before he took on the role of god of the sea. The Indo-European cultural tradition that he came from had little knowledge of the sea, interacting more often with bodies of fresh water. Also in Neptune’s portfolio is his title as master of horses. His preferred mode of transport was a chariot pulled by seahorses, and some tales claim that he was the one who gave horses to the Athenians. Unfortunately this association meant that occasionally sailors would drown horses as offerings, in exchange for calm waters. Not cool, guys.

In the heat of midsummer, Romans would celebrate the Neptunalia. This was a revelry in which people would construct branch huts to shade themselves from the oppressive heat. Thus protected, they would drink wine and spring water, while the sources of fresh water were at their lowest. It seems that Neptune had a role as provider of drinking water for the community.

Neptune had many lovers, but his wife is generally agreed to be Salacia, a beautiful sea nymph and goddess of salt water, her name literally meaning ‘salt’. When she initially rejected his romantic overtures, Neptune appointed a dolphin as his go-between. Said dolphin was clearly a smooth talker, since Salacia then agreed to marry Neptune. That dolphin was immortalised as the constellation Delphinus.

Neptune was said to have a short fuse, being handy with a trident and prone to fits of temper, which included tempests and even earthquakes. Because of this, he was given the epithet ‘earth-shaker’. The planet was Neptune was named after the god because its deep blue gaseous atmosphere put astronomers in the mind of deep oceans. Or maybe they just wanted his tantrums to stay far away from planet Earth.

Join us next week for another Mythological Throwback Thursday!

Epona is known as the Goddess of Horses, Travellers and Dreams. This Celtic Goddess’ faith spread all over Ancient Europe. She was the only Celtic goddess to be honoured by the Romans – they built temple to her.

In the Christian middle ages she worshipped as a holy maid for horses, this started in France before moving to Ireland and then further across Europe. The Celts revered horses and Epona is rarely depicted without one by her side.

When the Romans adopted her they worshipped her as the protector of both horse and rider. She is also a dream goddess, particularly nightmares. Reportedly children in Ireland were told to behave themselves or Epona would visit them in their sleep.

Hey is there a comprehensive version of the Book Of Invasions/ Irish mythology in chronological order available anywhere?? I can find dull academic copies but not anything I would actually be able to read without falling asleep. I would love to have a copy for reference in my home and for witchcraft, but also as a resource for my fiction writing involving the Tuatha De Danann 🥺☹️

RB to help a Big Nerd™️ out????

I am so ready for what life throws at me because I’m a bad ass motherf who don’t take no crap off of nobody.


If I were to do a crowdfund in order to help me fund my MA, would anyone be willing to help out? I’m a disabled student, and struggling to get the government to recognise that I can’t work enough hours to sustain myself, especially while studying.

I intend on researching mythology, it’s effect and products and why they’re important in order to create a mythic methodology and discipline, and even create my own module or course around it.

I’ve got lots of ideas. Got the brain power. But not the body nor finances.