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In Greek mythology, Atropos was one of the three Moirae, the Fates, the female deities who supervised fate. Atropos was the fate who cut the thread or web of life with the "abhorred shears." She worked along with Clotho, who spun the thread, and Lachesis, who measured the length. They were the daughters of Zeus and Themis, the goddess of order. The Roman names of the fates are Nona, Decuma, and Morta.

In Greek mythology, Atropos was one of the three Moirae, the Fates, the female deities who supervised fate. Atropos was the fate who cut the thread or web of life with the "abhorred shears." She worked along with Clotho, who spun the thread, and Lachesis, who measured the length. They were the daughters of Zeus and Themis, the goddess of order. The Roman names of the fates are Nona, Decuma, and Morta.

Ningikuga ("Lady of the Pure Reed") in Sumerian mythology was a Goddess of Reeds and Marshes.

Ningikuga ("Lady of the Pure Reed") in Sumerian mythology was a Goddess of Reeds and Marshes.

The Táltos (also "Tátos") is a female figure in Hungarian mythology similar to a shaman (which means it is a shaman). In the book "Magyar mitológia" (Hungarian Mythology) from 1854, a táltos was in direct contact with creature during the prenatal period. Once born, the Táltos had a special mission in life to cure the souls of other members of her society.

The Táltos (also "Tátos") is a female figure in Hungarian mythology similar to a shaman (which means it is a shaman). In the book "Magyar mitológia" (Hungarian Mythology) from 1854, a táltos was in direct contact with creature during the prenatal period. Once born, the Táltos had a special mission in life to cure the souls of other members of her society.

Sándor Nagy    Gyöngyvér    1909  Pastel on paper, 54 x 41 cm  Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest.  This painting is an example of the association of Transylvanian fol art with the Hun-Magyar cycle of legends. It depicts the wife of Buda, Attila's brother, in Transylvanian costume.

Sándor Nagy Gyöngyvér 1909 Pastel on paper, 54 x 41 cm Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest. This painting is an example of the association of Transylvanian fol art with the Hun-Magyar cycle of legends. It depicts the wife of Buda, Attila's brother, in Transylvanian costume.

Sometimes you ride the tiger, other times the tiger rides you. : Traumgarten by Henri Rousseau

Sometimes you ride the tiger, other times the tiger rides you. : Traumgarten by Henri Rousseau

Bund Deutscher Mädel

Bund Deutscher Mädel

kris knight

kris knight

"The Mysterious Island" - Captain Nemo, 1918, Jules Verne.  Illo by N. C. Wyeth

"The Mysterious Island" - Captain Nemo, 1918, Jules Verne. Illo by N. C. Wyeth

postal de fidus (hugo hoppener), titulada tempe | 18667245

postal de fidus (hugo hoppener), titulada tempe | 18667245