Tag: mythology

  • Poetry – Of Gods and Men

    Rhea, Cronus and baby Zeus snuggle in the heart of Mount Olympus. Father plots infanticide, while son sleeps, dreaming world domination. Mother shakes her head and rolls her eyes yet again at the foolishness of men.

  • Art – Azazel the Fallen Angel

    ACEO artist trading card featuring Azazel the fallen angel from Jewish/Christian mythology. Check out my art for sale on ebay!

  • Poetry – The 2nd Chromosome

    fusion genetic engineering leads to consciousness? The creation and advancement of humanity in the palm of Enki? but beware the anger of Enlil at the loss of his slaves burns deep. now and forever banished from E.Din we strive.  

  • Poetry – Astaroth

    Astaroth: guidance counselor to the fallen – because, hey, even demons get discouraged. (Note: Lately I have been reading a book about fallen angels and their mythology. I had to write something about it when I came across the information that the demon Astaroth supposedly fulfilled the role of “guidance counselor” to the other demons […]

  • A Few More Favorite Christmas Gifts From the Hubby

    Hi everyone! I already showed you my adorable stuffed Scar, but thought I would share a few other favorite gifts from my husband (Steve) this year. First, we have this Halloween wreath that he actually made for me (for years I have been telling him I wanted a Halloween wreath): The best thing about this […]

  • Wordless Wednesday – Goddess Kali

  • Cute Anubis and Bastet Figures

    Aren’t these Anubis and Bastet figures (the two in the back) I got at Indianapolis Children’s Museum adorable? I put together a cute little display featuring them (along with their more traditional figures), a raven/wolf candle made by Tamed Wild, and some feathers and seedpods. I think my next display will be unicorn inspired. I […]

  • For the Love of Anubis

    I took the above picture at the Indianapolis Children’s Museum we visited a couple weeks ago. Anubis has always been one of my favorite mythological Gods. Him and Bastet are definitely my favorite Egyptian gods/goddesses, although Thoth is up there on my list as well. In case you are unfamiliar with Anubis, he is the […]

  • Poetry: Jasper

    Jasper By: Maranda Russell Stone formed from drops of Christ’s blood, the martyr’s gem from legends of old – jasper stained with red flecks, forever falling from the foot of the cross.

  • September Cryptid Crate and Paper Kitty Subscription Boxes

    This month I decided to try two new subscription boxes. I enjoy trying out various subscription boxes just to see what kind of stuff you get, and this month I tried out Cryptid Crate (which as you might have guessed, is a subscription box for those who love mythical monsters and other creatures of folklore) […]