Paul Elson
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fuckyeahpaganism: “ Medusa {Greek} considered to be a monster, a Gorgon. “In a late version of the Medusa myth, related by the Roman poet Ovid (Metamorphoses Medusa was originally a.

Moon Goddess, Draped in her glimmering veil of stars, the Goddess Selene tenderly guides the moon on its celestial journey, keeping watch over the night bathed earth. Her face is lit by the gentle glow of moonbeams.

Athena Goddess by cliford417.deviantart.com. A very nice image with the helmet down, a cunning look, a dark aspect, and Medusa's head well-rendered on the shield. A look at the dangerous side of the Goddess of War.

Athena Goddess by cliford417.deviantart.com. A very nice image with the helmet down, a cunning look, a dark aspect, and Medusa's head well-rendered on the shield. A look at the dangerous side of the Goddess of War.

Anubis - Egyptian God of the Dead. Judges the hearts of those who have died to determine where they will go in the afterlife.

Anubis - Egyptian God of the Dead. Judges the hearts of those who have died to determine where they will go in the afterlife.

Medusa - One of the Gorgons, and the only one who was mortal. Her gaze could turn whoever she looked upon to stone. There is a particular myth in which Medusa was originally a beautiful maiden. She desecrated Athena's temple by lying there with Poseidon. Outraged, Athena turned Medusa's hair into living snakes. Medusa was killed by the hero Perseus with the help of Athena and Hermes. He killed her by cutting off her head and gave it to Athena, who placed it in the center of her Aegis, which…

Medusa - One of the Gorgons, and the only one who was mortal. Her gaze could turn whoever she looked upon to stone. There is a particular myth in which Medusa was originally a beautiful maiden. She desecrated Athena's temple by lying there with Poseidon. Outraged, Athena turned Medusa's hair into living snakes. Medusa was killed by the hero Perseus with the help of Athena and Hermes. He killed her by cutting off her head and gave it to Athena, who placed it in the center of her Aegis, which…