" the worlds swirled around in front of her eyes, burst of colors and swirling ice rings careened through space. A small gasp left her lips, hands raising to them in surprise." Steampunk Tendencies | Photographies by Lumiereparken
Vanth is a chthonic (underworld) Goddess in Etruscan mythology, shown in a variety of forms of funerary art, such as in tomb paintings and on sarcophagi. Vanth is depicted as a young, vibrant female chthonic figure, often winged, sometimes in the company of the God Charun. She is a a benevolent Psychopompos, a divine being who assists with the journey of the deceased to the underworld.