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Eris was the Greek goddess of chaos, strife and discord. She was the daughter of Zeus and Hera; according to other myths, she was the daughter of Nyx alone. Her opposite was Harmonia. The equivalent Roman goddesses of Eris and Harmonia were Discordia and Concordia. She had a son, Strife, whom she brought along with her when she rode her chariot to war alongside Aris.

Eris was the Greek goddess of chaos, strife and discord. She was the daughter of Zeus and Hera; according to other myths, she was the daughter of Nyx alone. Her opposite was Harmonia. The equivalent Roman goddesses of Eris and Harmonia were Discordia and Concordia. She had a son, Strife, whom she brought along with her when she rode her chariot to war alongside Aris.

fuckyeahpaganism:  Kalma ~ “Smell of the Corpse.” The Finno-Ugric goddess of death and the dead. Her house was guarded by Surma, a monstrous animal with ever-open jaws, who would seize and devour human beings at her order. [x] [x]

fuckyeahpaganism: Kalma ~ “Smell of the Corpse.” The Finno-Ugric goddess of death and the dead. Her house was guarded by Surma, a monstrous animal with ever-open jaws, who would seize and devour human beings at her order. [x] [x]

《ペリ》La Péri 1865年 黒鉛、インク・紙 35×25cm シカゴ、アート・インスティテュート The Art Institutre of Chicago

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《ペリ》La Péri 1865年 黒鉛、インク・紙 35×25cm シカゴ、アート・インスティテュート The Art Institutre of Chicago

... where often you and I / Upon faint primrose-beds were wont to lie... "A Midsummer-Night’s Dream" (1908) illustrated by Arthur Rackham (Act I, Scene I).

... where often you and I / Upon faint primrose-beds were wont to lie... "A Midsummer-Night’s Dream" (1908) illustrated by Arthur Rackham (Act I, Scene I).

Arthur Rackham - Puck and a Fairy (from A Midsummer Night's Dream)

Arthur Rackham - Puck and a Fairy (from A Midsummer Night's Dream)

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