Tag: Mythology

The Mysterious Mary Magdalene.

Mary Magdalene is to simply put it an enigma. She is one of the more fascinating characters or persons from […]

Alexandre Cabanel’s The Birth of Venus (1863).

Inspiration often comes from my daily grind. I’ve said it many times before and today is no different. I bought […]

The Peacock, worshipped and revered around the world, and not just because he is a showoff.

The male peacock is a large pheasant (peafowl), usually blue or green and originally native to India. He is known […]

The Angels of Mons

Is Archangel Michael, the ‘Angel of Mons’, who saved the British? In the sweltering heat of August 1914, the British […]

Aztec human sacrifice.

Our earliest evidence of human sacrifice can be traced back to the Mesopotamians from around 6,000 BC. This vulgar practice […]

The Chimera

Mythology often dates back to antiquity. That is where my head is often buried, in a book about ancient Rome […]

The Tale of Pomona and Vertumnus

The Romans worshipped an innumerable number of gods and goddesses. Many of these were first deities of the Etruscans who […]

The Vision of Constantine the Great?

What are we to believe of the amazing vision of Constantine I The Great on the eve of his battle […]

The Promise of Immortal Life?

The elixir of life, according to mythology, if consumed will bring its bearer the promise of immortal life. The substance […]

The Legend of the “Eye” Part 5

  Featuring an all seeing eye in its imagery ,this is the occultist and magician Eliphas Levi’s pentagram, which he […]