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manly-vigour:


 ”The Snail"  (by Qeta Gvinepadze Photography)

manly-vigour:

 ”The Snail"  (by Qeta Gvinepadze Photography)

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asoceanswide:

Crown chakra.

asoceanswide:

Crown chakra.

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Ares, and Inanna as a war goddess

bayoread:

soloontherocks:

theorchidmoon:

I think Hephestus and Inanna are why I don’t really like Ares. Like, I don’t dislike him, I can even respect his domain, but just-

Do your thing over there. Way over there.

Curious what your reasoning is behind a conflict between Inanna and Ares.

Considering Inanna is a goddess of warfare? Among other things.

In the Iron days of mankind, every deity was deemed a god or goddess of war.  Combat was a part of the background of life, the brick and mortar of their reality.  They were all supposedly gods and goddesses “of war”, in the same way Inuit deities would be deities “of snow”, or merpeople deities would be deities “of water”.  Gods of PEACE were also gods of war.  War, war, war.

artforadults:

the triumph by alfonso elola

If you cheat, may you cheat death.
If you steal, may you steal a woman’s heart.
If you fight, may you fight for a brother.
And if you drink, may you drink with me.
Irish Proverb

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