The tale of one of the most hard working gods of Olympus, a goddess who sat down and almost never got back up, an arranged marriage orchestrated to bring peace to Olympus, and one very unhappy bride.
“Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.” – Aristotle
The first piece revealed from the series Primythical
“One of the hardest things in life to learn are which bridges to cross and which bridges to burn.” – Oprah Winfrey
From the Northwest of the United States this vase tells the tale of a love triangle of the gods and a fiery sibling rivalry that required some pretty extreme parental intervention.
Tiresias’ Prophecy’ tells the tale of blind creation, an ancient oracle, an instant gender reassignment, a spat between gods, and a lesson all men should be sure to take heed of – the woman is always right.
The tale from the dawn of creation to the end of the world, of an oracle known as a volva, who saw it all, and her audience with Odin, the god of wisdom, poetry, death, magic and divination.
The tale of an exceptional deity among the pantheons of ancient gods.
It’s not like young Hera had a thing for the bad boys. She had resisted the advances of Zeus for what seemed like forever.