Charybdis was interpreted as either a sea monster or as a large whirlpool in the Greek mythology. In the former, she was portrayed as the daughter of the sea god Poseidon and goddess of Earth, Gaia. In this interpretation, she had a mouth for a face and had to swollen huge amounts of water each day. When Charybdis belch the water back, it lead to the formation of large whirlpools.

Charybdis was interpreted as either a sea monster or as a large whirlpool in the Greek mythology. In the former, she was portrayed as the daughter of the sea god Poseidon and goddess of Earth, Gaia.

Mountain Folklore Infographic

Mountain Folklore Infographic ~ Ferocious beasts and terrifying legends of mountain folklore. From Bigfoot to Brown Mountain Lights

The Underworld in Greek Mythology was a place for souls to rest after death. Here's some more information about the Underworld - Kingdom of the Dead.

Can You Escape From Hell? And fuck you. In Hell, we say ‘fuck you’ all the time because it’s Hell, baby.” See if you can escape Hell on a new ClickVenture!

Kronos-Pin-up

Kronos, the Titan of Time. The father of the six original Olympians, five of which he ate.

Ophiotaurus was a Greek mythology creature that isn’t very well known. In fact, I only got to know about it because this creature was mentioned in the third book of Percy and the Olympians. Ophiotaurus had the head of a bull and the body of a sea serpant. It was a vastly powerful creature that was birthed from the same Chaos that give arise to Gaia, Mother of Earth. It is believed Ophiotaurus’s entrails can grant the welder the power to defeat gods.

Ophiotaurus was a Greek mythology creature that isn’t very well known. In fact…

Medieval skeleton warrior art by Markus Neidel archer monster beast creature…

Kampe- Greek myth: a loyal servant to Kronos the king titan she helped him escape Tartarus; consequently she was killed by zeus. She had the upper body of a woman and the lower body of a dragon. The had a bubbling mass around her waist that was constantly morphing into different heads of beasts. Like wolves, lions and bears.

Kampe- Greek myth: a loyal servant to Kronos the king titan she helped him…

According to legend, Hermes was born in a cave on Mount Cyllene in Arcadia. Zeus had impregnated the nymph Maia at the dead of night while the gods slept. Hermes is the god of shepherds, land travel, merchants, weights and measures, literature and athletics, and known for his cunning and shrewdness. Most importantly, he is the messenger of the gods. Besides that he was also a minor patron of poetry. He was worshiped throughout Greece and festivals in his honor were called Hermoea.

"Hermes - the messenger of Gods"Hermes was lighting fast in ancient Greek Mythology.Aphrodite 's son

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Discover a selection of recent artworks made by Grzegorz Rutkowski, a freelancer polish artist.

Olympus rising series - Andromeda- in Greek mythology, she was the daughter to Cepheus and Cassiopeia. Her mother's huberous towards the goddess Thetis led towards Andromeda being stripped naked and chained to a rock as a sacrifice to Cetus, the Kraken.

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