In a late version of the Medusa myth, related by the Roman poet Ovid (Metamorphoses 4.770) Medusa was originally a ravishingly beautiful maiden, "the jealous aspiration of many suitors," but because Poseidon had raped her in Athena's temple, the enraged Athena transformed Medusa's beautiful hair to serpents and made her face so terrible to behold that the mere sight of it would turn onlookers to stone.

In a late version of the Medusa myth, related by the Roman poet Ovid (Metamorphoses 4.770) Medusa was originally a ravishingly beautiful maiden, "the jealous aspiration of many suitors," but because Poseidon had raped her in Athena's temple, the enraged Athena transformed Medusa's beautiful hair to serpents and made her face so terrible to behold that the mere sight of it would turn onlookers to stone.

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In Greek mythology Medusa was a Gorgon, a chthonic female monster & a daughter of Phorcys & Ceto. In a late version of the Medusa myth, related by the Roman poet Ovid, Medusa was originally a beautiful maiden, “the jealous aspiration of many suitors” & priestess in Athena’s temple. But because Poseidon raped her in Athena’s temple, the enraged Athena transformed Medusa’s beautiful hair to serpents & made her face so terrible to behold that the mere sight of it would turn men to stone. #myth

In Greek mythology Medusa was a Gorgon, a chthonic female monster & a daughter of Phorcys & Ceto. In a late version of the Medusa myth, related by the Roman poet Ovid, Medusa was originally a beautiful maiden, “the jealous aspiration of many suitors” & priestess in Athena’s temple. But because Poseidon raped her in Athena’s temple, the enraged Athena transformed Medusa’s beautiful hair to serpents & made her face so terrible to behold that the mere sight of it would turn men to stone. #myth

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Give up defining yourself - to yourself or to others. You won't die. You will come to life. And don't be concerned with how others define you. When they define you, they are limiting themselves, so it's their problem. Whenever you interact with people, don't be there primarily as a function or a role, but as the field of conscious Presence. You can only lose something that you have, but you cannot lose something that you are --Eckhart Tolle❤️☀️

Give up defining yourself - to yourself or to others. You won't die. You will come to life. And don't be concerned with how others define you. When they define you, they are limiting themselves, so it's their problem. Whenever you interact with people, don't be there primarily as a function or a role, but as the field of conscious Presence. You can only lose something that you have, but you cannot lose something that you are --Eckhart Tolle❤️☀️

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Athena is the Greek goddess of wisdom and strategical war. She is the daughter of Zeus & Metis. Most people claim her to be motherless because, due to a prophecy, Zeus ate Metis and thus Athena was born from his forehead, motherless. Athena is well known for her role in the Medusa myth. Medusa was a beautiful woman who was raped by Poseidon in Athena's temple. For disgracing her temple, Athena turned Medusa into a hideous monster. Athena_by_Stregatto10.jpg (900×1290)

Athena is the Greek goddess of wisdom and strategical war. She is the daughter of Zeus & Metis. Most people claim her to be motherless because, due to a prophecy, Zeus ate Metis and thus Athena was born from his forehead, motherless. Athena is well known for her role in the Medusa myth. Medusa was a beautiful woman who was raped by Poseidon in Athena's temple. For disgracing her temple, Athena turned Medusa into a hideous monster. Athena_by_Stregatto10.jpg (900×1290)

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Personnal work. Many sketches of medusas. Croquis+Cintiq+Photoshop. All Artwork Copyright Olivier SILVEN.

Personnal work. Many sketches of medusas. Croquis+Cintiq+Photoshop. All Artwork Copyright Olivier SILVEN.

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Athene receives the head of Medousa from Perseus. The hero is depicted as a young man, wearing the winged boots of Hermes and the cap of darkness on his head. Athene holds the Gorgoneion (Gorgon head) by its snaky locks, its image reflecting in the mirror of the shield.  ca 400 - 385 BC

Athene receives the head of Medousa from Perseus. The hero is depicted as a young man, wearing the winged boots of Hermes and the cap of darkness on his head. Athene holds the Gorgoneion (Gorgon head) by its snaky locks, its image reflecting in the mirror of the shield. ca 400 - 385 BC

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