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'Jesus is the Christ, one of the Holy Trinity. You are destined to be His heir.' St. Thalassios the Libyan

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Hekate (via Theoi Greek Mythology)

Hecate, Greek goddess of the three paths, guardian of the household, protector of everything newly born, and the goddess of witchcraft -- once a widely revered and influential goddess, the reputation of Hecate has been tarnished over the centuries. In current times, she is usually depicted as a "hag" or old witch stirring the cauldron.

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Archangel Gabriel is celebrated the day after Annunciation. He told Virgin Mary, Joseph, and, prior to them, Old Testament prophets about the birth of Christ, inspired Moses to write the Pentateuch, told Prophet Daniel about coming tribulations, announced the birth of Virgin Mary to Righteous Anna and that of John the Baptist to Zachariah, constantly stayed with the Virgin throughout Her life, strengthened Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane, and announced the Resurrection to Myrh-Bearing…

The oldest surviving panel icon of Christ Pantocrator, encaustic on panel, c. 6th century.

Oldest surviving image of the Madonna, Saint Catherine's Monastery, Mount Sinai, 6th century

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Saint George and the Dragon in Iconography

Russian Icon of St George, based on a 15th Century depiction

Archangel Michael by Angelos Akotantos, a 15th-century icon painter who lived and worked at Handaca (Heraklion), Crete, Republic of Venice. He was the first hagiographer to sign his name on his icons: "Χειρ Αγγέλου" -- "By hand of Angelos." He is the most important Greek painter of the first half 15th century when the center of Byzantine art is transferred from Constantinople, to the capital of Crete, as a result of the fall of Constantinople in 1453.

The first four archangels - Michael, Gabriel, Raphael, Uriel - are the ones that stand in the four corners of The Great Throne. The North, to the South, to the East and to the West