victoriousvocabulary: CERES [noun] Roman mythology: a goddess of agriculture, grain crops, fertility and motherly relationships. She is the Roman counterpart to Greek mythology’s Demeter. painting: Helena Nelson-Reed
"We're going IN THERE?" Merlin looked over the edge of the stairs that led into a blue darkness. "Hmm, I think not." Merlin took a step back shaking his head. Evane chuckled, and shoved her hand into Merlin's chest move, "Move aside then, if you're so scared; I'M going." Merlin grabbed her shoulder, "Whoa, whoa. I'M not afraid, I was just saying that so if you were . . . afraid . . . then, uhh." We all stared at him, "I'll just go first then," he said ducking and nodding his head.
"Vesta’s themes are home, love, fertility and peace. Her symbols are fire, donkeys and veils. In Roman mythology, Vesta was part of every fire. As such, Vesta commends the sacred fires of the hearth, the heart of spiritual and emotional stability in your home."
Persephone is the goddess of the underworld in Greek mythology. She is the daughter of Zeus and Demeter, goddess of the harvest. Persephone was such a beautiful young woman that everyone loved her, even Hades wanted her for himself. One day, when she was collecting flowers on the plain of Enna, the earth suddenly opened and Hades rose up from the gap and abducted her.
Cerberus was the offspring of Echidna, a hybrid half-woman and half-serpent, and Typhon, a fire-breathing giant whom even the Greek gods feared. Its brother is Orthrus, always depicted as a two-headed hellhound. The common depiction of Cerberus in Greek mythology and art is as having three heads. In most works the three-heads each respectively see and represent the past, the present, and the future, while other sources suggest the heads represent birth, youth, and old age.