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eudoxia katrana

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hades & persephone

Lighting reference for the Head Selection scene from "Ajax and Cassandra." "Ajax and Cassandra" by Solomon Joseph Solomon, 1886

Morpheus is the Greek god of dreams. His father is Hypnos, god of sleep, son of primordial goddess Nyx.

'Morpheus and Iris' by Guerin Pierre Narcisse. Morpheus ( or "Morpheas" - "Shaper [of dreams]") in Greek mythology, is the God of Dreams, Leader of the Oneiroi. Morpheus has the ability to take any human form and appear in dreams.

HEMERA was the Protogenos (primeval goddess) of the day. She was a daughter of Erebos (Darkness) and Nyx (Night) and the sister-wife of Aither (Light). In the evening Hemera's mother Nyx drew a veil of darkness between the shining atmosphere of the aither and the lower air of earth (aer) bringing night to man. With each morn Hemera dispersed night's mists, bathing the earth again in the shining light of heaven (aither).

HEMERA was the Protogenos (primeval goddess) of the day. She was a daughter of Erebos (Darkness) and Nyx (Night) and the sister-wife of Aither (Light).

Ëa, the queen of Du Ediron (of the Faeries).

Light are beautiful creatures. They were often considered to be “guardian angels” Light elves are minor gods of nature and fertility; they can help or hinder humans with their knowledge of powers. They also often deliver an inspiration to art or music.

This says "aerion" to me. Not the headpiece, probably. Too heavy, unless it was made of real snowflakes.

Snowflake crown headdress -- Enchanted Dolls by Marina Bychkova (Canadian artist w/ Russian art influences - born in Siberia, Russia; when emigrated)

Let the Spirit ignite a fire within you to leave this world a better place than when you found it.

I'm only pinning this for the girl's face. (I need her face as a reference for a character I'm creating) Título: Winter somewhere, de ElenaDudina (Elena Dudina)