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paperbrains · 2 days ago
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eastsideantiques · 2 days ago
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Victorian Cast Metal Bust
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thelastbacchae · 2 days ago
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Ch. 5, Page 27. << Previous || Start Reading || Next >>
How could they have been discovered, they're so anonymous, quiet and subtle when they interact together...
...Also, officially we're open to any wild speculation, come on with the names! To the winners, never-ending glory and a free oracle.
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bitesizedpoetry · 2 days ago
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Madeline Miller, Circe
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poetic-wilderness · a day ago
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"He showed me his scars, and in return he let me pretend that I had none"
- Circe, Madeline Miller
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violetweaver · 6 months ago
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poseidons-trident · 2 months ago
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ETERNALS x GREEK MYTHOLOGY
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Circe x Sersi
Circe was a goddess of sorcery who was especially skilled in the magic of transmutation and would transform her enemies, or those who offended her, into animals.
Sersi has similar powers, wielding the power of matter transmutation, changing the makeup of any non-sentient material she touches.
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Ikaros x Ikaris
Ikaros was the son of Daedalus with whom he attempted to escape from Crete by means of wings that Daedalus constructed from feathers and wax. Icarus though flies too close to the sun, causing the wax in his wings to melt. He tumbles out of the sky, falls into the sea, and drowns.
Ikaris is the only one of the Eternals with the ability of flight and he is able to project powerful cosmic energy beams from his eyes (which is rather unrelated to Ikaros). He also died by flying into the sun which is quiet similar to the way Ikaros died.
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Athena x Thena
Athena was the goddess of wisdom and war and was regarded as the patron and protectress of various cities across Greece, particularly the city of Athens.
Thena wields the power to manifest any handheld weapon she can imagine with pure cosmic energy. Like Athena her weapons of choice are most of the time a spear and a shield. She is even referred to as 'goddess of war' by her teammates since in this universe the greek goddess Athena is based on her.
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Ajax x Ajak
Ajax was a great hero, who plays an important role in the Trojan war and is portrayed as a towering figure and a warrior of great courage in Homer's Iliad .
Ajak has, besides being a leader, not much in common with the Greek Ajax (in the comics on the other hand, where she is potrayed as a male, it is stated that she/he fought in the Trojan war). She was able to use her cosmic energy to heal humans and Eternals alike from injuries and illnesses.
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Hermes x Makkari
Hermes is considered the herald of the gods and able to move quickly and freely between the worlds of the mortal and the divine, aided by his winged sandals.
Makarri uses her cosmically powered super-speed to scout planets for the Eternals, and as the only Deaf Eternal, the sonic boom that accompanies her cosmic running does not affect her. In the comics she is sometimes referred to as Mercury, the Roman version of Hermes.
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Hephaistos x Phastos
Hephaistos was the god of fire, smiths, craftsmen and metalworking. He made all the weapons and armour of the gods in Olympus and served as their blacksmith.
Phastos is a technopath, able to create any invention or weapon, powered by cosmic energy. He is often seen as the blacksmith and weapons-maker of the Eternals.
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the-quibb · 6 months ago
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when u read a book that hits so different before bed and then turn off ur light n stare into space going ??how??? will??? i go on??? with?? my life??
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thehoax · a month ago
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I raise my own hell and I do it most eloquently. —Notes from Circe by Amber A. Reid
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wonderfulwille · a month ago
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OH FUCK SHE'S COMING
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metamorphesque · 6 months ago
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... I stepped into those woods and my life began.
1. Clarissa Pinkola Estés | 2. John William Waterhouse | 3. Franz Kafka | 4. Grigoriy Myasoyedov | 5. Mary Oliver | 6. John William Waterhouse | 7. Madeline Miller | 8. Aron Wiesenfeld | 9. Anna Akhmatova | 10. Friedrich Heyser | 11. Mary Oliver
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the-evil-clergyman · 3 months ago
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Circe and Medea, from The Book of Wonder Voyages by John D. Batten (1919)
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theromanflaw · 3 months ago
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rip achilles you would’ve loved crop tops and man-buns
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calypsodragon44 · a month ago
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glazedeye-s · 8 months ago
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the song of achilles, by madeline miller // the critics, by henry scott tuke.
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dummy-dot-exe · 23 days ago
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by ベップミツナカ@mitsu_bep
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violetweaver · 5 months ago
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as a woman, I believe Circe was right when she transformed all those men in pigs
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mango-season · 3 months ago
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Madeline Miller, Circe
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yellingpasta · 4 months ago
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circe for my ap art class !!
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godzilla-reads · a year ago
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Circe Invidiosa by John William Waterhouse // Circe by Beatrice Offor // Circe Offering the Cup to Odysseus by John William Waterhouse // Circe and the Companions of Ulysses by Briton Riviere // Circe by Jean Jules // The Circe by Katia Varvaki // Circe by Wright Barker
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