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Loki by GENZOMAN.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Ares by *GENZOMAN on deviantART "But then a star laughed - 'twas Mars! ' and under that I was born."

☆ Supay-Diablo: Aymara and Inca mythologies, Supay or Zupay was both the god of death and ruler of the Uca Pacha, the Incan underworld, as well as a race of demons. In some areas of Peru, the Quechuan people continue the tradition of the Supay dance at Mamacha Candicha which roughly translates as "The flame virgin" and is a festival with dancing lasting up to two weeks.。Art By :→: GENZOMAN ☆

Éter- A personificação do ar. Representa o ar elevado, puro e brilhante que os deuses respiram, contrapondo-se com o ar obscuro respirado pelos mortais. Também é conhecido como o Céu Superior, o céu que está acima de Urano e representa a mais pura energia de todas. Enquanto Hemera seria o oposto de sua mãe, Éter seria o oposto de seu pai, Érebos, a personificação da mais obscura energia de todas. Ele se uniu com sua irmã, Hemera, e teve Tálassa, a deusa que representa o aspecto feminino do…

Genzo - Mitos y Leyendas

Nêmesis, a justiça-sou contra o orgulho e a arrogância e também contra quem não cumpre as leis. Vivo no monte Olimpo, às vezes sou chamada como deusa da noite, e distribuo tanto a boa, quanto a má sorte. Meus símbolos são ramo de maçã, roda e uma coroa prateada

Mountain giant with a hammer, cornered by a troop of human soldiers

Long John Silver by *GENZOMAN In Treasure Island, Long John Silver is a pirate who was quartermaster under the notorious Captain Flint. Long John Silver had a pet parrot called Captain Flint, often seen sitting on his shoulder where she would nibble on seeds.

The Greek Sphinx was a demon of death and destruction and bad luck. She was the offspring of Typhon and Echidna. It was a female creature, sometimes depicted as a winged lion with a feminine head, and sometimes as a female with the breast, paws and claws of a lion. She sat on a high rock near Thebes and posed a riddle to all who passed, and those who could not solve the riddle were strangled by her. The name 'sphinx' is derived from the Greek sphingo, which means "to strangle".