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I’m pretty sure that, if you are into the Norse mythology, you’ve noticed some similarities between Gandalf and the all father, Odin. Yes, Gandalf was inspired by the king of the Norse gods.
There was once a woman called Arachne, she mastered the art of weaving in such a way that no one could weave like her, not even Athena and, for that, she was doomed.
“To understand the true quality of people, you must look into their minds, and examine their pursuits and aversions.” wrote Emperor Marcus Aurelius. This is how I look into ancient Roman civilization. The heart of the Roman conquest machine lies under an effective violence and the quest for the glorification of Rome itself and it all started with its legendary foundation.
Little is know about the Horned God Cernunnos, but if you search for Celtic gods, you will probably bump into his name and possibly find some visual references. In fact, none of them can give us much conclusion about his personality, function or appearance.
Back in the 80’s, when I was born, I watched a movie that would change everything to me. There were knights, magic, prophecies and a legendary sword destined to be wield by the true king of the Brittons.
A Titan fighting side by side with the Olympian gods and whose deeds would mark the beginning of human technological advance. Even that would not prevent him from suffering one of the worst punishments Zeus has ever given to anyone.
Athena is one of the most celebrated deities in the western world, she was strong, intelligent, resourceful and mostly fair. Her conception was unusual and she played a fierce and ruthless role during the Trojan war.