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Odin, the one-eyed hanged man

What would you do to become the wisest creature in the universe? Have you ever wondered why Odin is missing one of his eyes? What Happened? A fight? A battle? Not at all.

Metamorphoses, the Roman Book of Genesis

Metamorphoses is the Latin language epic composed by Ovid, with over 250 myths telling the world’s history to the Roman people throughout ancient times explaining the origin of the world, from young and empty land, passing by the fall of Troy, the ascension of the Roman empire ending with Julius Caesar’s divination during Emperor Augustus reign.

Baldur’s death and the prologue of the end

Many are the tales of enlightened deities who come, bring peace and knowledge and are killed leaving the path ahead. With Baldur should not be different.

The birth of Athena

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.

Sunna, the conductor

The Germanic peoples are within those who created a face, name and stories for the Sun, but for them the star was a goddess named Sunna. She was destined to ride across the skies until the end of time.

Sleipnir: King of horses

Tales tell us about a mighty eight-legged horse ridden by the king of the Norse gods into battle. He was a gift from Loki to Odin, a majestic and powerful prize worthy to its new owner. They named him Sleipnir.

The Pillars of Heracles

Perhaps Hercules greatest act – and our favorite – is when King Eurystheus sent the hero to the unknown to retrieve the Cattle of Geryon, far beyond the west. By that time, that was a scary thought, but somehow defined the Greeks as great the explorers they came to be.

In Love with a Princess: The Tale of Europa

She was a princess so beautiful that even the king of Olympus couldn’t resist. This is the tale and the love story of Europa.

Romulus & Remus | The Violent birth of Rome

“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.

There was once a woman called Arachne

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.

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