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Adorable simp Alektryon is living the dream, winning the target of his affection, the bloody God of War!

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Illustrated version for $10+ tiers with a sweet & spicy drawing by
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Had a photo shot last summer and this one ended up being one of my favorites.

@VoireyLinger @CJDouglass

I have the hashtags #writingcommunity #amwriting #writerscommunity #writers #romancelandia and #erotica saved in searchs pinned that I keep an eye on.

Also for erotica writers, seems like @eroticasocial started an erotica focused instance at erotica.social with a couple members.

It's the Day of Hermes aka Mercurius Day aka !

The head of a statue that had been found in central Athens in 2020. Sporting artfully curled hair and a long beard, he was likely part of a luck-bringing herm.
4th or 3rd century BCE.

Adorable simp Alektryon is living the dream, winning the target of his affection, the bloody God of War!

Plain text version
patreon.com/posts/fiction-in-h

Illustrated version for $10+ tiers with a sweet & spicy drawing by
@freitas_art

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It's the Day of Ares / Mars' Day / !

@TealHands' take on the Greek myth of and getting caught in ' net during on of their many hook-ups, using the designs of the gods:
twitter.com/TealHands/status/1

(Notice poor Alektryon in the window?)

you all seem to like void! just so you know, I usually draw him doing what people suggests me :D
what should void be doing? ♥ #MastoArt #art #mastodon

Happy Monday all! Here's a painting of the Norse gods Odin and Heimdall racing each other among the branches of Yggdrasil, the World tree. Odin on Sleipner and Heimdall on Gulltopp, with Odin's two ravens Hugin and Munin trailing behind
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#odin #horse #illustration #painting #MastoArt #vikings #art

This week's theme is invisibility!
The Ring of Gyges can turn the wearer invisible at will. Plato uses it in his work Politeia to dicuss whether or not an intelligent person would be just if they didn't have to fear a bad reputation from committing injustices.

Pictured: Gold ring with large cabochon garnets, Greek, 2nd–1st century BCE

It's the Day of Selene / Luna's Day / !

Selene, goddess of the moon, with the iconic lunar crescent on her head and a belt below the breast as her dark wings unfold. Created by @elizafox_art@twitter.com:

twitter.com/elizafox_art/statu

Hey #introduction , my name is Stella Spente, I'm an #illustrator working mainly with gaming and book publishing, also done some comics. Favourite motives are Norse mythology and androids.

I've done work for Magic the Gathering, D&D, and Bonnier Publishing.

Here's a few recent pieces of mine.

A shoutout to this hard worker on on . He is busy fashioning a herm, a simple statue of with a head & phallus that was rubbed for good luck.

Read about the deities of work and craft(wo)manship in this article:
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The name for in Charlemagne's 8th century CE calendar is "wunnimanot" which translates to "pasture month", cementing the idea that cattle was driven to the summer pastures in .

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In Northern Europe, cattle was blessed at the beginning of before they were moved to summer pastures. marked the beginning of summer on . To protect cattle from disease, druids would make 2 fires "with great incantations" and drive the cattle between them. This was still done in a Christianised adaptation, , the eve of Saint Walburga day, in which bonfires are lit to this day. They burn all night to also drive away evil spirits, witches, and disease.

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