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Bolso de trapillo con cuero un tutorial para ir a la moda ¡no te lo pierdas!

Bolso de trapillo con cuero un tutorial para ir a la moda ¡no te lo pierdas!

Divine Feminine - Artemis of Ephesus.    "Diana (Artemis) of Ephesus as a specialized form of Diana from late antiquity that includes aspects of Ishtar, Isis, Cybele and Inanna.  She is a comprehensive figure of the divine feminine, and was called "Queen of Heaven", "Magna Mater" (Great Mother), Mother of the Animals, and Lady of the Wild Beasts. The many pomegranate-like breasts  show her also as an image of Mother Nature herself, fruitful and providing for all living things.

Divine Feminine - Artemis of Ephesus. "Diana (Artemis) of Ephesus as a specialized form of Diana from late antiquity that includes aspects of Ishtar, Isis, Cybele and Inanna. She is a comprehensive figure of the divine feminine, and was called "Queen of Heaven", "Magna Mater" (Great Mother), Mother of the Animals, and Lady of the Wild Beasts. The many pomegranate-like breasts show her also as an image of Mother Nature herself, fruitful and providing for all living things.

Souvenir for tourists

Souvenir for tourists

Artemis statue from the Amphitheater of  Lepcis Magna, now in the Archaeological Museum of Tripoli. Anatolian-Greek mythological image from an ancient mother nature. Contrasting it with the current vision on nature, it may invite thoughts like Hegel's description of "the True” as “the Bacchanalian revel in which no member is not drunk". Not to say that we are sober today. Are we missing something like a caring Artemis in our competitive vision on nature?

Artemis statue from the Amphitheater of Lepcis Magna, now in the Archaeological Museum of Tripoli. Anatolian-Greek mythological image from an ancient mother nature. Contrasting it with the current vision on nature, it may invite thoughts like Hegel's description of "the True” as “the Bacchanalian revel in which no member is not drunk". Not to say that we are sober today. Are we missing something like a caring Artemis in our competitive vision on nature?

The Regalia of Artemis Ephesia

The Regalia of Artemis Ephesia

DIY niedlichen Handtasche Vorlagen DIY-Projekte | UsefulDIY.com

DIY niedlichen Handtasche Vorlagen DIY-Projekte | UsefulDIY.com

ARTBURGAC: Marga Dirube

ARTBURGAC: Marga Dirube

© Marga Dirube

© Marga Dirube

© Marga Dirube

© Marga Dirube

Musings of a textile itinerant

Musings of a textile itinerant