Grecian Gods – Tales of Mortality and Death – Apollo and Hyacinth

Illustrated By Jean Young By Michael Carson I begin this night with a few tales of Apollo, god of “Sun, the Light, the Music and Prophecy” (Greek Gods & Goddesses), although the man was well renowned with his poetic air and regal flare, the young sun lord met his demise in the facets of love. … Continue reading Grecian Gods – Tales of Mortality and Death – Apollo and Hyacinth

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Grecian Gods – Tales of Mortality and Death

Within the reign of the Grecian gods, male and female, mortal, or divine, love swept the mountains of Olympus and the rivers and seas of mankind. Somewhere in-between love, affairs and variety of taste lies a wicked spite that bites those who are imbued with loves red kiss. Twisted are these tales of love and … Continue reading Grecian Gods – Tales of Mortality and Death

King Lycaon the Grecian Wereman

Illustrated by Aiswarya Loganathan and Laura Rivera By Tayah Kirschenmann Thousands of years ago in the Peloponnese, the Kingdom of Arcadia, prosperous and wild, was ruled by a faithless King named Lycaon. Both King Lycaon and his sons were doubtful of the Olympian gods, ceasing their worship of them. Despite the kingdom’s (and the world’s) … Continue reading King Lycaon the Grecian Wereman