From the heavens to the pit by thyghostboy.deviantart.com on @deviantART

A huge sleeve tattoo that I designed for a customer online. It's based on greek mythology of course. From the heavens to the pit

Yesterday I accidentally said 'mythology' instead of 'theology'.  Homer  ruined me.

The Iliad (I'm kinda depressed that I only found the revised English story version and didn't get these quotes now)

I have always loved Greek mythology, Poseidon's Trident without the hand and maybe with more detail on trident would make a sweet tattoo (Poseidon was always my favorite)

I have always loved Greek mythology, Poseidon& Trident without the hand and maybe with more detail on trident would make a sweet tattoo (Poseidon was always my favorite)

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witchedways: “ bhanglordzz: “ “Symbols derived from ancient Greek magickal kharakteres (characters). Examples of kharakteres may be found within the Greco-Egyptian magickal papyri, astrological. I love the Warrior symbol.

Medusa looking in the mirror... This is an extraordinary piece of art. She's seeing herself as she used to be before she was turned into a monster

Beautiful Digital Illustrations by Lilia Osipova- So sad. Medusa is my favorite Greek Myth

Greek Mythology quotes. Love this. Greek Mythology is a big part of me, even though I am a Christian. I find it so fascinating and I always will. Maybe on my rib cage...hmm

"Though my soul may sit in darkness, it will rise in perfect light. I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night" Sarah Williams-The Old Astronomer. My father loved the stars. He asked me to sing "Stardust" at his funeral.

The triple moon symbol is a powerful goddess symbol, often used for goddess who have triple aspects, especially lunar goddesses such as Hecate, Artemis, and Diana. It represents the waxing, full, and waning moon, as is the embodiment of the triple aspect of all of us. It is often used to represent the three phases of the goddess as the Maiden, Mother, and Crone.

The triple moon symbol is a powerful goddess symbol, often used for goddess who have triple aspects, especially lunar goddesses such as Hecate, Artemis, and Diana.

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jpg Would love this if I were getting a Greek God sleeve, I just want to know what the text at the bottom says

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