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TheGoddess carries the Mark of The Prince. Sete Diabolica (Coven) TheGoddess carries the Mark of Coven Master Drayton

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The most common sort of lie is that by which a man deceives himself: the deception of others is a relatively rare offense. - Friedrich Nietzsche

You, you love it how I move you
You love it how I touch you, my one
When all is said and done
You'll believe God is a woman
And I, I feel it after midnight
A feelin' that you can't fight, my one
It lingers when we're done
You'll believe God is a woman

I don't wanna waste no time
You ain't got a one-track mind,
Have it any way you like,
And I can tell that you know I know how I want it
Ain't nobody else can relate
Boy, I like that you ain't afraid
Baby, lay me down and let's pray
I'm tellin' you the way I like it, how I want it

And I can be all the things you told me not to be
When you try to come for me, I keep on flourishing
And he see the universe when I'm in company
It's all in me

You, you love it how I move you
You love it how I touch you, my one
When all is said and done
You'll believe God is a woman
And I, I feel it after midnight
A feelin' that you can't fight, my one
It lingers when we're done
You'll believe God is a woman

I tell you all the things you should know
So baby, take my hands, save your soul
We can make it last, take it slow, hmm
And I can tell that you know I know how I want it, yeah
But you're different from the rest
And boy, if you confess, you might get blessed
See if you deserve what comes next
I'm tellin' you the way I like it, how I want it

And I can be all the things you told me not to be
When you try to come for me, I keep on flourishing
And he see the universe when I'm in company
It's all in me

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Once upon a time”.. Psyche was the little daughter among the 3 princesses of a king. Her fairness far outshone her sisters’ and any other girls’ in the mortal land and that made Venus (Aphrodite) – the Goddess of Love and Beauty – so envious and anxious because people forgot to worship her power. Thus, she told her son Cupid (Eros) – the winged God of Love – to shoot his arrows making Psyche fall in love with the ugliest man ever. However, the trouble was that Cupid also fell in love with Psyche from the very first time he saw her as if he had just shot himself (I think this is the best part of this version because the God of Love also got trapped in the “troubles” he brought to mortals and also love does happen even without getting shot with one of those invisible golden arrows).

So he begged for help from Apollo to fake an oracle telling the king that his little daughter had to marry a terrible serpent to save his people. Psyche accepted her fate because it was a princess’s responsibility and she even tried to console her parents’ grieve. She was left alone in a mountain, but no serpent came as said. She only felt a cool breeze taking her to a magnificent palace where she was served like a queen by invisible servants. Her husband only came to her at night and she never saw his face. However, she also quietly fell in love with him.

Then one day her husband allowed her to receive her two sisters as guests but he told her not to listen to them and try to find out who he was: “On the day you know who I am we’ll be parted forever”.

When seeing Psyche again, the two sisters became more envious of Psyche’s luxurious life than happy that she was still alive. They persuaded Psyche that her husband was actually a serpent and prompted her to kill him to save herself. Psyche was so naive that her faith was totally shaken by the evil words from her sisters. She couldn’t think about killing her husband who was very nice to her but at least she had to make sure he was not a monster.

One night Psyche waited for her husband to sleep soundly and came back with a lamp. Under the light she finally saw her husband’s face, as beautiful as he always was, the God of Love. She was deeply touched and her hands were trembling so hard that she dropped a bit oil from the lamp on his shoulder and awoke him. He immediately flew away and she could still hear his voice in the wind “Love can’t exist without honesty and trust”.

Psyche was brokenhearted. She loved her husband with all her heart and decided to go to look for him. Days, months and years passed by but she found no sight of her beloved husband. She asked all the Olympus Gods and Goddesses for help but no one spared her any sympathy because they didn’t want troubles with Venus. Thus, Psyche decided to search for Venus herself to beg her permit to meet Cupid again.

Meanwhile, Venus found out her son’s disobedience and locked him up in his room to prevent him from going for his wife. Then one day she finally met with Psyche. The envious Goddess thought she would challenge Psyche with difficult tasks so that she would either die or become so old and ugly that Cupid would not love her anymore.

She asked Psyche to separate a mess of grains; then to get some wool from the vicious golden sheep; and then bring back some water from the River Styx, the river lay between the mortal land and the Underworld. Amazingly, while all the Gods and Goddesses ignored the poor girl, all the little creatures sympathized with her and Psyche overcame all 3 tasks thanks to help from the ants, a little tree and an eagle.

Venus was so angry at Psyche’s success. She finally came up with the most wicked idea which was to challenge Psyche to go to the Underworld to ask for a bit of beauty from Queen Proserpina (Persephone). Psyche went on her long journey again and was shown how to go to the Underworld and come back alive by an old tower. Many days and difficulties went by and finally she met with Proserpina and had a piece of her beauty to put in a small box to go back to Venus. However, on the way back Psyche was curious and also she wanted to take a bit of that piece to beautify herself before seeing Cupid again. She opened the box but instead of something visible there was only an infernal sleep that took over her and get her into an eternal sleep that nobody could wake up from.

Luckily, Cupid had found the way out of his locked room. He had forgiven his wife and was flying around to look for her. He found Psyche sleeping and wiped out the sleep on her face. Putting the Proserpina’s beauty back into the box he told Psyche to come to Venus immediately while he came up to the Olympus mount to beg Jupiter (Zeus) to accept their marriage. After hearing everything Psyche had been through, the God decided that she were allowed to be married to an immortal God and became a Goddess. Only then had Venus have to obey Jupiter’s decision but she was also so impressed by Psyche’s will that she totally had no objections.

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Orpheus was a a very unusual type of character in the Greek Mythology. While most of the tales were about immortal gods or muscular heroes who built their glories upon killing and conquering, Orpheus appeared to be the most peaceful male character in the whole legend. He was a musician, a mortal human being, who used his 9-string lyre and his amazing music talent as weapons, and actually those turned out to be invincible weapons. It was him, Orpheus, not Heracles, Ulysses (Odysseus) or any other famous heroes, that could tame the vicious Cerberus guarding the gate to the Underworld and defeated the Siren‘s bewitching songs to save the life of the Argo sailors. (Sirens: the mermaids in Greek Mythology that lived on three islands in the sea. They often floated on the water singing the praise of the ocean’s beauty to seduce sailors. Their voice was described to be irresistibly enthralling, and if sailors didn’t cover their ears when passing this area they would jump out of the ships to follow the sirens and end up drowning in the sea).

Generally speaking, the legend about Orpheus’s triumph over Sirens as well as the taming of Cerberus and other fierce animals shows the supreme power of music. Sometimes music has the might to enchant, to lure, to kill but in the end it’s still the healer, the peace maker, the conqueror without killing or blood. And that made Orpheus become one of the most influencing characters in the whole Greek Myth. Even now in this modern world we can still see and feel his power whenever we cry or smile with a melody that touches our heart and soul, because that was also what Orpheus did during his time on Earth: to touch deeply within people’s heart, and no, not just people but every creature, from the birds, the tigers to the trees, the rocks and the water.

Orpheus got married to a Nymph named Eurydice. The legend didn’t say how they fell in love, so again I guess the part about how they kept their love alive was more important. They had a happy and harmonious life together. Orpheus loved Eurydice with all his heart and together with music, she was the reason he lived for. They often went together to the wood where Orpheus played his lyre and Eurydice sat by him putting her head on his shoulders and listening to his songs with admiration and certainly, love.

However, tragedy soon came upon them. One sunny day Eurydice went to the wood with her Nymph friends and accidentally stepped on a venomous snake. She got bitten and when Orpheus came she was already dead. Orpheus fell deeply in sorrow and he played such sad and mournful songs that made mortals and gods and all creatures on Earth weep. Then, right after her funeral he decided to go to the Underworld to beg Hades to send his wife back to him.

Overcoming the difficult route Orpheus finally made it to the Underworld where his music brought an extraordinary day to the land of forever darkness. His voice and his lyre tamed all the fierce creatures and vicious monsters in the Underworld including the 3-head guard dog, Cerberus, and also softened the heart of the Underworld King, Hades, a miracle that had never happened before. He didn’t beg to have his wife back forever because they were both mortals and would die someday just like others. His humble wish was for Eurydice to enjoy her full life on Earth till the years came to take them away. Hades sympathized and broke the rule once. He let Eurydice go back to the mortal land with Orpheus but told him that Eurydice had to go after him all the way back and he was not allowed to look at her, or else she would disappear forever. Unfortunately, Orpheus was too worried that his wife couldn’t keep up with him and got lost in the dark, he broke the prohibition before reaching the Earth and turned around to make sure she was still following. And that tragic moment he saw her for the last time and then she disappeared. He tried to turn back to the Underworld but all the gates were closed. Seven days and nights he waited outside but there was no sign of Hades’s sympathy once again.

So he had to return to Earth, alone, feeling guilty that he killed his beloved wife a second time. From that time on he lived a quiet life in his home land singing and creating music about his endless love.

Four years went by, but nothing had changed. Orpheus could never forget Eurydice and he didn’t fell for anyone else. Many beautiful girls admiring his talent came to him and expressed their wish to fulfill his life again but he refused them all. Thus, they called him by an unfriendly nickname “the woman hater”.

Then spring came with all of its vivid colors, all the festivals and all the happy craziness. In one of those festivals, the festival to honor the God of Wine, Dionysus, the women became totally drunk and uncontrollably insane. They were having their march of madness along the roads when they suddenly saw Orpheus sitting in the wood singing about the beauty of nature when spring visited. Being drunk they only saw in him “the woman hater” and his music couldn’t touch their mind anymore. Right there they beat Orpheus to death. Barbaric enough, the mad women cut his body into pieces, threw his head and his golden lyre into Hebrus river and continued their crazy march as if nothing had happened. I wonder when all the alcoholic insanity was gone did they even remember the terrible thing they had just done? They brought the endless pains not only to Orpheus but to all the mortal land because its greatest singer and musician had left the world.. just like that.. Personally speaking, I don’t like to get drunk nor drunken people. What feels good if you can’t control what you are doing, can’t feel or see the beauty in front of your eyes? Look at those women! The music that once saved all the heroes on the Argo, that tamed all the monsters, that softened the heart of Hades couldn’t touch their soul.. I feel pity for them.

The river brought Orpheus’s head and lyre to the sea and winds carried them to Lesbos Island. After that the Muses, the Goddesses of Music and Arts, gathered the pieces of Orpheus’s body and buried him at the foot of Mount Olympus. The golden lyre was taken to heaven and placed among the stars.

While all the gods and mortals were mourning for his tragic death, Orpheus returned to the Underworld, where he finally reunited with his beloved wife, Eurydice. From that time on, he could look at her beautiful face all the time and didn’t have to worry if Eurydice could keep up with him in their long journey. Probably that was still a happy ending after all, because they were together happily in the Underworld, till the end of time..

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Aphrodite, the Goddess of Love and Beauty, the one and only that has supreme power over every human being and immortal god, amazingly also has to suffer from the same “trouble” that she brings to this world. Just like her son Cupid (Eros), who fell in love with Psyche as if he had shot himself, Aphrodite loved Adonis as if she had been spelled by her own power. Probably this is just another example to show that Love can’t be controlled, even by the God and Goddess that are supposed to command it.

Adonis, arguably the most beautiful male figure in the Greek Mythology, came from a very complicated background.

Most stories agreed that he was conceived out of the incest between princess Myrrha and her father, king Cinyras of Cyprus. However, there are a few versions on how this incestuous intercourse happened. Some said Myrrha fell in love with her father and tricked him into sexual intercourse. Others involved Aphrodite’s wrath over the king and queen for boasting their daughter’s beauty. And Myrrha, surprisingly, is an inspiration for a lot of poems, plays and paintings. Wikipedia’s page on Myrrha is very detailed on how her sin and tragic life was portrayed in several legends across Arabia to Cyprus and ancient Greece.

Following the version edited by Nguyen Van Khoa, Myrrha was a daughter of king Cinyras of Cyprus. The king was blindly proud of his daughter’s beauty that he proclaimed his daughter was even more beautiful than Goddess Aphrodite. Angered, Aphrodite took his sanity and made him confuse his daughter with his wife. After giving birth to her son Adonis, Myrrha was immediately expelled from her father’s kingdom. She carried her infant from one place to another until exhausted, dying and turned into the myrrh tree. Aphrodite then felt pity for the girl and took the baby under her patronage. However, she didn’t raise Adonis but entrusted the new-born baby to Persephone, the Queen of the Underworld. Later one, when Aphrodite came to ask for her patronee back, Persephone refused for a reason that she couldn’t justify: Adonis was too beautiful, so beautiful that Persephone didn’t want anyone to take him away. The two goddesses had a big argument and had to take each other to Zeus. Zeus decided that Adonis would spend half a year with Aphrodite (spring and summer) and half a year with Persephone (autumn and winter). Some even said Zeus decided Adonis would spend 1/3 of the year with each goddess, the rest of the time was his own choice and he chose to spend it with Aphrodite.

Adonis’s beauty totally carried Aphrodite away. She was passionately in love with the beautiful boy that she forgot everything else including herself. She didn’t return to the Olympus, forgot all the ceremonies to honour her by mortals; instead she just wanted to be next to Adonis and followed him in everything he did. Adonis loved hunting and often went to the jungle for his hobby. Aphrodite, who was never fond of hunting, found herself in the forest with Adonis tracking animals instead of taking care of her graceful feminine appearance. No one else in the whole legend had such a power on the Goddess of Love and Beauty as Adonis did. She – the one who created enormous suffering for whomever she wanted to – now also understood what she made others going through.

Aphrodite, worried for Adonis’s safety, always told him to hunt only small and harmless animals, but on the only occasion that she couldn’t go with him to the forest, tragedy happened. Adonis forgot her advice and chased a wild boar. The boar killed him afterwards. Some said the boar was sent either by jealous Ares, the God of War and Aphrodite’s official husband, or by Persephone because Adonis loved Aphrodite more than herself.

Grieved by the news, Aphrodite walked into the forest to find her beloved. She climbed through mountains, dashed across jungles, got herself bleeding over thorny bushes and spiky rocks, but she didn’t feel the pain as her heart was already broken to pieces. She finally found Adonis lying dead on the soil and carried him back home for funeral. Legend had it that Adonis’s blood dropping on the way sprang the pretty anemones which often bloom in spring and die after a short while, and Aphrodite’s blood sprinkled on her journey to look for Adonis pigmented the white roses and turned them into velvet colour which symbolizes eternal love, beauty and youth.

Zeus, however, felt pity for the beautiful young boy letting him come back to life every spring to spend time with Aphrodite in the land of sunshine. Adonis and Aphrodite later on had a daughter, Beroe, who the capital city of Lebanon was named after.

Adonis’s birth-death-rebirth somehow resembles the cycle of nature when everything is revitalized in spring after a long gloomy ‘dead’ winter. That’s why love also has to be in full bloom in spring. No hearts should be broken in spring, because that is when Aphrodite welcomes back her most beloved.

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Alittle about Goddess...First I was gifted this profile by my Cm this is not my only profile on here.
The Goddess fears no one except herself ..she tends to be on a self destructive mode.
The Goddess likes.. well she likes dark pretty things ..

I love you more the sun adores the flowers more than the rain cherishes the rain. my heart will forever beat for yours ,my midnight sun.

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I wish to possess you
I want to make you mine

Let me be your captor
Hold you up and bind
Everything of you is what I really seek
Nothing more satisfied me than when you are meek.

Vampire Kiss
by Claire Voyant

Every night it’s the same dark dream;
And it always ends with a scream;
You’re following me;
You’re haunting me;
You know I’m not what I seem.

It’s a black hot drenching heat;
Late at night on an empty street;
You’re chasing me;
You’re right behind me;
And you smell so eternally sweet.

You don’t come from the human swarm;
You’re of a distinctly different darkened form;
You’re touching me;
You’re tongue is breaking me;
You’re smoothly warm.

Life is complex and monstrous;
Pleasure at times is cancerous;
Your hand slides up;
And you find my cup;
Life should be always so wondrous.

Your nails dig deep into my skin,
Even as my head begins to spin;
You’re a burning flame;
But I’ll not cast any blame;
For you’ve given me an evil grin.

We’re on the brink of a cool spring;
It’s time to make you my all new king;
Your tongue finds mine;
And I can taste your bloody wine;
Please make my body sing.

I give in to a long deep sigh;
Tell me we’ll never say good-bye;
Now comes the bite,
and I won’t fight;
Even if it’s time to die.

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Soulmates: different souls that we encounter on our path that are cut from the same “energetic cloth” as us and are sent to help awaken and challenge us so we can become the best versions of ourselves.

Twin Flames: when our own “energetic cloth” grows so big with love that our energy splits into two. This other half becomes our Twin Flame. This often occurs over many, many lifetimes. 

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