Greek Mythology

Information and reference on Greek Mythology in the mystical, esoteric and spiritual fields. Stories, myths, and legends, ancient Greece.


Moiras from Greek Mythology

According to Homer, the moiras also called Parcas by the Latins, are the individual and inescapable destinies of every human being. Zeus known as Jupiter, had a relationship with Themis a goddess of the line of the Titans and daughter of Uranus and Gaea.

Mito de los Andróginos / Myth of the Androgynous

Androgynous Greek Mythology

Androgynous legend offers a detailed analysis of love. This legend originates from Aristophanes’ monologue in Plato’s The Banquet. It aims to examine love from the most spiritual and natural angle, as well as the reasons why people are constantly searching for their soul mate.


Our Emerging World and Sedna

Inuit sea goddess Sedna is also referred to as the mother or mistress of the sea and the goddess of the underworld. Although there are other versions of her story, the essential gist is that when she reaches marriageable age, she rejects every proposal and chooses to stay in the comfort of her parents’ house.

Persefone / Persephone


We are bipolar, like Persephone and we love to oscillate between the two poles until we reach the neutral point, the point of balance, or the point of emptiness, where we experience peace and tranquility.

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