Archive for the ‘Mythology’ Tag

Time stood still no longer… (Creation Myth Part 1)

And in that moment, time stood still no longer, the soul of the world conspired. The sky, conjoined at the horizon of the sea, together they knew no other, and they were one in the same body, two heads and one heart. Their bond, a love that is forged in the creation of everything, has been there before time began and will be here after time ceases to exist. The language they speak has no words, it is the language of the cosmos, the language that knows no beginning and no end, it is the language of love.

Sea mother and sky father

…to be continued.


Bearded Venus “She Shines Strongly”


bearded venus by Jeanette Vieira

bearded venus by Jeanette Vieira




Could Venus really have been bald and bearded?

We may never know.

However ‘living’ bearded woman such as Zenobia whom have had strong, independent character combined with exotic sexual appeal makes this Venus all the more Mytho-rific.  I choose to believe the lore! 


Excerpt from “Folk Lore. Transactions of the Folk-Lore Society” 1945.

The Bearded Venus (text) by Alexander H Krappe.

In an interesting study published in France a few years before the First World War, the late Morris Jastrow commented on a curious passage occurring in a hymn to the goddess Istar and reading: “She has a beard like the god Asur.” This text has long been used to

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“Living Half Girl” – Shadow vs Ego. Sideshow Banner


Living Half-Girl by Jeanette Vieira

Living Half-Girl by Jeanette Vieira

Giant Cyclops Baby! Sideshow Banner

Relative & Absolute Truths

Relative & Absolute Truths

A note on Time:

 Think for a moment. Have you ever had the feeling that time flew? How about that feeling of time standing still? If you said yes to either one of these then you’ve experienced relative time. Relative time is time that you feel.On the other hand, you may be more aquatinted with  absolute time. This is the time you see on your watch, it is the time you wake up for work or set TIVO to record your favorite show. 

Recently I experienced relative time but I had no idea until AFTER I experienced it. The weekend went by and it felt like a whole week long of experiences, I got more out of my weekend!  Saturday and Sunday was the same forty-eight hours that it always is, but it felt so satisfyingly more. 

The Cyclops baby challenges our perception of time. 


Meanings/Inspiration of Neve:

  • Relative & Absolute Truths/ Time
  • Surya -opposition between relative and absolute truth
  • Cyclops himself! – Greek Mythology
  • The moon dial on my mother’s grandfather clock – I like to see both sun and moon at the same time!
  • Author James Baldwin’s “The Price of the Ticket” /Shipped Wrecked in the New World.
  • The Lovely Dani who inspired the drool and the wreckage