[3/9] Greek Gods/Goddesses

HECATE  (Ἑκάτη; meaning “the far reaching one”, derived from hekas, meaning “far off”) is the Greek goddess of witchcraft, magic, crossroads, the moon, necromancy, demons, and ghosts. The only child of Titans Perses and Asteria, she helped Demeter in her search for Persephone, guiding her through the night with flaming torches. Despite being a goddess of the Underworld, she was regarded in Athenian households as a protective goddess who bestowed blessings and prosperity. She is usually depicted as carrying a key or two torches; and sometimes she is portrayed as a three headed being, one head a horse, one head a dog, and one head a lion.

Timeladies Against the Universe

Lynne walks out of her TARDIS and locks the door behind her, pocketing the key. Two seconds out of the TARDIS and no catastrophes yet; this is starting to look like a nice trip.

She takes her green messenger bag and places it over her shoulder, walking down a cobblestone path with overgrown grass  and the occasional dandelion. She sweeps stray hairs out of her face and sweeps her copper red hair over her shoulder as she walks, braiding it.

She takes her sonic screwdriver out of her pocket and scans the area; the readings saying that there is another being in this general area.

aesthetics → yuri on ice characters + quotes

“Don’t stop us now, the moment of truth
We were born to make history
We’ll make it happen, we’ll turn it around
Yes, we were born to make history.”

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