mythological sword


Reyna  Avila Ramirez Arellano

“Oh, but I don’t abide by your time frame, giant,“ Reyna said. "A Roman does not wait for death. She seeks it out, and meets it on her own terms.” 

― Rick Riordan, The Blood of Olympus

August – Amanor

Amanor was the chief and creator god in pre-Christian Armenian mythology. He was regarded as a generous god of fertility, rain, and abundance, as well as the father of the other gods. Amanor was both a common noun referring the new year and a title for the deity whose celebration was held on the new year.


Alex turned to me “You first, Magnus. If there are any hostiles, your tux will blind them.”

Sam laughed.

Mostly to get the embarrassment over with, I walked through the rowan tree into a different world.

-Magnus Chase and the Hammer of Thor, Rick Riordan

“Her hair was not the orange or strawberry color of common red-haired men, but a deep burnished copper that shone in the light of the torches. Even her eyes were red … but her skin was smooth and white, unblemished, pale as cream. Slender she was, graceful, taller than most knights, with full breasts and narrow waist and a heart-shaped face. Men’s eyes that once found her did not quickly look away, not even a maester’s eyes. Many called her beautiful. She was not beautiful. She was red, and terrible, and red.”

__George R.R. Martin

photography by Malgorzata Maj