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Pinga – In Eskimo (Inuit) Mythology, “Pinga”, “The one who is up on high”, is the omnipresent female spirit who watches carefully over men's actions, especially their treatment of animals. She protects all living creatures and controls the hunt. She is also the Inuit goddess of fertility and healing. Among the inland “Eskimo”, she was named “Mother of the Caribou” and was believed to dwell in heaven. Illustration: Amy Clark

Pinga – In Eskimo (Inuit) Mythology, “Pinga”, “The one who is up on high”, is the omnipresent female spirit who watches carefully over men's actions, especially their treatment of animals. She protects all living creatures and controls the hunt. She is also the Inuit goddess of fertility and healing. Among the inland “Eskimo”, she was named “Mother of the Caribou” and was believed to dwell in heaven. Illustration: Amy Clark

The Digital Sculpture Project - Augustus of Prima Porta with restored Polychromy. Vatican Museums

The Digital Sculpture Project - Augustus of Prima Porta with restored Polychromy. Vatican Museums

LIVILLA (13BC-31CE) was a descendant of Augustus’ sister, Octavia the Younger, as daughter of Antonia Minor.  Her brother, Germanicus, was the obvious choice as successor to Augustus, but he was overlooked in favor of Augustus' 3rd wife's son, Tiberius.  Livilla was forced to marry Tiberius' intended heir, Drusus.  She became a lover of the prefect Sejanus & helped poison her husband in a plot to overthrow Tiberius' line & re-establish her own on the throne.

LIVILLA (13BC-31CE) was a descendant of Augustus’ sister, Octavia the Younger, as daughter of Antonia Minor. Her brother, Germanicus, was the obvious choice as successor to Augustus, but he was overlooked in favor of Augustus' 3rd wife's son, Tiberius. Livilla was forced to marry Tiberius' intended heir, Drusus. She became a lover of the prefect Sejanus & helped poison her husband in a plot to overthrow Tiberius' line & re-establish her own on the throne.

Retrato de Livia Drusila - Museo Arqueológico Nacional de Paestum

Retrato de Livia Drusila - Museo Arqueológico Nacional de Paestum

Asi se le roba el fuego al diablo..., al conectarnos sexualmente con la mujer nos llenamos del fuego terrible de la pasión carnal, y entonces, reteniendo el semen y dominando la pasión le robamos el fuego al diablo y nos convertimos en ángeles. Este es el misterio del Bafometo.   Este es el oculto significado del macho cabrío de Mendes.

Asi se le roba el fuego al diablo..., al conectarnos sexualmente con la mujer nos llenamos del fuego terrible de la pasión carnal, y entonces, reteniendo el semen y dominando la pasión le robamos el fuego al diablo y nos convertimos en ángeles. Este es el misterio del Bafometo. Este es el oculto significado del macho cabrío de Mendes.

Livia (wife of Augustus the Great) deified as Fortuna (via pallas-athena)

Livia (wife of Augustus the Great) deified as Fortuna (via pallas-athena)

On the other hand, those waves were really annoying.

On the other hand, those waves were really annoying.

Julia the Elder (39 BC- 14 AD) Daughter of Augustus and Scribonia. Wife to Marcus Claudius Marcellus, Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa and Tiberius

Julia the Elder (39 BC- 14 AD) Daughter of Augustus and Scribonia. Wife to Marcus Claudius Marcellus, Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa and Tiberius

ANCESTRAL FEMALE FIGURE Valdivia Culture - Ecuador 3500 - 2000 BC Limestone - William Siegal Gallery

ANCESTRAL FEMALE FIGURE Valdivia Culture - Ecuador 3500 - 2000 BC Limestone - William Siegal Gallery

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