Uranus is one of the Ice Giants, composed of ice, rock and various gasses. Uranus is the seventh planet from the sun and the coldest planet in the solar system, reaching as far below as -224 degrees celsius. The wind speeds on Uranus are fierce, reaching as much as 900km/ph. Uranus is the slowest orbiting... Continue Reading →


The Twelve Labors of Heracles

T is for the Twelve Labors of Heracles. Zeus, King of the Gods, is well-known for his philandering ways, and as such, has fathered many (if not most!), of the Olympian Gods and Goddesses. One affair that had far-reaching consequences, was his dalliance with the mortal, Alcmene.   Up to his usual tricks, Zeus had... Continue Reading →


O is for Orpheus. Orpheus was quite an important figure in Ancient Greek mythology. Considered as the chief representative of song and music, Orpheus was most famous for his perfection of the lyre. Originally a priest of Dionysus, Orpheus was well-known as a practitioner of magick and ritual, and was also the one who introduced initiatory and purificatory rites... Continue Reading →

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