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First I had a different title, but yesterday I had the idea, that this one is better, it's from a song again :) fits much more...

"Mögen Engel dich begleiten
Dir den hellsten Stern am Himmel zeigen"

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(coloured) ink on paper

Simply tried an angry face ( right one) :D

Plato, Republic 617c (trans. Shorey) (Greek philosopher C4th B.C.) :
"The Moirai (Moirae, Fates), daughters of Ananke (Compulsion), clad in white vestments with filleted heads, Lakhesis (Lachesis), and Klotho (Clotho), and Atropos, who sang in unison with the music of the Seirenes, Lakhesis singing the things that were, Klotho the things that are, and Atropos the things that are to be."
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Also known as Athena, the boy on her left side is Erichthonios , not her son, but the son of Hephaestus (a virgin birth of Hera). She simply takes care for him, cause the little boy decided to like her a lot ( I did babysitting lately, that's right ;))
She stands for fight / war and crochet / knitting, amongst other things. So the poor person on the front, has to fight with knittings.

coloured pen/ ink on paper (DIN A 3)
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rolerpen on paper, nothing new:)

title from the song "es ist wie es ist", onkelz again :O (it is how it is)

(he's telling "schnapps", but I always heard "hass" ( hate), till someone who is listening that music, too, told me that, but hate fits much, much more, in my opinion, so i sing "hate") :)
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...but the price might be higher then you can imagine ;)

Made this one, while reading, Jan Yoors "the Gypsies". He lived a while with gypsies as he was a very young boy, from a belgian family [link]
I wouldn't like to live that way, but I can understand, why people want...
It' s a nice book and inspired me for "you can have it all".

The name, I took from a song again :) Band: Böhse Onkelz, name of the song: "Du kannst alles haben" (You can have it all). I just love that song and even after listening it a million times, it still makes me smile. The singer says to a girl, that she can have everything from him, what she wants, his love, his life etc. :blahblah: and his anger, his hate, his lies... :giggle:
he simply says the truth ;)
One good sentence in this song is "Maybe I'm not the right one for you" or "Let me complicate your life...and I will always be, there for you"

I thought about, to took one of them as the name of this painting/drawing, but I decided just to take the title of the song, the rest is already in it:)

The drawing is about adoring something or someone, without knowing or imagine what could be behind.

And I guess the Dalai Lama said something like that, that it can be a great luck, not receiving, what you want ;)

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Ink on paper

Hecate or Hekate, ancient goddess, frequently depicted in triple form and variously associated with crossroads, entrance-ways, fire, light, the Moon, magic, witchcraft, knowledge of herbs and poisonous plants, necromancy, and sorcery. She has rulership over earth, sea and sky, as well as a more universal role as Saviour (Soteira), Mother of Angels and the Cosmic World Soul.

I thought her pet could be a waterbear/ Tardigrade [link]

"Um den Teufel zu beweisen, haben sie ihn in den Hexen und Ketzern verfolgt und damit in sich bewiesen."

Hermann Schweppenhäuser

"Ich habe ihm nichts zuleide getan und er hat mir nichts zu vergeben"

Rudolf Bultmann

"Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do."

"If I love you, what business is it of yours?"

"If God had wanted me otherwise, He would have created me otherwise."

"Personality is everything in art and poetry."

"Live dangerously and you live right."


YouTube song: gehasst, verdammt, vergöttert [link]

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ink on paper, the yellow is marker

For the contest of :iconspirals-and-swirls:

In the middle, I tried to draw the Eagle Nebula, also known as "pillars of creation"


Cybele (Phrygian: Matar Kubileya/Kubeleya "Kubeleyan Mother", perhaps "Mountain Mother"; Lydian Kuvava; Greek: Κυβέλη Kybele, Κυβήβη Kybebe, Κύβελις Kybelis), was an originally Anatolian mother goddess. Little is known of her oldest Anatolian cults, other than her association with mountains, hawks and lions. She may have been Phrygia's State deity; her Phrygian cult was adopted and adapted by Greek colonists of Asia Minor, and spread from there to mainland Greece and its more distant western colonies from around the 6th century BCE.

In Greece, Cybele met with a mixed reception. She was partially assimilated to aspects of the Earth-goddess Gaia, her Minoan equivalent Rhea, and the Corn-Mother goddess Demeter. Some city-states, notably Athens, evoked her as a protector but her most celebrated Greek rites and processions show her as an essentially foreign, exotic mystery-goddess, who arrives in a lion-drawn chariot to the accompaniment of wild music, wine, and a disorderly, ecstatic following. Uniquely in Greek religion, she had a transgender or eunuch mendicant priesthood. Many of her Greek cults included rites to a divine Phrygian castrate shepherd-consort Attis, who was probably a Greek invention. In Greece, Cybele is associated with mountains, town and city walls, fertile nature, and wild animals, especially lions.

In Rome, Cybele was known as Magna Mater ("Great Mother"). The Roman State adopted and developed a particular form of her cult, and claimed her conscription as a key religious component in their success against Carthage during the Punic Wars. Roman mythographers reinvented her as a Trojan goddess, and thus an ancestral goddess of the Roman people by way of the Trojan prince Aeneas. With Rome's eventual hegemony over the Mediterranean world, Romanised forms of Cybele's cults spread throughout the Roman Empire. The meaning and morality of her cults and priesthoods were topics of debate and dispute in Greek and Roman literature, and remain so in modern scholarship.
(Wikipedia of course ;))

In the back of this I noted a quote of Nietzsche, so it should be mentioned also, so true... :mangapunksai:

"Disgust with dirt can be so great that it prevents us from cleaning ourselves - from "justifying" ourselves."


some songs:

firma: [link]

regen: [link]

mutier mit mir: [link]

:iconmojamoja1plz: AND I've won!!! :hooray:
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Julian the Apostate

Flavius Claudius Julianus (331/332[1] – 26 June 363), commonly known as Julian, Julian the Apostate or Julian the Philosopher, was Roman Emperor from 355 to 363 and a noted philosopher and Greek writer.

wikipedia [link]


[Translated by Wilmer Cave WRIGHT, PH.D.]

I :heart: him !

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Shake The Disease

I'm not going down on my knees
Begging you to adore me
Can't you see it's misery
And torture for me
When I'm misunderstood
Try as hard as you can
I've tried as hard as I could
To make you see
How important it is for me

Here is a plea
From my heart to you
Nobody knows me
As well as you do
You know how hard it is for me
To shake the disease
That takes a hold of my tongue
In situations like these

Understand me

Some people have to be
Permanently together
Lovers devoted
To each other forever
Now, I've got things to do
And I've said before
That I know you have too
When I'm not there
In spirit I'll be there

Words by Martin Gore
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