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Guerra de Mitos - Carnofago Egipcio (Egypt) by J-SantamariaCarpio

Guerra de Mitos - Carnofago Egipcio (Egypt) by J-SantamariaCarpio

Guerra de Mitos by elda54

Guerra de Mitos by elda54

"I am here for you." The words left his mouth and he meant them. She threw herself at him taking him in her embrace and pierced his abdomen with a small knife. He stumbled back after the blow and looked into his loves eyes that held nothing but blackness. He let his own darkness take over and flew up in the sky looking like a demon. Although looking like a demon he had a broken heart.

"I am here for you." The words left his mouth and he meant them. She threw herself at him taking him in her embrace and pierced his abdomen with a small knife. He stumbled back after the blow and looked into his loves eyes that held nothing but blackness. He let his own darkness take over and flew up in the sky looking like a demon. Although looking like a demon he had a broken heart.

Anubis - God of Embalming head of jackal    Anubis invented embalming to embalm Osiris, the first mummy. He was the guide of the dead. The E...

Anubis - God of Embalming head of jackal Anubis invented embalming to embalm Osiris, the first mummy. He was the guide of the dead. The E...

Byatis  #lovecraft by Kurtulmak

Byatis #lovecraft by Kurtulmak

Minotaur. Greek mythological monster, had the body of man and head of a bull. He was killed at the hands of Theseus.

Minotaur. Greek mythological monster, had the body of man and head of a bull. He was killed at the hands of Theseus.

Cyclopes- Greek myth: a primordial race of giants, each with a single eye in the middle of his forehead. Hesiod described three one-eyed Cyclopes, Brontes, Steropes and Arges the sons of Uranus and Gaia, brothers of the Titans, builders and craftsmen, while the epic poet Homer described another group of mortal herdsmen Cyclopes.

Cyclopes- Greek myth: a primordial race of giants, each with a single eye in the middle of his forehead. Hesiod described three one-eyed Cyclopes, Brontes, Steropes and Arges the sons of Uranus and Gaia, brothers of the Titans, builders and craftsmen, while the epic poet Homer described another group of mortal herdsmen Cyclopes.

Naraka by Nuberoja

Naraka by Nuberoja

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