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« Reply #30: May 22, 2007, 01:21:00 pm »

*dies laughing*

hoooo...can't breathe.....

Oh, that was the best! Thanks for the link.

*bookmarks the ones about Set and Anpu, particularly the one where Set is playing with the humans.*

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« Reply #31: May 23, 2007, 12:51:52 am »

Yeah, that's great.  I've read that comic.  It's really cute!


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« Reply #32: May 31, 2007, 01:42:08 am »

I like that artist's style - thanks for the link! Smiley

She sells t-shirts based on that comic on as well. She's orthodox, but my Isis tank top was still an acceptable thanksgiving offering to Aset. Wink
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« Reply #33: June 09, 2007, 01:12:16 pm »

Since I've been doing some digging into a different set of mythologies lately, I wondered if anyone has a favorite story from their reading?  I have so many now, I don't know if I can narrow down my choices.  lol 


One of my fav's is of Macha, in the time of Conchobar mac Nessa, and Crunniuc. A widowed farmer (Crunniuc) with sons has a beautiful, "otherwordly" woman show up one day that starts performing all wifely duties very aptly: cooking, cleaning, love-making, etc. All is well until he leaves to attend a great assembly in Ulster. Before he goes, she warns him not to boast of her and their lives. He promises, but of course boasts that his wife is faster than any of the king's horses. He's jailed, pregnant wife brought to assembly to prove his claim or his life will end. She pleads with them to let them go, since she is close to birth. They insist she races. Well, she wins, gives birth upon crossing the finishing line, and before she dies, curses the men of Ulster saying that, when they need they're strength the most, they will experience the pain of child-birth for five days and four nights, lasting nine generations.

I don't mean any offense to any man, but from a woman's point of view, that is cool Wink...the curse, of course, not what was done to her.

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