Sryashta spins golden yarn inside which she weaves your fate. (If you are a good and kind person, she may just take matters into her own capable hands and improve it.)She is the goddess of good fortune and serves as the household assistant of Mokosh, the Slavic earth goddess.Sryashta is a variant of the Dolya/Nedolya myth.
Um. Having a bad day?
I think we should get that mosiac printed on a t-shirt. People would really think twice about messing with you, huh?
Be a dear and throw the Papists a bone...post something on Purgatory, will ya?-J.
Feel better soon;).
This particular work reminds me to recommend reading "The Birth of Venus," if you get a free moment. A most excellent piece about women, artists and religion in Florence, Italy around the late 1400s. Gives a whole new appreciation to this kind of artwork.
Biggest of hugs to you.
something--i can't quite put my finger on what--tells me all is not well.
Hugs, if you desire, or sitting over here leaving you alone. Btw, who did the pic? It looks like that eccentric Hieronymous Bosch.
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