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The mythology of Aries comes from the story of Jason and the Argonauts, whose main quest was to find the golden fleece of Aries the Ram in order to prove himself to be the rightful king of Iolcos in Thessaly.

Aries drawing based on mythology

In Egypt, Taurus was seen as the cow goddess Hathor. Hathor was the goddess of beauty, love, and happiness, and she represented all of the riches seen in cattle as the providers of nourishment.

Taurus drawing based on mythology

Capricorn symbol is based on the Sumerian primordial god of wisdom and waters, Enki with the head and upper body of a mountain goat, and the lower body and tail of a fish. Later known as Ea in Akkadian and Babylonian mythology, Enki was the god of intelligence, creation, crafts, magic, water, seawater and lakewater.

Capricorn drawing based on mythology

Sagittarius is half human and half horse, sometimes symbolised by Diana, the Roman goddess of the hunt. Some myths say that Sagittarius is a bridge between two worlds - human and beasts.

Sagittarius drawing based on mythology

Aquarius is the eleventh zodiacal sign and one which has always been connected with water. To the Babylonians it represented an overflowing urn, and they associated this with the heavy rains which fell in their eleventh month, whilst the Egyptians saw the constellation as Hapi, the god of the Nile.

Aquarius drawing based on mythology

 Cancer - According to the "Scriptures", a giant crab named Crios guarded the sea nymphs in the Greek god Poseidon's kingdom. He was enormous and strong, and Poseidon himself had blessed him with immortality.

Cancer drawing based on mythology

 Pisces. Syrian myth tells of a large and mysterious egg appearing on the Euphrates river, where two fish named Aphros and Bythos who brought the egg to shore and helped it hatch. Inside the egg was Aphrodite (as her Syrian counterpart Ashtarte).

Pisces drawing based on mythology

Realms Of Dreams





World Within



Bird Song

In Between Two Worlds

Celsetial Safari


The Black Swan

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