Atropos tattoo

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The Moirai (The Fates) were the three goddesses of destiny in Greek mythology. They were Clotho, Lachesis and Atropos.  They controlled the life and destiny of everyone. Clotho spins the thread of life (begins a person's or creature's life), Lachesis measures it (looks at the how long it currently is), and Atropos cuts the thread. When the thread is cut the person dies. The Moirai are capable of destroying an immortal. Calliope Greek Mythology, Greek Monsters Mythical Creatures, 3 Fates, The Moirai, The Fates, Greek Mythology Gods, Images Harry Potter, Mythology Tattoos, Fantasy Magic

The Moirai (The Fates) were the three goddesses of destiny in Greek mythology. They were Clotho, Lachesis and Atropos. They controlled the life and destiny of everyone. Clotho spins the thread of life (begins a person's or creature's life), Lachesis measures it (looks at the how long it currently is), and Atropos cuts the thread. When the thread is cut the person dies. The Moirai are capable of destroying an immortal.

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Hajdi Bengu
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What is the Greek for Atropos' abhorréd shears? ~in collaboration with Robert Alspaugh (https://ralspaugh.wordpress.com/?ref=spelling) While doing an illustration of the Moirai for a genealogical mural in my classroom, I wondered, "what is the Greek for Atropos' abhorréd shears by which she cuts the thread of life and ends a mortal's worldly existence?" Bitchin'. Answer: What's ancient Greek for 404 Error? Tettera-Ouden-Tettera? There is no Greek for the abhorréd shears. The first reference…

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Scott Allison
In Greek mythology, the three goddesses, Clotho, Lachesis, and Atropos, often depicted as women of advanced years spinning, were believed to decree the events in and duration of someone’s life. The Greeks believed that Clotho spun the thread that represented a person’s life, Lachesis decided the extent (or length) of it, and Atropos was the one who cut it at the determined span of time. Greek Creatures, Fate Tattoo, Female Deity, Greek Mythology Gods, Roman Mythology, Mother Goddess, Triple Goddess, Greek Myths, Greek Art

In Greek mythology, the three goddesses, Clotho, Lachesis, and Atropos, often depicted as women of advanced years spinning, were believed to decree the events in and duration of someone’s life. The Greeks believed that Clotho spun the thread that represented a person’s life, Lachesis decided the extent (or length) of it, and Atropos was the one who cut it at the determined span of time.

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Jackie Hewitt
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this is an Ink illustration created by Artist Kim Diaz Holm ( Den Unge Herr Holm) that he has released for free use! Check out his amazing artwork and support him here https://beacons.ai/denungeherrholm

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Varun Ravi