As Queen Hippolyta explained to her daughter, the Lasso “is made of tiny golden links…which were taken, at Aphrodite’s command, from the magic girdle itself.” In Greek mythology, that girdle (or waist-belt, as we might call it today), was forged by Hephaestus himself, designed to make Aphrodite all the more seductive before men.
Aphrodite possessed a magic girdle which had the power of inspiring love and desire for those who wore it; hence it was borrowed by Hera when she wished to stimulate the love of Zeus. (Hom. Il. xiv. 214, &c.)
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Aphrodite was a well-known Greek goddess who ruled over love, desire and beauty. She was physically stunning but also wore a magic girdle that made everyone fall in love with her. To the Greeks, she represented affection, sex and all types of attraction.
Since Aphrodite had the magic girdle and was so beautiful, all of the gods fell in love with her. All of the goddesses were jealous of Aphrodite because all of the gods loved her instead of the other goddesses. Because of this, Zeus arranged a marriage for her with Hephaestus, the lame smith-god.5 Aphrodite didn't really mind this marriage ...
Aphrodite was the Greek goddess of love and she owned a magic girdle which made who she wanted instantly fall in love with her. she was married to Hephaestus who was a crippled, ugly god who was a metalworker and lived in a mountain. she was married to him against her will though and didn't love him.Aphrodite had started a huge war but it was ...
Magic Girdle Edit. The magical girdle (or cestus) of Aphrodite was woven with the irrestistable powers of love and desire by Hephaestus. Fauna Edit. The affectionate white or turtle-dove was the bird of love, was a bird sacred to the goddess Aphrodite. Doves were said to draw her heavenly chariot, and the Syrian Aphrodite Ashtarte was said to ...
Though not a weapon in the traditional sense, Aphrodite's great beauty and magic girdle compelled anyone seeing her to desire her and comply with her wishes. The Greek goddess of love, desire and beauty, Aphrodite is known as Venus in Roman mythology. Aphrodite is one of three goddesses that competed for the favor of Paris.
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Aphrodite's Magic Girdle, a magic material that made whoever you desired would fall in love with you. The Girdle of Hippolyta , sometimes called a magical girdle and sometimes a magical belt. It was a symbol of Hippolyta's power over the Amazons; given to her by Ares .
Aphrodite is the Greek goddess of beauty, love, desire, passion, sexuality, pleasure, and fertility. Her Roman name and counterpart is Venus. After Kronos dismembered Ouranos, he hurled his father's remains into the sea. His genitals created some foam, from which Aphrodite was born. The sea in which she was born is said to be near Paphos, a city on the island of Cyprus in the Mediterranean Sea ...
Aphrodite is the ancient Greek goddess of love, beauty, pleasure, and procreation. She is identified with the planet Venus, which is named after the Roman goddess Venus. Aphrodite's major symbols include myrtle, roses, doves, sparrows, and swans. No man could resist Aphrodite when she wore her magic girdle.
Magic items are commonly found in both folklore and modern fantasy. Their fictional appearance is as old as the Iliad in which Aphrodite’s magical girdle is used by Hera as a love charm. Magic items often act as a plot device to grant magical abilities. They may give magical abilities to a person lacking in them, or enhance their power.
Aphrodite possessed a magic girdle that made its wearer an object of desire for everyone who swar her. She took particular delight in causing her fellow Olympians to fall in love with mortals. (Zeus paid her back by making her fall in love with the mortal Anchises and gave birth to the hero Aneas).
Jun 13, 2018 · Aphrodite is associated with a magic girdle (belt), the dove, myrrh and myrtle, the dolphin, and more. In the famous Botticelli painting, Aphrodite is seen rising from a clam shell. Sources
9 juil. 2014 - Himeros carrys a magic girdle, worn by Aphrodite. According to Bullfinch's Mythology, "Venus, the goddess of love and beauty, possessed an embroidered girdle called Cestus, which had the power of inspiring love. Swans, roses, and myrtle were some of the symbols sacred to Venus which covered the belt. Venus sometimes loaned her girdle to others
May 13, 2019 · 1. Her Belt Held Special Powers. Aphrodite was such a force, even her accessories held otherworldly abilities. Her belt (sometimes called a "magic girdle") had the power to inspire desire and cause men and gods to hopelessly fall for whoever's wearing it. She was generous with that trinket too — she loaned it to Queen Hera so she could distract Zeus from the Trojan War.
Serie of one-shots concerning Aphrodite, her crazy ideas and her job. Will involve people getting shot by Eros, Aphrodite's magic girdle, make-overs( on certain maiden goddesses mainly..), love potions, hormones and others.