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repress; suppress a thought, feeling, or desire in oneself so that it becomes or remains unconscious.
reclusive; avoiding the company of other people, solitary.
redundant; being in excess, exceeding what is usual or natural.
reticent; not revealing one's thoughts or feelings readily.
realism; the attitude or practice of accepting a situation as it is and being prepared to deal with it accordingly.
Taurean/Gemini Goddess of War+Sex ruled by Venus (Love) and Mercury (Communication) ~ Sup Losers? Bow down to Royalty You Insolent Pathetic Puny Peckered Peon :D
Strengths: Potent sexual attractiveness, dazzling beauty. Weaknesses: A bit stuck on herself, but with a perfect face and body, who can blame her? Aphrodite is the goddess of beauty, love, and sexuality.
In the beginning the earth was a formless void and in this void was blackness. And in this blackness there were creatures, evilness lurked, full of demons until God stepped forth and said “Let there be Light.” Before the earth was born the heavens were filled with Gods and Goddesses all stemming from the creation by the ultimate creator- the Alpha and the Omega ~ the beginning and the end ~ the father of life. Among these Gods and Goddesses there was a Goddess who naturally stood out from the rest for her beauty was so much more than skin deep, it was her love and compassion for human kind as well as her unprecedented goodness combined with an unsurmounted level of sexual attraction that made her all the more beautiful. Heat waves of love and sexually charged energy radiated through her creating an electromagnetism drawing in all unsuspecting victims into her radius. These victims became nothing more than pawns leaving her with the power to do whatever she wanted with them, but she did not desire to do evil, for this innate goodness shone through so although they were pawn scum reduced to mere peons at her disposal to do whatever she so chose to do with them, this relentless compulsion to do no evil overcame all other compulsions, thereby by this fact alone only increased the power she already possessed naturally simply from her outer beauty and intellect alone. Seduction came naturally for her and without any effort. In fact the more she tried not to seduce them, the more they wanted her. This Goddess’s name was Aphrodite.
A brief psychological overview of Aphrodite - possesses an extroverted temperament and focuses on relationship/love--she represents goddess of love --her primary concerns/interests are mature, adult relationships, romance, sexuality, beauty and the arts. One account of Aphrodite’s birth states that she rose up from the foam on the ocean as a naked and fully developed beautiful woman; and she rode on a scallop shell. Aphrodite’s origins, in fact, pre-date the ancient Greeks. She is said to be older than Time. An even more ancient deity exhibiting more aspects than love and beauty, she can also be recognized as Astarte or Ishtar. Her origins were Babylonian/Sumerian. Her domain embraced all of nature: vegetable, animal as well as human. Among her powers were associated with fertility and growth/harvesting of crops, war, descent to the underworld, birth/life/love/death and fate. She was also worshiped as a sacred ‘prostitute’. Aphrodite represents the uniting of feminine and masculine energies--through sexual union. This goddess includes autonomy similar to ‘virgin’ goddesses yet also includes aspects of the ‘vulnerable’ goddess such as relationship-oriented. Her consciousness is both focused--directed, goal-oriented and diffuse--receptive, taking in the relationship between things. Aphrodite does not suffer, however, as did the ‘vulnerable’ goddesses. Although she is known for her numerous sexual liaisons, she is not bound by any man. However, unlike Athena, Artemis and Hestia--‘virgin’ goddesses--Aphrodite did give birth to children. Unlike the ‘vulnerable’ goddesses--Demeter, Persephone and Hera--Aphrodite was never a victim of a man’s unwanted passion for her; the desires were mutual. Unlike her ‘virgin’ sisters, she values emotional experiences with others more than she desires more solitary goals. Although an independent figure in her own right, this independence does not preclude emotional involvement with others. Aphrodite type woman admires potently masculine men and their capacity for success and combativeness. She is attracted to creative men and engages with them as their inspirer. Greek mythology states that Aphrodite was born from the severed genitals of the Sky Father--an inescapable connection to male sexuality. It was Cronos- a Roman God who severed and threw his father’s genitals into the ocean. Although born as a result of a seemingly violent act, white foam spread as sperm and mixing with the sea -- from which Aphrodite emerged--as a fully-grown goddess standing on a scallop shell.
Aphrodite’s gift of loving relationship has the power to melt defenses, leaving her lover disarmed and open--allowing the magic of eros to flow between them. Today, our culture has lost touch with the mosaic qualities brought by Aphrodite. Obsessed merely with her physical charms, as a culture, the feminine image activates only one aspect this goddess--we are fixated on romance, sexual pleasure, erotic images, pornography, fashion/glamour - as is clearly witnessed in daily life. We have lost touch with Aphrodite’s sacred dimensions.
Psychologically, Aphrodite belongs to the category of ‘virgin’ goddess in that she does not suffer at the hand of any man. Furthermore, although she is relationship-oriented, she possesses the quality of autonomy unlike her ‘vulnerable’ goddess sisters. Her consciousness is both focused and diffuse. To the Romans Aphrodite was known as Venus. Aphrodite woman exhibits an ease of expressing warmth, charm, natural ability to relate with others due to her friendly extraverted interest in people. She can distract a man from his task and direction as a result of her seductive enchantment. The Aphrodite woman is attracted to numerous, serial love affairs during her life. She is comfortable with her body; expressing her sexuality - casual, adventurous attitude toward sex. She is connected with her sex drive and passion. Aphrodite type gives herself up to the intense passion of Love--living fully in and for the moment, despite the price A more keenly developed Aphrodite woman is able to offer a man both erotic as well as intellectual/emotional companionship. The Aphrodite woman desires a relationship with heart. Keenly developed Aphrodite women have the capacity to ‘disarm’ men, teaching them through the powers of Eros, the way to their own heart. Aphrodite women, more keenly developed, have the capacity to bring out a man’s feelings and creativity as well as to expand his capacity for intimate relating. Creative force is a deeper aspect of Aphrodite archetype--promoting a creative force in a woman influencing her involvement in one creative project after another. Challenges facing Aphrodite: Her natural instinct of living in the ‘moment’ impedes her considering the consequences of her urges and passions-she may overspend, over indulge, forget about one commitment when wrapped up in the immediacy of another situation Aphrodite types will need to learn balance between emotional priorities and practical considerations. Finding herself, frequently, in the lovers’ triangle as the ‘other woman’ The clash between her personal passion for love and sensuality vs. the collective values requiring a woman to be married and settled - a challenge for her naturally polygamous spirit.
Aphrodite women may buy into the social mores of ‘beauty’ as the only valuable aspect of her gift and subsequently neglect the all-encompassing aspects of her intellectual and emotional gifts of companionship and creative inspiration Our culture has lost all perspective on Aphrodite and her divine gift of Love to humanity. Aphrodite woman’s task is that of bringing civility, refinement and Love into the world around her Regaining her self-respect by regaining access to her body--not as an image of ‘slender’ proportions/perfection (glamour girl), rather as a flesh-and-blood sensual woman of value in her own right--in her ability to connect with heart Aphrodite’s dark side: the seductress, ‘femme fatale’. I may very well be this Goddess herself. The Alala was added as I discovered while researching Greek Mythology Alala is a Greek Surname which means “Goddess of War” therefore this fits me perfectly ~ A Goddess of Sex, Love and of War ~ Goddess Aphrodite Alala. It also represents Aphrodite’s Love for the God of War ~ Ares which also directly relates to my life.
It is easier to denature plutonium than to denature the evil spirit of man ~ Albert Einstein
According to Greek Mythology we were once 8 legged creatures who were cut in half by Zeus, the slaughter is referred to as "kolobos" translated meaning "mutilated" some say he destroyed a beautiful creature while others say he created divine beauty for in severing the beast, he created man and woman, which is why we often times feel less than whole, destined to spend our lives searching for our other halves, our soul mates.
We still possess the ability to rise above these distractions of life and to be all that we are meant to be and capable of, to not let our God Given talents and beauty go to waste, to not harm our bodies in ways in which that will lead to our ultimate demise rather than our prosperity, success and true happiness. I can lead the way and you, too can follow me into the path of righteousness and live a truly fulfilling abundantly happy life. Will you come with me?
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