ISdN - Ulysses and Circe 3 Picture

I Sovrani del Nulla - The Lords of Nothing

Dei, Eroi, Santi. Erano i signori del mondo, salvatori dell'umanità, patroni e custodi, esempi di virtù. Ma ora gli uomini li hanno dimenticati, hanno abbandonato i propri miti, spento le sacre aureole, relegato il divino ai margini di una società pragmatica e materialista prossima al deperimento.
L'umanità ha rinunciato all'eternità in favore di una labile contingenza.

Gods, Heroes, Saints. They used to be the Lords of the world, mankind's Saviors, patrons and guardians, pure examples of virtue. But now people have forgotten them, they've left myths behind, put off sacred halos, and relegated the numinous at the edge of a pragmatic and materialistic society on the way of perishment.
Humanity gave up eternity in favor of fleeting contingency
(Thanks Laura for the translation)

Model: Antonio e Roberta
Location: Russi (Italy)
Character: In Greek mythology, Circe is a minor goddess of magic living on the island of Aeaea, famous for her part in the adventures of Ulysses in Homer's Odyssey. Circe transformed her enemies, or those who offended her, into animals through the use of magical potions. Hermes, told to Ulysses to use the holy herb moly to protect himself from Circe's potion and, having resisted it, to draw his sword and act as if he were to attack Circe. Ulysses followed Hermes's advice and He remained on the island for one year feasting, drinking wine and making love with Circe!
Circe - Study
ISdN - Ulysses and Circe 3