ISdN - Cronus 2 Picture

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: Michele
Location: Forlì (Italy)
Characters: Cronus, in Greek Mythology, was the leader and the youngest of the first generation of Titans, divine descendants of Gaia, the earth, and Uranus, the sky. He overthrew his father and ruled during the mythological Golden Age, until he was overthrown by his own sons, Zeus, Hades, and Poseidon, and imprisoned in Tartarus.
Cronus was usually depicted with a sickle or scythe, which was also the weapon he used to castrate and depose Uranus, his father.
Cronus has been likened to the god of time Chronos, ancient Greek god. From the Renaissance are represented as the same deity. His iconographic attributes are the hourglass of Time and the scythe of Death.
Daughter of Ares
Hades - God of Underworld
ISdN - Cronus 2
ISdN - Cronus 1
Gaia