Ourania Picture

Ourania - The muse of Astronomy

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OURANIA (or Urania) was one of the nine Mousai, the goddesses of music, song and dance. In Classical times she came to be titled the muse of astronomy and astronomical writings. In this guise she was depicted pointing to a globe with a rod.

She was a daughter of Zeus & Mnemosyne.

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My interpretation places Ourania in her top floor outlook gazing out over an amazing night sky. It's not Earths sky of course, it's the sky of the Olympic realm, the home of the gods. Here she can stay the whole night looking for comets and constellation. These days she sometime uses a telescope too, although gods and goddesses have great eyes, with the ability to read a laptop text like this on the moon if they use divine magical focus.

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Kleio [link]
Melpomene [link]
Polymnia [link]
Terpchicore [link]
Thalia [link]

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