Destroyer of Light 12 Picture

Sorry for the delay with this page. A friend visited me last weekend, so I didn't draw anything during that time.

Kykeon was an Ancient Greek drink made of water, barley and whatever you wanted to flavour it with. In The Homeric Hymn to Demeter, Demeter doesn't want to drink wine but asks the people in king Keleos's house to make her kykeon of water, barley and mint. That was also the special drink of the Eleusinian Mysteries, initiation ceremonies held every year for the cult of Demeter and Persephone based at the town of Eleusis.

And here is Hekate, goddess of witchcraft, ghosts and necromancy. I've taken her face paint (or if it is tattoos) from a Mycenaean sculpture.

This is not the same house that Demeter was living in in "Daddy's Girl", by the way. I figured that they would have gotten themselves a new, slightly bigger one by now.
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