Goddesses Of Fate And Destiny In Greek, Roman And Slavic Mythology | Ancient Pages

“…Through the ages, myths and legends dealing with fate have reflected our beliefs. People have often wondered over fate and its power.

The idea of a person’s fate being spun was widely known in ancient Europe…” Click the link below to learn more about the “FATES.” ❤

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6 thoughts on “Goddesses Of Fate And Destiny In Greek, Roman And Slavic Mythology | Ancient Pages

  1. Wonderful post, Colleen… I have been checking out your blog lately and I am thrilled… In greek Mythology these goddesses are called the Moirae… I guess they could get along well with Nemesis too… 😀 xx

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    1. I love Greek Mythology. I based the fairy nymphs (elementals) in my book series off of them. Fascinating myths too. ❤

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    1. The Slavic myths are quite dark, but really interesting. I am going to start working with them more. I’ve been so busy, I haven’t been stopping in. I must do that more often. ❤

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