Mighty Myth Month: Polly put the kettle on.

Hestia is the Greek goddess of hearth and home. While Hera (Roman counterpart, Juno) rules over marriage, childbirth, and family life, Hestia is the happy house-frau, ruling over domestication and household harmony. She never orders take-out or pizza. Though she has some big-time suitors, she doesn’t marry. She rules over the daily bread, the cooking, and… Read More Mighty Myth Month: Polly put the kettle on.

Mighty Myth Month: Birds of a feather.

“Humans have always shared the world with animals and, as prehistoric cave paintings attest, animals have always exerted an endless fascination over people’s minds. We have hunted animals, worked with them, and even worshipped them.” —The Illustrated Book of Myths, Tales and Legends of the World retold by Neil Philip. Queztzalcoatl is the Mayan bird/serpent… Read More Mighty Myth Month: Birds of a feather.