"where am i this is strange?" Thesis think that clothing maker her look good
"what is that place" "This place looks very very bad"
Thesis life Have you wander how the Goth fashion was created? My character is the goddess of fashion and creation she uses a weasel, a mole, a sparrow. A Goth goddess is a person who wears a dark, edgy, Goth clothing and adds a feminine touch to it. The goddess that wore the Goth was me Thesis.
Thesis think that clothing communicates, clothing and appearance send a message they can communicate our occupation or an occasion we're marking. In some of the world's religions, women are clearly identifiable by their fashion.Something about our socioeconomic status. You can look at some people and think, "She looks like a wealthy woman."
Thesis is very patient but on her negative traits is that she is a coward in some useful way. I am a primordial goddess of fashion and creation. Primordial related to mother nature. She occurs in the Orphic Theogonies as the first being to emerge at creation alongside Hydros The primordial waters and mud. Aphrodite was her step sister which helped her with the beauty. Thesis was not dead while Aphrodite was born.
Thesis was sometimes portrayed as the female aspect of the first-born bi-gendered god Phanes. Thesis was the titan goddess of the primal font of fresh water which nourishes the earth. She was the wife of Okeanos the earth-encircling, fresh-water stream, and the mother Potamoi. The Okeanides, and the Nepelai. Thesis, Daughter of Gaia, fed her children's springs with the waters of Okeanos drown through Subterranean Acquifers.
Her name was derived from the Greek word Tethe meaning "nurse" or "Grandmother". In Greek vase painting Thesis appears as an unremarkable woman. Accompanied by Fileithyia, Goddess of childbirth, and her fish-tailed husband Okeanos. In Mosaic art she was depicted with a small pair of wings on her role of mother of Rain-clouds. Thesis was perhaps identified with the Titans.
Fury gnome, one-time Queen of heaven, who was cast into the Ocean-stream along with her husband Ophion by Kronos. She was probably also connected with the Protogenos Thesis who appears in the Orphic Cosmogony. Thesis was Described by late Classical poets as the sea personified and was equated with Thalassa. In the Orphic tradition though, it was more common to name Chronos and Ananke as children of Hydros and Gaia.