|Chronos devouring his children|
Son of Uranus (sky), and Gaia (earth).
|sentenced to hold up the sky|
|Zeus defeating Chronos|
Eventually Zeus did fulfill his father worst fear and overthrew him from power.
A mixed blessing? ............Perhaps.
It is said that the period of Chronos' rule, was a "Golden Age on Earth", and that Zeus brought war to this world......
ypress is a neighboring Greek isle to Crete, the birth place of Zeus.
On the bottom of the pendant hangs a vintage silver plated and enameled horse representing the Anemoi. The Gods of the four winds, who in the guise of horses drew the chariot of Zeus.
The Anemoi sired the Hippoi Athanatioi, the majestic immortal horses of the Gods, and eventually gifted the horse to mankind.
alternating with upcycled pottery shards.
I used pale blue moonstone rondelle gemstones as spacers, and for lots of little dangles, to add sparkle and movement.
Culminating with two Greek Key links.
The Greek key, is also know as the Greek fret or the meander.
The meander took it's name from the river Meander, mentioned in Homer's "The Iliad" which had many twists and turns.
It was the most important symbol in ancient Greece. Symbolizing infinity, or the eternal flow of things.
All in shades of blue and white.
The national colors of Greece.
"Everybody Wants Rule The World"
- Tears for Fears
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