Thursday, December 11, 2014

TEN MYTHICAL AND BIBLICAL FEMMES FATALES

Femme fatale whose beauty can lead to the fact that men pull down the country - this is a topic that is popular today than ever before. The image of the mysterious, seductive femininity looking for their own way, regardless of the consequences, and captivate people for thousands of years. Whether it's a goddess or ordinary mortal woman, men will fight and die to tear apart the empire because of it, then will accuse her of all, and often burn at the stake. Almost supernatural skill with which she captures his prey, makes men different ways to describe it to someone she demon, witch, but for someone, even a vampire. 10. Helen of Troy This legendary Spartan beauty, as told, was born after the god Zeus, taking the form of a swan, descended from Olympus to seduce her mother Leda. At age 10 she was kidnapped by Theseus, but her brothers came to the rescue and saved Elena. Tyndareus, her earthly father, made ​​each of her princely suitors to swear allegiance to the man whom he had chosen her husband - Menelaus. When Paris, prince of Troy, abducted her, all bound by oath princes went to war in support of Menelaus. Princes and their armies besieged Troy for 10 years, as long as Elena was not released and returned to Menelaus. After the attempt on her life, the god Apollo brought her to Olympus, where she became immortal.






10 mythical and biblical femmes fatales








  
9. The Spirit of Jezebel

10 mythical and biblical femmes fatales

This daughter of the Phoenician king Ethbaal priest married a Jewish King Ahab and persuaded him to renounce the Jewish god Yahweh (Jehovah) in favor of Tirion Baal. When she instruction were killed the prophets of Yahweh, Elijah prophesied that she will be severe punishment to be divine retribution. Jezebel Elijah forced to flee for their lives. Elijah said to her husband, Ahab, that he and his heirs will be destroyed, and Jezebel will be given to be eaten by dogs. Having survived the death of her husband Ahab, Jezebel challenged the prophet Elijah, however, lost and died, and most of her body eaten by dogs. Name Jezebel still remains a symbol of evil and vile woman. 8. Cleopatra Beauty After she received the throne after his father's death, Cleopatra decided to reclaim his throne with the help of seduction. IN 48 BC Julius Caesar arrived in Alexandria, a year later she gave birth to a son, and followed him to Rome, where he was killed. Back in Egypt, she helped the Roman heroes (August, Lepidus and Mark Antony), providing for the latter such an impact that he refused to Rome, just to be with her. She bore him three children. When Antony was defeated by Augustus in the naval battle, he and Cleopatra fled together. When he heard rumors that Cleopatra died, besotted Antony stabbed himself and died in her arms. And not being able to seduce Augusta, she committed suicide by allowing the snake to bite yourself. Many consider it the Egyptian queen, but in fact it was a Macedonian, like Alexander the Great. Nevertheless, the myth of Cleopatra, queen of the Nile, whose beauty intoxicate great people, eternal. 7. Samson and Delilah Samson was a mythical hero and leader of the Jews. Received by the supernatural power of God, an angel told his parents that he was never cut and shave, because the power is lost. Samson several times won a victory over the enemies of the Jews by the Philistines, and even killed a lion with his bare hands. He seemed invincible, but unfortunately for him, fell in love with a girl named Delilah. By order of the king of the Philistines Samson et Dalila hair cut while he slept, and thus deprived him of his power. His enemies were cut out his eyes, and Samson was forced to work as a slave. Although well known what happened to her, and to this day each "Delilah" is considered dangerous seductress. 6. Salome Gospel of Mark tells how John the Baptist died because of the treachery of Salome, daughter of Herodias, the wife of Herod. Despite the conclusion of John in the prison because of the baptism of Christ, Herod respected and feared him. Herodias hated John because he called her marriage illegal, but Herod refused to harm him.Herodias then asked Salome to dance before the king, so that he liked what he promised to give her whatever she wants.Mother instructed her to ask for the head of John and Herod could not refuse her. The executioner sent to behead John returned with the head of the prophet on a platter. Salome then handed the trophy to his mother. 5. Medea and JasonDogomerovskaya Greek ballad "Argonauts" tells the story of Medea. Daughter of King Tthis Medea fell in love with Jason.When the king, a devotee Jason and his Argonauts, sent an army that attack them, Medea used her magic to calm the soldiers, she even killed his own brother to help a favorite escape. Later, she deftly persuaded the daughters of Pelias to dismember his father and cook it in the boiler, in the hope that by doing so she would be able to preserve their fading youth.When Jason left her for another, she gave him the new darling robe, wearing which she was burned in the fire, as well as all those present, including the father of Medea. Infamous Medea anger spread even to her children, she has deprived the lives of all 14 children, which they attributed to Jason. 4. Mermaids - Sirens Known history tell us that the sirens were the daughters of the river deity AHELOY. Their names mean - a beautiful face, a beautiful voice, white creature, wonderful music, charming face, etc. As you know, they challenged musical muses, but were defeated, so were in the forest rivers on the rocky coastline of southern Italy, luring sailors who did not know that they were going to die, their songs and beauty. When Odysseus left the sorceress Circe on his way home She warned him that he asked members of his crew paste wax in his ears during proplyvaniya past the rocky coast, where these creatures lived. Odyssey to hear the singing of the sirens, so he ordered his crew to tie him firmly to the mast, which was done. Although the sirens Odyssey asked to stop and come to them, but the danger still managed to escape. 3. Sphinx Incarnation mystery, in the Greek myth about her spoken of as the daughter of Ortus and Chimera. Mysterious monster, she had her head and breast of a woman, a lion's body, tail of a serpent, wings of an eagle and the hero was sent to punish the people of Thebes. She settled on Mount Fichum near the entrance to the city, where she every passer proposed riddles, the answers to which it was virtually impossible. If a person answers incorrectly, the Sphinx ate it. Ruler of Thebes, horrified by the number of civilians killed, offered his crown to anyone who could kill her. Oedipus, very clever Greek traveler, accepted the challenge. When he gave the right answer to the riddle of the Sphinx, it being defeated, left the city. Alternative ending story - Sphinx devoured itself. 2. Goddess Kali This cruel Hindu goddess (her name means "black") is something very voluptuous, but it is also terrible. We all know that nothing lasts forever, according to legend, is the fact that Kali destroys everything. Human blood dripping from its three glowing eyes, her tongue and tries to drink all the blood of his victims, snakes writhe around her neck, and her black body adorned with chains of human skulls. In each of its ten hands she squeezes weapons. During a ceremony in honor of her people sacrificed. It is an insidious killer, which ignores the pleas for mercy. When her husband Shiva was among the victims, she beheaded him and danced on his body. 1. Karina King Solomon, hunting in the Egyptian desert, met a beautiful naked woman, which required him to explain why on earth he preys on her land. When she said that no man can overcome it, Solomon asked, who can still do it? She replied that it was a force of only the Archangel Michael. Solomon summoned Michael shining armor is so frightened her that she instantly turned gray and older, and appeared as a terrible demon Karina. The mother of the dead children, and the cause of diseases of animals, her eyes were allegedly not given to the cows become pregnant sheep grow their offspring, and the crops grow. It has even been suggested that its bright light even helps to ensure that the male seed loses its power.Originally being a man, she ate their children to get magical powers. Since then, she could only give birth to dead children, and any woman, which she showed their bloody vulva, waiting for the same fate. Any man who has seen it at least ill. "It was fate," - she said Solomon.





10 mythical and biblical femmes fatales







10 mythical and biblical femmes fatales







10 mythical and biblical femmes fatales







10 mythical and biblical femmes fatales







10 mythical and biblical femmes fatales







10 mythical and biblical femmes fatales







10 mythical and biblical femmes fatales







10 mythical and biblical femmes fatales

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