There are some interesting parallels to consider the relationship with Fire in Prometheus and its meaning and the constant references to Satan, The Underworld and David. EtymologyThe word “igneous” is derived from the Latin ignis, meaning “of fire”. Volcanic rocks are named after Vulcan, the Roman name for the god of fire. Intrusive rocks are also called “plutonic” rocks, named […]

Sad for fans of @WestworldHBO and shows like Dr Quinn Medicine Woman, the Paramount Ranch western town movie set has burned to the ground in the Woolsey Fire @CBSLA #westworld #Woolseyfire pic.twitter.com/DhZWaGbr6g — John Schreiber (@johnschreiber) November 9, 2018 On Friday as wildfires in California burn out of control in the Agoura Hills, Westworld’s Main […]

By Paolo Farinati – art.com, Public Domain /ɛpɪˈmiːθiəs/; Greek: Ἐπιμηθεύς, meaning “hindsight” or “afterthought” was the brother of Prometheus, he is depicted as foolish compared to his brother who is characterized as ingenious and clever. The myth of Prometheus and Epimetheus tells the story of the creation of mankind, the twin Titans were tasked with […]

Photo of Statue By Atoma (Public Domain) In Greek mythology, the Titan Prometheus had a reputation for being something of a clever trickster and he famously gave the human race the gift of fire and the skill of metalwork, an action for which he was punished by Zeus, who ensured every day that an eagle ate the liver of the Titan […]

Massam Corrumpit Hard outer casing surrounding a somewhat fleshy substance which seems to be sufficient in satiating appetite. When extracted correctly the remaining shell creates a useful vessel. This concept art was by Matt Hatton I have identified this to be a bumpy gourd. It’s interesting that David mentions it’s sufficient to satiate an appetite, […]