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Živa, the ancient goddess of water, fruitfulness and love. . the Slovakian goddess Živa (Siwa, and recorded variously as Sivve, Shiwa, Sieba, Syeba, and Dsiva. ), was above all the goddess of water. In the consciousness of people she represented the concept of life & fertility, personified by water. She was their first “goddess”, even before mother Earth, who rules when the spread of agriculture follows.

Živa, the ancient goddess of water, fruitfulness and love. . the Slovakian goddess Živa (Siwa, and recorded variously as Sivve, Shiwa, Sieba, Syeba, and Dsiva. ), was above all the goddess of water. In the consciousness of people she represented the concept of life & fertility, personified by water. She was their first “goddess”, even before mother Earth, who rules when the spread of agriculture follows.

And if you're going to have an abortion you pay for it. Why should the blood of an innocent child be on the hands of honest hardworking taxpayers.

The Amityville Horror: In November 1974, Ronald DeFeo murdered his entire family, shooting them all with a .35 Marlin Rifle. According to DeFeo he was being controlled by evil spirits and heard voices. He was sentenced to six life sentences. A year later Kathy and George Lutz moved in. They moved out after a month. They made incredible claims of black ooze coming from toilets, doors blown off hinges, unexplained teeth marks, a pit to hell in the basement, and of course the bleeding walls…

The Amityville Horror: In November 1974, Ronald DeFeo murdered his entire family, shooting them all with a .35 Marlin Rifle. According to DeFeo he was being controlled by evil spirits and heard voices. He was sentenced to six life sentences. A year later Kathy and George Lutz moved in. They moved out after a month. They made incredible claims of black ooze coming from toilets, doors blown off hinges, unexplained teeth marks, a pit to hell in the basement, and of course the bleeding walls…

Alexander & Bucephalus - located in front of Edinburgh's City Chambers. Modelled 1832, cast in bronze 1883, presented to the city 1884

Alexander & Bucephalus - located in front of Edinburgh's City Chambers. Modelled 1832, cast in bronze 1883, presented to the city 1884