Goddesses Of Fate And Destiny In Greek, Roman And Slavic Mythology | Ancient Pages

“…Through the ages, myths and legends dealing with fate have reflected our beliefs. People have often wondered over fate and its power.

The idea of a person’s fate being spun was widely known in ancient Europe…” Click the link below to learn more about the “FATES.” ❤

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Colleen M. Chesebro is an author of paranormal fantasy and magical realism, cross-genre fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. She loves all things magical which may mean that she could be experiencing her second childhood – or not. That part of her life hasn’t been fully decided yet. A few years ago, a mystical experience led her to renew her passion for writing and storytelling. These days she resides in the fantasy realm of the Fairy Whisperer where she writes the magical poetry and stories that the fairy nymphs whisper to her in her dreams. Colleen lives in Colorado with her husband. When she is not writing, she enjoys spending time with her husband. She also loves gardening, reading, and crocheting old-fashioned doilies into works of art. You can learn more about Colleen at www.colleenchesebro.com.

6 thoughts on “Goddesses Of Fate And Destiny In Greek, Roman And Slavic Mythology | Ancient Pages

  1. Wonderful post, Colleen… I have been checking out your blog lately and I am thrilled… In greek Mythology these goddesses are called the Moirae… I guess they could get along well with Nemesis too… 😀 xx

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