Astarte/Astarot is derived from Ashtoreth of 1 Kings 11:5 “the goddess of the Sidonians.”
Greco-Roman Mythology refers to the extensive stories about ancient Greek and Roman gods, goddesses, heroes and mythical creatures. Read articles about Greco-Roman Mythology below.
Atlantis was a great civilization that was destroyed in a massive catastrophe about 12,000 years ago when the last great Ice Age ended.
In Roman mythology, Cacus, the son of Vulcan, was a giant who lived in a cave on Mount Aventine.
Greek vampires that would feed on children born around Christmas time.
Cerberus was the three-headed watchdog with a serpent body that guarded the entrance to Hades in Greek/Roman mythology.
Circe, the daughter of the Sun, one of the Titans, is a beautiful seductress similar to Calypso.
The Erinyes (the Angry Ones), aka the Furies and the Eumenides (the Kindly Ones), were three women sent to avenge the souls of the dead.
Eurynome was one of the female titans in Greek mythology.
Considered demons of the underworld or of the sea, the Gorgons were the daughters of Phorcys and Ceto.