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In Greek mythology, Persephone also called Kore or Cora, is the daughter of Zeus and the .... In the Eleusinian mysteries, her return is the symbol of immortality and hence she was frequently represented on sarcophagi. In the mystical theories ...

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Goddess Symbols: Persephone symbols and myths. Find the sacred goddess symbols in myths and art. The Goddess Quiz identifies your personal goddess ...

www.talesbeyondbelief.com/greek-gods/persephone.htm

Each ancient Greek god and goddess were associated with special symbols, animals and attributes. The Symbols of Persephone helped the ancient Greeks ...

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Discover more about Persephone; her origins, areas of influence, symbolism and the Maiden aspect of this Goddess.

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Jul 28, 2017 ... Persephone's symbol or attribute: The pomegranate. The narcissus, which Hades planted in a meadow to entice her to pluck it; pulling on the ...

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Persephone was the ancient Greek goddess of spring and the Queen of the ... even with the ancients, the symbol of vegetation which shoots forth in spring, and  ...

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Persephone (also known in her youth as Kore and the Roman goddess Prosperina) is often represented by symbols associated with the coming of spring .

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Persephone - possessing an introverted temperament (polar opposite to Hera) with issues of inner world control/ power--she represents the goddess of the ...

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Symbols: sheaf of grain , wreath of flowers, pomegranate (or pomegranate seed), narcissus, torch. Persephone is associated with spring, ...