In the first of two chthonic
allusions, Hetty stands in despair at the edge of a pond: "The horror of this cold, and darkness, and solitude--out of all human reach --became greater every long minute.
Seth also has chthonic
aspects, which might have been regarded as a good omen for those excavating the gallery, although this is by no means certain.
Early ethnographers treated Hinenuitepo as a threatening, chthonic
death-deity who had lost any claim to benign femininity.
is capable of stealing saved passwords in different applications, keylogging in applications or on web pages, form grabbing, recording video and sound, injecting code in web pages opened in browsers, and providing remote access via VNC to the infected computer for making transactions in online banking systems.
Such a synthesis would be analogous to the one narrated in the Oresteia by which Athena's "rational" order overtakes the chthonic
, irrational order of the past, allowing for the transformation of the Furies into Eumenides.
341), alluding to the prophetic priestess of Apollo at Delphi, intoxicated with chthonic
fumes and providing information often clouded in obfuscation.
Music Paganfest America 2014 featuring Korpiklaani, Turisas, Chthonic
, Varg and Winterhymn, 5:30 p.
but sun-washed, I almost found it easy to ignore what I couldn't tune out: my companions' iPhoned and -Padded news that dinged from far beyond the farthest ridge, bearing chthonic
voices insistent as the bolts and distant thunder that were rolling threats across the hollows.
Au premier stade, celle des droits primitifs, dans une societe traditionnelle regie par l'usage et la coutume--ce que le professeur Glenn appelle a chthonic
legal tradition (15)--la justice est administree au sein meme de la famille, ou par la communaute immediate, le voisinage, la tribu ou le clan.
Relating to the gods of the underworld (b) chthonic
Thus, though life-giving through their emanations, Nagas are also a chthonic
power, whose beneficent qualities are complemented by their capacity to punish--afflictions, floods and droughts result from their displeasure and pain.
journey was immortalized in Virgil's canonical Georgics and Orpheus was said to have possessed the lyrical prowess to charm all things in the world, including stones.