The brigade was hurrying briskly to be gulped into the infernal mouths of the war god
Kurt left him, andwhen he came to look about him the first thing he saw pasted on the padded wall was a reproduction, of the great picture by Siegfried Schmalz of the War God
, that terrible, trampling figure with the viking helmet and the scarlet cloak, wading through destruction, sword in hand, which had so strong a resemblance to Karl Albert, the prince it was painted to please.
THE war god
still governs as we enter April with four planets still marching up and down in the sign of Aries, demanding action and demanding it now.
At center is Ixca Cienfuegos, a Greek chorus observer who embodies the Aztec war god
and, in seeking revenge for Mexico's overthrow by the Spaniards, hopes to find a suitable sacrifice.
As the gods weaken, the Titans flourish -- and it all falls apart when the death god Hades (Ralph Fiennes) and the war god
Ares (Edgar Ramirez) switch loyalties and make a deal with the Titans to betray Zeus into their hands.
There is a temple dedicated to the war god
Ares, one of only two known such temples, located in the ancient city.
Historians believe it could have been part of a settlement called Cambodunum, which means The Fortress of the War God
, but other experts have given it similar variations of the name.
What particularly caught my attention was a copy of a page from the Dresden codex on page 47, which "depicts Venus as the war god
And, yes, it's coming from a polytheistic period, a period when the god of the Jews was the war god
and they were supposed to worship him above all other gods.
As a war god
he is shown with a man's body but falcon head, wearing a double-plumed sun disk on his head, from which hang two deadly cobras.
And despite an author's note that the Aztec language is not difficult to pronounce, the fact that we are introduced to the war god
Huitzilopochtli, the rain god Tlaloc, traders known as Pochteca and a character called Monaimati all on page one will probably put a lot of people off.
They originated during colonial times, when indigenous people, each winter, celebrated the war god