The word theocracy originates from the Greek θεοκρατία meaning “the rule of God”. This in turn derives from (theos), meaning “god”, and (krateo), meaning “to rule.” Thus the meaning of the word in Greek was “rule by god(s)” or human incarnation(s) of god(s).
Molded from Irregular Times
Phthinoporon power is massive with about 8.4 times of the Sun’s mass. She has an estimated age of 20 million years; old enough to consume the hydrogen at its core and begin to evolve away from the main sequence into a giant dragon ❤️ string.
Phthinoporon is one of the twelve Horae, the daughters of the sun god Helios who is given the task of marking the progress of the seasons. It is from the Horae that the word hours is derived.
Phthinoporon is the season of early autumn, and is associated with that time in life when the bloom of youth has passed, but true old age has not yet arrived. She is also present at that lovely time just after dinner has been finished, but it’s not yet time for bed.
Phthinoporon lives in a sweet spot, where she has gained a wise distance from impulse to sudden movement that captivates those who are of an age for Camp Half Blood, but retains the vitality to take effective action when it is truly called for.
Now, in the middle of the literal season of summer, it’s a good time to lift an eye to golden, but frost-tinged, times to come.
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