Minimalist white glyph on black background representing the symbol of Lamia

Interpretation:

In ancient Greek mythology, Lamia is a figure associated with darkness, seduction, and the devouring of children, symbolizing the darker aspects of human nature, such as fear, loss, and the consuming nature of grief or obsession. Lamia’s tale warns of the dangers of unchecked emotions and the depth of maternal grief.

Themes: “darkness”, “seduction”, “grief”, “obsession”, “emotions”

More in: “The Greek Myths” by Robert Graves.

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