The SNAKE QUEEN
MEDUSA SNAKE demon
The Snake Demon once a beautiful, avowed priestess. Legend states that Medusa was once a beautiful, avowed priestess of Athena who was cursed for breaking her vow of celibacy. … She turned Medusa into a hideous hag, making her hair into writhing snakes and her skin was turned a greenish hue. Anyone who locked gaze with Medusa was turned into stone. Athena, as the virgin goddess, was incredibly enraged by this defilement of her temple and chose to punish Medusa for her part in the whole affair—she cursed Medusa’s beauty. It was not Medusa fault to be raped by Zeus brother Poseiden, but Athena never the less punished her out of rage and jealousy. This powerful snake like woman who was once the most beautiful young Goddess of all time and desired by men, is now the most treacherous and dangerous. All those who cross her, will be subject to becoming stone, will be subject to death.
man into stone
Snake Demon once a beautiful, avowed priestess is a dangerous demon with no regret of causing death on mortal men. The Snake haired Venomous Witch with razor sharp teeth, eyes piercing and skin that sheds with a greenish hue. Her power is trecherous and her stare can turn a man into stone including the “CRACKEN”. Only Medusa this snake haired creature will allow women solace in her temple for her curse that has damned her soul and beauty. However, her Venom, Medusa’s venom is the utmost vile, she will spit at you with venom that is acid, dissolving your body and skin, melting it as if you never existed.
A dishonorable king demanded that he bring him an impossible gift: the head of Medusa. Perseus set out with the aid of the gods, who provided him with divine tools. While the Gorgons slept, the hero attacked, using Athena’s polished shield to view the reflection of Medusa’s awful face and avoid her petrifying gaze while he beheaded her with a harpe, an adamantine sword. Such a violent act resulted in the birth of Medusa’s children, the winged horse Pegasos and the giant Chrysaor, who sprung from her neck. The two immortal sisters pursued Perseus with fury, but the hero escaped with his prize using Hermes’ winged boots and Hades’ helmet of invisibility. Not even death could quell Medusa’s power,