Némesis

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Nemesis or retributive justice.

Nemesis owes its etymological origin to the Greek goddess Nemesis
“In Greek mythology, Nemesis (Νέμεσις / Némesis), called Ramnusia — “the goddess of Ramnunte” — in the sanctuary she has in that city of Attica, is the goddess of retributive justice, solidarity, revenge, balance and fortune. She punished those who did not obey those people with the right to command…

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Writer of essays, poetry, stories. Studious of the ancestral Traditions. I am also a student of the etymologies of words.

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Jesus Jordan Parra

Jesus Jordan Parra

Writer of essays, poetry, stories. Studious of the ancestral Traditions. I am also a student of the etymologies of words.

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