9-6. o yes whatever we're missing now that's how fantastic it will be wondering "why" it's the way it was I decided to just try with how it is whatever we've missed we'll mark and make and receive Gelos was the ancient Greek god or personified spirit (daimon) of laughter. Laverna was then ordered by Jupiter to become the patron goddess of dishonest and disreputable people. Goddess of beauty, love, desire, and pleasure. They also tell her that if she loses, the sun will shine. Goddess of Laughter. Different cities and pharaohs each favored their own specific set of gods. 110 Followers, 144 Following, 108 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Faith Miller (@goddess___of___laughter) Classic; Flipcard; Magazine; Mosaic; Sidebar; Snapshot; Timeslide; Sep. 11. In Greek mythology, Gelos / ˈ ɡ ɛ l oʊ s,-ɒ s / (Γέλως) is the divine personification of laughter.According to Philostratus the Elder, he was believed to enter the retinue of Dionysus alongside Comus. goddess-of-laughter.tumblr.com receives about n/a unique visitors and n/a page views per day which should earn about n/a/day from advertising revenue.Estimated site value is n/a.According to Alexa Traffic Rank goddess-of-laughter.tumblr.com is ranked number 0 in the world and 0% of global Internet users visit it. Deity Description Aphrodite (Ἀφροδίτη, Aphroditē) . This led to significant laughter among the gods, who made the matter right by ordering the head to join the body, and instructing Laverna pay up her debts, which she did. She tells them that if she wins, it will rain forever. Ancient Egypt's gods and goddesses looked at least partly like humans and behaved a bit like us, too.Some deities had animal features--typically their heads--on top of humanoid bodies. Classic. The Roman writer Apuleius describes a Thessalian festival of the god.
He was a companion of festive Dionysus. The God of Laughter, the Goddess of Naps, and the newscasters challenge Tasha to a basketball match. It is not known whether this was actual event or a mere literary invention.