Sci fi/Fantasy image by

Amanda Cook

Proserphena: a name influenced by the Roman invasion of the Keltoid Druidic tribes loosely means; “bringing death” or “creeping foreword”. She was outcast from her Keltoid kinfolk at puberty when her Second identity, Meskhenet began to take form and grant her the ability to confer with the dead. Because of this, she spent most of her teenage life in solitude, unknowingly perfecting her skills as a necromancer and developing her Third identity; Eydís. Feeling the life force of Nephthys in Meskhenet, the god of death, Anubis, sends Proserphena visions of ancient Egypt, and eventually calls her to him. After going as Eydís into the kingdom of Osiris, she is able to free Anubis from Osiris, who has taken his place as lord of the underworld. Because of the compassion and respect that Anubis shows Proserphena, she decides to remain forever loyal to him and worship him as her principal god. But Anubis does not want worship from Proserphena, but rather seeks the company of her Three identities, and invites her to be his consort in the underworld. At first, Proserphena does not realize she possess the Three identities, because they are merely physical manifestations and do not change her soul (so she was never psychologically aware of the changes). But after much persuasion by Anubis, Proserpine joins him in the underworld, accepting from him the scythe-blade Ap-uat, and thus beginning her immortality and her everlasting bond to Anubis. Together they sought to reclaim the throne of Anubis as the god of death to Egypt and to spread the true gods into the world. Meh...too many ideas. Make brain hurt. I am in the middle of coloring this with Paint Shop

Published More than a year ago

Category Mythology

Be the first to favourite this image.

This image is flagged as NSFW

More by Amanda Cook

More images like this