Themis By Alex Smith

Themis is an ancient Greek Titaness she is described as "(the lady) of good counsel "and she is the person of nature divine order, fairness, law, natural law and custom.
Her symbols are the scale of justice, tools, used to remain balanced and pragmatic.
Themis means: Divine laws rather than human ordinance
Themis was the daughter of Uranus and Gaea.

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Created with images by Kristoffer Trolle - "Lady sitting in front of Parthenon on Acropolis, Athens, Greece" • Dimitris Graffin - "Statue of the goddess Themis, found at Rhamnous, Attica. ca. 300 BC" • RaeAllen - "Themis" • Tilemahos Efthimiadis - "Statue of the goddess Themis. About 300 BC" • Dimitris Graffin - "Θέμις Ραμνούντος, Δικηγορικός Σύλλογος Αθηνών"

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