I have been writing on my blog since 2011, and recently I have decided to give it a new theme and changed its name to “Sybilogue”. I created this word combining two words as “Sybil” and “logue-logos”. It means Sybil’s talks or Sybilline sayings. In ancient times, Sybils were known as oracles giving prophecies at sacred sites. I believe that every woman in this world has a Sybilline spirit hidden in their nature waiting to be awaken some time. I have always found myself attracted to their history. Besides, strolling through the ancient ruins and reading about the ancient history, I have always felt inspired and enriched with what I have seen, seized and experienced. I hope I would be able to transmit a bit of those flavours to anyone who comes across with Sybilogue on the web.
“To such a degree will I be changed that I will be visible to no one; but I will be recognized by my voice. My voice the Fates will leave me.” Propertius
“The last age, sung of by the Cumaean Sibyl, is coming; the great cycle of ages is beginning again from the beginning…” Vergil, Eclogue