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But the brief allusion in Dante’s Renaissance-era writings could be overlooked, until you sink your teeth into the original story that preceded Dante by some two thousand years.
Question: how exactly do you think a half-man and half-bull creature comes to exist?
A single mum receives an anonymous text message, claiming her new boyfriend is having an inappropriate relationship with her 11 year old daughter.
Over one weekend the accusation fractures the relationship between the couple.
And that elaborate sex episode, of a wife who dreamed up a practical concept of using an entire bull as a sex toy, is what caused a scandal so epic that the story made its way into Dante’s description of the Seventh Circle of Hell.
Through that union the beast called the Minotaur was conceived.
She cast a spell so spiteful and vindictive that whenever her husband put his cock in another woman and ejaculated, his penis would splash out a string of scorpions and snakes, stinging and biting the mistress in an agonizing death.
One can imagine even seasoned gods like Zeus looking down from the sky and saying to her “Bitch, what the fuck is wrong with you?
Dante describes meeting the Minotaur in the Seventh Circle of Hell: “Such was the passage down the steep, and there at the very top, at the edge of the broken cleft, lay spread the Infamy of Crete, the heir of bestiality and the lecherous queen who hid in a wooden cow.It felt a little like an attempt at a Black Mirror style story, just lacking the quality ingredient, Charlie Brooker.Praise for Nick Blood and Faye Marsay, they did their best with the weak script, both characters had stuff to do, but the others seemed like extras, serving zero point being there.The palace of Minos became a complicated nest of sexual jealousy, mythological interventions, and revenge curses.With the conniving of the Olympian gods, the Queen created a curse so diabolical that one wonders how her mind even managed to think it up.
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