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Spirella coined the term Spirelette in the 's and even introduced a pantie-girdle in ! This was simply an attempt to woo post-war woman by offering less formidable underwear than that of their mothers yet keeping them within the Spirella fold.

It did not work and models that were introduced in a blaze of publicity were quietly withdrawn but a few years later.

In the 's, Spirella coined the term 'Spirelette' for a range of lighter girdles. These were still made-to-measure, and should not be confused with the Spirelette range that was introduced in and was pushed towards the younger clientele in the 's see panty-girdles.

I believe that the name 'Spirelette' was a response to arch-rival Spencer's, Spencerette. The Spencerette, was by no means a light garment, but when the name was introduced, it was certainly lighter than the corset it replaced.

The latter Spirelette was never fully made-to-measure, and was simply available in an enormous range of sizes. Note how even a garment aimed at the more youthful figure from right , had the option of front-lacing.

How many housewives in their 30's and 40's wore a laced foundation in the 's? We'll never know and the records of Spirella and Spencer that might provide a clue, are probably lost forever.

Certainly, not many of these women would shout from the rooftops "I wear a corset like my mother and granny did", although that would probably be the reason why!

Why is it that the photograph compiler gives the model a semi-swooning posture? Scarlet O'Hara's corsets had reached the cinemas 15 years before.

Spirelette Girdles above : the from , from and , the from and , and the from Amazingly Spirella offered a pantie-girdle the in and a l aced girdle from right.

It is often quite revealing to look at real girdles from Spirella and other makes for that matter , since, to be honest, the majority of girdle wearers in the last 20 years have been older women.

The example on the right is an absolute classic Spirella. Note the waist, 30", and the 34" hips have created more of a tube, than some of the shapely girdles above, worn by shapely models.

The following pictures of girdles have been collected over a 35 year period and are classics of their era. Above we have in the top row, post , 20 5 pre style and a In the bottom row, a , a and an older American On the left in black is another Despite the dramatic difference in materials, the cut of the two 's is identical.

Identification requires access to a Spirella magazine or brochure of the period, however, such was Spirella's fascination, and latterly ever-changing range of model numbers, that not even our collection has a reference to all the models.

Spirella's service to its client allowed for the copying of older styles and these keep cropping up at auction.

Their provenance is hard to determine. Details from a girdle - left. So much more than a high street purchase, this tag tells of the garment model, the material, the corsetiere and client.

Even the date is recorded of this 30 year-old girdle left. It's a collector's dream, for we look at a slice of history. Regard, however, the difference between a girdle and the one.

Both eminently powerful and long-lasting garments, the older girdle has so much more quality. Note the suspenders 'flashes', the adjustable clips and heavy corset quality satin.

The metal zip adds a touch of charm, but for once, the newer garment has the edge since the old metal zips were not as reliable as the plastic variety!

Provenance of the best sort! The girdle's suspenders have been incorrectly assembled and this is why it remained as a return with its tags.

Incidentally, as an aid to dating Spirella's girdles, the metal zip was replaced by nylon zips in , but only on corselettes. The nylon zip, however, was well established on Spirella's girdles by the early 's.

That dates these girdles above. Flesh is lost from the derriere and a lack of exercise allows the tummy to protrude.

This was no corset designed to flatten the stomach at all costs left , this was typical Spirella, made-to-measure, and designed to support the abdomen without constricting it in any way right.

No off-the-peg corset or girdle was made with such a scant hip-spring of 4". By catering to the vagaries of the female shape, Spirella became justly famous.

Further work was done over the next fifty years by Thomas Spens, William Elphinstone and Gavin Dunbar; Dunbar is responsible for the heraldic ceiling and the two western spires.

The chancel was demolished in during the Scottish Reformation. The bells and lead from the roof were sent to be sold in Holland, but the ship sank near Girdle Ness.

The west arch of the crossing was then filled in, and worship carried on in the nave only; the current church consists only of the nave and aisles of the earlier building.

The ruined transepts and crossing are under the care of Historic Scotland, and contain an important group of late medieval bishops' tombs, protected from the weather by modern canopies.

The Cathedral is chiefly built of outlayer granite. On the unique flat panelled ceiling of the nave first half of the 16th Century are the heraldic shields of the contemporary kings of Europe, and the chief earls and bishops of Scotland.

The Cathedral is a fine example of a fortified kirk, with twin towers built in the fashion of fourteenth-century tower houses.

Their walls have the strength to hold spiral staircases to the upper floors and battlements. The spires which presently crown the towers were added in the 15th century.

Bishops Gavin Dunbar and Alexander Galloway built the western towers and installed the heraldic ceiling, featuring 48 coats of arms in three rows of sixteen.

Among those shown are:. The ceiling is set off by a frieze which starts at the north-west corner of the nave and lists the bishops of the see from Nechtan in to William Gordon at the Reformation in Notable figures buried in the cathedral cemetery include the author J.

There has been considerable investment in recent years in restoration work and the improvement of the display of historic artefacts at the Cathedral.

The battlements of the western towers, incomplete for several centuries, have been renewed to their original height and design, greatly improving the appearance of the exterior.

Meanwhile, within the building, a number of important stone monuments have been displayed to advantage. These include a possibly 7th-8th century cross-slab from Seaton the only surviving evidence from Aberdeen of Christianity at such an early date ; a rare 12th century sanctuary cross-head; and several well-preserved late medieval effigies of Cathedral clergy, valuable for their detailed representation of contemporary dress.

A notable modern addition to the Cathedral's artistic treasures is a carved wooden triptych commemorating John Barbour, archdeacon of Aberdeen d.

Visiting St Machars cathedral , on my way back to the car I spotted this headstone entwined with the roots of a very old tree , is the date on the headstone.

Technically, St Machar's is no longer a cathedral but rather a high kirk, as it has not been the seat of a bishopsince The central tower and spire collapsed in , in a storm, and this destroyed the choir and transepts.

The spires which presently crown the. A lovely woman stopped me and asked where did I get my anklet chain from In prehistoric times, a group of five beings who would later be known as Aphrodite, Artemis, Hestia, Athena and Demeter of the Greek Gods, went about and collected the souls of women who were either unjustly slain or having died for a noble cause, storing them in a vessel called the Cavern of Souls.

Centuries later, the Five looked down upon the world and worried that the hearts of men were falling to the whim's of Ares too easily.

The Five partitioned for the other gods to join their efforts to equalize the balance and create a race of women who would teach men the values of the gods, but they were denied.

The Five went on regardless, gathering at a lake in Greece they created clay bodies for the all-female race they breathed life into, with the souls they collected long ago, the first one to rise was Hippolyta.

The second was Antiope, Hippolyta's sister. The women created their city-state of Themyscira on the banks of the lake that gave them life and lived in peace, but not for long.

Ares' influence still ran strong in the world and Themyscira's neighbors did not all appreciate the rumors they heard of the splendor of Themyscira.

One such king was Eurystheus, who held sway over Heracles due to Hera's ire being upon the demigod. The son of Zeus was met in single combat by the Amazon Queen who easily defeated him as she carried the Girdle of Gaea, that made her invincible and a physical sign of the Five's favor of the Amazons.

However Hippolyta wished not to kill him but instead believed Heracles found them to be worthy allies of his.

Hippolyta was deceived and poisoned by Heracles himself, who took the Girdle from her. Instantly the Amazons lost the favor of the Five as Heracles's men attacked them, capturing them and burning Themyscira to the ground.

Enslaved, the Amazons were taken away from the ruins of their home to suffer at the hands of Heracles and his men, their gods having abandoned them because of the ease of which they were undone.

In the darkness of her cell after Heracles left for the battle of Troy, Hippolyta wept for her people and pleaded the gods for salvation. And Athena heard her prayers, granting her salvation if she would not seek revenge for what had happened to her and her people, and Hippolyta complied.

The Amazons broke free, having regained their god given strength, breaking the shackles that bound them. But many would no longer follow Olympus, Antiope included, those like her would become the Amazons of Bana-Mighdall.

Those who still followed Hippolyta and Olympus were met on the shores of the sea by the Five, who expressed their disappointment in the Amazons, who would now be associated with violence due to their actions.

As penance for their failure, the seas were parted by Poseidon and the Amazons were led away to Paradise Island, to forever guard the entrance to the Underworld known as Doom's Door and to wear the shackles that once bound them as reminders.

In return they would live as immortals on their new island home, as long as they remained there and continued to uphold their duty.

Also it was forbidden for men to set foot upon the island or the Amazons would loose their immortality. And so they lived and guarded the Door for thousands of years, forgotten as myths by the pages of history.

The intended degree of inclusiveness of this dedication is debated. The generic term pantheon is now applied to a monument in which illustrious dead are buried.

It is the best preserved of all Roman buildings, and perhaps the best preserved building of its age in the world.

It has been in continuous use throughout its history. The design of the extant building is sometimes credited to Trajan's architect Apollodorus of Damascus, but it is equally likely that the building and the design should be credited to Emperor Hadrian's architects, though not to Hadrian himself as many art scholars once thought.

Since the 7th century, the Pantheon has been used as a Roman Catholic church. The Pantheon is the oldest standing domed structure in Rome. The height to the oculus and the diameter of the interior circle are the same, Agrippa's Pantheon was destroyed along with other buildings in a huge fire in 80 AD.

The current building dates from about AD, during the reign of the Emperor Hadrian, as date-stamps on the bricks reveal. Hadrian was a cosmopolitan emperor who travelled widely in the East and was a great admirer of Greek culture.

He might have intended the Pantheon, a temple to all the gods, to be a kind of ecumenical or syncretist gesture to the subjects of the Roman Empire who did not worship the old gods of Rome, or who as was increasingly the case worshipped them under other names.

How the building was actually used is not known. Cassius Dio, a Graeco-Roman senator, consul and author of a comprehensive History of Rome, writing approximately 75 years after the Pantheon's reconstruction, mistakenly attributed the domed building to Agrippa rather than Hadrian.

Dio's book appears to be the only near-contemporary writing on the Pantheon, and it is interesting that even by the year there was uncertainty about the origin of the building and its purpose:.

Agrippa finished the construction of the building called the Pantheon. It has this name, perhaps because it received among the images which decorated it the statues of many gods, including Mars and Venus; but my own opinion of the name is that, because of its vaulted roof, it resembles the heavens.

Cassius Dio History of Rome The building was repaired by Septimius Severus and Caracalla in AD, for which there is another, smaller inscription.

This inscription reads "pantheum vetustate corruptum cum omni cultu restituerunt" 'with every refinement they restored the Pantheon worn by age'.

The building's consecration as a church saved it from the abandonment, destruction, and the worst of the spoliation which befell the majority of ancient Rome's buildings during the early medieval period.

Remaining at Rome twelve days he pulled down everything that in ancient times had been made of metal for the ornament of the city, to such an extent that he even stripped off the roof of the church [of the blessed Mary] which at one time was called the Pantheon, and had been founded in honor of all the gods and was now by the consent of the former rulers the place of all the martyrs; and he took away from there the bronze tiles and sent them with all the other ornaments to Constantinople.

Much fine external marble has been removed over the centuries, and there are capitals from some of the pilasters in the British Museum. Two columns were swallowed up in the medieval buildings that abbutted the Pantheon on the east and were lost.

In the early seventeenth century, Urban VIII Barberini tore away the bronze ceiling of the portico, and replaced the medieval campanile with the famous twin towers built by Maderno, which were not removed until the late nineteenth century.

The only other loss has been the external sculptures, which adorned the pediment above Agrippa's inscription. The marble interior and the great bronze doors have survived, although both have been extensively restored.

Since the Renaissance the Pantheon has been used as a tomb. Among those buried there are the painters Raphael and Annibale Carracci, the composer Arcangelo Corelli, and the architect Baldassare Peruzzi.

Architects, like Brunelleschi, who used the Pantheon as help when designing the Cathedral of Florence's dome, looked to the Pantheon as inspiration for their works.

Most of the bronze was used to make bombards for the fortification of Castel Sant'Angelo, with the remaining amount used by the Apostolic Camera for various other works.

It is also said that the bronze was used by Bernini in creating his famous baldachin above the high altar of St. In the early decades of the twentieth century, a piece of the original, as could be reconstructed from Renaissance drawings and paintings, was recreated in one of the panels.

Although Italy has been a republic since , volunteer members of Italian monarchist organizations maintain a vigil over the royal tombs in the Pantheon.

This has aroused protests from time to time from republicans, but the Catholic authorities allow the practice to continue, although the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage is in charge of the security and maintenance.

The Pantheon is still used as a church. Masses are celebrated there, particularly on important Catholic days of obligation, and weddings. The building is circular with a portico of three ranks of huge granite Corinthian columns eight in the first rank and two groups of four behind under a pediment opening into the rotunda, under a coffered, concrete dome, with a central opening oculus , the Great Eye, open to the sky.

A rectangular structure links the portico with the rotunda. Though often still drawn as a free-standing building, there was a building at its rear into which it abutted; of this building there are only archaeological remains.

In the walls at the back of the portico were niches, probably for statues of Caesar, Augustus and Agrippa, or for the Capitoline Triad, or another set of gods.

The large bronze doors to the cella, once plated with gold, still remain but the gold has long since vanished. The pediment was decorated with a sculpture — holes may still be seen where the clamps which held the sculpture in place were fixed.

The 4, metric ton 5, tn weight of the concrete dome is concentrated on a ring of voussoirs 9. The thickness of the dome varies from 6.

The Pantheon holds the record for the largest unreinforced concrete dome. The interior of the roof was possibly intended to symbolize the arched vault of the heavens.

The Great Eye at the dome's apex is the source of all light in the interior. The oculus also serves as a cooling and ventilation method. During storms, a drainage system below the floor handles the rain that falls through the oculus.

The interior features sunken panels coffers , which, in antiquity, may have contained bronze stars, rosettes, or other ornaments. This coffering was not only decorative, but also reduced the weight of the roof, as did the elimination of the apex by means of the Great Eye.

The top of the rotunda wall features a series of brick-relieving arches, visible on the outside and built into the mass of the brickwork.

The Pantheon is full of such devices — for example, there are relieving arches over the recesses inside — but all these arches were hidden by marble facing on the interior and possibly by stone revetment or stucco on the exterior.

Some changes have been made in the interior decoration. It is known from Roman sources that their concrete is made up of a pasty hydrate of lime, with pozzolanic ash Latin pulvis puteolanum and lightweight pumice from a nearby volcano, and fist-sized pieces of rock.

In this, it is very similar to modern concrete. No tensile test results are available on the concrete used in the Pantheon; however Cowan discussed tests on ancient concrete from Roman ruins in Libya which gave a compressive strength of 2.

An empirical relationship gives a tensile strength of psi 1. Finite element analysis of the structure by Mark and Hutchison found a maximum tensile stress of only The stresses in the dome were found to be substantially reduced by the use of successively less dense concrete in higher layers of the dome.

The 16 gray granite columns Hadrian ordered for the Pantheon's pronaos were quarried at Mons Claudianus in Egypt's eastern mountains.

Each was 39 feet These were dragged on wooden sledges when transporting on land. They were floated by barge down the Nile and transferred to vessels to cross the Mediterranean to the Roman port of Ostia where they were transferred back onto barges and up the Tiber to Rome.

As the best-preserved example of an Ancient Roman monumental building, the Pantheon has been enormously influential in Western Architecture from at least the Renaissance on; starting with Brunelleschi's meter dome of Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence, completed in — the first sizeable dome to be constructed in Western Europe since Late Antiquity.

The style of the Pantheon can be detected in many buildings of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries; numerous city halls, universities and public libraries echo its portico-and-dome structure.

C, as well as the California State Capitol in Sacramento. The present high altar and the apse were commissioned by Pope Clement XI and designed by Alessandro Specchi.

In the apse, a copy of a Byzantine icon of the Madonna is enshrined. The original, now in the Chapel of the Canons in the Vatican, has been dated to the 13th century, although tradition claims that it is much older.

The choir was added in , and was designed by Luigi Poletti. The first niche to the right of the entrance holds a Madonna of the Girdle and St Nicholas of Bari painted by an unknown artist.

The first chapel on the right, the Chapel of the Annunciation, has a fresco of the Annunication attributed to Melozzo da Forli.

The second niche has a 15th century fresco of the Tuscan school, depicting the Coronation of the Virgin. It was originally dedicated to the Holy Spirit.

A competition was held to decide which architect should be given the honor of designing it. Giuseppe Sacconi participated, but lost — he would later design the tomb of Umberto I in the opposite chapel.

Manfredio Manfredi won the competition, and started work in The tomb consists of a large bronze plaque surmounted by a Roman eagle and the arms of the house of Savoy.

It is also known as the Madonna of the Railing, because it originally hung in the niche on the left-hand side of the portico, where it was protected by a railing.

It was moved to the Chapel of the Annunciation, and then to its present position some time after The bronze epigram commemorated Pope Clement XI's restoration of the sanctuary.

There are three memorial plaques in the floor, one conmmemorating a Gismonda written in the vernacular. The final niche on the right side has a statue of St.

Anastasio by Bernardino Cametti. On the first niche to the left of the entrance is an Assumption by Andrea Camassei. This refers to the confraternity of artists and musicians that was formed here by a 16th-century Canon of the church, Desiderio da Segni, to ensure that worship was maintained in the chapel.

The confraternity continued to draw members from the elite of Rome's artists and architects, and among later members we find Bernini, Cortona, Algardi and many others.

The altar in the chapel is covered with false marble. To the sides are paintings by Francesco Cozza, one of the Virtuosi: Adoration of the Shepherds on left side and Adoration of the Magi on right.

The second niche has a statue of St Agnes, by Vincenco Felici. The chapel was originally dedicated to St Michael the Archangel, and then to St.

Thomas the Apostle. The present design is by Giuseppe Sacconi, completed after his death by his pupil Guido Cirilli.

The tomb consists of a slab of alabaster mounted in gilded bronze. They also organize picket guards at the tombs. The altar with the royal arms is by Cirilli.

The third niche holds the mortal remains — his Ossa et cineres, "Bones and ashes", as the inscription on the sarcophagus says — of the great artist Raphael.

The epigraph was written by Pietro Bembo. The present arrangement is from , designed by Antonio Munoz. The bust of Raphael is by Giuseppe Fabris.

The two plaques commemorate Maria Bibbiena and Annibale Carracci. Behind the tomb is the statue known as the Madonna del Sasso Madonna of the Rock so named because she rests one foot on a boulder.

It was commissioned by Raphael and made by Lorenzetto in In the Chapel of the Crucifixion, the Roman brick wall is visible in the niches. The wooden crucifix on the altar is from the 15th century.

The bust is a portrait of Cardinal Agostino Rivarola. The final niche on this side has a statue of St. Rasius S. Erasio by Francesco Moderati.

The original, Pre-Crisis lasso was formed from Aphrodite's girdle and forced whomever was bound within it to obey the commands of whomever held the other end.

This effect could be used on larger groups of people, although this reduced its efficiency. In addition to being unbreakable, the lasso was also infinitely elastic.

Eventually, Diana coated it in special Amazon chemicals that allowed it to transform her civilian clothes into Wonder Woman's garb.

Diana demonstrated a remarkable level of skill with the lasso, performing such feats as twirling it to create air currents upon which she could float and spinning it to emit certain frequencies that disrupted Felix Faust's spells.

The lasso is completely unbreakable, immutable, and indestructible. The Lasso also appears to be able to alter in length, based on it's wielder's needs.

It is able to restore people's lost memories, hypnotize people, get rid of illusions, and people who are in its circumference will be protected from magical attacks.

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The Belt of Venus or Venus's Girdle or Twilight Wedge[1] is an atmospheric phenomenon seen shortly before sunrise or shortly after sunset. Unlike alpenglow, the sunlight refracted in the fine dust particles that create the rosy pinkish arch of the Belt of Venus hover high in the atmosphere and perpetuate it long after sunset or long before sunrise.

In a way, the Belt of Venus is a true alpenglow visible at twilight near the anti-solar point. EXIF data were lost when fussion made. I love being in this girdle: it's firm, yet although only a size 12, not quite as tight as my Playtex one.

It has nice see-thru side panels showing my tights or whatever I'm wearing underneath with a nice lacy trim round the legs. A side profile view here.

Me in white corset and white bridal stockings, panty girdle and white bra, black bra and panty girdle and white fishnet tights. This is me - all firmly girdled in a Playtex hour girdle with a pair of black opaque tights on.

At a size 12 it's definitely tight - but very comfortably so! This is me - my ass firmly girdled in a Playtex hour girdle with a pair of black opaque tights on.

At a size 12 it's definitely tight - but very comfortably so, even though it has squidged my stomach rather visibly here! This is me - all firmly girdled in a Playtex hour girdle with a pair of black opaque tights on - side view.

This vintage black beauty was the last one in this color and is now sold, so sorry I will keep on the lookout for more!

The black one and one other white one that is slightly different than this one, then that's it Another side profile view here.

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Greyhope Bay, Aberdeen. The choir was added in , and was designed by Luigi Poletti. The first niche to the right of the entrance holds a Madonna of the Girdle and St Nicholas of Bari painted by an unknown artist.

The first chapel on the right, the Chapel of the Annunciation, has a fresco of the Annunication attributed to Melozzo da Forli.

The second niche has a 15th century fresco of the Tuscan school, depicting the Coronation of the Virgin.

It was originally dedicated to the Holy Spirit. A competition was held to decide which architect should be given the honor of designing it.

Giuseppe Sacconi participated, but lost — he would later design the tomb of Umberto I in the opposite chapel. Manfredio Manfredi won the competition, and started work in The tomb consists of a large bronze plaque surmounted by a Roman eagle and the arms of the house of Savoy.

It is also known as the Madonna of the Railing, because it originally hung in the niche on the left-hand side of the portico, where it was protected by a railing.

It was moved to the Chapel of the Annunciation, and then to its present position some time after The bronze epigram commemorated Pope Clement XI's restoration of the sanctuary.

There are three memorial plaques in the floor, one conmmemorating a Gismonda written in the vernacular. The final niche on the right side has a statue of St.

Anastasio by Bernardino Cametti. On the first niche to the left of the entrance is an Assumption by Andrea Camassei. This refers to the confraternity of artists and musicians that was formed here by a 16th-century Canon of the church, Desiderio da Segni, to ensure that worship was maintained in the chapel.

The confraternity continued to draw members from the elite of Rome's artists and architects, and among later members we find Bernini, Cortona, Algardi and many others.

The altar in the chapel is covered with false marble. To the sides are paintings by Francesco Cozza, one of the Virtuosi: Adoration of the Shepherds on left side and Adoration of the Magi on right.

The second niche has a statue of St Agnes, by Vincenco Felici. The chapel was originally dedicated to St Michael the Archangel, and then to St.

Thomas the Apostle. The present design is by Giuseppe Sacconi, completed after his death by his pupil Guido Cirilli.

The tomb consists of a slab of alabaster mounted in gilded bronze. They also organize picket guards at the tombs.

The altar with the royal arms is by Cirilli. The third niche holds the mortal remains — his Ossa et cineres, "Bones and ashes", as the inscription on the sarcophagus says — of the great artist Raphael.

The epigraph was written by Pietro Bembo. The present arrangement is from , designed by Antonio Munoz. The bust of Raphael is by Giuseppe Fabris.

The two plaques commemorate Maria Bibbiena and Annibale Carracci. Behind the tomb is the statue known as the Madonna del Sasso Madonna of the Rock so named because she rests one foot on a boulder.

It was commissioned by Raphael and made by Lorenzetto in In the Chapel of the Crucifixion, the Roman brick wall is visible in the niches.

The wooden crucifix on the altar is from the 15th century. The bust is a portrait of Cardinal Agostino Rivarola. The final niche on this side has a statue of St.

Rasius S. Erasio by Francesco Moderati. The original, Pre-Crisis lasso was formed from Aphrodite's girdle and forced whomever was bound within it to obey the commands of whomever held the other end.

This effect could be used on larger groups of people, although this reduced its efficiency. In addition to being unbreakable, the lasso was also infinitely elastic.

Eventually, Diana coated it in special Amazon chemicals that allowed it to transform her civilian clothes into Wonder Woman's garb.

Diana demonstrated a remarkable level of skill with the lasso, performing such feats as twirling it to create air currents upon which she could float and spinning it to emit certain frequencies that disrupted Felix Faust's spells.

The lasso is completely unbreakable, immutable, and indestructible. The Lasso also appears to be able to alter in length, based on it's wielder's needs.

It is able to restore people's lost memories, hypnotize people, get rid of illusions, and people who are in its circumference will be protected from magical attacks.

Empowered by the Fires of Hestia, the Lasso forces anyone held by it to tell and understand the absolute truth. Recently, the Lasso has been shown to actually transport Diana's mind into that of whomever is tied within it.

Its effects can be very dangerous, as not everyone is capable of facing the truth of their actions stripped bare of excuses.

The Amazon Artemis, inexperienced with the use of the lasso, inadvertently drove a man to suicide after tying him in it, and the Lasso reduced both Captain Nazi and Ares, God of War, to tearful surrender by revealing to them the truth of their violent actions.

With Wonder Woman's strength and speed, the lasso can be used as an offensive and defensive weapon. When the villain Genocide gained control of it and had the lasso implanted into her body, she used the lasso's powers to directly attack her victim's souls, and was able to bring even powerful and strong willed opponents like Green Lantern John Stewart low with ease using it, demonstrating it's frightening potential as a weapon in the wrong hands.

While Donna's lasso is silver, it has the ability to impose her will onto those bound by it, thus forcing them to do as she commands, including speaking the absolute truth.

The silver lasso can be overpowered only by those whose will is stronger than Donna's. Like Diana's lasso, it is virtually unbreakable.

Created by Ares, God of War, the golden lasso of lightning is similarly indestructible, but possesses different properties from that of Diana or Donna's lassos.

Upon the command of its wielder, Cassandra Sandsmark, the lasso can generate an electrical field of energy stemming directly from the lighting of Zeus.

This lasso however, cannot force its targets to tell the truth. Thanks for lots of nice comments for this series, please find one more; enjoy and comment to inspire.

The eighth labour of Heracles was to bring to Eurystheus the mares of Diomedes, a son of Ares, and king of the Bistonians, a warlike Thracian tribe.

This king possessed a breed of wild horses of tremendous size and strength, whose food consisted of human flesh, and all strangers who had the misfortune to enter the country were made prisoners and flung before the horses, who devoured them.

When Heracles arrived he first captured the cruel Diomedes himself, and then threw him before his own mares, who, after devouring their master, became perfectly tame and tractable.

They were then led by Heracles to the sea-shore, when the Bistonians, enraged at the loss of their king, rushed after the hero and attacked him.

He now gave the animals in charge of his friend Abderus, and made such a furious onslaught on his assailants that they turned and fled. But on his return from this encounter he found, to his great grief, that the mares had torn his friend in pieces and devoured him.

After celebrating due funereal rites to the unfortunate Abderus, Heracles built a city in his honour, which he named after him.

He then returned to Tiryns, where he delivered up the mares to Eurystheus, who set them loose on Mount Olympus, where they became the prey of wild beasts.

It was after the performance of this task that Heracles joined the Argonauts in their expedition to gain possession of the Golden Fleece, and was left behind at Chios, as already narrated.

During his wanderings he undertook his ninth labour, which was to bring to Eurystheus the girdle of Hippolyte, queen of the Amazons.

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The emphasis had moved from service and quality, to sales, sales, sales! Coppelias 42 and Nevertheless, in an attempt to persuade a new generation Spirella hoped to embrace the girdle, or vice versa, Spirella provided detailed instructions with each garment concerning laundering very important and amazingly, how to put on the garment itself.

Mostly, this would appear to be common sense, however, the instructions for the corselette may come as a surprise. The garment should be turned inside-out before donning and effectively unrolled up the wearer.

This is actually an effective technique and is still encouraged by many South American manufacturers who still produce all-in-one garments.

These pictures show two Coppelia 43 girdles. On the left is the older one late 's with the signature details of metal zipper and high quality satin elastic panels at the sides and rear.

The quality of the satin elastic just is not quite the same and the zipper is now a plastic affair. This insidious decline in perceived, if not actual, quality was a sign of the times.

Spirella coined the term Spirelette in the 's and even introduced a pantie-girdle in ! This was simply an attempt to woo post-war woman by offering less formidable underwear than that of their mothers yet keeping them within the Spirella fold.

It did not work and models that were introduced in a blaze of publicity were quietly withdrawn but a few years later.

In the 's, Spirella coined the term 'Spirelette' for a range of lighter girdles. These were still made-to-measure, and should not be confused with the Spirelette range that was introduced in and was pushed towards the younger clientele in the 's see panty-girdles.

I believe that the name 'Spirelette' was a response to arch-rival Spencer's, Spencerette. The Spencerette, was by no means a light garment, but when the name was introduced, it was certainly lighter than the corset it replaced.

The latter Spirelette was never fully made-to-measure, and was simply available in an enormous range of sizes. Note how even a garment aimed at the more youthful figure from right , had the option of front-lacing.

How many housewives in their 30's and 40's wore a laced foundation in the 's? We'll never know and the records of Spirella and Spencer that might provide a clue, are probably lost forever.

Certainly, not many of these women would shout from the rooftops "I wear a corset like my mother and granny did", although that would probably be the reason why!

Why is it that the photograph compiler gives the model a semi-swooning posture? Scarlet O'Hara's corsets had reached the cinemas 15 years before.

Spirelette Girdles above : the from , from and , the from and , and the from Amazingly Spirella offered a pantie-girdle the in and a l aced girdle from right.

It is often quite revealing to look at real girdles from Spirella and other makes for that matter , since, to be honest, the majority of girdle wearers in the last 20 years have been older women.

The example on the right is an absolute classic Spirella. Note the waist, 30", and the 34" hips have created more of a tube, than some of the shapely girdles above, worn by shapely models.

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