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Statue of Naked Medusa Erected in New York City

With the arch of Baal and now Medusa, no wonder New York City is under the judgment of God and is gone to hell!

The 1,000-pound bronze sculpture is a re-imagined version of Medusa, a figure of ancient Greek mythology who was raped by one of the most powerful gods, Poseidon.

But instead of Poseidon being punished, Medusa was blamed and transformed into a monstrous beast with snakes for hair, as well as a gaze that could turn men into stone.

She was exiled and later hunted down by Perseus, who then displayed her head on his shield as a trophy.

The new effigy, however, gives Medusa a different ending, depicting her as empowered as she holds Perseus’ severed head in defiance.


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