Propety is one of many terms for the Roman goddess Venus. In Greece she was recognized as the Mother of All the Gods and was known as Aphrodite, the goddess of love. She represents the full moon in the sky, the color of which is white and also is associated with harvest and fertility. The exact meaning of all these symbols vary considerably depending on the interpreter and the region in which one lives.
In the modern world a different set of definitions have taken hold. In recent years a term known as “propety” has been in wide use, but it is actually a combination of two Greek words, the first being “posy” meaning “one’s own.” The second word, “titos” means “a point, spot, turn, line, etc.” Although the meaning of this word might be lost in any translation, it is still true that she is the Mother of the Gods and the symbol of equality. The original Greek word for this attribute was “kronos” which means a measure or index.
When we say that she is the equal of the Father and the Mother we are using the original Greek definition of the Mother Goddess. If we translate the term propety as the attribute of justice, then we get another meaning, that ofeminence, which means “eminence, station, dignity.” This definition can be seen to correspond closely to the modern concepts of equity, just deserts, and merit. It can also be seen to correspond to the modern ideas of property, wealth, and justice. The original meaning of the Feminine Goddess was associated with the Motherly attributes of the Mother Goddess, therefore the modern concept of justice, just deserts, and eminence are also derived from the original feminine attributes of the Mother Goddess. There are some modern definitions that even relate the propety or Feminine attribute of propety to intellectual or social superiority.
Propety is also associated with other symbols such as the scales, coins, and the scales in nature, in which every item is equated to a measurement or number. These symbols are not absolute; rather, they are used to express an idea or abstract concept. Each of the original five elements is associated with a different symbol in Greek mythology. In addition, when the civilization evolves and expands beyond the boundaries of theythraia or original culture, all of these symbols change to fit the new culture and become part of it.
The most important point is that each of these symbols has its own individual and original meaning. By using these symbols we can interpret a variety of different things. For example, every single coin has a definite monetary value and every coin carries a specific symbol. The purpose of this article is to highlight the importance of understanding these different symbols and how this helps us understand propety.
By definition each of the five elements is associated with a different symbol. When we see a coin, we can tell its age, its weight, its value, and if it is a wise investment or a foolish one. Thus, by applying this logic we can conclude that each of the five elements is associated with a different meaning. Thus, by choosing the right symbols we can translate all of the above information into our own language and then use this knowledge to our advantage. This is perhaps the best way to explain propety to a person; because although this particular language is strange and certainly different it still has one very important thing in common; it is still true!