Calliope (Kalliope) is one of the nine Greek muses (the others were Clio, Euterpe, Thalia, Melpomeni, Terpsichore, Erato, Polymnia, and Ourania), and is associated with the mastering of beautiful, epic, and eloquent poetry and writing. She can also be helpful to those who are songwriters or musicians.
The muses, who resided on Mt. Olympus, were raised and taught the arts by the god Apollo. Calliope is the oldest of the nine daughters/muses and considered to be the supreme muse. She helped and guided kings, emperors, and leaders in justice and rhetoric.
She is the daughter of Zeus and the mother of Orpheus and Linus. It is rumored that she was the actual muse to Homer, who wrote the Illiad and the Oddysey.
Correspondences of Calliope
Arts and crafts, dance, eloquence/power of words, inspiration, judgment, music, poetry, public speaking, courage/confidence, writing, Ostara, Beltane, tablet, stylus, scroll, lyre,
Color: Orange, Yellow, Blue,
Element: Air, Water