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IMAGE OF THE DAY
"Mercury or Hermes" Jean de Boulogne (known as Gianbologna) (1529 - 1608) Louvre Museum, Paris, France
Flutter and flitter are applicable terms to Mercury or Hermes who taught thieves and merchants how to flatter victims to succeed with their deceptions. Here Mercury is air-born on a puff of "hot air" holding his caduceus with double serpents, perhaps to denote the art of "double talk" or what currently is advocated by politicians as "alternative truth".