Notus Calor
Remember your Latin? The phrase describes what Hephastus felt when he embraced his wife, Aphrodite in the Iliad. Think you know what it is now?

It means familiar warmth. Not passion. Not animal lust. One would suspect such a phrase in the embrace of a Goddess, but no. Hephastus felt familair warmth. Safe and snuggly, a bit sticky, sweet and salty.

Notus Calor.

pls check aldous huxley's after many a summer.
the interpretation is slightly diff.
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