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Friday, January 20, 2012

Greek Gods;





Greek Mythology is the religion of Greece consisting of tales of their great gods and goddesses, most of which share human qualities and human form. The gods are not allowed to interact with mortals, and they live on Mount Olympus. The Gods overthrew their father, Cronus, who was a titan, and imprisoned the rest of the titans in Tartarus. There were then thirteen official gods, meaning that they play an important role in many tales or folklores stories in Greek culture and Religion. These gods are:

Zeus-king of the gods, god of the skies

Hera- Zeus' wife/sister, Queen of the Gods, God of women, marriage, and motherhood.

Poseidon-Bro of Zeus, the Lord of the Sea; god of the seas, earthquakes, created horses.

Demeter-Goddess of fertility, agriculture, nature, and the seasons.

Hestia-Zeus sister/plays no main role except for her role as the virgin goddess.

Aphrodite- Goddess of love, beauty, desire, and fertility.

Apollo-Sun God; god of light, healing, music, poetry, prophecy, & archery

Ares-son of zeus & hera(both parents hated him), the God of war, frenzy, hatred, and bloodshed.

Artemis- Goddess of the hunt, of maidens, and the moon.

Athena-daughter of zeus, Goddess of wisdom, crafts, and strategic battle.

Haphaestus-He is the blacksmith to the Gods; god of fire and the forges.

Hermes-He is Zeus messenger. He is the fastest of the gods. He wears winged sandals, a winged hat, and carries a cadecus. He is the god of thieves and god of commerce. He is the guide for the dead to go to the underworld.

Hades- Lord of the dead, God of the Underworld.

 P.S.- Hercules, Perseus, etc, are Demigods. This means they are half mortal/half god.

Kaps.

3 comments:

  1. overall , it is alla big fiction where all the gods are invented in the mind of a some imaginative person

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  2. This is a very amusing page, clearly written or rather copied and pasted by a 16 year old boy with an overactive imagination and a short attention span.

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    1. LOL. Greek Gods always fascinated me. A historian has to take facts from somewhere, he possibly cannot invent them. you, sir, are very funny.

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