Zeus The Greek Supreme God

Posted by Roses on March 25, 2011

zeus setting on his thron

The Greek supreme god of all living and all creation came at a great price. Cronus and Rhea was his parents, Cronus was a titian and Rhea was considered as a Titan too due to her parents which were Gaia and Ouranos. She was known by most as The Mother Of The Gods. She was also Cronus sister as well as spouse. Due to that Cronus had over powered his own father and became king of the Gods he feared that his own children would do the same thing to him as well as that Gaia and Ouranos had told him that his children would rise up against him and take the throne for themselves. So as Rhea had his children he would swallow them. They would not die but just be trapped within his body they would grow inside of him just as they would have in the world. He done this every time just as soon as the children were born. Rhea soon grew tiered of this and …

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The Sisters of Fate Of Greek Mythology

Posted by Roses on April 5, 2010

From the goddess Themis and The Great Lord Zeus was born three very lovely daughters, or at least they  were at the time. As time passed they were known as the three ugly hags of destiny dressed in white robes and sat by the throne of Zeus

The names of these daughters were Clotho,  who combed and spun the wool yarn life of man. Lachesis  was to measure the length that was given to each and every living being which was their life form and last but not least was Atropos who is the oldest and smallest of the three sisters   She was also known as the Goddess of Death and was the one that did the final thing and snipped the yarn.   When this was done the man to which the yarn was attached to died.

The sisters of fate

The sisters of fate

Zeus being the main God and the father of these ladies  even had the fates kill men due to wanting his own revenge.  He was also known to command the fates not to cut …

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