Poseidon is hit and goes down, so he thought. Out of nowhere the floor under Zeus crumbles into a blackhole of water under him. Poseidon from above him starts to smirk. Hades is missing the attention, he throws his mighty trident at his brother. Poseidon moves as swiftly and quickly as the wind but the trident was faster, and cuts his cheek. Poseidon, fures and hurt, he charges at Hades with his mighty trident.
Zeus immediately started to become furious and his face started to become red. The Gods didn't know what they did wrong but Zeus suddenly began throwing his lightning bolts at the Gods. One after the other, Zeus would strike them right on their rear ends. During this temper tantrum Zeus was having, he missed the Gods more than hitting them. Ounce Zeus calmed down and realized he was overreacting, he took a moment to see what he did the the humans and all the trees and stuff like that. Instead of seeing mostly all Green, he saw flames of the fire he started. The humans houses were burning down, and everything was destroyed. Zeus almost started crying because he felt bad for what he had done. From that day on ,Zeus never threw lightning bolts again but, sometimes while its raining out and it's all gloomy, Zeus sometimes throws a couple lightning strikes thinking that if anything would catch on fire, the rain would put it
Hephaestus is a minor character in the Odyssey, he's also an Olympian god. Hephaestus would be a big help to Odysseus because he is the god of fire, also he has the ability to creat armor. If Hephaestus was the protector of Odysseus, Odysseus would be more protected because Odysseus would have armor to protect him. Hephaestus is a good protector because in book four of the Odyssey he is spoken of by the goddess Menelaus as he donates Telemachus a mixing bowl made by him. Hephaestus would be a good help to Odysseus because he's immune to harm from injury and is unable to get sick with any sickness or disease. Hephaestus is also stronger than the regular Olympian god and is able to pick up 40 ton optimally. Hephaestus is a genius among all the other Olympian gods and has created many weapons over the millennia. Hephaestus created the female shaped robots that assist him. People also refer to Hephaestus as The Great god of forge and fire, also God of volcanoes. Hephaestus was the only God on Mount Olympus who had a normal job and actually used his hands to work. The job was a Blacksmith, so he's able to make weapons and armor and more for Odysseus. It was said that Hephaestus was blacksmith for every God. Hephaestus was a craftsmen so he would also be able to craft weapons or tools for Odysseus. As Hephaestus was a skillful blacksmith he was able to forge and construct anything for all the other gods and goddesses. Hephaestus is a big strong god who is very dangerous and also powerful. Hephaestus would be a major
Hesiod’s Theogony has transcended generations, delivering to vast audiences the traditional stories of the Greek gods as well as ancient Greek conceptions of the world. One particularly well known aspect of the Theogony, the section that tells the tale of Prometheus, is unique in that it has little intrinsic worth; its value is in its ability to enhance other stories and conceptions. Across the globe, people know well the story of the one who deceived Zeus and stole fire for man, but few recognize its role in Hesiod’s work as a whole. The story of Prometheus serves two primary purposes for Hesiod and his audience. First, it solidifies Zeus’s position as king of the gods, providing one of the first characterizations of his temperament, and
1. Epic Quotation: Telemachus started a journey to find his father Odysseus because Ithaca was about suffering from an over flood of suitors desperate to rule the kingdom. So Telemachus sets a quest to find Odysseus so he can restore the kingdom back to its original condition. Explanation: In order to save
Throughout The Iliad, Homer offers us a glimpse into the lifestyles of the ancient Greeks and their beliefs. They are a very spiritual and in many ways superstitious people. The main thing to note throughout The Iliad is the interaction between the gods and the humans. Any
“So, Cyclops, no weak coward it was whose crew / you bent to devour there in your vaulted cave- / you with your brute force! Your filthy crimes / came down on your own head, you shameless cannibal, / daring to eat your guests in your own house- / so Zeus and the other gods have paid you back!” (9.531-536.)
“Let you not mistake your duty as I mistook my own. I came into this village like a bridegroom to his beloved, bearing gifts of high religion; the very crowns of holy law I bought, and what I touched with my bright confidence, it died;
Gender and Divine Vengeance In Greek mythology, there are many stories pertaining to divine vengeance and mortals. There are many different reasons as to why the gods penalize humans, and likewise, an assortment of punishments cast down upon these offenders. Throughout the book, Powell gives many examples of the wrath of
Poseidon was one of a god . He was a god of the ocean .He live under the water because he take care of the fish. He get mad when you kill a animal because he really care for the animal. He is so powerful that he can make
attacked. “ But I’ll cry out to the everlasting gods in hopes that Zeus will pay you back with a
One day while tending Poseidon’s hippocampi, the cyclops were approached by Aphrodite. She instructed them to give Poseidon the nectar and then tell him to seek her immediately, and they did, for they could not resist the soft voice and beauty of Aphrodite. Once given the nectar and instructions, Poseidon created a tsunami and rode it to Mount Olympus. Once Poseidon arrived he was immediately met by the vengeful goddess. Aphrodite whispered in Poseidon’s ear, “Take Eelos’ beauty and make it mine, for if you do, I will be yours.” The nectar coursing through him, making him very suggestive, Poseidon went away immediately and did as told. He dipped his trident in the blood of the slain serpent Python, then in the sea. Poseidon found Eelos and took him by wrist and led him down to the sea, where he stabbed Eelos with the laced trident. Eelos shrieked in agony as his beauty was being taken from him and he was becoming a sea serpent. The instant the deed was done, Poseidon broke free from Aphrodite’s charm and realized what he had done. He fled to Zeus, the watchful god, and told him of the treason
There was no denying it; the walls of Malwrath were insurmountable to the legion. Even the almighty Zues trembled at the sight of such a city, for even his divine aid could not overcome Cerberus, the monstrous guard of the underworld. The stench of death proliferated from the nearby
Hephaestus is the Greek God of fire, metalworkings, stone ma sonry, forges and the art of sculptures . He is known to the Romans as Vulcan . Hephaestus was the son of Hera and Zeus . His grandparents were Cronus and Rhea . It is said that Zeus did not take any part of Hephaestus creation .
Life of Hephaestus Have you ever seen a beautiful piece of metal work , I bet the last thing you thought about was greek mythology. Well , Hephaestus was the god of fire, metalwork, and building. He was thrown off of mount Olympus by his parents because of his lameness. Even though Hephaestus was very ugly and had some lameness, he never let it stop him in his metalwork and building.