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When you think of Greek Mythology, you think of Zeus, probably, or Hercules (which is Roman).Well, there is A LOT more to it than just him.I mean a lot, a lot.There are dozens upon dozens of gods.But not all of them are worth mentioning, but most are.Because I can't make this very long, I have cut it down to the main three gods: Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades.But, I will start out by telling how the world was created and the gods were born, according to Greek Mythology.
It all started with Chaos.It was dark, nothing was around.Out of the darkness came Erebus, which is the unknowable place where death dwells, and Night.It was still dark, when out of nowhere came Love, which brought order.Love brought Light and Day with it.With Light and Day, Gaea, the earth, was born.
Gaea gave birth to Uranus, which became the heavens.They mated and produced 3 Cyclopes, 3 Hecatoncheires (beings with 100 pairs of arms, all equally strong), and the 12 Titans.
Gaea didn't like Uranus, he was a bad husband and a bad father.So she conspired against him.None of her children, the Titans, would help her, except Cronus.Cronus was the youngest Titan of them all.He attacked him when he was sleeping and castrated him.The blood from Uranus created the Giants, Ash Tree Nymphs, and the Erinnyes.
Cronus took over for his father and imprisoned the Cyclopes and the Hecatoncheires in Tartarus (Tartarus is the ultimate prison, worse than the Underworld, where there is no way you are getting out unless you are released.)He married his sister Rhea and all the Titans had many children during his reign.He was told one of his kids would overthrow him when they got older.So, to keep the from happening, he swallowed each of his children, except one.Rhea took her sixth child, Zeus, and hid him in the land of Crete.She then took a stone, wrapped it in a cloth and presented it to Cronus, which he then swallowed, thinking…