The curse was spelled by Zeus’ grandfather, Uranus, the initial God of earth. As the son and husband of the earth goddess, Gaia, Uranus abused his power and did nothing but bred. That’s why his youngest giant son, one of the twelve Titan gods, Cronus abominated and betrayed him with permission from Gaia. The twelve Titans, including Prometheus and Epimetheus, were half males and the other half females, in which there was a goddess, called Rhea married with his Cronus. The siblings and spouses definitely
Zeus with all the power didn’t even care to look for him. After almost losing his mind he was finally rescued by Zeus’ assistant, Hermes. After the incident Hera later decided to send Ares to live with one of the minor gods, Priapus. For the rest of his childhood ares’ was to live with Priapus where he taught him everything he need to know. As an adult Ares often faced humiliation because of his mental process.
After Rhea had given birth to Hades, Cronus had the fear that one of his sons would grow to be stronger than he could ever be and overthrow him. So, he swallowed each one after each birth. Zeus got raised by a goat for many years, and when he was a grown man he decided to save his brothers. Once they were regurgitated, the three of them fought their titan father and won.
Hades was known for many names by others. The Greeks and Romans referred to Hades as Pluto in speeches. They referred to him as Pluto because they feared saying his name out loud would send them to death sooner. Known in the Greek world as the “God of the Underworld”.
Greeks believed when they die they will meet the god of the underworld. Many greeks also believed that Zeus was god of all. This is what we call mythology. Today I will tell about a god named hephaestus. Hephaestus gave the greeks fire, and he would do it for the greeks to celebrate the gods.
Hermes the Messenger God Hermes The second youngest of all the gods and the son of Zeus and Maia. Hermes was known as the god of commerce, thieves, travelers, sports, athletes, border crossing, the messenger of the gods and the guide to the underworld. Hermes was the link between the mortal world and the Olympians as was his duty as the messenger of the gods. Hermes was known for having many tasks in Olympus and even more in the mortal world.
Zeus was the ruler of the sky and king of the gods. The Greeks believed he was all-knowing and all-seeing. Zeus was a son of Kronos and Rhea, members of an earlier race of rulers called the giants. But, Zeus, along with his brothers Poseidon and Hades, defeated Kronos. Zeus then took his place Kronos ' place and ruled from his home on Mount Olympus.
The Greeks had twelve gods each god did something for their society. The Greeks believed each god had a throne on top of mount olympus most of them did hades did not. The gods were worshiped by offering sacrifices and building great temples which were they worshiped the mighty kings all except Hades. The oldest of his brothers was known for being the most despicable troublesome god and his presence was not welcomed by gods nor man hades grew bitter and cold always tricking mortals and making the most dirty deals. This god of wealth was called this because all the fortunes and metals that lie beneath the earth he owned.
Hades: God of the Underworld Greek mythology is the stories of Gods and Heros and Monsters. It was used in Ancient Greece to explain the unknown why it rained,and why the earth shook. It also provides the Gods backstory and their powers. One of the Gods is Hades King of the dead whose parents are Cronus and Rhea. Hades brothers are Poseidon and Zeus,Hades powers were wealth and riches (“Hades”).