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one of the titans, divine eagle, majeste, forethought


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(Forethought) One of the Titans, child of Iapetus. He is said to have created mankind and, when they appeared helpless to cope with
the world, he ascended to Olympus and stole fire from the Gods, giving it to mankind. For this feat of lese-majeste, he was condemned to be chained
to a rock, a divine eagle to tear out and consume his liver each day.

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