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Achelous
A river spirit (male), Patron of the Achelous, in Epirus....
Aeolus
A son of Poseidon, and Lord of the Winds. He figures in the Odyssey, where Odysseus encounters him and is given a bag containing all the winds (except the one which blows toward Ithaka); Odysseus' sailors open it however, and raise a storm....
Aether
(derived from Aethein: to kindle, burn) A primal being, the child of Erebus and Nyx; He represents the realm of Upper Air....
Aglaia
(bright) One of the three Graces. See also Euphrosyne and Thalia....
Alekto
(nameless) One of the three Erinyes (Furies). See also Megaera and Tisiphone....
Algos
(Pain) Child of Eris, Ruler of sufferance and pain....
Amphitrite
(third encircler) Daughter of Nereus, by Doris, and wife of Poseidon....
An Overview of Greek Gods and Goddesses
The Twelve Olympians were the main gods and goddesses in Greek mythology. They resided in Mount Olympus and actually totals to fourteen Olympians but never more than twelve in a time.
Aphrodite
(foam-born) Daughter, after a fashion, of Kronos (she is said to have emerged from the sea following his dismemberment by Zeus: his genitalia being cast into the waters off Cyprus), Goddess of sexual passion and physical beauty. Her cult was widespread, and...
Aphrodite: Goddess of Love and Beauty
The goddess of beauty and love was formed out of the foam that was created when Uranus’s castrated genitals were thrown out of the sea of Paphos near Cyprus by the Titan Cronus.
Apollo
(destroyer) Child of Zeus and twin brother of Artemis. A solar God with many attributes and realms of function, His Presence was unendurable to all save Zeus and his mother, Leto. He was before all a purifier, a bringer of justice and Divine Will. He shares...
Ares
(warrior) Son of Zeus, and God of warfare and battle. His was an unsavoury repute among the Hellenes; he represented to them the savagery and chaos of battle. His cult was most common among northerners; Epirotes, Makedonians, and Thessalians; and in the south...
Ariadne
An early agrarian Deity from the Aegean and Cyprus whose story has become inextricably mixed with that of the hero Theseus. In that tale, she is a mortal carried off by Theseus after he defeats the Minotaur, but inadvertantly abandoned to die before he...
Aristaeus
An obscure deity whose story has become aomewhat confused. He was apparently a son of Apollo, and was considered a healer and oracle. He had a number of agricultural functions, including protection of shepherds, as well as a special connection to beekeeping,...
Artemis
Twin sister of Apollo, Goddess of wild animals, the wilderness in general, the hunt, and a protectress of womankind in all its aspects. A bucolic Divinity, she is not much seen among the dwellers of Olympus, but she was one of the most popular Divinities...
Astraia
(derived from Astraios: Starry) Daughter of Themis, and Goddess of holy innocence and purity. She is often imaged bearing a scale, in which to weigh the merits of contending issues....
Athene
A daughter, after a fashion, of Zeus (she is said to have sprung whole from his forehead) and Metis. A warrior Goddess, and a patroness of Kings, rulers, the palace, government, and the City (poulis) in general. She has become inextricably associated with her...
Atlas
(derived from an Aryan root meaning To lift up, To carry) One of the Titans, son of Iapetus. Taking part in the war against Zeus, He was condemned to bear eternally aloft the pillars separating Heaven from Earth. In later times, this became imaged as a giant...
Atropos
(inflexible) The third of the three Fates, daughter of Zeus out of Themis. She is sometimes pictured as an aged crone bearing a pair of shears. Her office it is to cut the thread of life, and thus finish the span of a person's life. See also Klotho and...
Bia
(Violence) Daughter of Athene, She is the personification of destructive force....
Boreas
(North Wind) Spirit of the North Wind....
Castor and Pollux
We are now in the sign of Gemini. In that sign we can sometimes feel as if there are two completely different sides of the same person. But it's not always easy to get into contact with the other one. In the sign of Gemini there is a hidden challenge or whish...
Chaos
(void) According to Hesiod, the very first entity to assume definite existence; the primal being out of which all else emerged....
Chiron, Teacher of Achilles
I chose to look at Chiron as the teacher of Achilles rather than the more usual naming of him as the wounded healer, which in later times has been used frequently by astrologers, post-Jungians and other therapists. Why? Not because I think the aspect of...
Cratus
(Strength) Son of Athene, the presiding Spirit of physical power....
Daphne
(Laurel) A daughter of Peneus. She was nymph who, uncharacteristic of the breed, abhorred the embrace of men, and preferred to dance in solitude among the mountain meadows. Pursued by Apollo, she emplored her father to keep her chaste. He transformed her into...
Deimos
(terror) Child (by Aphrodite) and companion of Ares....
Demeter
(Earth-Mother) Daughter of Kronos and Rhea, and Goddess of the harvest, and of cultivated vegetation (as opposed to the wildwood, realm of Artemis)....
Dike
(justice) Daughter of Zeus and Themis, one of the Horae. Goddess of Divine Justice, She purified disputes and arbitrated controversies by application of Divine Will....
Dione
A Daughter of Okeanos, at times associated as a partner with Zeus....
Dionysios
A son of Zeus, and God of wine, fruition, and ecstatic celebration. Like Apollo, he was an oracular Deity, and was widely recognized and worshipped with frantic orgiastic rites, especially by women....
Dionysos – A Gift of Abundance and Divine Inspiration
At the end of the summer the four elements have worked their alchemy; a good balance between fertile earth, air of the right temperature, the fire of the sun and gentle rain showers will now have resulted in an abundant harvest. Flowers proudly open up to the...
Doris
A sea-Goddess, wife of Nereus, mother of Amphitrite, among many others....
Elektra
(amber) A sea Divinity, the provider of amber....
Enyalius
Companion and squire to Ares, the female counterpart to Enyalius....
Eos
(dawn) Daughter of Hyperion and Theia, Goddess of the dawn, and of beginnings in general....
Epimetheus
(afterthought) One of the Titans, twin brother to Prometheus. Consort of the first mortal woman, Pandora, he gave into her keeping the famous box she opened against his wish, thus releasing all of humanities ills, but leaving Hope....
Erato
(lovely) One of the nine Muses. Her realm was that of Love Poetry. The Muses are daughters of Zeus by Mnemosyne, and between them inspire creative workings. See also Euterpe, Kalliope, Klio, Melpomene, Polyhymnia, Terpsichore, Thalia, and Urania....
Erebus
(darkness) A Primal being, child of Chaos, by Nyx father of the Hesperides and of Aether. He was the utter Shadow surrounding Hades....
Eris
(strife) A Child of Nyx and companion of Ares, she has some resemblence to the Celtic Morrigan in her exaltation of discord and unrational frenzy....
Eros
(desire) Child of Aphrodite and bringer of passion and love to humanity. It is worth noting that he could perform a reverse function, and cause a person to abhor contact with others; one instance of this was his irritation with Apollo for boasting of his...
Eunome
Daughter of Zeus and Themis, one of the Horae....
Euphrosyne
(cheerful, joyous)One of the three Graces. See also Aglaia and Thalia....
Eurus
(derived from a root meaning burning, to burn) Spirit of the East Wind....
Euterpe
(delight) One of the nine Muses. Her realm was that of Lyric Poetry. The Muses are daughters of Zeus by Mnemosyne, and between them inspire creative workings. See also Erato, Kalliope, Klio, Melpomene, Polyhymnia, Terpsichore, Thalia, and Urania....
Gaea
(Earth) The Earth-Mother herself, A primal being, emergent from of Chaos, and representative of the Earth itself....
Hades
Son of Kronos and Rhea, Lord of Under-Earth, and ruler of the dead. Wed to Persephone, daughter of Demeter, an occasion which brought about the seasons to Earth....
Hebe
(youthful vigour) Daughter of Zeus and Hera, Cupbearer of the Gods, and Patroness of domestic virtues and work. Hebe presents the traditional valuation of femininity within the Mediterranean Classic world, that of helpmate, household worker, and compliant...
Hecate: Patroness Of Witchcraft and Witches
Myth of Hecate Hecate is known as the dark Goddess of the moon. She witnessed the abduction of Persephone, daughter of Demeter. She was able to act as a mediator when Demeter bargained with Zeus to rescue her daughter. Hecate herself, presided over Persephone'...
Hekate
(one hundred) Daughter of Perses and Asteria, She was a Goddess of travels by night, especially a patroness of crossroads, and by extension, any choice made in darkness or incomplete knowledge. She is often portrayed bearing two torches, and she has close...
Helios
(sun)The solar disc itself, sometimes an aspect of Apollo (or more accurately Phoebus), and sometimes a distinct being in and of itself....
Hemera
(day) A primal being, representing the force and Presence of Day and Light, sibling to Aether....
Hephaestus
Child of Zeus and Hera, craftsman and smith of the Gods and, as is so often the case among Aryan smithy Deities, lame. Among the Hellenes, he was something of a hapless fool, a figure of jest and contempt. This stems from the very strong Classic Mediterranean...
Hera
(protectress. cf. "Hero"=defender)Daughter of Kronos and Rhea, wife of Zeus and Queen of the Universe. Her jealousies and vengeances are legendary; not, perhaps, surprising in light of Zeus' proclivities. She is a patroness of the matronly virtues,...
Herakles
(glorious protector)Son of Zeus and a mortal, he has a very rich and complex mythology associated with him. As a mortal, his travels and adventures are legendary, and he has become known as the quintessential Hero. His journeys and labors can be seen as an...
Hermes
(cairn) Son of Zeus, and a Deity of many functions and attributes. He is best known as the Messenger and Herald of the Gods, but he is also a fertility God, a Lord of fortune and fate, and a patron of both merchants and thieves. As Herald he combines...
Hesperus
(evening) Evening, specifically the Evening Star....
Hestia
Daughter of Kronos and Rhea, Goddess of family life and the hearth. Like Artemis, Hestia has no consort and remains a maiden. Her primary functions are patronage of hospitality to guests in an outward sense, and family unity in an inward sense. Her cult was...
Horcus
(Oath) Child of Eris, and the divine spirit of oaths and solemn promises; by the Hellenes a bitter and grievous obligation, since they regarded the binding to an oath as a surrender to the dubious mercy of the Gods....
Hyperion
One of the Titans, son of Uranus and Gaea (Heaven and Earth), and father of Helios (the Sun)....
Iacchus
An obscure Deity, perhaps a son of Zeus, Associated with Demeter in some ways (one tradition holds Him to be Her son), His chief function was an involvement in the Eleusinian Mysteries, where His name was invoked at the beginning of the rites, and his image...
Iapetus
One of the Titans, son of Uranus and Gaea (Heaven and Earth), and father of Atlas, Prometheus, Epimetheus, and Menoetius....
Irene
(peace) Daughter of Zeus and Themis, one of the Horae. Goddess of concord and unity, Her spirit was invoked in works of pacification and diplomacy....
Iris
(rainbow) Daughter of Thaumas, and Goddess of the rainbow. Like Hermes, she was a messenger and herald, and she served as an oath-taker on solemn occasions among the Gods, bearing a jar containing water from the River Styx, which would render a Divinity...
Kalliope
(beautiful voice) One of the nine Muses. Her realm was that of Epic Poetry. The Muses are daughters of Zeus by Mnemosyne, and between them inspire creative workings. See also Erato, Euterpe, Klio, Melpomene, Polyhymnia, Terpsichore, Thalia, and Urania....
Kastor & Polydeukes
A pair of twins, one (Polydeukes) immortal, the other mortal. Polydeukes is a Patron of Horses, and despite Kastor's mortality, the two are inseperable. They were seen as rescuers of those in dire need, especially at sea, and the electrical phenomenon known...
King Midas and the Power of Gold
The story of King Midas is the classical story of what can happen if somebody acquires all he ever wished for. According to myth, king Midas once took care of Silenos, the drunken follower to Dionysos, and housed and fed him when in a drunken state he had...
King Pentheus and his fateful encounter with the god Dionysus
The story of king Pentheus and his fateful encounter with the god Dionysus is both horrifying and carries a certain warning. There arrived one day in Thebes a dancing god of great beauty and magnetism. So strong was his pull that all the women in that town...
Klio
(celebrate) One of the nine Muses. Her realm was that of History. The Muses are daughters of Zeus by Mnemosyne, and between them inspire creative workings. See also Erato, Euterpe, Kalliope, Melpomene, Polyhymnia, Terpsichore, Thalia, and Urania....
Klotho
(spinner) The first of the three Fates, daughter of Zeus out of Themis. She is sometimes pictured as a young maiden bearing a spindle. Her office it is to take the stuff of life and spin it into thread. See also Atropos and Lachesis....
Koeus
One of the Titans, child of Uranus and Gaea (Heaven and Earth). The father of Leto....
Krius
One of the Titans, child of Uranus and Gaea (Heaven and Earth)....
Kronos
A son of Uranus and Gaea (Heaven and Earth), Lord of the Titans, and Ruler of the Universe in beginning times. The father of many of the Olympian Divinities, He swallowed them all as infants, rather than permit one to supplant him as he had supplanted his...
Lachesis
(allotter) The second of the three Fates, daughter of Zeus out of Themis. She is sometimes pictured as a matronly woman holding a length of thread. Her office it is to measure out, either long or short, the length of a person's life thread. See also Atropos...
Lethe
(Forgetfullness) A Daughter of Eris, She is the presiding Spirit of Amnesia and mindlessness....
Leto
One of the Titans, daughter of Koeus and Phoebe. By Zeus, she is the mother of Apollo and Artemis. She also seems to have some function as a fertility Deity, and an epithet of hers, "Kourotrophos", rearer of youths, hints at further associations....
Limos
Daughter of Eris, She is the Spirit of Hunger....
Mania
(Madness) The divine ruler and sender of insanity....
Megaera
(grudge) One of the three Erinyes (Furies). See also Alekto and Tisiphone....
Melpomene
(choir) One of the nine Muses. Her realm was that of Tragedy. The Muses are daughters of Zeus by Mnemosyne, and between them inspire creative workings. See also Erato, Euterpe, Kalliope, Klio, Polyhymnia, Terpsichore, Thalia, and Urania....
Menoetius
(ruined strength) One of the Titans, child of Iapetus. He is slain in the war between the Titans and Zeus....
Metis
(wisdom) One of the Titans, child of Uranus and Gaea (Heaven and Earth). Among them, she was considered the most wise, and is said to have provided the young Zeus with good advice when he began the battle against his father. By Zeus, she is the mother of...
Mnemosyne
(memory) One of the Titans, child of Uranus and Gaea (Heaven and Earth). By Zeus, she is the mother of the Muses. See Erato, Euterpe, Kalliope, Klio, Melpomene, Polyhymnia, Terpsichore, Thalia, and Urania....
Momus
Daughter of Nyx, and the Spirit of Derision, Sarcasm, and Irony....
Nemesis
(due enactment) Child of Nyx, Goddess of divine vengeance, and implacable retribution. She is usually imaged bearing a scourge and a wheel. The latter seems to hint at an association with earlier seasonal Divinities....
Nereus
(wet one) Eldest child of Pontos, and a Divinity of the Waters who seems not to be a Titan or Olympian, but of a different order. He is called "the Old Man of the Sea", and is said to govern with gentle and secret wisdom. By Doris, he is the father...
Nike
(victory) Daughter of Athene, She is the personification of success, particularly in a martial sense....
Notus
Spirit of the South Wind....
Nyx
Nyx is Night, a powerful goddess whose dark light falls from the stars and who dictates not only to men but also to gods. Even Zeus does not wish to upset Night: It happened that Hera bribed Hypnos in order to make Zeus fall asleep, so that she could have it...
Okeanus
(outer sea) Eldest of the Titans, child of Uranus and Gaea (Heaven and Earth). He is the personification of the Sea. By Tethys he is the father of the race of Nymphs....
Osiris and the journey to Eternal Life
Osiris, the king of Egypt was beloved by all his people. He taught them to plow the earth, to honor the gods and he gave them laws to live by. But his brother Seth was jealous and plotted against him to become king in his place. Even though his queen, Isis,...
Pan
(pasturer) Goat-footed and horned God of field, grove, and wooded glen. The son of Hermes, he was a shepherds Divinity, concerned with fertility, the wildwood, and solitary pipe-music. He had a somewhat disreputable image in the Classic world on account of...
Peitho
(persuasion) One of the daughters of Okeanos, she is the chief attendent of Aphrodite, and is the Spirit of the art of persuasive discourse....
Peneus
A river spirit (male), Patron of the Pinios River, in Thessaly. He is the father of the Nymph Daphne....
Persephone
Persephone had no real title or position in the world of Olympian gods and goddesses.
Persephone
Daughter of Demeter, beloved of Hades. He kidnapped her and took her to his Under-Earth Realm, where she pined for the sun and the sky. Her mother searched over all the land for her and, not finding her, withdrew Her Attribute from the land, causing barreness...
Persephone - An Intutitive View
Persephone is a Goddess whose history has been mainly inferred from ancient mythological placement of her as Demeter’s daughter and Hades wife. She has rarely been addressed outside of the context of her connection to these two more infamous individuals....
Persephone and Virgo
The word Virgo means simply "unmarried woman". It has nothing at all to do with sexuality. It denotes a woman who does not belong to any man, who is whole within herself, she does not need a man to identify herself through. It also means "intact...
Perseus as he frees Andromeda
Aries as the male tendency to fight for a cause, perhaps rarely realizing the cause may just as well be an effort to liberate something within as trying to fight for a worldly prize. The picture shows Perseus as he frees Andromeda from the cliff which she is...
Phanes
A primal Being, child of Kronos and perhaps the father of Nyx; He is Radiance, the first light to emerge from Chaos....
Phobos
(fear) Child (by Aphrodite) and companion of Ares....
Phoebe
(bright one) One of the Titans, child of Uranus and Gaea (Heaven and Earth). By Koeus, she is the mother of Leto....
Phoebus
The aspect of Apollo most closely associated with the sun. Phoebus was the driver of the Solar Chariot, or in some versions the Solar Disc itself, moving in regular step across the sky and thus regulating the hours and the...
Phosphoros
(light-bringer) Morning, or more specifically, the Morning Star....
Plutos
(wealth) A son of Demeter and God of material prosperity and wealth. Said to have been blinded by Zeus, because he distributed his Attribute unfairly....
Polyhymnia
(many songs) One of the nine Muses. Her realm was that of Sacred Poetry. The Muses are daughters of Zeus by Mnemosyne, and between them inspire creative workings. See also Erato, Euterpe, Kalliope, Klio, Melpomene, Terpsichore, Thalia, and Urania....
Ponos
(Sorrow) Child of Eris, divine governor of sadness and grief....
Pontos
(sea) A primal entity, who emerged from Gaea in the beginning times. He is the parent of Nereus....
Poseidon
Son of Kronos and Rhea, principle God of the Sea, in concert with many other spirits, godlings and Deities of that Realm. He also had patronage over horses, and in fact was said to have created them....
Prometheus
(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...
Prometheus - Bringer of Light
Prometheus is known for stealing the holy fire from Zeus. He was one of the titans, the old gods who lived already at the beginning of time and together with Zeus he had created the humans and taught them to walk upright while Zeus had blown life into them....
Prometheus and the force of fire
Look at a flame of a fire or just a small candle. See how mesmerizing the ever-changing forms of the fire are? Do you experience the pleasant warmth, romantic feelings or sense of truly being at home, brought about by the flames? From old fire is regarded as...
Proteus
A Divinity of the sea, the herder of the sea's "flocks" (seals and suchlike). Imaged as an grumpy old man, he was a wisdom-master, and knows all things, past, present, and future. He will not divulge his knowledge unless, catching him unawares, one...
Rhea
One of the Titans, daughter of Uranus and Gaea (Heaven and Earth). Consort of Kronos and mother of a number of Olympian Divinities, including Zeus, whom she concealed from his father until he could overthrow him and assume the Lordship of Creation....
Selene
(derived from a root meaning "light, gleam") Goddess of the Moon, the Lunar Disc. Closely associated with Hekate, and often conflated with her....
Styx
(the Hateful. derived from a root meaning "Icy cold") A cthonian river spirit, tutelary to the underground River Styx, the touch of whose waters brought unconciousness (permanent in mortals, temporary to the Gods)....
Teiresias, the Blind Seer
This may not at all sound as it could have something to do with Libra, but the story goes like this: Teiresias one day happens into the sacred grove of Hera, where he comes upon two snakes coupling in the grass. The moment is ill chosen, for it shows that...
Terpsichore
(delight of dancing) One of the nine Muses. Her realm was that of Choral Dance. The Muses are daughters of Zeus by Mnemosyne, and between them inspire creative workings. See also Erato, Euterpe, Kalliope, Klio, Melpomene, Polyhymnia, Thalia, and Urania....
Tethys
(disposer) One of the Titans, child of Uranus and Gaea (Heaven and Earth). She is the consort of Okeanos, and by him mother of the Nymphs. Also called Thetis. Thalia I (festivity) One of the nine Muses. Her realm was that of Comedy. The Muses are daughters...
Thalia
(festivity) One of the nine Muses. Her realm was that of Comedy. The Muses are daughters of Zeus by Mnemosyne, and between them inspire creative workings. See also Erato, Euterpe, Kalliope, Klio, Melpomene, Polyhymnia, Terpsichore, and Urania. (festivity) One...
Thaumas
(wonderful) A sea Divinity, Son of Pontos, and husband of Elektra....
The Charites
A trio of Goddesses, the Graces, originally fertility Divinities but later becoming urbanized and focused on social roles. In the latter role they are often associated with Aphrodite: Aglaia, Euphrosyne, Thalia....
The Erinyes
A trio of Goddesses, the Furies, assigned the task of delivering Divine retribution to offending creatures: Alekto, Megaera, Tisiphone....
The Hesperides
Another trio of Goddesses, these maidens the guardians of the Golden Apples given Hera by Gaea on her marraige to Zeus: Aegle, Erytheia, Hesperis...
The Horae
Originally a trio Goddesses, the gatewardens of Olympus, they later evolved into representations of the seasons, and finally as spirits of the twelve hours: Dike, Eunome, Irene....
The Hyades
Daughters of Atlas and Pleione, their number varies in the telling of the tale, usually it is five or seven. They are said to have been transformed into a tightly-knit group of stars upon their collective suicide in despair over the demise of their brother...
The Moirai
A trio of Goddesses assigned the task of measuring out the span of a person's life. Atropos, Klotho, Lachesis....
The Muses
Nine Goddesses, the daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne, charged with overseeing intellectual and artistic endeavor: Erato, Euterpe, Kalliope, Klio, Melpomene, Polyhymnia, Terpsichore, Thalia, and Urania. The realms of the muses: Erato Love Poetry Euterpe Lyric...
The Nereids
A large class of Divine and Semi-Divine children of Nereus and Doris; most are closely associated with the Sea: Agave, Aktaea, Amphitrite, Doris, Doto, Dynamene, Eione, Erato, Euagora, Eudora, Eukrante, Eulime, Eunike, Eupompe, Galatea, Galene, Glauke,...
The Okeanids
Another class of Divinities often associated with the sea, the children of Okeanos, Titan of the Waters: Amphiro, Dione, Doris, Eudora, Eurynome, Galaxaura, Hippo, Ianthe, Idea, Kallirrhoe, Kalypso, Melobosis, Menestho, Metis, Ocyrhoe, Pasithoe, Peitho,...
The Pleiades
The daughters of Atlas and Pleione. Transformed into a tightly-knit group of stars to evade capture by the Huntsman Orion, or, in a differing tradition, because of the despair they felt when their father was condemned to bear eternally aloft the Earth:...
The Primal Beings
Not arranged as a distinct class in and of itself, here is, even so, the catalogue of the first entities to manifest in the Hellenic cosmology, and the sources for all the rest: Aether, Chaos, Erebus, Gaea, Hemera, Nyx, Phanes, Pontos, Uranus. These beings...
The twins Artemis and Apollo
The story of the twin gods Artemis and Apollo was filled with intrigue and deception. Their conception was controversial in itself
Theia
(goddess) One of the Titans, child of Uranus and Gaea (Heaven and Earth). She is the mother, by Hyperion, of Eos....
Themis
(order) One of the Titans, child of Uranus and Gaea (Heaven and Earth). By Zeus, she is the mother of Dike, Irene, and others. She is the Goddess of wise counsel, and She governs law, ceremony, and the translation of Divine Will. She was oracular, and a...
Tisiphone
(vengeful destruction) One of the three Furies. See also Alekto and Megaera....
Titans
A precursor race of Divine entities, essentially composing a pantheon itself. The eldest are said to have emerged from Primal matter (Gaea and Uranus), they were all eventually supplanted by their children, the Olympians, although some retained their...
Tmolus
The tutelary God of the Mount Tmolus region of Phrygia, in Anatolia...
Triton
Child of Poseidon and Amphitrite, He is lord of all the Mer-folk....
Tyche
(luck) Child of Okeanos, and Goddess of luck and chance. The ancient Hellenes viewed Her with a certain uneasiness, rightly seeing Her as distributing Her Attribute senselessly and without rhyme or reason. They said that she was closely followed by Nemesis,...
Urania
(heavenly) One of the nine Muses. Her realm was that of Astronomy. The Muses are daughters of Zeus by Mnemosyne, and between them inspire creative workings. See also Erato, Euterpe, Kalliope, Klio, Melpomene, Polyhymnia, Terpsichore, and Thalia....
Uranus
(sky-dweller) The Sky-Father, a primal being, emergent from Gaea. He was Lord of the Titans, until his position was usurped by Kronos....
Zelus
(Ardour) Son of Athene, the Spirit of passionate zeal....
Zephyr
(west wind) Spirit of the West Wind....
Zeus
(derived from Aryan: "Dyaus"=God) Son of Kronos and Rhea, King of the Gods and Lord of the Universe. Threatened with death at an early age by a jealous and paranoid father, his life was preserved by his mother, and he supplanted his father in what...

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Since then the new Greek rescue program, which would be worth about $150 billion to the Athens government, has been under political attack in northern European countries where “bailout fatigue” is fast setting in.
Christianity is not Biblical, but Greek
This congregation was predominantly Greek speaking so a new term arose in the language of the church that was rooted in the Greek. For the first time the disciples were called "Christians.
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By Alexis Xydias - Sat Aug 27 13:11:09 GMT 2011 George Economou, the Greek shipowner who had at least one vessel seized from China Cosco Holdings Co.

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