Odysseus. Famed for his courage, intelligence, and leadership, Odysseus (Roman name: Ulysses) was one of the great pan-Hellenic heroes of Greek mythology.
His resourcefulness and oratory skills were instrumental in the Greek victory in the Trojan War and following the conflict, he was the protagonist in many fantastic adventures on his long voyage back home to Ithaka (or Ithaca). In Greek mythology, Odysseus was the son of Laertes and Antikleia (or Anticlea) and the King of Ithaca, leader of the Kephallenians. Married to Penelope, he also had a son, Telemachos (or Telemachus). The hero was also fortunate enough to regularly receive the special aid and protection of the goddess Athena. Hesiod describes Odysseus as “patient-minded”, and Homer most often describes him as “godlike”, also as “Zeus’ equal in his mind’s resource” and a truly great speaker, whose persuasive words “flocked down like snowflakes in winter”.
Greek Mythology: FAMILY TREE OF THE GREEK GODS. The complete family tree of the gods is displayed over eight indexed charts.
The basic structure follows Hesiod's Theogony, but that author's genealogies have been expanded with a plethora of additional gods, spirits and creatures sourced from other classical sources. Where there is disagreement amongst ancient writers as to the genealogy of a certain character, the oldest and/or most popular source has been selected for the chart. An additional family tree depicts the divine genealogy given in Hesiod's Theogony. Click on any name in the chart to view the full page entry for that individual. Once upon a terrifying dream... I had a dream last night, and I am going to share it, but you are not allowed to laugh.
Just for the record, this is actually the first time (as far as I can remember) that I have dreamt about actually being in mythologica ancient Hellas. I dreamt that I was clambering through some forest, sword and shield in hand, being chased by something. I could see a city in the distance, down in the valley from the hill I was on, but I knew I would never be ale to reach it. In true horror movie stile, I ended up tripping over something--my own two feet, most likely--and I shifted onto my back, shield up, sword raised, and waited for whatever was following me to jump on me. I woke up out of breath and with a hammering heart just as a dark shadow fell over me.
CentaursCentaurs (kéntauros, kένταυρος) are depicted as half man, half horse; having the torso of a man extending where the neck of a horse should be. Zeus. Zeus was the king of the Olympian gods and the supreme deity in Greek religion.
Often referred to as the Father, as the god of thunder and the ‘cloud-gatherer’, he controlled the weather, offered signs and omens and generally dispensed justice, guaranteeing order amongst both the gods and humanity from his seat high on Mt. Olympus. Zeus’ Struggle for Power Zeus’ father was Cronus and his mother Rhea. Cronus had usurped control of the heavens from his father Ouranos and he was constantly wary of not having the same thing happen to him from his own children. On reaching adulthood Zeus made Cronus cough back up the children he had swallowed and Zeus then married his sister Hera. ANTEDILUVIAN.
Legendary Pre-Flood Civilizations The legendary pre-Flood civilizations like Atlantis, Thule, and Hyperborea were said to have been built on highly advanced science and technology, with a possibly direct connection with what is happening now around the world.
Atlantis; End times Destruction Implants & Agendas. This is page 21 of 24 of an article series on: "The Etheric Implants 'Managing' Sensitive, Multidimensionally, Spiritually and Subtle Energy Aware Earth Residents wanting to Improve the Quality of Life, live in more 'Equitable, Balanced, Honourable and Harmonious ways' specifically to gradually erode such peoples reputation while keeping them; Occupied, Passive, Out of the way and absolutely unaware of anything they might otherwise disagree with.
" Atlantis End of Time History & Destruction Revisited At the end of the last complete Spiritual Cycle, which would be the one you’d identify as the ‘Atlantis’ earth Cycle. If you’ve read much about those times you might have noticed that there seems to be quite a lot mentioned about power struggles between different disagreeing factions which ended up seeing Atlantis apparently sinking beneath the seas as a result.
Have a look at the world around you, have you been ‘reading’ the news recently? . . . does it look like anything is changing? Well? Atlantis Revealed: Plato's Cautionary Tale Was Based On A Real Setting. The Cayce readings, Places and Descriptions of Atlantis. Hera and zeus family tree. Poseidon. Aphrodite - Apollo - Ares - Artemis - Athena - Demeter - Dionysus - Hephaestus - Hera - Hermes - Poseidon - Zeus - Others POSEIDON (puh-SYE-dun or poh-SYE-dun; Roman name Neptune) was the god of the sea, earthquakes and horses.
Although he was officially one of the supreme gods of Mount Olympus, he spent most of his time in his watery domain. Poseidon was brother to Zeus and Hades. These three gods divided up creation. Atlantis - Greek Mythology Link. Atlantis was a large island in the Atlantic Ocean which lay in front of the mouth of the pillars of Heracles (straits of Gibraltar).
Their inhabitants became a spiritually ugly race and for that reason Zeus and the gods destroyed them by letting the island be swallowed up by the sea. Atlantis was ruled by a confederation of kings and its power extended over Libya as far as Egypt and over Europe as far as Tuscany. ATLANTIS: The True Story (Farsight remote viewing - COMPLETE VERSION) Poseidon - Greek Mythology Link. Poseidon, the earth-shaker, was alotted the dominion of the sea (just as Zeus got the sky, and Hades the Underworld); and he received the trident from the CYCLOPES (just as Zeus got the thunderbolt, and Hades a helmet).
Poseidon was the first to concern himself with seafaring, and the first to tame horses. Birth and childhood The Arcadians say that when Poseidon was born his mother declared to her husband Cronos, who used to swallow his offspring at birth, that she had given birth to a horse, and so she presented him a foal to swallow instead of the child, just as later she offered him a wrapped stone in place of Zeus.
Rhea 1 committed the child Poseidon to Caphira (one of the OCEANIDS) and to the TELCHINES (see CORYBANTES), so that they would nurture him, much in the way as she later committed Zeus to the CURETES for his protection. Lord of the sea Plots against Zeus Dispute with Helius Dispute with Hera Dispute with Athena (I) Dispute with Athena (II) Thetis Marriage. Antediluvian Gods, Kings and Emperors - Ancient Atlantis. The very ancient high cultures did not evolve, they regressed.
This is the case with the Egyptians who built smaller and smaller Pyramids over time, the Mayans of Central America, the Sumerians, the Hindu cultures, the ancient Chinese and many others. Progression of civilization only started picking up again in the last few hundred years. These facts contradict the contemporary idea of all civilizations slowly evolving over time. A timeline of human history looks more like a wave of ups and downs than a steady progression upwards. Poseidon of Atlantis - Ancient Atlantis. In one legend he had one son, Inti, and two daughters, Mama Killa and Pachamama. In this legend, he destroyed the people around Lake Titicaca with a Great Flood called Unu Pachakuti, saving two to bring civilization to the rest of the world, these two beings are Manco Cápac, the son of Inti (sometimes taken as the son of Viracocha), which name means “splendid foundation”, and Mama Uqllu, which means “mother fertility”.
These two founded the Inca civilization carrying a golden staff, called ‘tapac-yauri’… In another legend, Viracocha had two sons, Imahmana Viracocha and Tocapo Viracocha. After the Great Flood and the Creation, Viracocha sent his sons to visit the tribes to the northeast and northwest to determine if they still obeyed his commandments.
Viracocha himself traveled North. I quoted this because it sounds entirely familiar to anyone who has read the worldwide narrative (on this site and in the book). Enjoying "Prometheus Bound", by Aeschylus. Enjoying "Prometheus Bound", by Aeschylus Ed Friedlander MDscalpel_blade@yahoo.com No texting or chat messages, please. Ordinary e-mails are welcome. Hesiod, the Homeric Hymns and Homerica: The Theogony.