Medusa’s Son

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Medusa’s Son

By: Sumiah green OngoingFantasy

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Priamos comes from a poor family with a single mother raising him. This world where the Greek gods are active and normal, they now seek priamos for being something that the prophecy holds. Medusa’s Son.

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Chapter 1
Medusa is best known for having hair made of snakes and for her ability to turn anyone she looked at to stone, literally to petrify ..... she was one of three Gorgon sisters born to Keto and Phorkys, primordial sea gods; Medusa was mortal, while the others, Stheno and Euryale, were immortal.Medusa, also called Gorgo, was one of the three monstrous Gorgons, generally described as winged human females with living venomous snakes in place of hair. Those who gazed into her eyes would turn to stone.She was lovely, according to the poem—until she was raped in Athena's temple by Poseidon. Athena then punished her for this violation, by turning her into the monstrous, stony-glanced creature that we know. Yes: punished for being raped. she's not always monstrous.Medusa was beheaded by the Greek hero Perseus, who thereafter used her head, which retained its ability to turn onlookers to stone, as a weapon until he gave it to the goddess Athena to place on her shield. In classical antiquity th
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Chapter 2
Third person POVZeus was born by the Titans Cronus and Rhea. Cronus was notorious for being a very jealous and greedy deity. Out of the fear one of his children could take his throne, Cronus swallowed every child Rhea was giving birth to.However, when Rhea gave birth to her last child, Zeus, she managed to trick Cronus with the help of the Titans Uranus and Gaea. She gave her husband a rock in swaddling clothes to swallow, as a substitution to her child, and sent Zeus away to the Greek island of Crete.Special daemons named "Curetes" made noise by hitting their shields, so that Cronus would to not hear the cries of the baby. Zeus was raised secretly by the Nymphs and was fed with honey and milk from the goat nurse Amaltheia with the help of her broken-off horn.Soon came the day where Zeus was mature enough to claim the Kingdom of the World and he started a battle against his father and the Titans. This battle is also known as "Titanomachy". First, Zeus managed to liberate his elde
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Chapter 3
Third person POVÎñ ÔłÿmpûšThe elevator opened revealing the golden and white aura of Olympus. It was big, scratch that, it was ginormous. Some people say a million blue suns could fit in Olympus, that's how big it was. It was home to the gods and goddesses.Mount Olympus was the dwelling of the Olympian Gods and it was created after the Titanomachy, the battle during which the Olympians defeated their predecessors, the Titans, in a 10 year long war.But it was more of a new world than a simple mountain now. Olympus was regarded as the abode of the gods and the site of the throne of Zeus.Olympians were a race of deities, primarily consisting of a third and fourth generation of immortal beings, worshipped as the principal gods of the Greek pantheon and so named because of their residency atop Mount Olympus.There he sat on the throne, the god of gods, Zeus himself. Of course there were other thrones in the room for the other higher gods and goddesses, but Zeus ruled over them and ove
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Chapter 4
Third person POVThe daughter of Phorcys and Ceto, Stheno was born in the caverns beneath Mount Olympus. She and her sister Euryale were both immortal, and the third sister, Medusa, was mortal. Of the three Gorgons, she was known to be the most independent and ferocious, having killed more men than both of her sisters combined.The most famous of these sisters was Medusa, but she was also the only mortal Gorgon. Euryale and Stheno were both immortal but also cursed with a monstrous appearance after supporting their sister when she was raped by Poseidon.she was transformed into a Gorgon because of standing with her sister Medusa, who was raped by the sea god Poseidon in the Temple of Athena. Athena, bearing no emotion and finding no fault in Poseidon, was furious with Medusa.When the Gorgon Medusa was beheaded by Perseus, Stheno and Euryale tried to kill him, but failed due to his use of Hades' cap, becoming invisible.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~"Marie, clean up before mo
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Chapter 5
Third person POVPoseidon, in ancient Greek religion, god of the sea, earthquakes, and horses. He is distinguished from Pontus, the personification of the sea and the oldest Greek divinity of the waters. The name Poseidon means either 'husband of the earth' or 'lord of earth'.Traditionally, he was a son of Cronus and of Cronus's sister and consort Rhea, a fertility goddess. Poseidon was a brother of Zeus, the sky god and chief deity of ancient Greece, and of Hades, god of the underworld.When the three brothers deposed their father, the kingdom of the sea fell by lot to Poseidon. His weapon and main symbol was the trident, perhaps once a fish spear. According to the Greek poet Hesiod, Poseidon's trident, like Zeus's thunderbolt and Hades' helmet, was fashioned by the three Cyclopes.As the god of earthquakes, Poseidon was also connected to dry land, and many of his oldest places of worship in Greece were inland, though these were sometimes centred on pools and streams or otherwise as
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Chapter 6
Third person POVAphrodite, ancient Greek goddess of sexual love and beauty, identified with Venus by the Romans. The Greek word aphros means 'foam', and Hesiod relates in his Theogony that Aphrodite was born from the white foam produced by the severed genitals of Uranus (Heaven), after his son Cronus threw them into the sea.Aphrodite was, in fact, widely worshipped as a goddess of the sea and of seafaring; she was also honoured as a goddess of war, especially at Sparta, Thebes, Cyprus, and other places.However, she was known primarily as a goddess of love and fertility and even occasionally presided over marriage. Although prostitutes considered Aphrodite their patron, her public cult was generally solemn and even austere.Some scholars believe Aphrodite's worship came to Greece from the East; many of her attributes recall the ancient Middle Eastern goddesses Ishtar and Astarte. Although Homer called her "Cyprian" after the island chiefly famed for her worship.she was already Hell
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Chapter 7
Third person POVArachne was a weaver who acquired such skill in her art that she ventured to challenge Athena, goddess of war, handicraft, and practical reason. Athena wove a tapestry depicting the gods in majesty, while that of Arachne showed their amorous adventures.Enraged at the perfection of her rival's work, Athena tore it to pieces, and in despair Arachne hanged herself. But the goddess out of pity loosened the rope, which became a cobweb; Arachne herself was changed into a spider.whence the name of the zoological class to which spiders belong, Arachnida.ravens are associated with Apollo, the god of prophecy. They are said to be a symbol of bad luck, and were the god's messengers in the mortal world.According to the mythological narration, Apollo sent a white raven, or crow in some versions to spy on his lover, Coronis. When the raven brought back the news that Coronis had been unfaithful to him.Apollo scorched the raven in his fury, turning the animal's feathers black. T
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Chapter 8
Third person POVHades, the god of the underworld, was the first-born son of the Titans Cronus and Rhea. He had three older sisters, Hestia, Demeter, and Hera, as well as a younger brother, Poseidon, all of whom had been swallowed whole by their father as soon as they were born.Upon reaching adulthood, Zeus managed to force his father to disgorge his siblings. After their release, the six younger gods, along with allies they managed to gather, challenged the elder gods for power in the Titanomachy, a divine war. The war lasted for ten years and ended with the victory of the younger gods.Following their victory, Hades and his two brothers, Poseidon and Zeus, drew lots for realms to rule. Zeus received the sky, Poseidon received the seas, and Hades received the underworld, the unseen realm to which the souls of the dead go upon leaving the world as well as any and all things beneath the earth.Some myths suggest that Hades was dissatisfied with his turnout, but had no choice and moved
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Chapter 9
Third person POVArtemis is the Greek goddess of the hunt, the wilderness, wild animals, the Moon, and chastity. The goddess Diana is her Roman equivalent.Artemis is the daughter of Zeus and Leto, and the twin sister of Apollo. She was the patron and protector of young girls, and was believed to bring disease upon women and relieve them of it.Artemis was worshipped as one of the primary goddesses of childbirth and midwifery along with Eileithyia. Much like Athena and Hestia, Artemis preferred to remain a maiden and is sworn never to marry.Artemis was one of the most widely venerated of the Ancient Greek deities, and her temple at Ephesus was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Artemis' symbols included a bow and arrow, a quiver and hunting knives and the deer and the cypress were sacred to her.Diana, her Roman equivalent, was especially worshipped on the Aventine Hill in Rome, near Lake Nemi in the Alban Hills, and in Campania.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Her
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Chapter 10
Third person POVEuryale was one of the immortal gorgon sisters. She had brass claws, sharp fangs, and hair of living, venomous snakes.Euryale was born, along with her two sisters, to Medusa and Stheno, deities of the sea, in caverns beneath Mount Olympus, the home of the Olympians. Euryale and her sisters were not born gorgons.Poseidon had sexually forced himself upon Medusa in the temple of Athena, which angered Athena because she was a virgin goddess. Athena turned Medusa into a gorgon along with Stheno and Euryale, who stood up for Medusa.Unlike Medusa, Euryale could not turn people to stone when she looked into their eyes. Euryale was noted for her bellowing cries, particularly when her sister was killed by the hands of Perseus. In some versions of the myth, Euryale had knuckles instead of claws.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~His head was slumped low and his eyes closed. He heard faint chatter ringing through his ears. He blinked his eyes open still looking at the gro
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