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  • The Titans were the generation of deities that preceded the gods of Mount Olympus before Zeus. Their leader was Kronos who was at the time the supreme ruler of the universe, and indeed father of Zeus.

    Titans in Greek Mythology

    Titans in Greek Mythology

    by Colin Quartermain1

  • The stirring love tale of Eros, also known as Cupid, and Psyche is a compelling Greek myth, and helps highlight several important lessons and aspects of Greek culture

    Greek Mythology: Eros & Psyche

    Greek Mythology: Eros & Psyche

    by Jackie S0

  • Fenrir, Loki's son, is prophesied to cause great harm to Asgard, and grows dangerously fast. This story is considered to be one of the important, if somewhat minor, tales in Norse Mythology.

    Norse Mythology: The Fenris-Wolf

    Norse Mythology: The Fenris-Wolf

    by Jackie S2

  • They were Odin's "Thought" and "Mind", yet they were not your typical divine deities. Here is a brief history of Huginn and Muninn, mytholigy's most important Ravens.

    Huginn and Muninn: The Divine Ravens of Odin

    Huginn and Muninn: The Divine Ravens of Odin

    by Dean Traylor0

  • Thomas Aquinas, wrote that Charity is a friendship with God and the angels. A supernatural conversation that does not reside in relationships with other human beings...

    The Gratiae Goddesses

    The Gratiae Goddesses

    by m wilson0

  • Ares is the Greek god known for war and fighting, and was honored by the Romans as well. But many people do not know that Ares was first a dancer, and a long time lover of Aphrodite, with whom he had four children. Ares is the typical working guy next door that we all know!

    Ares: Greek Archetype of War, Dance, and Lover

    Ares: Greek Archetype of War, Dance, and Lover

    by Jean Bakula12

  • Was Theseus the perfect hero? Why was the Parthenon dedicated to Athena and not other Greek Gods? Knowing these 10 Greek myths would make your Greek vacation far more evocative and memorable.

    Top 10 Greek Myths to Know for Your Greek Vacation

    Top 10 Greek Myths to Know for Your Greek Vacation

    by Kuan Leong Yong8

  • There are a number of deadly mythological creatures in different cultures around the world. Many of these monsters are the stuff of our worst nightmares. Let us now have a look at 18 of the most mysterious and strange mythological monsters.

    Top Mythological Creatures: The Most Dangerous Monsters

    Top Mythological Creatures: The Most Dangerous Monsters

    by Sudhir3

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