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Proserpina Persephone is a Roman Goddess, daughter of Zeus and Demeter. Hades was in love with Persephone and abducted her against her will. It is said that Zeus advised him to do this because he knew Persephone's mother would not allow for the two of them to be together. When Demeter found out about the abduction, she forbid the earth to produce. While Persephone was stuck in the Underworld she was not allowed to eat, but he stomach gave away an ate six pomegranate seeds. Eventually, Zeus was forced by the hungry to force Hades to return Persephone to the world so the food could grow again. Hades soon found out Persephone had eaten, because she ate six seeds she was allowed to stay with Demeter six months out of the year. Persephone Modern Usage: Persephone's Symbol Symbol: Pomegranate Books: The Goddess test, Radiant and Abandon Goddess of the Underworld Persephone Persephone Persephone Symbol: Pomegranate When Persephone ate the six seeds she stayed with her mom six months out of the year, January-July and Hades July-December. While she was with Demeter for six months the world was beautiful and alive this created Spring. While she was with Hades the world was dead and repulsive also known as Fall and Winter. Persephone's modern usage was creating the Seasons. Movies: She was also in The Lighting Thief, and Hercules Poems: Persephone The Wanderer, Demeter and Persephone Plays: Demeter and Persephone, Persephone Underground