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Transcript of Hades
Hades is the god of the under world.The god of death.
He is the son of Kronos and Rhea.
His brothers were Poseidon and Zeus.
Hades and Persephone
The abduction of Persephone.Hades was the brother of Persephone's mother Demeter.While Persephone was playing Hades and his chariot emerged briefly from a crack in the Earth to seize her. While in the underworld Hades tried to win Persephone's affection.Eventually Hades tricked her into staying with him by offering her a tempting pomegranate to eat.
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Hades powers are absolute power over riches and death.
Hades and the underworld basically set the stage for everything christians believe to as the underworld.Although Hades was not the devil he was not a bad guy, he just ruled over the underworld,some people believe they are equivalent.The realm of the underworld known as The Field of Punishment which could probably best equal to the underworld.That is where all the people of ancient greek time believed they would go if they were truly evil.
Weather and his Relevants
He does not control any weather or nature. Also he is still relevent because people believe that if they do wrong they will be sent to hell.
How Hades came to be the god of the underworld.
Hades was the brother of Zeus and Poseidon. After they killed their father Cronus, they drew lots to share the universe. He drew poorly, which resulted in becoming god of the underworld and ruler of the dead. He was not considered to be death itself, that was a different god, called Thanatos. Greedy like his brother, he was mainly interested in anyone whose deeds resulted in people dying was favored by him.