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Transcript of -HADES-
There are two animals associated with Hades:
-The Screech Owl
-The Black Ram
Hades, one of the most powerful Greek gods, is the ruler of the dead and he controls all the riches and wealth.
Hades special powers are controlling or causing death. All of the demons and monsters of the Underworld is controlled by him.
Hades main symbol that everyone knows him by is the Cornucopia. But he has many more.
Hades was the king of the Underworld. He was the god of death the dead. He was also the god of hidden wealth of the earth, from the fertile soil with nourished the seed-grain, to the mined wealth of gold, silver and other metals.
Birth Parents and Story
Hades birth parents were Kronos and Rhea. Zeus was his brother.
Hades was the oldest son of Titian Kronos. He was the brother of the Olympian Zeus, Hera, Hestia, Poseidon, and Demeter ( Hades twin) . Kronos feared that one of his children would overthrow him, so he swallowed each of them as they were born. His wife subsituted a rock for their youngest child, the god Zeus. However, Zeus somehow escaped and also gave him a potion that would make him vomit all other children who were swallowed at birth. When Kronus vomited Hades, along with him his other siblings came out.
Hades was Married to Persephone.
Persephone was the first living visitor of the Underworld, though an unwilling one. Persephone was an innocent maiden, a virgin who loved to play in the fields where eternal springtime reigned. And Hades wanted to change that about Persephone. He wanted to take away her virginity and turn her into the dreaded goddess of the underworld. Hades fell in love with Persephone and wanted hert as his bride. Zeus warned Hades that Demeter would never approve this coupling, for she would not want her daughter spirited off to a sunless world. So at Zeus suggestion, Hades resolved to abduct the maiden.
-god of the dead-
These are the Sacred plants associated with Hades:
Hades weapons was a two-pronged fork, which he used to shatter anything was in his way or anything that he disliked.
He also wore a cap of invisibility, sometimes called the Cloth of Concealment. This Cap made the wearer invisible.