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Persephone slipped beneath the Earth and Hades stole her to the Underworld where he made her his wife.
The myth says that Persephone was very unhappy, but after much time, she came to love the cold-blooded Hades and lived happily with him. The myth of Hades and Persephone also has a different version; in this one Demeter was present when Persephone was kidnapped by God Hades but was tricked by Zeus and Hades.
That morning when Demeter descended on Earth with her daughter Persephone , she left her to play with the sea nymphs called Nereids and the Naiads who were the freshwater nymphs of the lakes, springs and rivers.
Demeter went to supervise her bountiful crops. The flower Narcissus was planted there by Gaia, who was following the orders of Zeus.
The goal was to enchant Persephone and attract her, away from her guides. Persephone danced her way to the garden alone and tried to pluck the narcissus from the bosom of Gaia.
It drained her energies as the narcissus only came out after a lot of pulling. But suddenly, to her utter fright, she saw the tiny hole from which she had drawn out the flower shaft, began to rapid grow in size until it started to resemble a mighty enormous chasm.
From this came the vigorous galloping sounds of multiple horses and such sudden happenings only froze the frail beauty to her feet. Out of all her friends only the naiad Cyane tried to rescue the crying Persephone but she was no match for the powerful Hades.
Demeter rushed back to where she had left her daughter and found only the Cyane river there with the other nymphs weeping. Worried as she was, she asked all as to the whereabouts of her beloved daughter.
It was only the river Cyane who helped her by washing over the belt of Persephone, indicating that something gravely wrong had happened.
Demeter went mad and hunted for her daughter everywhere. Finally, she met Hekate, the deity of magic, witchcraft, spirits and crossroads, at the dawn of the 10th day who had pity at her dismal condition and asked her to seek help from the all seeing Helios, the sun god.
Helios told Demeter all about how Hades had dragged Persephone into the underworld. Hades consulted with Zeus and they both decided to allow Persephone to live on earth for six months each year, while the rest of the time she would be on his side in the Underworld.
Before leaving the underworld, Persephone had been persuaded to eat four seeds of a pomegranate. But she was allowed to spend the remaining two-thirds of the year with her Earth Mother, Demeter.
When she descends to Hades, it is winter. The disappearance and the return of Persephone were the occasions of great festivals in ancient Greece, among them the Elefsinian rites, whose secrets were so closely guarded that little is known about them today.
Some experts believe the rites or mysteries fostered the idea of a more perfect life after death, and thus helped to lay the groundwork for the coming of Christianity, which upholds the idea of everlasting life.
I dislike the fact that everyone shadows Hades over the true god of death, Thanatos. All well. Other than that, I am very interested in this article.
After the Titanomachy, when the three brothers were dividing up the world, Zeus chose the sky and everything in it, Hades chose the earth and everything in it, and Poseidon was left with the Mediterranean Sea not to be confused with the sea beyond the isle, which is ruled by Oceanus, or the deep sea which is ruled by his wife, Tethys.
Everything is born under the sky and everything gets put back into the ground, so their respective kingdoms continue to grow. Thanatos was the god of death, but Hades was the lord of the underworld.
There is a difference, also, Thanatos is the god who ferries the dead to where they will be judged. The underworld was draw for with water and the sky by his brother Zeus and Poseidon.
Thanks for the information! I needed this for my Greek Mythology project in school about Hades. Helped a lot! Again, Thanks.
Reading the story of Hades and Persiphone has made me recall that Hades has been known as Hell as long as I can remember. Why is that? Actually, Hell is the place of eternal damnation, and Hades is the God of the Underworld.
There is a Hell in the underworld, but there is often a place of reward Heaven? As I recall. Hades was just above both of these things in the Greek myths.
In Greek mythology everyone went to the underworld or Hades upon their death. It was not a punishment and in fact was not a bad place as Persephone found out in time which is the reason she stayed there every year during the winter and with her mother in the summer.
She literally become his equal as the Queen of Hades. Actually Persephone stayed, because Hades tricked her into eating 3 Pomegranate seeds.
These were foods that belonged to the underworld. Now she must be his wife for 3 moths out of the year. Her mother, Demeter weeps for her absence for winter.
For spring and summer,her mom rejoices. This carefully explains the change of seasons. Because of the Bible and Christianity.
They would refer to their own Hell as Hades meaning Tatarus. It soon became synonymous with Hell even though Hades is like Heaven, Limbo, and Hell combined into one place.
May King Minos have mercy! A mistake to be so linear. This story is about the sexual maturation of the young female, moving into erotic relationship with men despite the perfectionistic demands of the man-hating matriarchy.
I like the info but there is one problem and that would be, that it does not mention the actual god of death Thanatos.
Other then that, it helped me to finish my mythology project for school. He took her away from Demeter her Mother. He was, instead, the keeper of the laws of death.
Upon hearing a prophecy that his children would depose him, Cronus swallowed all but Zeus. Zeus managed to force his father to disgorge his siblings, and the gods embarked on a war against the Titans.
After winning the war, the three sons drew lots to determine which would rule over the Sky, Sea, and Underworld. Zeus also maintained his role as King of the Gods.
After receiving control of his realm, Hades withdrew, and living an isolated existence, had little to do with the world of the living humans or gods.
Although rarely appearing in Greek art, when he does, Hades carries a scepter or key as a sign of his authority—the Romans illustrate him carrying a cornucopia.
He often looks like an angry version of Zeus, and the Roman writer Seneca described him as having "the look of Jove when he thunders.
He has a cap of darkness that he wears to become dark. Hades has a number of epithets, because Greeks, in general, preferred not to speak directly of death, particularly concerning their family and friends.
Among them are Polydegmon also Polydektes or Polyxeinos , all meaning something like "the receiver," the "host of many" or "the hospitable one.
In Greek and Roman mythology, Hades is the ruler of dead , grim and mournful in his character, and severely just and unyielding in the performance of his duties.
He is the jailer of the souls of the dead, keeping the gates of the netherworld closed and ensuring that dead mortals who entered his dark kingdom never escape.
He only left the kingdom himself to abduct Persephone as his bride; and none of his fellow gods visited him except for Hermes, who ventured in when his duties demanded it.
He is a frightening but not a malevolent god, with few worshipers. A handful of temples and sacred sites are reported for him: there was a precinct and temple at Elis, which was open one day during the year and even then only open to the priest.
One place associated with Hades is Pylos, the gate-place of the setting sun. While the underworld was the land of the dead, there are several stories including The Odyssey in which living men go to Hades and return safely.
When souls were delivered to the underworld by the god Hermes, they were ferried across the River Styx by the boatman, Charon.
Arriving at the gates of Hades, souls were greeted by Cerberus, the terrible three-headed dog, who would let souls enter the place of mists and darkness, but would keep them from returning to the land of the living.
In some myths, the dead were judged to determine the quality of their lives. Those judged to be good people drank of the River Lethe so that they would forget all bad things, and spend eternity in the wonderful Elysian Fields.
Those judged to be bad people were sentenced to eternity in Tartarus, a version of Hell. The major myth associated with Hades is how he obtained his wife, Persephone.
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