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Creation Mythology is a reframe from an almost 3,000 year old work of Hesiod called 'Theogony'. It is a story retold or considered over the millennium, and to be more or less accepted of a series of story to who we or Earth are. Two additional Chapters consider Prometheus Bound and Unbound; while these are framed in a division of personal comment and implicit manner of story. Prometheus failed to sacrifice any meat to Zeus; so to be chained to a cliff over some 10,000 years. Being immortal he is unable to die; so to get more and more godlike in another day. It was his efforts said upon being unchained about 5,000 BC to give origins to our language base, and as God he is said to be the inventor. An eagle eats at his liver to the cover of the book. The God Jupiter or the largest of planets sits on the throne in the name of the unchained Prometheus; while Hercules or the name of immortal strength in a half son of the house of Perseus finds the whole thing a bit strange, and to finally break the chains of Prometheus. He has to instruct Jupiter about the stupid idea of keeping humanity in chains. 'They have to be 'freed'. Find also a complete listing of the Titan and Olympian Gods; while Cronus or time inhales the children and Olympians, and Zeus has to give him an emetic provided by Goddess Rhea to throw up the Olympians to then rule. Find consideration of the Titans in name of day, night, dawn and so forth. The Titans were to take the half son of Zeus by the name of Dionysus, and him into a her. They then got mean and cut her up into little pieces; so to have to be reanimated by a wooden doll. They were found with faces white in gypsum paint. Zeus sends them to below a hell in a claim of Zeus to incest three of seven of Jupiter daughters or the Pleiade's. The Olympians then lose Hestia or the Goddess of Hearth and Home and the reanimated Dionysus then rules as Olympian; such as to reference Ezekiel Chapter 25 in a forever walk into an 'east'. Find the story and various frame of the origins to the Universe in my Mythology volume III. Particular comments are given to the dilemma to tell a 'white' story of the Gods; so to give special delivery of 'why so much trouble to Mount Olympus'?
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Book Description CreateSpace, 2010. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 206 pages. 10.00x8.00x0.47 inches. This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # zk1456386409
Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1456386409