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Greek Mythology The ancient Greeks used stories containing Gods to explain the way life was Often times there were lessons to be learned that described human behavior To the Greeks the myths were looked at as examples of good and bad behavior and its effects they worshipped the Gods and tried not to offend them in any way The story of creation is a prime example of how the Greeks viewed the heavens and the earth Zeus was the king of the sky earth and men Zeus son Apollo urged all Greeks to follow these words Nothing in excess and Know your limitations These are words that even humans today should take to heart The Greeks believed in manlike deities as well whom were capable of spite favoritism and jealousy The only difference being their ability to perform supernatural powers and immortality The creation of the world according to the Greeks goes as follows In the beginning there was only chaos Out of this void appeared Erebus the unknowable place where death dwells and Night Nyx All else was empty silent endless darkness Upon the birth of LoveEros brought a start of order From Love came Light and Day Once there was Light and Day Gaea appeared Gaea was the Earth goddess Erebus then slept with Night producing Aether and Day Aether was the heavenly light and Day was the light of the Earth Night solely produced Death Doom Dreams Fate Nemesis Sleep among others that come to man out of the darkness Meanwhile Gaea gave birth to Uranus Uranus was the sky god and first ruler who later became married to his creator Gaea Together they proceeded to have the three Cyclopes the three Hecatoncheires and twelve Titans However Uranus was a bad father and husband He disliked the Hecatoncheires and expressed his hatred by imprisoning them into the hidden places of the
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