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HOW THE WORLD WAS CREATED TO GREEK MYTHOLOGY
HOW THE WORLD WAS CREATED ACCORDING TO THE GREEKS
GREEK MYTHOLOGY - THE CREATION:
IN THE BEGINNING, NOTHING EXISTED ...
In the beginning, nothing existed. Everything was dark and empty and this was Chaos. Gradually, Mother Earth (or Gaia) appeared and took shape and created the World. Mother Earth had a son, Uranus, who was heaven. Uranus and Mother Earth had children together. With the rain came the plants and animals that formed from the drops that fell in the oceans and rivers. There were also monsters of many sizes, shapes and shapes. Among these monsters were three that had only one eye, right in the middle of the forehead, and were called Cyclopes. Uranus was very bad for them, treated them cruelly and banished them to the Underworld.
Later, human beings began to appear, but enormous. These giants were the Titans and were the first gods and goddesses. Finally, Mother Earth gave birth to the Golden Age, who lived in an era without wars or conflicts. Unfortunately, they had no children and the race died, although they remained on Earth as spirits to help and protect people. Mother Earth was unable to forgive her son Uranus for the way he had treated the Cyclopes and encouraged the Titans, led by Cronos, to revolt. They attacked and defeated Uranus and stayed in power.
URANUS BLOOD AND CHILDREN OF CHRONOS:
HOW THE WORLD WAS CREATED
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