Themis is, in Greek Mythology, the Goddess of Justice and her image is very similar to the sign of the pound. She is the deity who represents the oaths and the law of men, check.
Hypnos: Sleeping God of Greek Mythology
Hypnos is the Sleep God of Greek Mythology and he is also a twin brother of Thanatos. This Greek God is the son of Nix with Erebus and was much worshiped in Ancient Greece.
Hypnos in Greek Mythology:
Hypnos, is the god of sleep in Greek Mythology. Personification of sleep, and drowsiness; but not from tiredness when it comes to fatigue. Hipnos is one of the Greek daemons: gods that interfere in the spirit of mortals. According to Hesiod's Theogony, he is the fatherless son of Nix, the night goddess, but other sources say that the father is Erebus (The Primordial Darkness, which personifies the deep and primitive darkness that formed at the time of creation).
He has nine brothers, among whom the most important is his twin Thanatos, the personification of death. So much so that in Sparta, it is common for his image to always be placed beside death, represented by his brother. His other brothers were born only from Nix's will or from Erebus's help. Its Roman equivalent is Somno.
Check: Thanatos in Greek Mythology
Hipnos lived in a palace built inside a large cave in the far west, where the sun never reached, because no one had a cock that would wake the world, nor geese or dogs, so Hipnos always lived in tranquility, in peace and silence. On the other side of all this peculiar place passed Lete, the river of forgetfulness, and on the margins, plants grew that, together with the murmur of the clear waters of the river, helped men to sleep. In the middle of the palace there was a beautiful bed, surrounded by black curtains where Hipnos rested, and Morpheus was careful that no one woke him.
He is often seen wearing gold pieces, as opposed to his twin brother who normally wore silver tones. He can also be portrayed as a naked young man with wings, playing the flute. It is sometimes shown as sleeping in a feather bed with black curtains around it. Its attributes include a horn containing opium, a poppy stalk, a branch dripping water from the river Lete ("Forgetfulness") and an inverted torch.
Pausânias, in his work Description of Greece, mentions several times the presence of statues of Hypnos beside his brother Thanato.
Check: Erebus in Greek Mythology
Your Brothers Are:
- Fantasy - goddess of delusion and fantasy.
- Fantasus - creator of inanimate objects monsters, chimeras and daydreams that appear in dreams and remain in memory;
- Icelo - god of nightmares;
- Morpheus - god of good or abstract dreams;
- Moros, god of the share that each man will receive in life;
- Wants, goddess of man's destiny in his final moments;
- Nemesis, goddess of vengeance;
- Oizus, god of misery;
- Momo, god of irony and sarcasm;
- Geras, god of old age;
- Philotes, god of friendship;
- Hesperides, goddess of the afternoon;
- Ether, god of the sky;
- Thanatos, god of death;
Nemesis is, in Greek Mythology, the Goddess of Vengeance. She is the daughter of Nix (the night) with Oceano. In itself, she was not a bad deity, she just did what had to be done.
Aeolus is the Leader of the Wind Gods of Greek Mythology, being: Boreas, Zephyr, Eurus, Notus and the minors: Cecias, Apeliotes, Lips and Sirocus. Check about these deities below.
Iris is, in Greek Mythology, the Messenger Goddess, as she connects the Earth to Olympus and is also considered to be the fastest being among all deities. It is totally full, check it out.
Momus is a little-known God within Greek Mythology, however, he is somewhat different from the others for being the representation of Sarcasm, check out more about this being.
Aether is, in Greek Mythology, the God (or goddess, since she is often represented as a woman) of the Upper Heaven. He is one of the ancient gods and has several sons and daughters
Morpheus, unlike his brother Hypnos (god of Sleep), is the God of Dreams and Daydreams. This being from Greek Mythology can appear in any dream and take any form, see.
Kairos or Caerus is the grandson of Chronos (personification of time) and is a little talked about God in Greek Mythology, he is known for being the representation of opportune time.
Helios is, in Greek and Roman Mythology, the Ancient God of the Sun and he was often compared to Apollo. Hélio is his predecessor, even for being a second generation Titan.
Prometheus and Epimetheus, both Gods of Greek Mythology, were brothers and were related to the myth of Pandora's box. Prometheus itself was much better, check.