The Titans of Greek Mythology are considered to be those ancient gods sons of Gaia (mother earth) and Uranus (sky god). Check out facts and images about these ancient gods below.
NYX THE GODDESS
GREEK GODDESSES NYX
NYX THE GODDESS
SONS OF NYX - GREEK MYTHOLOGY
- Moros, who is the personification of luck and destiny;
- Queres, who are Daemones and who are the personification of violent death and fatality;
- Thanatos, who is the personification of death and has a twin brother named Hipnos;
- Hypnos is the personification of drowsiness and the god of sleep, Thanatos' twin brother;
- The Oniros, who were the thousand personifications of dreams;
SONS OF NYX
- Momos, who is the embodiment of sarcasm and irony;
- Oizus, who embodies sadness, anguish and misery;
- Hesperides, which are primitive goddesses and represent spring the spirit of nature's fertility;
- The Moiras, who are the three merciless sisters and goddesses of destiny;
- Nemesis, who personifies divine destiny and vengeance;
- Apáte, who personifies fraud and deception;
- Filotes, who was a Daemon who personified friendship and affection;
- Geras, who is also a Daemon who personifies old age;
- Éris, who was the goddess of discord;
SONS OF NYX
- Lyssa, who is the personification of anger and madness produced by anger;
- Epifron, who is a Daemon who personified prudence, attention and care;
- Hécate (in some versions), who is the goddess of black magic and witchcraft;
- Ether, Primordial God of heaven above heaven and the pure air breathed by the deities;
- The Erínias, which are the three sisters who personify revenge, also known as The Furies;
- Hemera, who is the Primordial Goddess of light;
- Caronte, the boatman from the world of the dead;
- Morpheus, who is the god of dreams.
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