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The Mutiliation of Uranus by Saturn - Uranus (mythology) - Wikipedia
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Gaia Greek creator of the world. Guess what, she's a woman. :D Maybe when women run the world, things will change. To much testosterone is just not working. Sorry guys!
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Uranus (Greek Mythology)
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Saturnus. From Bullfinch: Saturn was linked to the Greek God Cronos, who was the father of Jupiter. Saturnalia is the celebration of the God Saturn, in memorary of his beneficent dominion during the Golden Age of Greece.
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Athena (left) fighting the Giant Enceladus (inscribed retrograde) on an Attic red-figure dish, c. 550–500 BC (Louvre CA3662).
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Titans-- (Greek: Τιτάν Titán; plural: Τiτᾶνες Titânes) and Titanesses (or Titanides; Greek: Τιτανίς Titanís; plural: Titanídes) were members of the second order of divine beings, descending from the primordial deities and preceding the Olympian deities. Based on Mount Othrys, the Titans most famously included the first twelve children of the primordial Gaia (Mother Earth) and Uranus (Father Sky). They were giant deities of incredible strength,
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Unusual Greek Myths
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In Greek mythology, Thalassa … is a primordial sea goddess … she gave birth to Aphrodite … a personification of the sea itself … appears as a woman rising up from the depths of the sea … depicted with crab-claw-horns, wearing seaweed, and holding a ship's oar. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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In Greek mythology, Tethys (/ˈtiːθᵻs, ˈtɛθᵻs/; Greek: Τηθύς), was a Titan daughter of Uranus and Gaia, and the wife of her brother the Titan-god Oceanus, and the mother by him of the river gods and the Oceanids. Tethys had no active role in Greek mythology, and no established cults.
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Lee Lawrie's colossal bronze Atlas, Rockefeller Center, New York. Atlas and his brother Menoetius sided with the Titans in their war against the Olympians. His brothers Prometheus and Epimetheus weighed the odds and betrayed the other Titans by forming an alliance with the Olympians. When the Titans were defeated, many of them were confined to Tartarus, but Zeus condemned Atlas to stand at the western edge of Gaia (the Earth) and hold up Uranus (the Sky) on his shoulders .
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Tethys, daughter of Uranus and Gaia was an archaic Titaness and aquatic sea goddess. Tethys was both sister and wife of Oceanus. During the war against the Titans, Tethys raised and educated Hera as her step-child, who was brought to her by Rhea but there are no records of active cults for Tethys in historic times. Tethys has sometimes been confused with another sea goddess who became the sea-nymph Thetis, the wife of Peleus and mother of Achilles during Classical times.
Urania which stems from the Greek word for 'heavenly' or 'of heaven' was, in Greek mythology, the muse of astronomy. Some accounts list her as the mother of the musician Linus. She is usually depicted with a globe in her left hand. She is able to foretell the future by the arrangement of the stars. She is often associated with Universal Love and the Holy Spirit. Urania dresses in a cloak embroidered with stars and keeps her eyes and attention focused on the Heaven
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Mnemosyne, source of the word mnemonic, was the personification of memory in Greek mythology. The titaness was the daughter of Gaia and Uranus and the mother of the nine Muses by Zeus: Calliope (Epic Poetry) Clio (History) Erato (Love Poetry) Euterpe (Music) Melpomene (Tragedy) Polyhymnia (Hymns) Terpsichore (Dance) Thalia (Comedy) Urania (Astronomy)
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nephilim in art
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Hekatonkheires( "Hundred-Handed Ones") were three giants of incredible strength and ferocity that surpassed that of all Titans whom they helped overthrow. Hesiod's Theogony (624, 639, 714, 734–35) reports that the three Hekatonkheires became the guards of the gates of Tartarus. Sons of Gaia and Uranus.
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Rhea presenting Cronus the stone wrapped in cloth.
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In classic mythology, below Uranus (sky), Gaia (earth), and Pontus (sea) is Tartarus, or Tartaros (Greek: from τάρταρον "tartar encrusting the sides of casks"). It is a deep, gloomy place, a pit, or an abyss used as a dungeon of torment and suffering that resides beneath the underworld. Plato wrote that souls were judged after death and those who received punishment were sent to Tartarus. Like other primal entities (such as the earth and time), Tartarus is also a primordial force or deity.
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While the Greeks considered Cronus a cruel and tempestuous force of chaos and disorder, believing the Olympian gods had brought an era of peace and order by seizing power from the crude and malicious Titans, the Romans took a more positive and innocuous view of the deity, by conflating their indigenous deity Saturn with Cronus. Consequently, while the Greeks considered Cronus merely an intermediary stage between Uranus and Zeus, he was a larger aspect of Roman religion. The Saturnalia....
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Kronos, Greek king of the Titans More
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Wikipedia page Uranus (mythology) has possibly been vandalized.


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*looks up Uranus (Mythology) in Wikipedia* "...Uranus or Father Sky was the son and husband of Gaia, Mother Earth..." Ewwwwwww....!!!


RaleighLightsey 6 Nov 2019 shared via Twitter
Sammi's still unconscious, so I'm just laying here and going down a Wikipedia rabbit hole and I've learned that in certain mythology, "Caelus" is used as a substitute for Uranus in the myth where he gets castrated, so I guess that's one thing we did accurately.


adithyalesmana 17 Aug 2010
wikipedia seh, offspring dari Gaia, according to greek mythology yaitu Titans, itu bapaknya, Uranus (The Sky)


peterpanzi 11 Mar 2010
the boy next to me is on wikipedia reading the mythology of your Uranus. Look out, Robert. You're famous!


fangirl_uranus 24 Jan 2010
awesome. =] I love the whole Rome/Greek mythology as well. You'll like Xena then, I hope lolz. What ep did you get up 2? =D


angelicaaMP 10 Feb 2010
I love greek mythology,it's fascinating but really disgusted!!especially about uranus you'll feel dirtyy if you read it ahahhhahhahhaha


danwallaceMSP 31 Jan 2010
Fun planet/mythology trivia: Mars is the son of Jupiter, who's the son of Saturn, who's the son of Uranus. That's why they're in a line.


TyraMH 21 Sep 2009
Uranus is from Greek Mythology, all the other planets are named from Roman Mythology...


Astrosexologist 15 Sep 2009
Prepping for drama! Saturn and Uranus r facing off! Saturn represents structure. Uranus is innovation. In mythology they are mortal enemies!


Lexification03 17 Sep 2009
-"the genitals of Uranus fell in the sea." lolz mythology powerpoint


aazzure 23 Nov 2009
GAIA : "earth" in Greek. mythology Gaia was the mother goddess who presided ovr the earth. mate of Uranus & the mother to Titans


EmLem 3 Jan 2009
I am a child. explaining mythology to roomie: "No, you're right. Kronos castrated Uranus. HAHAHA!"


steveswrong 30 Jul 2008
The moons of Uranus are named after Shakespearean characters. I wonder why they didn't use names from Greek and Roman mythology?


TinPanAlley 25 Feb 2009
Wasn't there some blood mixed in too from Uranus severed... junk... lol.. taking a mythology class read that "story" last week


fejimanz 5 Mar 2009
uranus isn't from greek mythology!!! you are full of shit!!! hahaha hilarious... what is uranus in greek mythology?


upscale 25 Feb 2009
Very disturbing. Just saw a painting of Saturn mutilating his dad's (Uranus) genitals w/ a huge axe thing. Don't you love Greek mythology?


maddiekayray 7 Feb 2010
no, . saturn = roman name for jupiter. and neptune = greek name for uranus. get your mythology right. cronus was their father.


Chleee 10 Feb 2010
The Titans of Greek mythology are the twelve children of Gaia and Uranus:


angelicaaMP 7 Feb 2010
English jd agaa jijay yaa gara2 cerita mythology ya uranus hahahahahah LOL http://myloc.me/3BIj6


yobeohs17 26 Jan 2010
My mythology class is on "The Castration of Uranus" today. I'm really glad that I'm not high this morning. I want to giggle sober.


amandanc14 7 Dec 2009
ohh god. we're doing mythology in english, & my teacher keeps mentioning the god named uranus. i hope i manage to keep a straight face... xD


GoMoco 14 Aug 2009
All the moons of the Solar System are named after Greek and Roman mythology, except for Uranus's moons named after Shakespearean characters.


TxtVoxWord 6 Aug 2009
Titan (TYT-n) noun 1. In Greek mythology one of a family of giants, the children of Uranus... MORE> http://tvox.tv/OZZOK


krattylight 5 Aug 2009
Little Greek mythology fact: Gaia gave birth to Uranus, later she married Uranus. No wonder their kid was the Cyclopes. That ain't right.


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