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PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2011 7:04 am
Stolen from Camp Half Blood: The Lost Prophecy.

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Zeus: King of the Gods, deity of the Sky, Weather and Thunder. Master of Lightning. He is married to Hera, but is known to have several love affairs with other goddesses and mortals. His Roman equivalent is Jupiter.

Hera: Queen of the Gods. Goddess of Marriage, Women and Birth. Strongly against Zeus' lovers and affaired children. Her Roman equivalent is Juno.

Poseidon: King of the Sea, God of Water, Oceans, Earthquakes and Horses. His Roman equivalent is Neptune.

Demeter: Goddess of Agriculture, Grain and Bread, Earth, Harvest, and Forests. Her Roman equivalent is Ceres.

Ares: The Greek god of war and bloodshed. He is the lover of Aphrodite, though Aphrodite is married to Hephaestus. His children may seem tough and are willing to jump into battle, even if it isn't the smartest choice. His Roman equivalent is Mars.

Athena: Goddess of Wisdom, Crafts, Pottery, and Warfare. Her Roman equivalent is Minerva.

Apollo: God of music, poetry, plague, oracles, medicine, sun, archery. His Roman equivalent is also known as Apollo.

Artemis: Maiden Goddess of the Hunt, Forests and Hills, the Moon, Wilderness and Animals. She sworen to virginity and is patrons to young girls who have pledged themselves to her. Her Roman equivalent is Diana.

Hephaestus: God of Technology, Blacksmiths, Craftsmen and Volcanoes. His Roman equivalent is Vulcan.

Aphrodite: Goddess of Love, Beauty and Sexuality. Married to Hephaestus, but known to have affairs with Ares and other men. Her Roman equivalent is Venus.

Hermes: Messenger of the gods. God of commerce, thieves, travelers, sports, and border crossings. He is the second youngest Olympian. His Roman equivalent is Mercury.

Dionysus: God of Wine, Theatre, and Ecstasy. The youngest of all the Olympians. His Roman equivalent is either Bacchus or Liber.
PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2011 7:06 am
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Hades: Lord of the Dead, King of the Underworld, God of Wealth and the dead. Husband of Persephone. First born son of Rhea and Kronos. Father to Meniloe and Makaria. His Roman equivalent is Pluto.

Hestia: Goddess of Hearth and Home. Oldest and youngest child of Rhea and Kronos, being born first and puked up last. A virgin goddess. Her Roman equivalent is Vesta.

Eros: God of love, lust, sex and attraction. Affaired child of Aphrodite and Ares. Married to Psyche and fathered Hedone with her. His Roman equivalent is Cupid.

Persephone: Goddess/Queen of the underworld. Child of Demeter and wife of Hades.

Amphitrite: Goddess of the sea, wife of Poseidon



PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2011 7:08 am
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• Achlys: spirit of the death-mist
• Adephagia: spirit of gluttony
• Adikia: spirit of injustice and wrong-doing
• Aeolus: Master of the winds
• Aergia: spirit of idleness, laziness, indolence and sloth
• Agon (Ἀγών), spirit of contest, who possessed at altar at Olympia, site of the Olympic Games.
• Aidos (Αιδώς), spirit of modesty, reverence and respect
• Alastor (Αλάστωρ), spirit of blood feuds and vengeance
• Aletheia (Αλήθεια), spirit of truth, truthfulness and sincerity
• The Algea (Ἄλγεα), spirits of pain and suffering
• Amekhania (Αμηχανία), spirit of helplessness and want of means
• Angelia: spirit of messages, tidings and proclamations
• Apate (Απάτη), spirit of deceit, guile, fraud and deception
• Aporia (Aπορία), spirit of difficulty, perplexity, powerlessness and want of means
• Atë (Άτη), spirit of delusion, infatuation, blind folly, recklessness and ruin
• Bia (Βία), spirit of force, power, bodily strength and compulsion
• Boreas: God of North and Winter Winds
• Caerus (Καιρός), spirit of opportunity
• Dike (Δίκη), spirit of justice, fair judgements and the rights established by custom and law
• Eirene (Εἰρήνη), goddess of peace
• Eleos (Ἔλεος), spirit of mercy, pity and compassion
• Elpis (Ελπίς), spirit of hope and expectation
• Eris (Έρις), spirit of strife, discord, contention and rivalry
• Erida: the wearisome goddess of Hate
• Eunomia (Εὐνομία), goddess good order and lawful conduct
acclamation, praise, applause and shouts of triumph
• Eupraxia (Eυπραξία), spirit of well-being
• Eurus: God of East Winds
• Harmonia (Αρμονία), goddess of harmony and concord
• He-be (Ήβη), goddess of youth
eagerness, setting onself in motion, and starting an action
• Hecate, Goddess of magic
• Hypnos (Ύπνος), god of sleep
• Iris, goddess of rainbows
• Kratos (Κράτος), spirit of strength, might, power and sovereign rule
• The Moirae, or "Fates" (Μοίραι)
Clotho (Κλωθώ), the spinner of the life thread
Lachesis (Λάχεσις), the measurer of the life thread
Atropos (Άτροπος), the severer of the life thread
• Momus (μῶμος), spirit of mockery, blame, censure and stinging criticism
• Moros (Μόρος), spirit of doom
• Nemesis (Νέμεσις), goddess of righteous indignation and retribution
• Nike (Νίκη), spirit of victory
• Notus: God of South or Southwest Winds
• Morpheus (Μορφεύς), god of dreams, who takes shape of humans
• Soter (Σωτήρ), male spirit of safety, preservation and deliverance from harm
• Techne (Τέχνη), personification of art and skill
• Thanatos (Θάνατος), spirit of death and mortality
• Thrasos (Θράσος), spirit of boldness
• Tyche (Τύχη), spirit of fortune, chance, providence and fate
• Zelos ( Ζῆλος), spirit of eager rivalry, emulation, envy, jealousy and zeal
• Zephyrus: God of West Winds and the gentlest of the winds.
PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2011 7:09 am
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Aether: God of the upper air. He had Aergia, a goddess of sloth and laziness with Gaea.

Ananke: Goddess of Inevitability, Compulsion and Necessity. She was also the mother of the Moirae, the three fates who were fathered by Zeus.

Erebus: God of Darkness and Master of the Shadows. He was a child of Chaos and married his sister, Nyx.

Gaea: Goddess of Earth (Also known as "Mother Earth" wink Daughter of Chaos. Mother to the Titans and married to Uranus.

Hemera: Goddess of daylight and the Sun. Daughter of Erebos and Nyx.

• Chaos: The nothingness from which all else sprang.

Chronos: The Keeper of Time. Often mistaken for the Titan, Cronus (Kronos)

The Nesoi: Goddesses of the islands

Nyx: Goddess of Night. Daughter of Chaos and consort of Erebos. She had many children: Aether, Hemera, Eris, Moros, Nemesis, Momus, Hypnos, The Keres, Apate, Oizys, Philotes, Thanatos, Geras, Charon.

Uranus: God of the heavens. Father of the Titans.

Ourea: Gods of mountains

Phanes: God of procreation in the Orphic tradition.

Pontos: God of the sea, father of the fish and other sea creatures. He was a son of Gaea and with his mother, he was the father of Nereus. His sister-consort is Ceto.

Tartarus: The darkest, deepest part of the underworld. Souls that were judged to be punish were sent here.

Thalassa: Spirit of the sea and consort of Pontos.



PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2011 7:12 am
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The muses were nine daughters of the Titaness, Mnemosyne and Zeus. They were followers of the god Apollo, but also of Aphrodite. In some myths, they say that he disguised himself as a shepherd, then slept with the Titaness of memory, language and time for nine nights, resulting into nine children. Unwearying flows the sweet sound from their lips, and the house of their father Zeus the loud-thunderer is glad at the lily-like voice of the goddesses as it spread abroad.

Clio, was the muse of history

Calliope, of epic poetry

Melpomene, of once singing now tragedy

Thalia, of comedic arts.

Terpsichore, the Muse of dance and dramatic chorus

Urania, the muse of astronomy

Polyhymnia, the muse of hymns and choral poetry

Erato, the muse of lyrical poetry and music

Euterpe, the muse of music and happiness
PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2011 7:13 am

The Twelve Titans:

• Hyperion: God of light

• Iapetos: God of mortality

• Coeus: God of intellect and the axis of heaven around which the constellations revolved

• Crius: The least individualized of the Twelve Titans, he is the father of Astraios, Pallas and Perses

• Cronus: The leader of the Titans

• Mnemosyne: Goddess of memory, time, language and remembrance

• Oceanus: God of the Earth-encircling river Oceanus

• Phoebe: Goddess of the bright intellect and prophecy

• Rhea: Goddess of female fertility, motherhood, and generation

• Tethys: Wife of Oceanus, and the mother of the rivers, springs, streams, fountains and clouds

• Theia: Goddess of sight and the shining light of the clear blue sky

• Themis: Goddess of divine law and order



PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2011 7:15 am
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• Asteria: Goddess of nocturnal oracles and falling stars

• Astraios: God of stars and planets, and the art of astrology

• Atlas: Son of Iapetus, condemned to carry the heavens upon his shoulders

• Aura: Goddess of the breeze and the fresh, cool air of early morning

• Dione: Goddess of the oracle of Dodona

• Eos: Goddess of the dawn

• Epimetheus: God of afterthought and the father of excuses

• Eurybia:Goddess of the mastery of the seas and consort of Krios

• Eurynome: Goddess of water-meadows and pasturelands, and mother of the three Kharites by Zeus

• Helios: God of the sun and guardian of oaths

• Klymene: Goddess of renown, fame and infamy, and wife of Iapetos

• Lelantos: God of air and the hunter's skill of stalking prey. He is the male counterpart of Leto

• Leto: Goddess of motherhood and mother of the twin archers, Artemis and Apollo

• Menoitios: God of violent anger, rash action, and human mortality. Murdered by Zeus

• Metis: Goddess of good counsel, advise, planning, cunning, craftiness and wisdom, and mother of Athena

• Ophion: An elder Titan god, in some versions of the myth he ruled the Earth with his consort Eurynome before Cronus overthrew him

• Pallas: God of warcraft. He was killed by Athena during the Titanomachy

• Perses: God of destruction

• Prometheus: God of forethought and crafty counsel, and creator of mankind

• Selene: Goddess of the moon

• Styx: Goddess of the Underworld river Styx and personification of hatred
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