The Wrath of the Gods
Don't mess with the gods. And if they mess with you? Run like hell . . .
When it comes to mixing it up with the Gods, woe be to the man (or woman) who makes them angry. Here is a collection of five stories that demonstrates just how angry those Gods can get. From creative re-tellings of the Greek stories Pandora’s Box, The Judgment of Paris, and Narcissus and Echo, to
So what happens if we anger God? Do we get punished now or later? Is karma really true?
Well, the Gods of yore weren’t patient enough to let karma runs its course. Instead, they took it upon themselves to express their anger, displeasure, and rage in their own special ways. So Hera turned her husband’s lovers into cows (poor Io), his bastard sons into madmen (pity Hercules), and even flung her ow ...more
I am going to start with an extract from the book.
We all have used the word “Echo” sometimes or the other. We all know the meaning but do we know the story or the reason behind it?
The extract is the story of “Echo”.
Echo had distracted Hera by singing – the wife of Zeus and queen of Gods who was not known for her forgiving nature – while Zeus slipped away to enjoy himself with another nymph he had happened to meet and when Hera had found out she’d been furious. She h ...more
1. Pandora's Box
2. The Judgment of Paris
3. The Stolen Hammer of Thor
4. The Ten Fingers of Sedna
Bonus: how to survive the greek gods
Need to be reminded that these tales came with various versions and Anthony just took one of them.