I wanna know my godly parent, whether it is Zeus, Hades, Poseidon, Aphrodite, Artemis, Dionysus, Apollo, etc.
actually Zeus and stuff doesn't exist, it's just mythology, wich means that greecs invented these stories to make sence to everything around them since they couldn't understand anything, even how clouds make rain! But now we know everything about our world, it's true that, for me, there's a God who runs this world, but not a family of gods that we envented their story!
well if you want to know who your parent is get a list of all the gods and one by one match personalities example: your smart and creative you might be Athena. there's also quiz's you can take online. my godly parent would probably be Poseidon. are the gods real? some people have proof like me water came out of my hands. also there ARE temples for them so people might call me crazy but they might and are probably real. but that's just me.
I think my godly parent is either Hermes or Athena. More likely Hermes. I saw a monster in my yard today! When my mom left, and I looked at the thing, it looked like a monster, and I looked away 4 a millisecond, and it was gone. GONE! !!!!!!!!!!! FREAKY! !!!!!!! I'm still shaken up from it!!! I always believed in the greek "myths" and I LOVE Riordan's books, and I REALLY do believe in the Greek so-called "myths"
I saw a monster the size of a huge dog. I think it was one of those hellhounds i think, it was scary my dad and mom left for work this morning and i saw this huge THING..... i was so scared, i literally ran to my room, and dove under the covers i think im the daughter of Aphrodite
i just took the test like, 2 days ago and im the daughter of Hermes, God of merchants, thieves, etc. so yeah, i think theyre real, i believe in them, and i saw something a big huge monster out on the deck of my house (sort of near the woods) and i got so scared that i told my brother and he said it was just my imagination, but you see, it wasnt so he cant say that im wrong and that it was my imagination becuase it WASNT. so i showed my brother the monster thing and he said okay i think i can believe you now and then i told him to take the test and then he did and he got the same results as me hes the son of hermes so yeah i believe in them
I'm a huge fan of Greek Mythology and my daughters' (aged 11 and 9) both got really into the Percy Jackson series. They loved the first one and they're both the daughters of Athena. They love to read which is great to see because I may be the son of Athena even though I'm a father of 2 children. I can tell you that mythology is the best. I have to say that I believe that they're real. My son who's 5 now, took the test and said that he's the son of Apollo. Interesting huh?
Well, yes, they are real. In my case, I think they're real.
Mythology is a collection of myths, especially one belonging to a particular religious or cultural tradition of a group of people–their collection of stories they tell to explain nature, history, and customs–or the study of such myths.
As a collection of such stories, mythology is a vital feature of every culture. Various origins for myths have been proposed, ranging from personification of nature, personification of natural phenomena to truthful or hyperbolic accounts of historical events, to explanations of existing ritual. Although the term is complicated by its implicit condescension, mythologizing is not just an ancient or primitive practice, as shown by contemporary mythopoeia such as urban legends and the expansive fictional mythoi created by fantasy novels and comics. A culture's collective mythology helps convey belonging, shared and religious experience, behavioural models, and moral and practical lessons.
The study of myth dates back to antiquity. Rival classifications of the Greek myths by Euhemerus, Plato's Phaedrus, and Sallustius were developed by the Neoplatonists and revived by Renaissance mythographers. Nineteenth-century comparative mythology reinterpreted myth as a primitive and failed counterpart of science (E. B. Tylor), a "disease of language" (Max Müller), or a misinterpretation of magical ritual (James Frazer).
Some recent approaches have rejected a conflict between the value of myth and rational thought, often viewing myths, rather than being merely inaccurate historical accounts, as expressions for understanding general psychological, cultural or societal truths.
Since it's mythology people say the topic is made up, but what I think is that it's all what the individual person thinks. If they're a believer and they believe that Greek Gods are real, then they could be real. Non-believer's will think otherwise. It all depends on the person. Personally I am a believer so I believe that there are gods, vampire's, ghosts stuff like that but others will just think they're fake. I think that you are like..... Metis ( Athena's mother). She is creative and wise
I personally believe that they are real I mean there's no proof that they exist or don't exist so why not believe I'm the daughter of hades according to some quizzes I took so yeah just believe because they must be real and I'm really hoping I go to camp half blood someday