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The Red Moon Man

A myth submitted to the site by Alex

village, greece

Know about the red moon man? Well I’ll tell you.

One night in Greece, Zeus a Greek god got angry at a man called Andrew which means ManlY. He was trong but he was also selfish man he would take from the poor and torment the gods.

So Zeus did something about it. He sent Demeter the goddess of plants to plant a tree that killed people by making them burn to death in the sun. Demeter did this. Zeus enchanted it so only Andrew could eat it.

Zeus’s plan worked and Andrew ate it and he burned to death and as this happened Hades got angry and turned the moon turned red so the gods called it red moon man day.

By Alex
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