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The Angry Neptune

A myth submitted to the site by Ventsislav Vasilev And Vasil Harizanov

Burgas,Bulgaria, Bulgaria

Long time ago, god Neptune fell inlove with a beautiful girl called Ravdalina and asked her on a date. Ravdalina was really pleased by his invitation and she accepted it immediately. Neptune took her to the best place to eat and they started talking. But few minutes later she went really angry because of Neptune’s arrogance and told him even that he is a god she can’t stand his behavior anymore and she left him, but he stopped her and told her that he wished to take her to the depths of the sea to be forever with him, but she said that she didn’t like Neptune’s attitude towards her and refused.

Infuriated by her reaction, god sent a water storm to destroy her village- Ravda and the storm killed most of the people from the village even Ravdalina’s relatives. She went really angry and went to the skies to talk with Zeus and as soon as he understood about this situation Zeus punished Neptune to not be a god anymore and to live in Ravda.

When Ravdalina saw Neptune she started yelling at him how could he be so heartless and started crying. The god told her that the god Tot, who can copy other people’s appearance introduced himself at Ravdalina, because he was jealous and wanted to marry her, instead of Neptune. When the beautiful girl heard that she thought that he was lying and they got on a date again. The real Neptune was so kind and handsome that only few minutes later she understood that this was misunderstanding and they got married. Even though Neptune was not a god anymore the love of Ravdalina was enough for him.

By Ventsislav Vasilev And Vasil Harizanov
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