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Julius and the Evil Centor

A myth submitted to the site by Sinead Hunte

Sandy Bay, England

In a village long ago lived a boy called Julius. His mother came to him to one day and told him not to step outside on any conditions because there was an evil Minotaur on the lose looking for someone to eat. He was also told to hide in the under ground tunnel where the evil Minotaur could not find him. Juliuse's mother was going to sacrifice herself in order to keep Julius and everyone else in the village safe.

Every year the Minotaur would burst into someone's house and take a family for a feast. Juliuse's mother told Julius that she was going to by some food so they didn't starve while they were down there but really she wasn't. 4 days later his mother still didn't show up and Julius was getting worried. Suddenly Apollo god of the sun show'd up with news for Julius. He told Julius about his mother and then told him that he was the chosen one to go to Sandy Bay and defeat the evil Minotaur and where the sun was directing that was his way to kill the Minotaur.

So he rushed outside to Sandy Bay. As he ran he thought to himself "I cant defeat a Minotaur I'm just a boy" but then he thought "I can do it, don't give up hope." When finally he was there he saw where the sun was pointing but there was nothing there. So he stood there and felt something hard under the ground, so he dug it it up. A beautiful, patterned shield was hidden in the sand.

Then he spotted a cave so he went inside. He saw his mother trapped in a cage crying and as he reached out to touch her a Minotaur jumped in front of the cage. Apollo's voice was speaking in Juliuses head telling him what to do. He told him to go outside and the reflection of the sun would burn the Minotaur's eyes and then he would be defeated so he did and exactly what Apollo said happened and the Minotaur fell to the ground.

Juliuses mother ran to Julius and hugged him and soon Apollo showed up and turned Julius into a man and he became god of clouds. Happily ever after the end.

By Sinead Hunte
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