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Athena' Mother

A myth submitted to the site by Kebonique

Greek, Athens

Is your mother a fly? Athena's is. Zeus was doing his own thing(you know the lighting bolts). Metis came in and said, "I am going to have a baby." Zeus was overjoyed, but one of Zeuses most trusted advisers said, "shouldn't you be worrying about he or she being more powerful than you like you were with your father."
He thought about it and relized he was right.

Zeus went find Metis and when he found her Zeus ate her whole. After that Zeus had horrible head over and over again. After a while Athena burst from her father's skull and gained all the wisdom from her mother and father. She soon invited things and become the goddes of wisdom and battle stragtiges. She was showerd with invitions like the flute and a feild cropper and that is who is one of the goddeses.

By Kebonique
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