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The Wrath Of Zues

A myth submitted to the site by Maheer Tahir


On Mount Olympus,a god named Zues lived. He was the father of all the other gods,goddess and men on Earth. In Greek Mythology, Zues is considered as the symbol of thunderbolts, bull and eagle. He is the god of sky and thunder and he was closely identified as Roman Jupiter. His brothers are Hades and Poseidon.

One day Hades was in the Underworld looking after the suols of men and women. Suddenly he heard a voice in his mind that made him go against Zues. After a while,Hades came out from the Underworld and bruitly hit Zues on the back which made him fall on the ground. When Zues asked the reason, Hades told that he heard a voice in his mind, told that he(ZEUS) will attack him in the future and would kill Hades. On this conversation, Zues had got totally mad and angry.

He went to the underworld with Hades and Posiedon and gave Chronos a shock with his lighting bolt. This caused Chronos to break into pieces. After many hits when Chronos was releasd from his prison, Zues asked the reason,that why did their own father wanted to kill his own son. Feeling ashemed, Chronos said that he alone wanted to rule over mankind and other gods.

With disapointmant,Zues flew away to Mount Olympus and never came or showed his face to man kind or the other gods and goddess.

By Maheer Tahir
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Name: Kramisha 23rd March 2014
Zeus is actually how it\'s spelled, not to be rude. I\'ve actually researched this topic. I believe totally in all the Gods and Demigods. I know so much about them and Kronos is a titan. There is no such record of Hades hitting Zeus. I studied about the time of Kronos\' resurection and actually Hades,Poseidon and Zeus went against Kronos together, along with the minor Gods.
Name: Abigail Owens 18th March 2014
that was a good story and I think you will go really far with it

good luck with the story
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