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A New Greek Godess

A myth submitted to the site by Victoria

Mt. Olympus, Greece

Long ago, on a beautiful night, when the clock struck midnight a new goddess was born. Her name: Aerthino. She was the goddess of time and memories. her symbols were rosemary and an hourglass.
She had long curly red hair and vibrant green eyes. she carried a staff with an hour glass on the top. when the other gods and goddesses saw her, they were amazed. She then walked up to he father, Poseiden and said, “Hello Father.”
Zeus was angry that she had not addressed him first for he was king of the gods. “Surely you know that you must address me first,” he said.
“Sorry uncle,” Aerthino said a little scared.
“Yes, well anyway, we must know what you are the goddess of,” Zeus said.
“I am the goddess of time and memories,” Aerthino said.
“So be it.”
Aerthino grew to like her powers very much. She could speed up time, slow it down, and stop it all together. she could even control people’s memories.
People prayed to her in her temple when they needed to remember something or get somewhere on time. She hate that part of her job.
One day, she fell in love with a mortal named Christenos. together they had a daughter named Sealia and a son named Parthynto.
She asked Zeus is he could make her family immortal. He said no but then had an argument with Poseiden about it.
“Fine!” he shouted.
After her family was made immortal, Aerthino was happy and nothin would ever change that.


By Victoria
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Name: Sibabalwe 1st February 2012
can i have ur myth coz in class i do not now what to do
Name: Will 27th May 2010
very nice
Name: Philis 25th May 2010
wow victoria! i am a 10 year old girl and i love writing stories your assea was amazing! you have a bright future with books! keep your excellent work up!
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