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Zeus defeats Hades, or does he?

Olympia, Greece

As we know Zeus was the greek 'God of gods' and Hades was his kind of evil brother he had another brother, Poseidon, but he is not mentioned in this myth.

Zeus had an agreement with Hades that as long as he did not come out from the underworld he would leave him so that he was free to go anywere and do anything, as long as he stayed in the underworld. Hades hates Zeus and plans to kill him but sends an evil 7 headed bear to slay Zeus, as he is not aloud to the mortal world. Hades arms him with a poison dart gun so that he can get him uncioncious and take him to the underworld.

As this was unknown to Zeus he went on his paper round and stopped at the underworld to brag to his brother about West hams 4-1 victory over Man u. When he entered the underworld it looked queer there was usally several armed guards at this entrance and today there was none. He walked up to Hades bedroom and knocked on the door he was aloud through. As he walked in the door locked and Hades swung round on a swivel chair and said " I have been expecting you, Mr. Bond, no sorry it's Zeus is'nt it. But anyway, mu ha ha...

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