Charon

He was the god of dying and dying, a soul carrier across the Acheron River (or Styx).
Charon is a grim old man, ruthless and merciless. No one was allowed to enter his boat …

Aphrodite

She was the goddess of love, beauty, flowers, desire and fertility. She was also the most beautiful goddess of the Greek Olympus.The issue of its origin is variously depicted in myths. According to one of them, Aphrodite had no parents and emerged from the sea foam near Cyprus…

Themis

She was the goddess of justice, law and eternal order.
Themis was the daughter of Uranos and Gaia. She married Zeus (she was his second wife). From their relationship, three hardships were born – Eunomia, Dike, Ejrene – and three Mojras, a virgin Astraja (the personification of justice), and …

Poseidon

Poseidon was the god of the seas, earthquakes, sailors and fishermen.
He was the son of Kronos and Rei, the brother of Hades, Hera, Demeter, Hestia and Zeus. Immediately after birth, he fell victim to his father’s power-hungry desire and was swallowed by him. Saved after a few years …

Hephaestus

He was a god of fire, blacksmiths and goldsmiths. His parents were Zeus and Hera or, according to another version, Hera herself. As a child, he was thrown from Olympus by Zeus to the island of Lemnos, because he argued in exchange for his mother. He paid for it with a broken leg and laughed. According to another version, Hera got rid of him …