My Passion for Greek Mythology

Ever since I was a little girl, I always enjoyed the Greek Mythology.  Maybe because of the idea of powers. 

Aphrodite was my first favorite because she’s the supposed to be the most beautiful of all. 

Then Athena, God of Battle Strategy and Wisdom.    

 

And last is Artemis, God of just because she’s also known as Diana, and my name is Dianne. Then I encountered the star and Queen Cassiopeia and the rest was history.

I always loved the Greek Mythology especially part in the story of Helen of Troy. I sympathise so much with Hector and Paris’s father. His people have lost everything to Agamemnon just because of Helen, the face that sailed a thousand ships as the movie would say. 

My next favorite story was somehow in my memory. I hated every way Hades was portrayed in several Greek Mythology movies or series because they always make him the villain, when he isn’t really. But, I love Hades and Persephone’s story.

 I thought it was romantic maybe because I only think of Persephone as a mortal and it’s such a big deal to be notice by a God. Their story was even in my literature book. 

I grew up watching the series Hercules, and Xena, the Warrior Princess. I always loved Xena’s technique where she will hit something in the neck, the person will have a hard time breathing then eventually die. If he answers her questions, she’ll have to hit him again so he can breath again. 

Fast forward to now, I forgot my passion for Greek Mythology, because I went to College and focused on my career, and my dreams. 

Then I saw Hades again in Once Upon A Time and remembered how much I liked his and Persephone’s story and it made me re-read every Greek Mythology book and literature in my Grandfather’s house. My passion for Greek Mythology is back with a vengeance. 

And last, but not the least, I just saw the movie, Wonder Woman. I just love her back story, how she became who she was. I love the fighting stunts. Damn, the amazon casts we’re all amazing. And I just love the epic God to God battle with Ares. It doesn’t disappointment.  

I especially love how the theme of the movie focused on love and what the mortal or immortal believed in. 

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