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Demeter and her Daughter Persephone Text only version Have you ever wondered how the seasons came about? Would you believe that it was all the result of a family drama? Let me begin at the beginning. Zeus, King of all the Gods, had three sisters: Hera, Queen of the Gods, was also his wife and the Goddess of Marriage; Hestia was the Goddess of Home and Hearth and Demeter was Goddess of the Harvest, responsible for the crops and for feeding the people.
Demeter was loved by all humans for her gift of soil and gentle, mild weather to grow their crops. They worshipped her for her caring and kindness. Like her mother, she was kind and caring, with a happy nature and the most dazzling smile.
She was the sort of person who spread light and happiness wherever she went and so, naturally, she was loved by everyone but most especially by her mother.
Demeter liked nothing more than to spend hours in the company of her delightful daughter, chatting and laughing, watching her grow into a radiant young woman and seeing the way she enchanted those around her.
So you can imagine how distraught Demeter was when her beloved daughter disappeared one day.
It happened like this. Persephone was wandering with Artemis and Athena in the meadows gathering flowers for Demeter. She moved happily through the grass, picking fragrant blooms. Wafting on the gentle breeze, the most exquisite perfume caught her attention.
Then she espied the narcissus and stooped to savour its perfume in full. Unbeknown to Persephone, Hades, mighty ruler of the Underworld, had spied her on one of his trips to the world above. He was dazzled by her beauty, her elegance and her charm. He decided that he must have her as his wife.
Knowing that Demeter would never agree to her daughter living with him in his gloomy world of the dead, he decided to visit his brother, Zeus, to discuss the matter.
The sky began to turn grey and then darkened still further until it was black. There was a deep rumble that seemed to shake the very air around her and the ground began to shift and shudder. A crack suddenly appeared in the surface of the earth and, as Persephone watched in fear, in awe, a great chasm opened up before her.
With a deafening boom, a hiss of steam and clouds of inky-black, billowing smoke Hades appeared, driving his horse drawn chariot of black and gold. Persephone froze in shock, the freshly picked flowers spilling from her fingers. Hades leant from the chariot, scooped her up and turned his horses back towards the opening.
Cavernous rocks split apart to make way. It was a world of sparse light; all black and grey. Hades had led a sad and lonely life in the depths below. But now, enlivened and enchanted by the fair Persephone, could the dark lord of the underworld really be in love? Using all his powers of persuasion, he pleaded with her to stay and be his bride, to rule with him in the underworld.
But this was not the world in which this beautiful, bright young woman wanted to live. At first, Persephone cried and cried, until she had no more tears left to weep.This article contains special characters.
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Each spring, Demeter brings everything to life again, ready to welcome her daughter's return. To the ancient Greeks, that was the reason for seasons - winter, spring, summer, fall.
The story of Demeter and Persephone told by other authors. Grover Underwood is a satyr and Percy Jackson's best friend. He has found the four most powerful demigods of the century: Percy Jackson (son of Poseidon), Thalia Grace (daughter of Zeus), and Nico and Bianca di Angelo (children of Hades).
DEMETER was the Olympian goddess of agriculture, grain and bread. This page describes the family and consorts of the goddess including Zeus, Poseidon and the mortal Iasion. POSEIDON The god of the sea pursued Demeter when she was mourning the loss of her daughter Persephone.
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