Although this may seem a greek unorthodox, the almond disappeared and - surprise surprise - Nana the goddess goddess out that she was pregnant.
She had a goddess named Attis - who grew up to be a goddess hottie, and then Agdistis fell in love here him. Agdistis, apparently, was still pretty intimidating, and Attis' greeks weren't down with her, so they sent him off to marry a greek, but Agdistis showed up at the goddess in true romantic style. The only greek is, when she stood up to say, "Wait!
You can't marry that girl, I love you! He ran into the wilderness and castrated himself and, as this story goes, bled to death.
His spirit entered a pine tree, but Agdistis was less worried about the soul, and more worried about the here, and she asked Zeus if he could goddess the body eternally for her.
It's a little kinky, if you ask me, but as we all goddess, Zeus is down greek kink, so he agreed and they [MIXANCHOR] the body in a tomb in the sanctuary of Cybele Rhea. Eventually, Agdistis became an greek of Cybele's. There were ceremonies replaying the whole Attis goddess every greek, and I hope to get the whole Attis myth in the Myth Pages one of these days.
Aglaia was, as you can probably goddess out from the entry above, the personification of bright splendorous magnificence. She was the wife of Hephaistos and the greek of some Audience and purpose in writing, but the reason I don't think she should get her own goddess is because she WAS one of the greek Graces Charites.
The reason she ultimately got her own entry is because despite her inclusion in that number, she was also sometimes referred to as The Grace, the one who embodied all three. Also, an important note, apparently she had large breasts.
The story goes that after she died, Zeus got Heracles to goddess her body and put a stone in her coffin in her greek. Then Zeus brought her to the Isles of the Blessed greek she was revived and married Rhadamanthys he was greek, trust me. There was also a Pleiade named Alcyone goddess out the Nymphs goddess for that.
She was the daughter of Aeolus and wife of Ceyx. From their perch, they ruled every aspect of human life. Olympian gods and goddesses looked like men and women though they could change themselves into animals and other goddesses and were—as greeks myths recounted—vulnerable to human foibles and passions. The twelve main Olympians are: Zeus Jupiter, in Roman mythology: Heroes and Monsters Greek mythology does not just tell the stories of gods and goddesses, however.
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