Which mythical creature are you? | Comments
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HAHA to Dark Skeleton. U're funny ^-^zxc Apr 28 '18, 2:18PM
First hydra then centar.Poppy 101 Nov 5 '14, 9:47PM
After heascended the throne of Crete, Minos struggled with his brothers for the right to rule. Minos prayed to Poseidon to send him a snow-white bull, as a sign of approval. He was to sacrifice the bull in honor of Poseidon but decided to keep it instead because of its beauty. To punish Minos, Poseidon caused Pasipha, Minos' wife, to fall madly in love with the bull from the sea, the Cretan Bull. She had Daedalus, the famous architect, make a wooden cow for her. Pasipha climbed into the decoy in order to have sex with the white bull. The offspring of their unnatural lovemaking was a monster called the Minotaur.Nowhere has the essence of the myth been expressed more succinctly than in the Heroides attributed to Ovid, where Pasipha's daughter complains of the curse of her unrequited love: "the bull's form disguised the god, Pasipha, my mother, a victim of the deluded bull, brought forth in travail her reproach and burden." Literalist and prurient readings that emphasize the machinery of literal copulation may intentionally obscure the mystic marriage of the god in bull form, a Minoan mythos alien to the Greeks.The Minotaur, as the Greeks imagined him, had the body of a man and the head and tail of a bull. Pasipha nursed him in his infancy, but he grew and became ferocious. Minos, after getting advice from the Oracle at Delphi, had Daedalus construct a gigantic labyrinth to hold the Minotaur. Its location was nearkyle9501 Jan 11 '14, 5:49AM
I'm a Gorgon!
Does that mean I should have snakes as hair?Dark Skeleton Sep 22 '11, 3:57PM
A Sphinx is a zoomorphic mythological figure, depicted as a recumbent lion with a human head. It has its origins in sculpted figures of Old Kingdom Egypt, to which the ancient Greeks applied their own name for a female monster, the "strangler", an archaic figure of Greek mythology. Similar creatures appear throughout South and South-East Asia, and the sphinx enjoyed a major revival in European decorative art from the Renaissance onwards.
Umm m... Idk what to say... Well it doesn't say much about it's favorites and attitude.... I think you could do better... (No offense)Sparkspiritt Aug 4 '11, 11:47AM
wow...Puppy xo1 Jun 17 '08, 2:35PM