Chaos (Kaos)

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Chaos (Kaos) by Mind Map: Chaos (Kaos)

1. Ouranos (Sky)

2. Tartarus (var x = cave like space under the earth)

3. Erebus (Darkness within x)

4. Eros (The urge to reproduce)

5. Nyx (Mother of Night)

6. Gaia (Earth)

7. 2 (Erebus+Nyx)

8. Hemera (Day)

9. Aither (Light)

10. 12 Titans 1st Gen

11. Oceanos [sea god]

12. Koios [god of intellect]

13. Koios [god of intellect]

14. Hyperion [high sun god]

15. Iapetos [god of mortality]

16. Theia [goddess of brightness]

17. Rhea [mother of the gods]

18. Themis [goddess of divine law]

19. Mnemosyne [goddess of memory]

20. Phoebe [moon goddess]

21. Tethys [river goddess]

22. Kronos [harvest god]

22.1. Leader of the titans after castrating his father

22.2. Ruled during the Golden Age

23. Three Cyclops

23.1. Odyssey

24. Three Hecatonchires

24.1. hundred-handed giants of even greater power than the Twelve Titans

25. Helios [Sun]

26. Selene [Moon]

27. Eos [Dawn]

28. 2nd Gen Titans

29. Lelantos [Air and the Unseen]

30. Leto [mother (twins) Apollo and Artemis]

31. Asteria [Falling Stars]

32. 2nd Gen Titans

33. 2nd Gen Titans

34. Atlas [upholder of the Earth]

35. Prometheus [Foresight; the creator of mankind]

36. Epimetheus [Aftersight]

37. Menoetios [Anger/Rage]

37.1. the first word of the Iliad is a cognate, menos

38. 2nd Gen Titans

39. Metis [Prudence/Wisdom]

40. Krios [god of constellations]

41. 2nd Gen Titans

42. Astraeus [Wind]

43. Pallas [War]

44. Perses [Destruction]

45. Erinyes (Furies)

46. the Giants

47. Meliai

48. Aphrodite (the goddess of love/sex)

49. sea deities, nymphs, and monsters

50. Proteus / Nereus

50.1. Odyssey

51. Nereids

51.1. the fifty nymphs of the sea, the most famous of whom was Thetis, the mother of Achilles, hero of the Iliad.

52. Kronos+Rhea

52.1. Kronos swallowed each of the children she bore to him

52.2. Rhea then managed to trick Kronos into vomiting up his other five children

53. Hestia (goddess of the hearth and domesticity)

54. Demeter (goddess of fertility)

55. Hera (goddess of women and marriage)

55.1. mindful of a prophecy that one of his children would overthrow him (as he himself had overthrown his father Ouranos)

56. Hades (god of the underworld)

57. Poseidon (god of the sea)

58. Zeus (god of thunder)

58.1. escaped being swallowed

59. Typhon

60. Athena

60.1. Athena burst forth from Zeus’s forehead, fully armed.

61. Zeus+Themis

62. Three Horae (the Hours)

63. Eunomia (Order)

64. Dike (Justice)

65. Eirene (Peace)

66. Tyche (Prosperity)

67. Eurynome

67.1. daughter of Oceanus and Tethys

68. Three Graces

68.1. goddesses of charm, beauty, nature, human creativity, and fertility

69. Persephone

69.1. was later to marry Hades, Zeus’s brother.

70. Nine Muses

71. Clio (History)

72. Clio (History)

73. Thalia (Comedy)

74. Melpomene (Tragedy)

75. Terpsichore (Dance)

76. Erato (Lyric Poetry)

77. Polyhymnia (Choral Poetry)

78. Urania (Astronomy)

79. Calliope (Epic Poetry)

80. Apollo

80.1. purportedly a god of prophecy, the arts, and the sun, his name Apollon means “plague”

81. Artemis

81.1. goddess of the hunt, childbirth, and fertility

82. Zeus+Leto

83. Zeus+Hera

84. Hebe (cupbearer of the gods)

85. Ares (god of war)

86. Enyo (goddess of war)

87. Hephaistos (the lame blacksmith and craftsman of the gods)

88. Eileithyia (goddess of childbirth and midwifery)

89. Zeis [affairs]

90. Danae

91. Perseus

92. Leda

93. Helen of Troy

94. Clytemnestra (a central figure in Aeschylus’s Oresteia)

95. (twins) Castor and Pollux

96. Alkmene

97. Herakles

98. Maia

99. Hermes (the messenger of the Olympian gods)

100. Dodekatheon

100.1. (“the Twelve,” i.e. the principal Olympian gods

101. Zeus

102. Hera

103. Poseidon

104. Demeter

105. Athena

106. Apollo

107. Artemis

108. Ares

109. Aphrodite

110. Hephaistos

111. Hermes

112. Hestia

113. Doom, Dreams, Destinies, Blame, Old Age, Hardship, and Deceit

114. Thanatos (Death)

115. Hypnos (Sleep)

116. Moirai (Fates)

117. Nemesis (Retribution)

118. Hesperides (Daughters of Night)

119. Eris (Discord)

120. Ourea (Mountains)

121. Pontus (Sea)

122. Semele

123. Dionysus, god of intoxication and ecstacy

124. Demeter