In the beginning, so Greek mythology tells us, at the beginning is chaos.
In the beginning, so Greek mythology tells us, at the beginning is chaos. At some point Gaia, the earth, develops from Chaos – why, nobody know any more. She and Chaos love each other and from Gaia the sky soon rises: the Son of Uranus. He becomes their lover and out of this union the Titans are born: Kronos and Rheia.
After Kronos has emasculated his father and half brother, he takes his sister Rheia as his wife. Rheia gives birth to her brothers children: Hestia, Demeter, Hera, Hades, Poseidon and Zeus – the staff of the classical heaven of the gods of the Greek mythology.
And history takes its course…
Rheia is therefore the second woman and goddess at the Greek God’s heaven. She is the daughter of our Earth and the Mother the rulers of heaven and hell: Zeus and Hades.
New single out now!
Irrlicht, will-o‘-the-wisp. In folklore and superstition, will-o‘-wisps are usually regarded either as the malicious work of supernatural beings or as the souls of unfortunate deceased. According to popular belief, following or even capturing the will-o‘-wisps brings misfortune. Where does your will-o‘-wisp take you?