The Ikology Of Greek Mythology

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Jayden king
Billington
Greek mythology
29 march, 2016

Greek Mythology one base of our religion

Religion has always been a center point of hope, strength, and love in our history. Religion has given us hope over the centuries always something to turn to when our lives get too hard for us to handle. People being who they are, and human nature being what it is, we will find a way to misuse it. What can be used to be a focus for strength and hope now we’ll turn it to hatred and fear. For instance, when those using it to mask their cruelty towards others with what they believed their god had given them the right to do, many men throughout history have used religion to justify their actions. Always saying one religion is better than another,
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This idea can even be proven with our scientific capabilities, Every story began with an entity forming the earth out of nothing piece by piece, Slowly putting the earth together. Nowadays people know that the earth was infact formed millions of years ago, the particles came from space clouds that traveled from a dying star. In the Greek culture the earth grow so amunce it took a life of its own thought, making it have a physical humanoid form. Then surrounding itself with an atmosphere that grow so large much like the earth, By then She was called Gaia, It too began to have its own thoughts and a physical humanoid form. But the chaos that this two entities came from didn’t die or cease to exist in just shrunk smaller and the earth was formed around it, To where it stays to this day. With that Gaia and Uranus, this was what the sky came to be know,with them they were the beginning of life on the earth. But the first race was not the humans Like the christian bible. The were terrible monsters, until the final offspring how were the Titans giant being that sit on mountains. After them came the gods smaller being that were closer to human

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