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Erebos (Ancient Greek: Ἔρεβος, "deep darkness, shadow")

According to Hesiod, the Erebus came from Chaos and Gaia (Earth tiv matter)-mediated Love - Fanny. Symbolizes "silence" and "the depth of night". Together with his sister at night, again through his love, he created the Ether, the Light of Heaven and Day. Belongs to the second generation of the Creation of the World.

Erebus is called (in Homer) the space bordered by Hades (place of souls crossing) and which exovelistikan by Zeus after the Clash of the Titans, the Titans Menoitios him self and Epimetheus.

Another version (according to Hesiod) qualifies as the darkest part of Hades, Erebus, the whereabouts of the throne of Pluto and Persephone and the cave of Scylla. Finally at the Catholics Erebus is the place where souls are purified before sinners go to hell.

Also from Erebus, in Greek mythology, Zeus received the Hecatonchires, Hercules Cerberus, Erin heard Althea etc.
this union includes Aether, Hemera, the Hesperides, Hypnos, the Moirai, Geras, Styx, and Thanatos.

and Aristophanes satirizing the Socratic philosophers say that they "erevodifosin" (= searching in the dark).

When we speak in silence the physical basis on which is founded the Temple of Fair, is the strong way of the clear soul.. "when Revenge is coming in silence then the inability of the soul is taking place.. and Erebus is just watching with that eyes..he is taking all the storm energy of the human beast, inside him" even if he is blessed with the light of justice, he had the strength and the silence
just to watch and wait for the time and the place before the judge day.

Ευχαριστώ ας πούμε και κάτι στα Ελληνικά.......

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