Moros

Moros

Moros was a primordial deity in Greek mythology, and the personification of impending doom, driving mortals to their deadly fate. He was one of the offspring of Nyx (the night), who had conceived him without male intervention, and brother of the Moirai (the Fates). The Moirai said that even Zeus himself was unable to resist against the will of their brother. Therefore, if the father of gods made a promise, he was unable to break it, simply because it was destined to be.

See Also: Nyx, Moirai

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Who was Moros?

Moros was a primordial deity in Greek mythology, and the personification of impending doom, driving mortals to their deadly fate. He was one of the offspring of Nyx (the night), who had conceived him without male intervention, and brother of the Moirai (the Fates).

Who were the parents of Moros?

The parent of Moros was Nyx.

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