We do know that when it is revealed we shall be like him, for we shall see him as he is. Everyone who has this hope based on him makes himself pure, as he is pure. He has a masterful plan for you, and it is meant to make you more like Him, the Loving Father. Beloved, you are His.
Primordial powers[ edit ] Oceanus  and Tethys are the father and mother of the gods in the Iliadwhile in the seventh century BC the Spartan poet Alcman made the sea-nymph Thetis a demiurge -figure.
Orpheus 's song in Book Review of gods daughters of the Argonautica hymns the sea- nymph Eurynome as first queen of the gods, as wife of the ocean-born giant Ophion. The pre-Socratic cosmogony of Thaleswho made water the first elementmay be seen as a natural outgrowth of this poetic thinking.
The primacy of aquatic gods is reminiscent of, and may even have been influenced by, ancient Near Eastern mythology - where Tiamat salt water and Apsu fresh water are the first gods of the Enuma Elishand where the Spirit of God is said to have "hovered over the waters" in Genesis.
Pontus is the primordial deity of the sea. Poseidon and the heroes[ edit ] Poseidon as god of the sea, was an important Olympian power; he was the chief patron of Corinthmany cities of Magna Graeciaand also of Plato 's legendary Atlantis.
He controls the oceans and the seas,  and he also created horses. As such, he was intimately connected with the pre-historic office of king - whose chief emblem of power and primary sacrificial animal was the horse. Thus, on the Mycenean Linear B tablets found at Pylosthe name Poseidon  occurs frequently in connection with the wanax "king"whose power and wealth were increasingly maritime rather than equestrian in nature.
Surprisingly, Poseidon's name is found with greater frequency than that of Zeusand is commonly linked often in a secondary role with Demeter.
Poseidon  is brothers with Zeus along with Hades and his father was Cronusthe leader of the Titans. When the office of wanax disappeared during the Greek Dark Agesthe link between Poseidon and the kingship was largely, although not entirely, forgotten.
In classical AthensPoseidon was remembered as both the opponent and doublet of Erechtheusthe first king of Athens. Erechtheus was given a hero-cult at his tomb under the title Poseidon Erechtheus. In another possible echo of this archaic association, the chief ritual of Atlantisaccording to Plato 's Critias, was a nocturnal horse-sacrifice offered to Poseidon  by the kings of the imagined island power.
In keeping with the mythic equation between horsemanship and seamanship, the equestrian heroes Castor and Pollux were invoked by sailors against shipwreck. Ancient Greeks interpreted the phenomenon now called St.
Elmo's Fire as the visible presence of the two brothers. Old Men and nymphs[ edit ] Several types of sea gods conform to a single type: NereusProteusGlaucus and Phorkys. These sea gods are not as powerful as Poseidonthe main god of the oceans and seas.
Each one is a shape-shifter, a prophet, and the father of either radiantly beautiful nymphs or hideous monsters or both, in the case of Phorkys. Nymphs and monsters blur, for Hesiod relates that Phorcys was wed to the "beautiful-cheeked" Cetowhose name is merely the feminine of the monstrous Cetusto whom Andromeda was due to be sacrificed.
Each appearance in myth tends to emphasize a different aspect of the archetype: Proteus and Nereus as shape-shifters and tricksters, Phorcys as a father of monsters, Nereus and Glaucus for truth-telling, Nereus for the beauty of his daughters. Each cluster of Old Man and daughters is therefore a kind of pantheon in miniature, each one a different possible configuration of the spiritual, moral and physical world writ small - and writ around the sea.
The tantalizing figure of the halios geron has been a favorite of scholarship. The Old Men have been seen as everything from survivals of old Aegean gods who presided over the waves before Poseidon Kerenyi to embodiments of archaic speculation on the relation of truth to cunning intelligence Detienne.
Homer 's Odyssey contains a haunting description of a cave of the Nereids on Ithacaclose by a harbor sacred to Phorcys. The Neoplatonist philosopher Porphyry read this passage as an allegory of the whole universe - and he may not have been far off the mark.
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April Learn how and when to remove this template message The sea - at once barren and prosperity-bringing, loomed large and ambivalently in the Greek mind.
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