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I don't normally forward you on to my personal blog, but I wanted to get a post in before vacation.  As per usual, there is more to do than there is time...

The next divinity on the atheist's list is Kronos.  A while back I wrote a story about him.  I really don't think I can top this one, at this time.  May he be remembered and honored.  

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Young Hermes finds his grandfather sitting on his throne pensively gazing across his island lost in thought.  “Grandfather tell me a tale.”


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  • Jamie
    Jamie says #
    Thank you again for recounting the God lore! I like the child/grandparent storytime motif.
  • Melia/Merit Brokaw
    Melia/Merit Brokaw says #
    Happy to share! I'm glad you like it!

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Kronos (Cronos) the Titan god of time (khronos) and the ages, typically regarded as destructive and all-devouring.  He is the youngest of the Titans.  Kronos was given a flint sickle by his mother, Gaia, in order to castrate and then depose his father, Ouranos.  She did this in anger at Ouranos’ treatment of their more unusual children. 

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