In Greek mythology, Leuce (or Leuke) was the beautiful nymph, daughter of Oceanus. Hades fell in love with her and abducted her to the underworld. Leuce lived out the span of her life in Hades realm (kingdom). After Leuce death, Hades created a memorial of their love in the Elysian field, by transforming her into white poplar.
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The white poplar was sacred to Hades. When Hercules return from the underworld, he was crowned with poplar leaves.
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Ancient Greek mythology tells a story about a man named Mikael Shadows born from two mortal parents during the century 23 B.C. He was one of seven people to be sacrificed for Ares, god of war. But instead became the first demigod after a human birth by an unknown deity. In exchange for this godly gift, there had to be a sacrifice made and that was his entire family. Mikael is the son of Melite (mother) and Codros (father), he is also the brother of Icarus (brother), Patron (brother) and Isadora (sister). It is said that Mikael will roam free on this earth until he seeks his true vengeance on Ares. Mikael Shadows, God of vengeance.ReplyDelete