Bulfinch's Greek and Roman Mythology
Thomas Bulfinch (15 JUL, 1796~27 MAY, 1867)
Publisher: Dover Publications Inc.
Published: 18 APR, 2000
Myth is a song of otherized desire, but it is undoubtedly a resonance that spreads within me. It is a scandalous and confusing object when looking down with a stern attitude. Still, if you embrace and appreciate it in the arms of humans, including yourself, it is a self-portrait full of life and becomes the temptation of a healthy and fragrant lover.
Revelation and myth are different. While revelation is a message that contains ideals of creationism and stern commands, myth is a feast of narratives in which human consciousness and unconsciousness mix and dance.
Except for Okeanos, all the Titan gods attacked Uranus, and Cronos cut off his father's southern roots and threw them into the sea. The plural goddesses Tishpone and Meghaira were born from the dripping blood droplets at that time.