My gift Adam is well, not only romantic love, but also a nature of friendship between Ken of oneself. My gift to man is a beauty in the exotic in the Monday with laughter. And with tears, my gift a man is strength, strife born of jealousy. Strife born of desire. My gear is to man our romantic. They bring pleasure and the Aphrodite, the Olympian goddess of love beauty and sexual pleasure, the enchanting one, the one who is infinitely desirable, but infinitely out of reach to those who adore her.
She is known. As the smile, loving the merciful, and the one who postpones old age while to those who scorn her worship, she is known as the unholy one, the dark one, the doom of men and the killer of men, the goddess is identified by the Romans with the name. The Venus according to Hesiod Aphrodite was born from the castrated genitals of Uranus, which fell into the sea near the coast of Katrina. She had risen from the foam of the waters on a shell, fully grown and more beautiful than anything or anyone in the universe. However, according to Homer Aphrodite was the daughter of Zeus and the tightness Dianna.
Thus, the stepsister to the other Olympians Athena, Artemis, buries, Hephaestus, Apollo, Hermes and Dionysus. Whichever the story is the goddess of love was the fairest of all the other goddesses. She was a deity of flawless. Beauty, lovely, enchanting and often appearing nude having a symmetrically perfect body. Sometimes she is depicted alongside her children via Ron's who were capable of sparking up passion in mortals.
And gods alike at her will her symbols are myrtles roses, add of a magical girdle and a shell. So lovely was the goddess of love that no man all God could resist her only the three virgin goddesses, Artemis, Athena and ESTIA were immune to her charms and power. Thus, when Aphrodite arrived at Olympus, her beauty, caused great confusion amongst the other gods as each of them wanted her for himself. So to bring back peace and order Zeus quickly married her off to the least attractive Olympian Hephaestus. God of the Forge, although married to her Fests Aphrodite had affairs with all the Olympian gods, except Hades, the reserved, aloof, God and Zeus, who was supposedly her father her most famous lover was the war. God, Oh, Aeries, whom she bore as many as eight children for Poseidon. She bore one daughter rude and for Hermes, she bore the hermaphrodites, the goddess also consorted with mortals, the most famous of whom were and Pisces and Adonis.