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Who saved Persephone from Hades?

Last Updated: 27th January, 2020

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A goddess, who has heard that Hades hadcapturedPersephone, said: “Hades must let Persephone leavetheunderworld, only then will Demeter save the earth.Zeuscalled Hermes, messenger of the gods, to go to theunderworld andask Hades to let Persephone leave the underworld.Hermes flew offat once.

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Furthermore, did Persephone fell in love with Hades?

According to mythology, Hades, god oftheUnderworld, fell in love with beautifulPersephonewhen he saw her picking flowers one day in ameadow.

Secondly, who is the author of Hades and Persephone? Q&A with Author Molly Ringle on WritingandHer Persephone/Hades 'Greek God Fan-Fiction'Thereare some people who were born to write, and authorMollyRingle is one of them. When I see her approach to writing andtheway she writes, or hear how she talks about writing, it'sclear:for her, writing is a form of play.

Simply so, what did Hades do to Persephone?

As the girl (Persephone) played withhercompanions, they caused the ground to split underneathher.Persephone slipped beneath the Earth and Hadesstoleher to the Underworld where he made her his wife.

Who is Minthe to Hades?

Minthe lover of Hades One version tells of Minthe being a loverofHades, before the god of the Underworld decidedtomake Persephone his wife. When Persephone wasabducted,Minthe was cast aside byHades.

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