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Greek Gods Test

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Athena: Athena, the Greek goddess of wisdom, warfare, and crafts, was reputed for her strategic skill in warfare and was revered as one of the twelve Olympian deities. Born from Zeus's forehead after he experienced an intense headache, she was a symbol of wisdom, courage, and inspiration. Unlike Ares, her warlike brother known for his brute force, Athena took a more strategic and measured approach in battle, embodying nobility and righteousness. She was a virgin goddess and often depicted in full armor, symbolizing her focus on intellect over emotion and purity over physical desire. Athena's values included wisdom, justice, and courage, and her ethical stance was driven by a sense of duty, strategic warfare, and the patronage of heroic endeavor. She was seen as a protector of civilized life and of cities in particular. Artisans, as well as wise and prudent leaders, revered her as she fostered creative intelligence and inspiration, valuing knowledge and intellect above brute strength or power.
 

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Hades: Hades, the somber god of the underworld in Greek mythology, reigns over the realm of the dead, a domain shrouded in mystery and infused with the inevitability of mortality. As the brother of Zeus and Poseidon, Hades is often portrayed – not as a malevolent figure – but as a stern yet just ruler, his kingdom being the final destination for souls after death. Unlike his siblings, who dwell among the living, Hades's interaction with the world above is infrequent, his presence evoking a sense of dread and awe. His marriage to Persephone, marked by abduction and a harrowing bargain, further cements his ambiguous image – both as a captor and a passionate lover. This complex persona underscores the Greek view of death as not inherently evil but an inevitable, natural part of life. Hades’s portrayal, cloaked in solemnity and silence, devoid of the capriciousness often attributed to the Olympian gods, embodies the grave reality of the afterlife and the mysteries lying beyond mortal comprehension, marking him as a unique figure among the ancient deities.
 

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Multiple Results​

You appear to have two or more equally prominent matches. It is possible that you are an equal fit for all of those matches. On the other hand, it is also possible that you simply answered the questions in such a way that you ended up with tied results even though, in reality, you do have a definite match. Whether you really are an equal fit for all of these characters or you just happened to get an equal score on all of them, we are unable to say; we are therefore also unable to give you a more personalized description. But you can consult the chart above to see which of the characters you matched the closest.
 

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Multiple Results​

You appear to have two or more equally prominent matches. It is possible that you are an equal fit for all of those matches. On the other hand, it is also possible that you simply answered the questions in such a way that you ended up with tied results even though, in reality, you do have a definite match. Whether you really are an equal fit for all of these characters or you just happened to get an equal score on all of them, we are unable to say; we are therefore also unable to give you a more personalized description. But you can consult the chart above to see which of the characters you matched the closest.
 

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“Artemis: Artemis, one of the most widely venerated deities in Greek mythology, is the daughter of Zeus and Leto and the twin sister of Apollo.

Known as the virgin goddess of the hunt, wilderness, moon, and childbirth, her life is a symbol of purity, independence, and, paradoxically, nurturing and protection.

Depicted as eternally young and chaste, she fiercely guards her freedom and autonomy, rejecting traditional roles of wife and mother while embracing maternal duties in her capacity as a guardian of nature and protector of young animals and children.

Her values encompass a deep respect for all living creatures, reflected in her connection to the wilderness and her role in overseeing the cycle of life and death.

Artemis' ethics are rooted in a balance between nurturing and ferocity; she is the protector of the vulnerable yet an unrelenting force against those who threaten her or violate her personal boundaries or sanctuaries.“
 

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“Which mythological god do you identify with. Why do you identify with this specific mythological figure?

I’ve replied before on this topic. The Greek god I most identify is with Apollo. The Greek god of healing, music, prophesy, and sharing the wisdom of the gods, especially Zeus upon high Mt. Olympus.

“NF are also described as an archetype description as being an Apollonian”

As with the NT, the NF is future -oriented and focused on what might be. Apollo, giving man a sense of mission, showing man how to continue in his search for the sacred.

Apollo was the self-appointed bearer of Truth. Apollo symbolizes the duality of the Hellenic spirit: the urge to ideals, to truth, to beauty, to spiritually and sacredness.

He stood for the Grecian ideal of purity of spirit, of dedication to helping others, of the bringer of of therapeutic music and song.

He represented the healer of mind and body. He was the giver of prophecy, the inspirer and the inspirational, the divine and the incorruptible.

As the NF seeks self- actualization in identity and unity, he is aware that this is a life -long process, an ideal toward being and becoming a final finished self.” [David Keirsey, Please Understand Me. Prometheus Nemesis Book Company, 1984.]

"Just as anyone who listens to the muse will hear, you can write out of your own intention or out of inspiration. There is such a thing. It comes up and talks.

And those who have heard deeply the rhythms and hymns of the gods, can recite those hymns in such a way that the gods will be attracted." Joseph Campbell

'Ballad of Apollo'

"As Apollo plays his Golden lyre, the Graces and Muses dance their hips asway and even mighty Zeus's thunderbolts were stilled." LightSun
 

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Multiple Results​

You appear to have two or more equally prominent matches. It is possible that you are an equal fit for all of those matches. On the other hand, it is also possible that you simply answered the questions in such a way that you ended up with tied results even though, in reality, you do have a definite match. Whether you really are an equal fit for all of these characters or you just happened to get an equal score on all of them, we are unable to say; we are therefore also unable to give you a more personalized description. But you can consult the chart above to see which of the characters you matched the closest.

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Athena and Hades are tied for me
 
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