About the Grecian Mythology Mystology Scylla and his story

Ever Middle of Scylla’s Story? Pretty creepy creature. Scylla based on the Greek legend, is a beautiful Girl as well as a creepy creature that has 6 heads and 12 feet. This is the Mystery and Legend of Scylla: The Prettiest Being Dog Headed Dog 6. Approximately how the original story of a beautiful girl gets that pathetic curse.

Scylla is a monster living in a narrow ocean passage, in contrast to Charybdis’s residence. The two sides of the straits in the ocean are controlled and within reach of one another. So close that the sailors who were trying to escape from Charybdis would pass very close to Scylla’s residence, the disaster was inevitable.

Scylla was originally a beautiful woman who was loved by Glaucos sea god but Scylla rejected Glaukos. Glaukos then asks the witch Circe to make Scylla fall in love with her, whereas Circe loves Glaukos and is jealous of Scylla. Instead of executing Glaukos’s request, Circe even did evil at Scylla. When Scylla was in the shower, Circe poured a potion on Scylla’s body. As a result of that herb, from the body of Scylla sprang up six heads of savage dogs, and Scylla’s foot turned into a fish tail. Scylla tried to run but she finally realized that it was all part of her body. Gradually Scylla really turned into a monster
Scylla lives somewhere near Charybdis and between them there is only a narrow gap so that if any sailor passes through the place, the sailor must choose, which is destroyed by Charybdis or eaten by Scylla.
Once upon a time, Odysseus had to pass a place between Scylla and Charybdis. Odysseus then chose the Scylla route because he thought it was better to lose some of his crew than his ship was destroyed. Odysseus finally got away with the loss of six of his men Scylla eaten

Little Stories About Scylla:

Perhaps no legendary monster is more horrible than the Kraken, the ruler of the ocean that makes the sailors shudder with fear.

What is interesting about the legend of the Kraken is the possibility that this legend may indeed be based on something real. Kraken is a monster depicted as a giant creature that dwells in the oceans of Iceland and Norway. This creature is called often attacked the passing ship by rolling it with its giant tentacles and pulling it down. Kraken’s own word comes from the word “Krake” from Scandinavian language which means to refer to unhealthy animals or something strange. This word is still used in modern German to refer to Octopus.

Kraken is also a Pet God of Hades (spirits of the Baka) sprti Cerberus but Kraken is the secret weapon of the god Hades and the faithful pets and obeys the Hades command is all there is speculation Montezuma sees Hernen Cortez as a dreadful Quetzalcoatl.

He was punished by Zeus standing in the western part of Gaia (Earth) and holding Ouranos (sky) on his shoulder. There is a misconception that Atlas was forced to hold Earth on his shoulder, but this is not true. Classical art shows Atlas holding the ball of the sky, not the world. And some stories also say that Atlas was punished for supporting the sky (not a celestial ball) at the top of a mountain.

After some time, Charybdis has won many lands for his father’s kingdom, and Zeus gets mad at him. He swore to stop him forever, and to do this he cursed him into a monster – a big mouth gaping; His arms and legs became a lapel swimming.

After some time, Charybdis has won many lands for his father’s kingdom, and Zeus gets mad at him. He swore to stop him forever, and to do this he cursed him into a monster – a big mouth gaping; His arms and legs became a lapel swimming.

Unfortunately, when Glaucus told the story of his love for old Circe, this shaman fell in love with him. He tried to convince Glaucus to forget Scylla and to fall in love with him, but Glaucus ignored him; His heart belongs to the fairy. This made Circe angry. To punish his rival, he prepared a bottle of poison and poured it into the pool where Scylla was bathing.

As soon as Scylla walked into the pond for a bath, she turned into a scary monster with six heads, each with three rows of teeth sharper than a knife. Now he is not beautiful anymore but is a very large creature with 12 feet and a body consisting of dogs that bark horribly. Unable to move, he lived in agony in a gap under the sea and hit all the passing ships.
When a ship sails too close, every Scylla’s head strikes a member of the sailor and slams