Prometheus and Pandora's Box

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  • I beg of you, please give those men fire so they can survive.
  • Absolutely not! Let those men live like the beasts!
  • I have brought fire, a gift from the sun, I'm going to teach you how to build houses.
  • Thank you so much!
  • Prometheus is responsible for this? I must make him pay!
  • Empimetheus, here is a beautiful woman, whom Jupiter has sent to you to be your wife.
  •  Prometheus is begging Jupiter to give fire to the men on earth, so that the men can be warm.
  • Prometheus decides to disobey Jupiter, so he goes to the sun, and the sun gives him the gift of fire. Prometheus then decides to give that fire to the men that need it.
  • The casket must contain jewels. Why should I have to care about what Athena told me, I can open it if I want.
  • Jupiter is upset about Prometheus giving the men fire, so he decides to make to make his blacksmith, Vulcan, make a clay model of a beautiful woman named Pandora. Jupiter gives her life.
  • Jupiter sends Pandora off to be Empimetheus's wife. He loved the way the she looked, and how intelligent and gifted she was, so he brought her home. She had brought a gold casket to her new home.
  • Athena, the queen of air, told Pandora to never open that golden casket, nor to look at anything in it, yet Pandora was still curious enough to want to open it.
  • Then, Pandora opens the box. Horrifying creatures come out, thousands of them. Pandora closes the box just in time, to stop the creatures from coming out of the box. This is how Jupiter planned to make everyone miserable once again, before Prometheus befriended him.
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