Pandora's Box


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  • Zeus set about a plan to punish humans because Prometheus stole fire to give to them.
  • Hephaestus go make a woman who is deceitful, stubborn and curious.
  • Ok Zeus, your majesty
  • I shall name you Pandora, which means “the one who bears all gifts”.
  • So Hephaestus made a woman out of clay, and she was gifted many things from the gods including crafts and femininity.
  • Zeus sent Pandora to the real world to marry Epimetheus. Even though Epimetheus was warned by his brother Prometheus not to marry Pandora as she was from the Gods.
  • Pandora you are very beautiful
  • Zeus sent Pandora a box called pithos. He told her the box contained special gifts.
  • Pandora tried not to think about the box, but she could not contain her curiosity anymore.
  • He told them never to open the box.
  • I wonder what's in the box
  • OH NO! what have I done!
  • One day Pandora opened the box and all of the bad things escaped into the world. Zeus wanted to let people suffer in order to understand that they should not disobey their gods, Pandora was the just the right person for the job!
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