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  • In a town called Troezen, a boy by the name Theseus lived with his mother Aethra
  • Before Theseus was born, Aethra married Aegeus who was the King of Athens
  • but shortly after Theseus was born, Aethra and Aegeus decided for Aethra to go into hiding with Theseus in order to protect him from his 50 cousins who were blood thirsty for the throne once Aegeus died
  • After Theseus was in a fight with a couple of other guys stronger than him in town, he went by the ocean, fell asleep and had an odd dream. At first he did not believe what the gull told him but in order for him to actually see if he was telling the truth, he went to go test it out for himself
  • I can crack clams open because they are heavy. Can I do this with shrimps or scallops? No... they are too light. Do not fear the size of your enemy, make his strength his weakness. After you follow this advice, come back and I will tell you a more interesting secret
  • So Theseus took the advice given by the gull to see if what the gull said was true, and to much of his surprise it was
  • Wow, that gull was serious with what it was saying, I should go back and see what that secret he was talking to me about was.
  • Aegeus is not your father, but Poseidon is. He fell in love with your mother and disguised himself as Aegeus at one point but once the real Aegeus came back, Aethra was already pregnant with you. Tomorrow there will be a gift from him. You must take that gift, bid farewell to your mother and travel to Athens, where your true journey awaits.
  • Theseus was in shock, but what the gull said was true before, why would the gull be lying to Theseus now? So he decided to test that once again to see if this was truly true.
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