Out witting the Gods

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  • The King of Cornith has a beautiful kingdom which is home to many, but he has one problem there is no source of fresh water.
  • Ugh, whatever shall I do
  • Zeus was out playing with the river nymphs daughter when they flew over the king of Cornith. But the river god was looking for his daughter.
  • I shall tell the river god Zeus has his daughter. In return he shall give me a source of fresh water.
  • Once the river god stomped by the king, he asked for his daughter or who took her and where. the king said I will tell you if you give me a source of fresh water. So it was settled.
  • Zeus is with your daughter they went to the right.
  • Thank you I shall repay you.
  • Zeus was enraged once he found out what the King of Corinth had done. Zeus banished him to the underworld.
  • He does not deserve to live. I cant believe he would be so disrespectful to a god like my self!!!!
  • Because the king ruined Zeus fun he was punished and sent to the underworld. But you had to pay for the trip across the river Styx and the king purposely asked for no money.
  • When I die do not place money in my moth to pay for my trip.
  • OK.
  • My husband is to die?
  • You come for my serves and yet don't pay? go home get a coin and pay when you get back. NOW GO!!!!!!!
  • So the king of Corinth was punished with death. But keep in mind he had no coin so Hades would not let him in to the under world and sent him home to fetch a coin for the trip across the river Styx.
  • I am free a shall trick him and never return. I have out witted the gods.
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