Reason For The Seasons (Hero's Journey)

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  • Ordinary World
  • I'll be back for supper!
  • Goodbye mother!
  • Call to Adventure
  • Where is Persephone?
  • Refusal of the Call
  • Persephone, oh Persephone. Where have you gone?
  • One bright sunny morning in Mount Olympus, Demeter said goodbye to her daughter Persephone. “I’ll be back for supper.” she said. As goddess of harvest, she took care of all the plants in the world. Demeter had hidden Persephone from gods so that no one would be able to marry her.
  • Meeting with the Mentor
  • I beg your pardon for intruding, but have you seen a young girl with blonde hair and a tan dress?
  • After her mother had gone, Persephone and her friends went to pick flowers. Persephone wandered away from her friends and suddenly heard a noise. She looked and saw Hades, who had fallen in love with her, but knew that Demeter would not allow him to marry her daughter. Before Persephone could scream, Hades dragged her into his chariot and raced away.
  • Crossing the Threshold
  • Hermes, you must bring Persephone home safely at any cost.
  • Hades drove straight down through a cleft in the ground and it closed behind them. Hades and Persephone disappeared into the underworld. When Demeter went home that evening, she called out to Persephone. When there was no reply, Demeter went around the house calling Persephone’s name. She decided to wait, thinking that Persephone was outside and has not yet returned.
  • Tests, Allies, Enemies
  • I will never let her go for we shall be in love forever.
  • Please help me Hermes!
  • She waited until it was midnight, when she began to grow worried. For nine days and nine nights, Demeter searched and searched for her missing daughter, not even stopping to rest or eat. Dressed in black instead of her usual bright and sunny dresses, Demeter when all over the country, searching for Persephone as an old woman.
  • No, we're so sorry ma'am.
  • A goddess, who heard that Hades had captured Persephone said, “Hades must let Persephone leave the underworld, only then will Demeter save the Earth. Zeus called Hermes, messenger of the gods, to go to the underworld and ask Hades to let Persephone leave the underworld. Hermes flew off at once.
  • “I will never let Persephone go.” growled Hades. “I love her and want to marry her.” “Please be reasonable Hades.” Hermes begged. “You know that Persephone doesn’t love you.” “Fine.” roared Hades angrily. “I will let her go if she did not eat anything here. You know the rules. If she did then she must stay here forever.”
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