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King Pelias, Zeus, and some of the other gods returned to Mount Olympus after the wedding celebration for King Priam and Thetus. Zeus sends Hermes, the messenger, to ask Athena, Aphrodite, and Hera, (all goddesses), to join him to go and find Paris to ask him to decide between them on who gets the golden apple.
Hermes and the goddesses finally found Paris, but when they approached him, he appeared to be frightened. So he ran away from them without looking back. Hermes and the goddesses tried to run after him.
Choose me, and I will give you great power!
Hermes finally told him about Zeus choosing Paris to make a important decision. Paris is interested enough with this thought, that he stopped running. Hermes then presents him with the golden apple, which Paris reads aloud, "To the fairest".
Paris is frightened by the decision he makes, because he believes "that one goddess was fairest as the other." Hermes luered Paris into the thought that it was Zeus who chose only Paris. And the three goddesses agrees, and stepped up with Hermes.
Hera began telling Paris of all the finest things she has, and she can present to him. "Choose me, gallant Paris, and you shall have powers far greater than than that of any king. I will make you lord of all Asia and Greece." Paris pondered over the fact that Kings have much better destiny, than any herdsman.
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