Zeus and The Great Flood
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Son, you must construct a boat to survive rising waters, and once your journey is over, you must throw Earth's bones.
She's ready for sailing, your majesty.
After Pandora's box was opened, people began killing each other, and for the first time ever, man experienced wars. Zeus was furious when he looked down to Earth and saw all the chaos. He got so furious that he planned to kill man with a massive flood.
The only problems Zeus had were Prometheus and his son, King Deucalion. Prometheus had told his son that waters would rise, and he must throw Earth's bones overboard to save mankind.
In response, King Deucalion and his wife ordered many men to construct a boat. It took a long time, but it was finished, then they packed it plentifully.
Eventually the waters rose, and the whole world flooded, but King Deucalion was ready and he set sail. It took nine days, but the waters eventually receded.
When the waters did shallow, they discovered that they had landed on top of Mt. Olympus. Then they figured out that Earth's bones were actually stones.
When King Deucalion and his wife started to throw stones, they magically turned to people. Thus man walked Earth once more.
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