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  • Eumelia and Hermes Introduction
  • I love you Hermes!
  • I love you Eumelia!
  • Rising Action
  • I will take you there but remember I warned you my love!
  • Hermes why are you not taking me to Mt. Olympus?
  • Rising Action
  • Who do you think you are and being here! (silently)
  • Welcome to Mt. Olympus!
  • Oh no!!
  • Eumelia was a petite, blond, beautiful mortal woman. Hermes was the messenger of the gods and he was responsible to guide mortals to the Underworld. Eumelia and Hermes were in love with each other.
  • Climax
  • One day they were sitting inside the woods and Eumelia asked "Hermes, why are you not taking me to Mt. Olympus"? Hermes felt very worried because if Aphrodite were to see Eumelia, Aphrodite would get really mad and she might try to kill Eumelia.
  • Falling Action
  • May I place my beautiful Eumelia up to the night sky for her memory and she will represent the heaven?
  • With one condition Hermes...
  • When Hermes and Eumelia arrived to Mt. Olympus Zeus was in a very good mood and he invited them to dinner. Aphrodite was at the dinner also. She got really mad as a bull at in sight of Eumelia. Aphrodite decided to kill Eumelia.
  • Resolution
  • One day, this is where all of you are going to go...
  • Aphrodite sent a giant snake to kill Eumelia. Eumelia, of course was not strong enough to fight back to the massive snake. Snake killed Eumelia.
  • I will always love you Hermes!!
  • Hermes was devastated after his lover’s death. Hermes asked Zeus if he could place Eumelia’s soul to the sky to help him guide dead people’s soul. Zeus had one condition; the constellation was going to point to Olympus. Hermes accepted the condition.
  • Eumelia points to North to represent heaven and Mt. Olympus. To this day there she remains, always pointing north, up the heaven…
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