Athena and Medusa Myth

Athena and Medusa Myth

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  • "I am just so beautiful. "
  • Every single day Medusa always boasted about her self. She says to other people she is the most prettiest out of everyone in the whole wide world.
  • "You told me this yesterday."
  • "My skin is more beautiful than fresh white snow."
  • Sunday, Medusa told the miller that her skin is more beautiful then fresh white snow.
  • "Do you ever shut up?"
  • Medusa went to visit the Parthenon with some friends, and while she was there she said that she was prettier than Athena which is forbidden to say.
  • "I'm prettier than Athena!"
  • *Gasps*
  • "How dare you call yourself prettier than me!"
  • Everyone else left in a hurry, but Medusa was too busy looking at herself to notice. One of the figures changed into Athena while Medusa was not paying any attention. Athena said " You think your a prettier girl than me. While other working, playing or learning you just boast about yourself. Medusa there is more to life than beauty alone you see." 
  • Athena turned Medusa into a horrible monster.  Her hair thickened into hissing snakes and body turned into a snake. She said " Now anyone who looks in your eyes will turn into stone and no one will be able to save them. Even you, Medusa, should you seek your reflection, you will turn to rock the moment you see your face.
  • Athena then sent Medusa with her hair of snakes to live with the blind monsters, the gorgon sisters, at the end of the earth, so that no innocent people would be turned to stone at the sight of her by accident.
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