In an old house, in the top bedroom, Gaia is giving birth to the Titans. One of the Titans birthed is Cronus.
Father of the Titans, Uranus tries to shove the Titans back into Gaia's womb. Gaia tries to start a revolt among her children and the only who is brave enough is Cronus. Cronus is reborn and then cuts off his father's genitals.
Cronus becomes king of the universe, then he frees and then imprisons again, the Cyclopes and the Hecatoncheires. He was afraid of being overthrown from a prophecy so he swallowed all of his children except for the sixth child. Zeus, the sixth child, was replaced with a rock and Cronus swallowed the rock in place of Zeus. Zeus poisons Cronus' drink when he is older and then Cronus then regurgitates the other five Olympians and then Zeus challenges Cronus to a war. Zeus became the leader of the other five and this began the war of the Olympians and the Titans.
The two armies fought every day for 10 years until Gaia told Zeus to release the Cyclopes and the Hecatoncheires to help defeat Atlas and the Titans. Zeus and the Olympians won.
After the war Zeus imprisoned the Titans in Tartarus and never came back again. But Atlas escaped from Tartarus.
Since Atlas escaped from Tartarus, Zeus punished Atlas by making him carry the weight of the sky and heavens on his shoulders