I'm Aphrodite and I'm goddess of love and beauty
I am also the goddess of gracefulness and invincibility
This is Aphrodite
Many caught her eye, but only two she wanted, Ares and Hephaestus
Daughter of Zeus and Dione, Aphrodite was known for her birth as in she arose from sea foam and began on her own, on the island of Cythera.
Many stories have told that where ever Aphrodite walked flowers bloomed under her feet.
Aphrodite's powers had many men wanted her to be his wife and were already married, but Aphrodite herself, the goddess of love, was married to Hephaestus but only truly had love for Ares.
Even though the relationship wasn't so great, Hephaestus and Aphrodite had a baby know as one we all know today, Cupid (Eros). The god of LOVE!
Venus got it's name from Aphrodite and is the second most brightest thing in the galaxy. Venus was also named that because many Greeks thought the planet reminded them of a female figure.
Aphrodite her roman identity was Venus, that's where the planet got it's name
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