Contrary to others, one night Minerva had gotten so fed up with her mother that like the embodiment of a volcano, she erupted with fury. Seething with what mother Theresa thought could have been words as hot as lava. Minerva had then fled the house to the temple of Athene.
“Athena” Minerva cried-as she blinked back her tears. “I have so many ideas! So much that could help mankind!.... But my mother has different beliefs and tells me that I must keep my gift hidden in fear of our race’s jealousy… What should I do?” Surprisingly enough Athena hears Minerva’s please and instructs the young mortal to travel to the fountain of rebirth and fill the goblet of gods kept next to Athena. “With these materials I shall help mankind once more and give them creativity!!!” Athena informs Minerva.
With these instructions Minerva grabs the goblet and begins her long journey to the fountain of youth and back. Within 2 weeks time Minerva finally returns to the temple of Athene where, speak of the goddess, she awaited in human form for Minerva’s return. Minerva hands Athena the goblet of rebirth who then Disappears into the heavens which starts to hail what seems to be golden raindrops. The rain lures all people to step outside and soon everyone is covered in the golden rain. And soon enough everyone was making their own ideas and thinking up their own thoughts and improving the human race with the third gift of Athena.