The Mythic Origin of Gender Theosophy of Hissed, Translated by Hugh G. Evelyn-White (570-616) Seep 2nd 2014 In the beginning of the chosen section, Zeus seems to be exploded with his anger and frustration though he is known for his great power and eternal wisdom.
That anger has begun since the time son of the Titan Lappets, Prometheus, made the deceiving trick, so as a result, he decides not to give the fire to the mortal people, Amelia. Unfortunately for him, Prometheus disobeyed him and give the power and the secret of creating fire to these men.When Zeus see the far glam of fire among hose men, his anger and frustration starts to unleash from his Insides, so he punish these men evilly because they disobeyed his order and follow the deeds of Prometheus.
Therefore, for the price of dishonoring his power and orders, he penalizes them violently. Then Hissed, in this point, mentions a limping god, who was formed from earth’s soil. As a favor for Zeus. He made by her hands the accessories that cloth a special goddess, who was described in the image of a shy attractive maiden, named Athens.He, also, describes the emerging beauty of Athena, accompanying with her bright eyes and silver clothing. From her head, she spread her hands releasing and showing a long veil that Is so wonderfully glorious for the human eye’s sight. Around her head she puts her the crown of young flowers, which were newly grown. With the flower crown, she shows her golden crown that displays her gorgeousness and magnificence.
That crown was made by the hands of the same limping god as a complement of his superior favor.Those accessories were, not Just for the human regular sight, so magical and glamorous to see. It Is miraculously beautiful in the eyes of the creatures of the earth and the sea. Some of delightful things such as living creatures with lovely and pleasing to hear voices, as a result, splendid beauty shines from her majesty. In this part, Hissed depicts the creation of Athens as a price of revealing the secret of fire to the mortal men and characterizes her as a beautiful evil though she known for her superb knowledge and everlasting wisdom.
The limping god bring Athens to be shown to the public eyes of the gods of men with her elegance that has been exposed through her bright pretty eyes. As a consequence of her magical beauty. The wonder occupied the place In here the gods and men existed.
That wonder might mean that bringing Athens to be revealed is sort of an absolute pure cleverness. From her existence, the race of women and who belongs to the female world starts that lead to their great and fatal destiny.After that, Hissed, relate the situation of the female kind to the life of bees, which their activity of transferring from a field to another, from a flower to another, gathering pollen and food source while the drones stay in their place doing nothing comparing with the flying bees. Likewise, he relates that busy life to the fact that one an have helpmates and companions with the factor of poverty, but they comes with the feature of wealth. Describing those bees seems a way to show the reader the possible similarities between women and bees of being busy working and 1 OFF concern them at all.As a complement of the punishment, Zeus decides in angry manner to make women evil with souls and deeds that are dreadfully wicked to the mortal men. As a part of their evil, the good they always have is convoyed now with their wickedness. For any man, who have decided not to be wed in order to avoid the arrows that women bring and responsibilities they carry, he will suffer alone when he reach an old age and he will live his last years alone with no wife, no children, and apparently no luck.
In the end, he will die, and his money will be divided among his cousins leaving no immortal sign for his existence. Even for a man who decided to be wed and have children, the evil or viciousness still continuously affects his life and makes him go through in a continuing sorrow that eats his insides and feeds on his heart and spirit. Unfortunately for him, that malady will not be cured by any possible rower in the world hunt him along until he dies.That decision of punishing the mortal men with that womanly evil is a considerable lesson not to go beyond Zeus will and deceive him be disobeying him. Even the son of Titan lappet’s, Prometheus, does not have the right in deceiving Zeus, but luckily for him, he escaped the consequences of challenging the might and great god of all and be punished as the mortal men. He already being punished by being confined with strong bands that do not give any chance to escape although he have the dexterity of performing tricks and artifices.