In addition to being an immortal god, Ares possessed overwhelming strength and physicality. He was always armored and armed, and rode a huge chariot flanked by the demigods Phobos, Enyo, his sister Eris and Deimos. Ares was the Greek god of war and the son of Zeus and Hera.

Phobos was the demigod of fear, Enyo of horror, Eris of strife and Deimos of terror. Ares was invulnerable to man-made weapons, unless the man attacking was aided by a god. In fact, he often lost altercations with his fellow gods, such as when the goddess Athena defeated him on the battlefields of Troy.

In addition to being an immortal god, Ares possessed overwhelming strength and physicality. He was always armored and armed, and rode a huge chariot flanked by the demigods Phobos, Enyo, his sister Eris and Deimos. Ares was the Greek god of war and the son of Zeus and Hera.

Phobos was the demigod of fear, Enyo of horror, Eris of strife and Deimos of terror. Ares was invulnerable to man-made weapons, unless the man attacking was aided by a god. In fact, he often lost altercations with his fellow gods, such as when the goddess Athena defeated him on the battlefields of Troy.

BELLEROPHONTES (Bellerophon) was one of the most celebrated heroes of myth. He was a son of the god Poseidon and Eurynome, wife of King Glaukos (Glaucus) of Korinthos (Corinth). In his youth Bellerophontes captured the winged horse Pegasos as it came to drink from the town's fountain.

He was later exiled for the murder of a family member and journeyed to the court of King Proitos (Proetus) in Argos for purification. The queen, however, developed a lust for the hero and when he spurned her, she told her husband he had tried to violate her.

Proitos then sent him off to King Iobates in Lykia (Lycia) with a closed letter requesting the youth be put to death. Iobates was reluctant to do this himself and so commanded Bellerophontes to slay the fire-breathing Khimaira (Chimera) which was ravaging the land. He rode into battle against the beast on the back of Pegasos and slew it by driving a lead-tipped spear into its fiery gullet.

In addition to being an immortal god, Ares possessed overwhelming strength and physicality. He was always armored and armed, and rode a huge chariot flanked by the demigods Phobos, Enyo, his sister Eris and Deimos. Ares was the Greek god of war and the son of Zeus and Hera.

Phobos was the demigod of fear, Enyo of horror, Eris of strife and Deimos of terror. Ares was invulnerable to man-made weapons, unless the man attacking was aided by a god. In fact, he often lost altercations with his fellow gods, such as when the goddess Athena defeated him on the battlefields of Troy.

BELLEROPHONTES (Bellerophon) was one of the most celebrated heroes of myth. He was a son of the god Poseidon and Eurynome, wife of King Glaukos (Glaucus) of Korinthos (Corinth). In his youth Bellerophontes captured the winged horse Pegasos as it came to drink from the town's fountain.

He was later exiled for the murder of a family member and journeyed to the court of King Proitos (Proetus) in Argos for purification. The queen, however, developed a lust for the hero and when he spurned her, she told her husband he had tried to violate her.

Proitos then sent him off to King Iobates in Lykia (Lycia) with a closed letter requesting the youth be put to death. Iobates was reluctant to do this himself and so commanded Bellerophontes to slay the fire-breathing Khimaira (Chimera) which was ravaging the land. He rode into battle against the beast on the back of Pegasos and slew it by driving a lead-tipped spear into its fiery gullet.


Typhon (Ancient Greek: Τυφῶν ), also known as Typhoeus (Ancient Greek: Τυφωεύς ), Typhaon (Ancient Greek: Τυφάων ), or Typhos (Ancient Greek: Τυφώς ), was the last son of Gaia , and the most deadly monster in Greek mythology , as well as the god of storms and monsters. He was forced to fight Zeus at the will of Gaia, because Zeus had imprisoned her children, the Titans .

Typhon was described as being so tall his head often touched the stars, and his arms stretched to both east and west. He was said to have over a hundred serpent heads, and his eyes flashed fire. Instead of legs, he had twin serpents that served as legs. With Echidna, he became the father of some of Greek mythology's most famous beasts, such as the Chimera, the Hydra, the Nemean Lion and the Sphinx.

In the Iwamoto Naoki manga Magico , Typhon serves as the final villain and as the creator of Anise, magic and the Echidna. He lives on the moon, the head of Echidna, performing a ritual to grant him seemingly limitless magical power by crucifying himself for exactly 15 years, 15 days, 15 hours and 15 minutes. His goal was to use this power to reunite Echidna and then combine his own and Echdna's power to erase the universe and create one where only he and Echidna existed. He was defeated by Shion and Emma's love.

In Greek mythology, the Chimera was a fearsome, fire-breathing monster with a lion's head, a goat's body, and a dragon's tail. She terrorized the people of Lycia until their king, Iobates, asked the hero Bellerophon to slay her. Iobates had an ulterior motive; his son-in-law wanted Bellerophon killed and the king was sure the Chimera would do the job. But Bellerophon called in Pegasus, the winged horse, and brought the Chimera down from above. The beast lived on in people's imaginations, and English speakers adopted her name for any similarly grotesque monster, or, later, for anything fanciful.

Latin chimaera , from Greek chimaira she-goat, chimera; akin to Old Norse gymbr yearling ewe, Greek cheimōn winter — more at hibernate

actuality , fact , reality ;

United States research scientists are already creating half-human, half-animal embryos , which they say will help them find cures for a wide range of illnesses by giving them better models by which to study the progression of diseases. One major aim of these experiments is to create farm animals that would have the internal organs of human beings. Once matured, the organs would be harvested from the chimeras and transplanted into human beings in need of organ replacements.

Even in writing, this practice seems to present a quagmire of ethical dilemmas, many of which might not have been considered by the scientists moving forward with these experiments. Merely creating the chimeras seems like a highly questionable practice, invoking the lessons learned from stories like Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and The Island of Dr. Moreau , written by H.G. Wells, and yet it seems we haven’t seriously taken the warnings found in these fables.

While the practice of creating chimeras is still growing in popularity amid the scientific community, many bioethicists and scientists are already questioning the morality of these projects. One such person, Stuart Newman, who is the Professor of Cell Biology at New York Medical College, says he finds news of this practice unsettling, adding that creating chimeras damages “our sense of humanity.”

In addition to being an immortal god, Ares possessed overwhelming strength and physicality. He was always armored and armed, and rode a huge chariot flanked by the demigods Phobos, Enyo, his sister Eris and Deimos. Ares was the Greek god of war and the son of Zeus and Hera.

Phobos was the demigod of fear, Enyo of horror, Eris of strife and Deimos of terror. Ares was invulnerable to man-made weapons, unless the man attacking was aided by a god. In fact, he often lost altercations with his fellow gods, such as when the goddess Athena defeated him on the battlefields of Troy.

BELLEROPHONTES (Bellerophon) was one of the most celebrated heroes of myth. He was a son of the god Poseidon and Eurynome, wife of King Glaukos (Glaucus) of Korinthos (Corinth). In his youth Bellerophontes captured the winged horse Pegasos as it came to drink from the town's fountain.

He was later exiled for the murder of a family member and journeyed to the court of King Proitos (Proetus) in Argos for purification. The queen, however, developed a lust for the hero and when he spurned her, she told her husband he had tried to violate her.

Proitos then sent him off to King Iobates in Lykia (Lycia) with a closed letter requesting the youth be put to death. Iobates was reluctant to do this himself and so commanded Bellerophontes to slay the fire-breathing Khimaira (Chimera) which was ravaging the land. He rode into battle against the beast on the back of Pegasos and slew it by driving a lead-tipped spear into its fiery gullet.


Typhon (Ancient Greek: Τυφῶν ), also known as Typhoeus (Ancient Greek: Τυφωεύς ), Typhaon (Ancient Greek: Τυφάων ), or Typhos (Ancient Greek: Τυφώς ), was the last son of Gaia , and the most deadly monster in Greek mythology , as well as the god of storms and monsters. He was forced to fight Zeus at the will of Gaia, because Zeus had imprisoned her children, the Titans .

Typhon was described as being so tall his head often touched the stars, and his arms stretched to both east and west. He was said to have over a hundred serpent heads, and his eyes flashed fire. Instead of legs, he had twin serpents that served as legs. With Echidna, he became the father of some of Greek mythology's most famous beasts, such as the Chimera, the Hydra, the Nemean Lion and the Sphinx.

In the Iwamoto Naoki manga Magico , Typhon serves as the final villain and as the creator of Anise, magic and the Echidna. He lives on the moon, the head of Echidna, performing a ritual to grant him seemingly limitless magical power by crucifying himself for exactly 15 years, 15 days, 15 hours and 15 minutes. His goal was to use this power to reunite Echidna and then combine his own and Echdna's power to erase the universe and create one where only he and Echidna existed. He was defeated by Shion and Emma's love.

In Greek mythology, the Chimera was a fearsome, fire-breathing monster with a lion's head, a goat's body, and a dragon's tail. She terrorized the people of Lycia until their king, Iobates, asked the hero Bellerophon to slay her. Iobates had an ulterior motive; his son-in-law wanted Bellerophon killed and the king was sure the Chimera would do the job. But Bellerophon called in Pegasus, the winged horse, and brought the Chimera down from above. The beast lived on in people's imaginations, and English speakers adopted her name for any similarly grotesque monster, or, later, for anything fanciful.

Latin chimaera , from Greek chimaira she-goat, chimera; akin to Old Norse gymbr yearling ewe, Greek cheimōn winter — more at hibernate

actuality , fact , reality ;

In addition to being an immortal god, Ares possessed overwhelming strength and physicality. He was always armored and armed, and rode a huge chariot flanked by the demigods Phobos, Enyo, his sister Eris and Deimos. Ares was the Greek god of war and the son of Zeus and Hera.

Phobos was the demigod of fear, Enyo of horror, Eris of strife and Deimos of terror. Ares was invulnerable to man-made weapons, unless the man attacking was aided by a god. In fact, he often lost altercations with his fellow gods, such as when the goddess Athena defeated him on the battlefields of Troy.

BELLEROPHONTES (Bellerophon) was one of the most celebrated heroes of myth. He was a son of the god Poseidon and Eurynome, wife of King Glaukos (Glaucus) of Korinthos (Corinth). In his youth Bellerophontes captured the winged horse Pegasos as it came to drink from the town's fountain.

He was later exiled for the murder of a family member and journeyed to the court of King Proitos (Proetus) in Argos for purification. The queen, however, developed a lust for the hero and when he spurned her, she told her husband he had tried to violate her.

Proitos then sent him off to King Iobates in Lykia (Lycia) with a closed letter requesting the youth be put to death. Iobates was reluctant to do this himself and so commanded Bellerophontes to slay the fire-breathing Khimaira (Chimera) which was ravaging the land. He rode into battle against the beast on the back of Pegasos and slew it by driving a lead-tipped spear into its fiery gullet.


Typhon (Ancient Greek: Τυφῶν ), also known as Typhoeus (Ancient Greek: Τυφωεύς ), Typhaon (Ancient Greek: Τυφάων ), or Typhos (Ancient Greek: Τυφώς ), was the last son of Gaia , and the most deadly monster in Greek mythology , as well as the god of storms and monsters. He was forced to fight Zeus at the will of Gaia, because Zeus had imprisoned her children, the Titans .

Typhon was described as being so tall his head often touched the stars, and his arms stretched to both east and west. He was said to have over a hundred serpent heads, and his eyes flashed fire. Instead of legs, he had twin serpents that served as legs. With Echidna, he became the father of some of Greek mythology's most famous beasts, such as the Chimera, the Hydra, the Nemean Lion and the Sphinx.

In the Iwamoto Naoki manga Magico , Typhon serves as the final villain and as the creator of Anise, magic and the Echidna. He lives on the moon, the head of Echidna, performing a ritual to grant him seemingly limitless magical power by crucifying himself for exactly 15 years, 15 days, 15 hours and 15 minutes. His goal was to use this power to reunite Echidna and then combine his own and Echdna's power to erase the universe and create one where only he and Echidna existed. He was defeated by Shion and Emma's love.

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