";s:4:"text";s:2215:" His Roman counterpart is Vulcan. Hephaestus Calms Hera. Als er landete, waren beide Beine gebrochen, und er wurde in die Obhut der Seemymphe Thetis gebracht. Instead Hephaestus made him run away throwing firebrands at him, and Ares made a shameful … So, Zeus sent his son Ares, god of war, to bring Hephaestus back to let Hera loose. Hephaestus is the Greek god of forges, fire, technology, craftsmen, sculptors, volcanoes, and blacksmiths. When Hera saw the unsightly appearance of her son, she threw him from Mount Olympus, crippling him forever. Hephaestus hatte keinen guten Anfang.
He is a son of Hera. Er machte so schöne Schmuck aus Schalen und Perlen für … Hephaestus took his mother's part, and in anger, Zeus threw Hephaestus off Mount Olympus. Hephaestus suffered two falls from Mount Olympus, both humiliating and painful—gods aren't supposed to feel pain. Through her own power, Hera got pregnant with Hephaestus, which may explain why he was deformed at birth. Er war so hässlich, als er geboren wurde, dass Hera ihn vom Olymp abfuhr, wütend, dass sein Blick nicht ausreichen würde, um Zeus Aufmerksamkeit von seinen unehelichen Kindern zu wenden. Even though everyone tried to free Hera from the great trap, Hephaestus’ design was so clever that none could detach the ropes. The first contribution Hephaestus has to the events of The Iliad is to be the calming voice in an argument between Zeus, king of the gods, and Hera, queen of the gods.