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Why Do People Worship Greek Sea God Poseidon?

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There are twelve most worshipped gods in ancient Greek religion. Today we are going to introduce one of the twelve gods, Poseidon, the sea god who is very much worshipped by Greek seamen and fishermen.

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Who is Sea God Poseidon:

You may often see a statue of Poseidon on a beach or other outdoor places. In common statues, the image of Poseidon God is often holding a trident, driving a chariot, accompanied by dolphins, and so on. This is because his father Cronus was afraid that his children would overthrow him, and every child would be eaten by Cronus as soon as it was born, and the youngest Zeus escaped. With the help of Zeus, Cronus vomited all the children in his womb. During the crusade against Cronus, the Cyclops helped Zeus create the thunderbolt, Poseidon the trident, and Hades the invisibility helmet. Help them overthrow Cronus’ rule. Later, the three brothers decided to draw lots to assign the ruling area. Poseidon won the lottery to manage the sea and became the god of the sea.

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Character Traits Introduction:

The sea God Poseidon was ambitious and bellicose. Not content with the power he wielded, he had conspired with Hera, Athena, and Apollo to remove Zeus from his throne. But the conspiracy failed, and Zeus discovered him, and he was banished to the mortal world to serve a mortal. With the help of Apollo, he built the famous wall of Troy for King Lao Seidon.

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Once Poseidon and Athena, the goddess of wisdom, fought for the protection of the city of Athens so that he could control the wealth of this wealthy city. Poseidon’s trident struck the sea, and a steed leaped out of the sea; Athena stuck her spear on the ground, and an olive tree grew on the ground. The horse is the driving force of the chariot and symbolizes war, while the olive tree is a symbol of peace and has considerable agricultural value. Zeus presided over the Olympian gods to vote and Athena won by a majority.

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The Origin of the Worship of the Sea God:

When the greek sea god Poseidon is angry, sea monsters will appear in the sea. When he wields his trident, he can not only easily set off huge waves, cause storms and tsunamis to sink the continent, crack the sky and the earth, but also smash everything into pieces, and even cause large waves. earthquake. As he drives his chariot across the sea, the waves become calm and dolphins follow. Therefore, Greek sailors and fishermen near the Aegean Sea worshipped him greatly. Statues about the sea god Poseidon also often appear on the seaside or in other places.

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Why Do People Buy Poseidon Sculptures?


Symbolism: Poseidon is the Greek god of the sea, earthquakes, and horses. So people might buy a Poseidon statue as a symbol of their love of the sea or their connection to horses. They may also see Poseidon as a symbol of strength, power, and protection.

Aesthetic Value: A good marble or bronze Poseidon God statue is often beautifully crafted and can add a unique and eye-catching element to any home or garden. Some people might buy a Poseidon statue simply for its aesthetic appeal.

Mythology and History Factor: For those interested in Greek mythology and history, a Poseidon statue can be a meaningful addition to their collection. They may appreciate the symbolism and stories associated with Poseidon and want to incorporate this into their decor.

Spiritual or Religious Factor: Some people may worship Poseidon God or see him as a spiritual figure. They might buy a statue of Poseidon as a way to honor and connect with the deity.

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Where Could You Buy a Poseidon Statue?

Mily factory has produced not only marble Poseidon statues but also bronze Poseidon statues. Our Poseidon statues for sale are well made and every detail is perfectly reproduced. And whether it is marble or bronze, it is made of A-grade materials. For example, the copper content of our bronze Poseidon statue is as high as 85%, and the thickness of the statue is as high as 8-10 mm. At the same time, we could also promise you a factory price. So, if you are interested in famous Greek god statues, or want to buy a Poseidon statue, please feel free to contact us.

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