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STRENGTH. MIGHT. PROUD

HERA

Hera - Goddess of the Earth

Hera is the goddess of the earth and its inhabitants, especially women and their sexuality. Mistress of births, creator, mother of all goddesses, guardian of paradise, the “apple land”.

One of Hera's characteristics was her great beauty, which filled her with great pride. At the same time, the goddess was also considered very vain and concerned with her appearance. Hera's body is described as slim and tall. Without being too delicate, her body was shapely.

Through her protruding chin, the goddess demonstrated her determination.
Hera's hallmarks included a royal tiara that she wore on her head and her scepter. She demonstrated her dominance with both utensils.

Watch like a hawk

According to mythology, Argus was a huge man with a hundred eyes, most of which were always awake while some were asleep. He was considered extremely vigilant and was known for observing everything around him and not overlooking anything.

Hera, commissioned Argus to guard the nymph Io. Io was a lover of Zeus. She was jealous and wanted to make sure Zeus' infidelity didn't go unnoticed. She turned Io into a cow to hide her from others' eyes.

Argus was appointed as a guardian for the supposed cow Io. He constantly watched her with his hundred eyes to ensure that she did not escape or be visited by Zeus.

To save Io, Zeus finally sent the god Hermes to kill Argus. Hermes played his flute and told the giant a captivating story. Argus gradually became sleepy, and when he fell asleep, Hermes killed him and freed Io.

The name "Hera" comes from Greek mythology and refers to one of the most important goddesses of the ancient Greek pantheon.

The name Hera comes from Greek mythology and means “the strong” or “the powerful”. Hera was often depicted as a powerful and venerable goddess who oversaw marriage, childbirth and the family.

The name Hera is also known outside of mythological contexts and is occasionally used as a female first name, often in reference to the majestic and powerful nature of the Greek goddess.

One of Hera's characteristics was her great beauty, which filled her with great pride.

At the same time, the goddess was also considered very vain and concerned with her appearance.

Hera's body is described as slim and tall. Without being too delicate, her body was shapely.

Through her protruding chin, the goddess demonstrated her determination.

Hera's hallmarks included a royal tiara that she wore on her head and her scepter. She demonstrated her dominance with both utensils.

"A great victory requires a great risk."

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