Top 10 Most Bizarre Beliefs in Greek Mythology

The three sisters called Moirai controlled the fates of both Gods and mortals. Credits: Best Of All Topics

The three sisters called Moirai controlled the fates of both Gods and mortals. Credits: Best Of All Topics

Greek religion spread across vast lands and seas due to the influence of the Greek civilization. With their civilization came their dominion, both cultural and economical. Consequently, Greek religion became widespread and known to many peoples, which led to its omnipresence in the ancient world. Though people got to know the Greek pantheon, there still are some unknown or better yet bizarre beliefs that we have not heard of.


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Greeks Believed In Fate

Though Greek Religion was polytheistic, there was still one god beyond others. That, clearly, was Zeus, the mightiest of all gods. Despite his powerful force, he also was susceptible to Destiny or Fate, if you like, just like any other god. According to the sayings of The Delphic Oracle, no god was in a position to escape his appointed fate.

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