►Greek Mythology: “Eros and Psyche”:
The myth of Eros and Psyche was originally a story by Apuleius, written in the 2nd century BC.
The Greek name for “Butterfly” is “Psyche”, which also means “Soul”.
Hence Psyche represented the soul, being as she was an extremely beautiful Princess from Sicily.
Being jealous due to men’s admiration for Psyche, Goddess Aphrodite asked her son, Eros, to poison men’ souls in order to kill off their desire for Psyche.
But when he intended in vain to do that, Eros also fell in love with Psyche.
As Psyche was single, her parents became so desperate because of their daughter’s destiny and had no choice but to ask for an oracle, hoping that they would manage to solve the mystery and give a husband to their daughter.
The oracle said that Psyche would marry an ugly beast…
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