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Thu, 09 Jul 2009
From King Midas to Persephone and Pomeganates, all at Camalot. Here in diddilydeedotsdreamland

King Midas was a very wealthy king. Collecting gold was his hobby, his joy and his life. One day as he sat counting his wealth he saw an old man asleep under a tree. He saw that it was Silenus from the court of Dionysus, God of wine. Midas was cunning and treated Silenus like a king for ten days before taking him back to Dionysus. Dionysus was grateful for the care lavished on his old servant and told King Midas that he would grant any wish that he made. Midas asked that anything he touched would be turned to gold. Dionysus Even
the flowers turned to goldgranted his wish but warned him about his greed. Midas was very happy. He touched a tree and it turned to gold. He touched the walls of his palace and it turned to gold. He touched his horse, then his servant, his food and finally his children. Everything turned to gold. Pomegranate Tree
 A Little of Greek Mythology
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The Pomegranate Seeds

The Pomegranate was often used as a herbal remedy to lengthen life and restore vigou r, these qualities often made it a symbolic link between the living and the dead.


Zeus and Demeter had a beautiful daughter called Persephone. Hades fell in love with her and wanted to marry her.

Hades asked Zeus if he could marry her, Zeus dare not say no because he did not want to upset Hades. He knew that if he said yes Demeter would be angry. Whatever he answered would be wrong, so he did not answer. Zeus hoped that Hades would just forget Persephone.

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