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Kid Rock Crashes Podcast And Things Get Really Weird

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Published on 04 Mar 2021 / In Entertainment

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Johnny Exodice
Johnny Exodice 1 month ago

​ @Martin Liedtke O.K. just one more at 1:34:34 AIOLOS (Aeolus) was the divine keeper of the winds and king of the mythical, floating island of Aiolia (Aeolia). He kept the violent Storm-Winds locked safely away inside the cavernous interior of his isle, releasing them only at the command of greatest gods to wreak devastation upon the world.

The hero Odysseus once visited Aiolos' isle and was entrusted with a bag containing all of the Storm-Winds to ensure a safe voyage home. However, during the trip, the hero's greedy companions opened the bag in a search for gold and the escaping winds carried their ship all the way back to Aiolos' shore.

The Winds were often conceived of as horse-shaped gods or spirits, and as such Aiolos was titled Hippotades, "the reiner of horses," from the Greek words hippos ("horse") and tadên ("reined in tightly").

Homer's wind-god Aiolos bears many similarities to Hesiod's Ouranos (Uranus)--both are described as having six sons and daughers joined in wedlock, and both kept a group of storm-spirits locked behind a threshold of bronze. In the case of Ouranos, the twelve children were the Titan-gods, and the storm-gods were the Hekatonkheires (Hecatoncheires) and Kyklopes (Cyclopes) in Tartaros.
Aiolos also resembles Astraios (Astraeus), Hesiod's father of the winds and stars. Stesichorus seems to confirm this connection when he describes Aiolos Hippotades as the cousin of Iris Thaumantias ("the wondrous rainbow") for Astraios was a son of Eurybia and Iris a daughter of Eurybia's brother Thaumas.
It should also be noted that the Greek words aiolos ("glittering"), aiolokhros ("spangled"), and astraios ("starry") were all adjectives applied to the starry night-sky (ouranos). https://www.theoi.com/Titan/Aiolos.html Johnny Exodice on mewe.com #TheCrewRRR π ∞ Σ

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