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"Fishes and beasts and fowls of the air devour one another. But to man, Zeus has given justice. Beside Zeus on his throne Justice has her seat."
A quote from the ancient writer Hesiod. Introduction to Classical Mythology, p. 14

"That is what men asked themselves when the first stories were told to explain what was so mysterious, the changes always passing before their eyes, of day and night and the seasons and the stars in their courses."
Referring to using gods and mythology to explain natural phenomena and the changing seasons. The Two Great Gods of Earth, p. 56

"I know that you give no belief to such assertions because of those sacred and faithful promises given in the mysteries of Bacchus which we who are of that religious brotherhood know. We hold it firmly for an undoubted truth that our soul is incorruptible and immortal. We are to think...

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