By Zoe Samuel on May 02, 2018
The Ancient Greek gods and goddesses were not deities in the way we see the modern monotheistic God today. They were immortals of great power but subject to the same petty jealousies, rivalries, ambitious, weaknesses and strengths as us mere humans.
They could be kind, benevolent, and protective of those they loved or who gave them sacrifices and other tributes. They could also be vengeful and cruel beyond human imagining. The whole spectrum of human emotion and behavior could be found among them, writ large and far more powerful.
That means, of course, that no matter what your personality, there's a Greek goddess with whom you might find you have a great deal in common. Perhaps you're most like the mighty Athena, who prizes logic and reason. Perhaps you are constantly reinventing yourself and unafraid of change, like Eos.
Maybe you are a righteous soul who loves nothing more than to see justice done, but who understands the problems inherent in bringing it to fruition, like Themis. Or maybe you are a homebody like Hestia, who loves hearth and home above all and likes to spend her time in a domestic setting surrounded by family. Tell us about you, and we'll tell you which of these goddesses you are most like!