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ASCENDED MASTER INDEX

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Ascended Master Pallas Athena


Pallas Athena is the goddess of wisdom, courage, inspiration, civilization, law and justice, strategic warfare, mathematics, strength, strategy, the arts, crafts, and skill. She is known most specifically for her strategic skill in warfare and is often portrayed as companion of heroes and is the patron goddess of heroic endeavors.

Athena is said to be born from Zeus after he experienced an enormous headache and she sprang fully grown and in armor from his forehead. She has no mother but one of the most commonly cited stories is that Zeus lay with Metis, the goddess of crafty thought and wisdom, and then swallowed her whole as he feared she will give birth to a child more powerful than him because of a prophecy – but she had already conceived. When she leapt fully grown from Zeus' head, the gods were awestruck by Athena's appearance and even Helios, the god of the sun, stopped his chariot in the sky. It was recorded that she "cried aloud with a mighty shout" and that "the Sky and mother Earth shuddered before her."

Athena guided the hero Perseus in his quest to behead Medusa. She and Hermes, the god of travelers, appeared to Perseus after he set off on his quest and gifted him with tools he would need to kill the Gorgon. Athena gave Perseus a polished bronze shield to view Medusa's reflection rather than looking at her directly and thereby avoid being turned to stone. When Perseus swung his blade to behead Medusa, Athena guided it, allowing his scythe to cut it clean off. Athena is also frequently shown in art aiding the hero Heracles. In The Odyssey, Odysseus' cunning and shrewd nature quickly won Athena's favor.

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