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The latter union was not truly of Aphrodite's own choosing as Zeus forced her to unite with Anchises as punishment for using her powers to join the gods in unions with mortals and then taunting them with that fact.
The most famous of Venus' earthly relationships was to the mortal Adonis, a Phoenician prince, one of the most attractive men in the lands ruled by Ancient Greece, although his life was cut short in the prime of his youth.
(Some myths claim they were children of Hephaestus.) To Hermes, she bore Hermaphroditus, to Poseidon she bore Rhode and Herophile and to Dionysus she bore Priapus - who had huge genitals magically given to him by Hera in disapproval for Aphrodite's promiscuity.
Eventually alerted about his wife by the sun-god Helios, Hephaestus caught Venus and Ares together in one of their unions, and to this day Venus and Hephaestus have been estranged.
In turn, Venus had several affairs while wedded to Hephaestus with both gods and mortals.
Most notably she cheated on him with Ares, Dionysus, Hermes and Poseidon.
This union however was much to Aphrodite's disapproval.
Around 50 BC, Aphrodite encountered and fell in love with Narcissus, who rejected her love.If you’re not aware of this, check the tag – Uranus square Pluto. To have the outer planets in harmonious alignment is also no small thing. Think about an orchestra playing out of tune, completely off key; blaring, jarring, loud, killing ears around the world for And then what happens? Gaea (great-grandmother); Ouranos (great-grandfather, deceased); Cronus (paternal grandfather, possibly deceased); Rhea (paternal grandmother); Zeus (father); Dione (mother); Hera (aunt / step-mother / ex-mother-in-law); Demeter (aunt); Poseidon, Hades (uncles); Athena, Artemis, Discord, Eilethyia (paternal half-sisters); Ares, Apollo, Hermes, Dionysus (paternal half-brothers); Hephaestus (paternal half-brother / ex-husband); Harmonia (daughter); Cupid (son); Aeneas (son, deceased); Julius Caesar, Arthur Pendragon (descendants, deceased); Venus was known as Aphrodite by her earliest worshipers in ancient Greece.She bore children to all of them except Hephaestus.She also bore Aeneas, the ancestor of the Romans, to the mortal Anchines.
Venus promised him the most beautiful woman in all of Greece who at the time was Helen, her half-sister by Zeus.