Definition of Nyx


Nyx, in Greek mythology, is a goddess of the early days of creation.
Let's talk Aristophanes: "The black-winged Night (Nyx) laid an egg born of the wind, in the bosom of the dark and deep Erebus."
She herself says being the daughter of Chaos and she personifies the dark origins. Of Night and Death (Thanatos), are born Love (Eros), from the Night and Erebus, are born Day and Ether.
But parthenogenesis is up to date and Nyx designs Hypnos, the Hesperides as well as Eris (Discord), Apate (Dodge), Nemesis (Justice), and the Fates.

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