Astraeus (Titan) of dusk, stars, planets, & art of astrology

Ἀστραῖος (Astraîos)1)https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Greek_mythological_figures  Other Titans Titan of dusk, stars, and planets, and the art of astrology.


In Greek mythology, Astraeus /əˈstrəs/ (Greek: Ἀστραῖος) was an astrological deity and the Titan-god of the dusk. Some also associate him with the winds, as he is the father of the four Anemoi/wind deities.

In Hesiod‘s Theogony and in the Bibliotheca, Astraeus is a second-generation Titan, descended from Crius and Eurybia.[1] However, Hyginus wrote that he was descended directly from Tartarus and Gaia, and referred to him as one of the Gigantes.

Appropriately, as god of the dusk, Astraeus married Eos, goddess of the dawn. Together as nightfall and daybreak they produced many children who are associated with what occurs in the sky during twilight.

They had many sons, the four Anemoi (“Winds”): Boreas, Notus, Eurus, and Zephyrus,[2] and the five Astra Planeta (“Wandering Stars”, i.e. planets): Phainon (Saturn), Phaethon (Jupiter), Pyroeis (Mars), Eosphoros/Hesperos (Venus), and Stilbon (Mercury).[3] A few sources mention one daughter, Astraea, the goddess of innocence and, sometimes, justice.[4]

He is also sometimes associated with Aeolus, the Keeper of the Winds, since winds often swell up around dusk.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astraeus

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Astraeus (Titan) of dusk, stars, planets, & art of astrology
Name Astraeus (Titan) of dusk, stars, planets, & art of astrology
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Half-Siblings

Name Birth Death
Pallas (Titan) of warcraftasdasds   
Perses (Titan) of destructionasdasds   

References

↑ 1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Greek_mythological_figures

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