Snow Day

Well God Boreas and Goddess Khione created a snow day on the East Coast.  

Boreas is the Greek God of the North Wind and Winter. Boreas is the son of Eos (Goddess of Dawn) and the Titan Astraeus and the brother of Zephyrus, Eurus and Notus. Unlike the gentle Zephyrus, however, the violent and stormy North Wind was capable of terrific destruction. Gods often appealed to him to torment mortals, such as the time Hera asked him to shipwreck the hero Heracles (Roman’s Hercules) on the island of Cos. Still, he often helped sailors by providing them with a friendly breeze. Him and his brothers works under Aeolus, Master of the Winds.
He is at home beside the river Strymon, but also inhabits a castle on Mount Haemus, a favorite haunt of the monster Typhon. Boreas blew from the north, whistling through his conch. He often is depicted as being amber-winged, extremely strong, sporting a beard, and normally clad in a short pleated tunic. Boreas can change to his Roman form, Aquilon when he was worship  by Romans. Here he becomes more warlike and militaristic. As Aquilon, he is described as muscular built, no beard, a gladius at his side, and a toga lined with purple. He still has amber wings.



Khione (χιών in Ancient Greek) is the Greek Goddess of snow. Khione is the daughter of Boreas, the North Wind and Oreithyia, whom he abducted. Khione is a beautiful, young looking woman. With black, flowing long hair reaching down to her shoulders and sapphire blue eyes, she could truly make any man look twice. Her full lips tend to send a shiver down most people's spines, however, as they are as colorless. Almost as if she had been surrounded by ice all her life. However, her smile seems oddly heartwarming, as if she can make the ice she represents melt.

She was loved by Poseidon and had him a son, Eumolpus. In fear of her father's wrath, she cast the child in the sea. Poseidon however witnessed this and carried the child to safety in Ethipoia. Poseidon saved him and entrusted him to the care of Benthesikyme. The Eumolpidae in charge of the Eleusinian mysteries claimed descent from her, as the mother of Eumolpus with Poseidon.

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