Musings – on the editor’s mind
June 15, 2022
Once there was a story about a women named Cassandra. She was conjured up in Greece, during a time of deceit and destruction, when shrill voices drove men to war against their brothers.
Cassandra was a princess of Troy, said to be the most beautiful of the king’s daughters. The god Apollo fell for her, naturally. He wooed her by promising her the power of prophecy, to see accurately into the future. Cassandra said yes, was given the gift, but then changed her mind, refusing Apollo's advances. In revenge, Apollo cursed her, decreeing that her prophecies would never be believed.
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