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Patron Muse

  • Mnemosyne
    Mnemosyne, the goddess of memory and remembrance, is the mother of all muses. Entrusted with the naming of things, she invented language, thus giving mortals communication options beyond pointing and grunting.
    Like many divine females, she caught the eye of Zeus, who came to her bed disguised as a shepherd. Mnemosyne and Zeus slept together for nine consecutive nights, engendering the nine Muses, patron goddesses of the arts, science, and history from which human culture springs.
    While there are no tales recounting Mnemosyne’s other deeds, she owns all tales, including yours and mine.