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Oh right that guy. So we've got... constant banging, unbirth, castration, and like... getting pregnant from the biggest toilet seat ever as potential things to reference. That's all still dirty.Some Mythology Site or Something said:According to myth, Uranus came to Gaia every night and sired the children upon her, but he disliked all of them. He considered them threats to his power. Though his Titan children could be quite beautiful, Uranus was so repelled by the sight of the Hecatoncheires that he tried to push them back into Gaia’s womb, which caused her terrible pain. Eventually, Uranus imprisoned the Cyclopes and the Hecatoncheires in Tartarus, a gloomy place that lay beneath the Earth or Hades.
This caused Gaia to resent Uranus even more, and she plotted with her Titan children to at least overthrow him, since Uranus was immortal and couldn’t be killed. Only her youngest son Cronus agreed to the plot, because he wanted to replace his father as leader of the gods. Gaia fashioned a sickle of flint and gave it to him.
One night, when Uranus came to Gaia, his sons ambushed him and held him down while Cronus used the sickle to castrate him. He threw both the sickle and Uranus’ genitals into the sea. The blood from the mutilation fell on the earth and gave rise to the Gigantes, or Giants; the ash tree nymphs called the Meliae and the Furies, or the Erinyes. Some myths claim that the Telchines, gods who settled the isle of Rhodes, were also born at this time. The goddess Aphrodite arose from the genitals that were tossed into the sea.