The Stone of Plenty
The Horn of Plenty it is also called, for in ancient times, when gods walked the earth and magic was as common as pebbles are now, it provided a never-ending supply of fruit and grain.
Rare is the bard who knows and can sing of the Cornucopia’s true legend. They would sing that after his victory against the Titans, who ruled the earth before him and his kin, Zeus was in such high spirits, in such a mood to celebrate his triumph, that he turned to one of the great golden rams who served to draw his chariot and he broke off one of their horns. With his godly powers, he hollowed the horn and commanded it to produce fruits and flowers and nuts and grain for all the gods and all mortals on the earth to eat and enjoy. For Zeus had just become king of thunder and lightning and sky. King of the heavens.Read More The Stone of Plenty