She was born a mortal woman, with beauty that rivaled Aphrodite. Psyche is known from the story called The Golden Ass , written by Lucius Apuleius in the 2nd century. Psyche was the youngest daughter and the princess of a Greek king and queen. She also had two elder sisters. She was very beautiful. She was so beautiful that many people and priests started thinking of her as the Next Aphrodite.
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Eros and Psyche
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The myth of Eros and Psyche is probably one of the best love stories in classical mythology. Eros, son of Aphrodite, was the personification of intense love desire and he was depicted throwing arrows to people in order to hit their heart and make them fall in love. Psyche, a beautiful maiden, personifies the human soul. In fact, she is the symbol of the soul purified by passions and misfortunes and who is, from now on, prepared to enjoy eternal happiness. In the love story of Eros Cupid in Latin and Psyche meaning "soul" in Greek , we can see the perseverance of a man even when he is possessed by passion and the effort of a woman to overcome many obstacles in order to achieve the happiness of love. Once upon a time, there was a king who had three wonderful daughters. The youngest, Psyche, was much more beautiful than her two sisters and looked like a goddess among mere mortals.
And how could he not be? This is the story of how Eros himself once fell in love with someone; and how that someone was willing to do anything not to lose him. Once upon a time there lived in the West parts a king and a queen who had three daughters, all of them beautiful beyond belief. However — thinking her an embodiment or an unknown daughter of Aphrodite — nobody had even dared to ask for the hand of Psyche , who, consequently, started hating herself for her own beauty.
Pysche was originally a mortal princess. She was compared to Aphrodite by her admirers, who, neglecting to pray to the goddess, made offerings to Psyche. In jealous revenge, the goddess of love bid her son Eros to shoot Psyche with an arrow, to make her fall in love with the next person she saw. He forbade her to look at him or he would have to leave forever. One night, she light a candle and saw his face.