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What is Pandora's Playground

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A Dark Release
All so familar yet all so brand new
All a disaster such beauty anew
Renewed such a drive set deep within me
Renewed such a place never thought that I'd be
Grows strong from the depths of the wicked do grow
Before reaching darkness then release and let go
I ran from the darkness all chasing light
Now settled in pleasure all now seems so right.


According to Greek mythology, Pandora, meaning "all gifts" was the first woman.
Like many mortals, she was just conduit for the gods to exact revenge on one another.
In this scenario, Pandora was Zeus's form of revenge for Prometheus for stealing fire from the heavens and gifting it to humanity.
 The theme of "Pandora's Box" is similar to the metaphor "curiosity killed the cat". However, though Pandora did open the box when she was told not to, the message of hope remaining throughout troubling times is a second theme within the story.

Zeus sent Pandora down to earth and gave her as a present to Prometheus' brother, Epimetheus. Zeus told Epimetheus that he should marry Pandora. Also, Zeus sentPandora with a little box, with a big lock on it (Actually in the earliest versions of thisstory it is a sealed pottery vase).

According to the myth, Pandora opened a jar (pithos), in modern accounts sometimes mistranslated as "Pandora's box" (see below), releasing all the evils of humanity—although the particular evils, aside from plagues and diseases, are not specified in detail by Hesiod—leaving only Hope inside once she had closed it again 
Zeus had packed the box full of all the terrible evils he could think of. Out of the box poured disease, poverty, death, sadness - all shaped like tiny buzzing moths. The creatures stung Pandora over and over again and she slammed the lid shut.

Hephaestus molded her out of clay and gave her form; Athena clothed her and adorned her with necklaces made by Hephaestus as well as taught her manual dexterity and how to spin; Aphrodite gave her beauty; Apollo gave her musical talent and a gift for healing; Demeter taught her to tend a garden; Poseidon gave her a pearl necklace and the ability to never drown; Zeus made her idle, mischievous, and foolish; Hera gave her curiosity; Hermes, along with giving her cunning, boldness and charm, then gave Pandora a box. The name Pandora, thus, derives from the fact she's received gifts from all deities: "all gifts".
  1. "Do not open the dowry from the gods."

    "Oh dear husband I will not do such a thing."

    But Pandora was known for more than just her beauty, music talent, boldness, and charm. For the gods also bestowed upon her curiosity, mischiviousness, and foolishness.
  2. Zeus sent Pandora down to earth and gave her as a present to Prometheus' brother, Epimetheus. 

Something Wicked

They say it is evil
I say it is joy
The look on your face
When you're feining for more
Delighted by lust
I see in your eyes
Take hold of me now
​And gift me with cries