‘Once there was a king named Acrisius, he had a beautiful daughter named Danae. The oracle of Apollo told Acrisius that Danae’s son would one day kill him. Acrisius could not let that happen, so he locked Danae in a bronze tower so that she would never marry or have children.
‘The tower had no doors, but it had one very small window. Danae was very sad, but one day a bright shower of gold came through the small window. A man appeared, he had a thunderbolt in his hand and Danae knew he was a god, but she didn’t know which. The man said, “Yes, I am a god and I wish to make you my wife. I can make this dark prison a wonderful sunny land with many flowers.’
This is an article from: http://www.greekmythology.com/Myths/Heroes/Perseus/perseus.html
The article above is the story of Perseus, son of Zeus, while Perseus, the son of Poseidon, wasn’t even born because in the film Lightning Thief he goes to a museum and reads the plaque on the wall (Perseus, son of Zeus) which says his full name (Percy or Perseus) but when he hears his full name he knows there’s trouble.
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