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Head of Thetis from an Attic red-figure pelike, c. Thetis as the creator of the universe. You, goddess, went and saved him from that indignity. Olympians, and some readers, such as M. Homer’s to support Achilles’ request that his mother intervene with Zeus. Nereid sisters, and links the goddess’s present and past through her grief. Eos and Thetis flank the symmetrically opposed heroes, Achilles and Memnon, with a theme that may have been derived from traditional epic songs.
Thus, she is revealed as a figure of cosmic capacity, quite capable of unsettling the divine order. These accounts associate Thetis with “a divine past—uninvolved with human events—with a level of divine invulnerability extraordinary by Olympian standards. Thetis’s son would become greater than his father, like Zeus had dethroned his father to led the succeeding pantheon. Peleus to find the sea nymph when she was asleep and bind her tightly to keep her from escaping by changing forms. She did shift shapes, becoming flame, water, a raging lioness, and a serpent. Subdued, she then consented to marry him.
At the wedding Chiron gave Peleus an ashen spear that had been polished by Athene and had a blade forged by Hephaestus. Thetis to his son, Achilles. She threw, in spite, a golden apple into the midst of the goddesses that was to be awarded only “to the fairest. When Peleus caught her searing the baby, he let out a cry. Thetis heard him, and catching up the child threw him screaming to the ground, and she like a breath of wind passed swiftly from the hall as a dream and leapt into the sea, exceeding angry, and thereafter returned never again. However, the heel by which she held him was not touched by the Styx’s waters, and failed to be protected.
Some myths relate that because she had been interrupted by Peleus, Thetis had not made her son physically invulnerable. His heel, which she was about to burn away when her husband stopped her, had not been protected. Prophecy said that the son of Thetis would have either a long but dull life, or a glorious but brief one. When Odysseus found that one of the girls at court was not a girl, he came up with a plan.