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  Mars (mythology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Initially the Roman god of fertility and vegetation and a protector of cattle, fields and boundaries, Mars later became associated with battle and identified with the Greek god Ares.
Mars was sometimes associated with Quirinus, a Sabine deity said to be the Spirit of Romulus, the founder of Rome.
Mars Albiorix was worshiped as protector of the Albici tribe of southern France, and was regarded as a mountain god.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mars_(god)   (1395 words)

 Mars (god) - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Mars (god)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In Roman mythology, the god of war (Mars Gradivus), depicted as a fearless warrior.
Together with Jupiter and Quirinius, a Sabine war god, he was one of the three great guardians of Rome.
Mars was also a god of agriculture, and protector of cattle.
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 Mars (god)
Mars was Roman god of war, the son of Juno and a magical flower (or Jupiter).
Initially the Roman god of fertility and vegetation, and protector of cattle, the Mars deity later became associated with battle.
Mars, unlike his Greek counterpart, Ares, was more widely worshipped than any of the other Roman gods, probably because his sons Romulus and Remus were said to have founded Rome; the Romans called themselves sons of Mars.
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 Mars, God of War
Mars, the Roman God of War, was one of the most worshipped and revered gods throughout ancient Rome.
Mars held a special place in the Roman Pantheon not only for his patronly influence, but because of the importance of military achievement in the republic and the Roman Empire, conquering Northern Africa and much of Europe and the Middle East.
He was a god of spring, growth in nature, and fertility, and the protector of cattle.
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 Mars - God of War - Crystalinks
Mars is the Roman God of war, and one of the most prominent and worshipped gods.
Mars is also mentioned as a chthonic god (earth-god) and this could explain why he became a god of death and finally a god of war.
Mars is portrayed as a warrior in full battle armor, wearing a crested helmet and bearing a shield.
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The god of war, and one of the most prominent and worshipped gods.
According to some sources, Mars is the father of Romulus and Remus by the Vestal Ilia (Rhea Silvia).
His main sanctuaries where the temple on the Capitol, which he shared with Jupiter and Quirinus, the temple of Mars Gradivus ("he who precedes the army in battle") where the Roman army gathered before they went to war, and the temple of Mars Ultor ("the avenger"), located on the Forum Augustus.
www.pantheon.org /articles/m/mars.html   (0 words)

 ESA - Kids - Our Universe - Mars - the red planet
Mars is often called the 'Red Planet' because it appears in the sky as an orange-red star.
The colour caused the ancient Greeks and Romans to name it after their god of war.
Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun.
www.esa.int /esaKIDSen/SEM3L6WJD1E_OurUniverse_2.html   (190 words)

 Mars - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This symbol is a stylized representation of the shield and spear of the god Mars, and in biology it is used as a sign for the male sex.
Shortly after the landing of the Mars Exploration Rovers in 2004, it was announced by a large group of scientists that they had conclusive evidence that liquid water existed at one time on the surface of Mars.
Mars in Roman mythology was the God of War and patron of warriors.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mars   (3870 words)

 Mars The God of War
Mars was the son of Juno, Jupiter's wife.
Mars was often depicted riding a two-horse chariot, with a spear and a shield, both items with magical properties.
Sacred shields were kept in the temples of Mars and the one alleged to have fallen from the sky was reserved for the Forum, where it was said to guard Rome from attack.
www.mysteriousbritain.co.uk /gods&goddesses/mars.html   (278 words)

 Astrology on the Web: Mars
Mars, planet of primeval drives, describes male relationships and associations, risk-taking inclinations, and the physical challenges you are likely to encounter.
From a romantic point of view, Mars in a woman's chart shows the most desired kinds of men, whilst his placement in a man's chart indicates the activities or mode of action undertaken in pursuit of romantic inclinations and desires.
Mars is not a conscious force, but a subliminal drive, the urge to reproduce, to bring forth fruit.
www.astrologycom.com /mars.html   (325 words)

 Mars (god) - Ask.com Web Search
Initially the Roman god of fertility and vegetation and a...
Mars is also mentioned as a chthonic god (earth-god) and this could explain why he became a god of death and finally a god of war.
The unpopular Greek war god Ares was associated with the revered Roman martial, fertility god Mars.
www.ask.com /web?o=0&qsrc=6&l=dir&q=Mars+%28god%29   (365 words)

 Mars Exploration: Pop Culture Mars
Greek and Roman mythology tells of the god of war, the son of Zeus and Hera, who was despised by his parents.
In the earliest days of Mars observation, all that was known about it was that it appeared to be a fiery red and followed a strange loop in the sky, unlike any other.
The Egyptians were the first to notice that the stars seem "fixed" and that the sun moves relative to the stars.
mars.jpl.nasa.gov /mystique/history/early.html   (237 words)

 Meaning of Dreams about Mars (Ares): Dream Interpretation Dictionary - Mars (Ares)
He was the god of war, spring and youth.
Mars was the guardian of young men and was himself highly impetuous.
Mars represents energy, aggression, violence, desire and the male sexual organs.
www.experiencefestival.com /a/Meaning_of_Dreams_about_Mars_Ares/id/241573   (430 words)

 Mars: the god of war by Carolyn Joyce
Mars has a mythological history, that goes backwards from Mars as a planet, Mars as ruler of the sign Aries (and also of Scorpio in traditional and Vedic astrology), and Mars as the Roman god of war.
He was known as the despicable god of war, who "delights in the slaughter of men and the sacking of towns." Ares was loathed by all the other gods, including his own parents, Zeus and Hera.
The energy of Mars, and the accompanying terror, panic, discord, and strife of war are at odds with civilization.
www.astrologyguild.com /mythmars.htm   (1091 words)

While the average temperature on Mars is about 218 K (-55 C, -67 F), Martian surface temperatures range widely from as little as 140 K (-133 C, -207 F) at the winter pole to almost 300 K (27 C, 80 F) on the day side during summer.
Mars has a very thin atmosphere composed mostly of the tiny amount of remaining carbon dioxide (95.3%) plus nitrogen (2.7%), argon (1.6%) and traces of oxygen (0.15%) and water (0.03%).
The average pressure on the surface of Mars is only about 7 millibars (less than 1% of Earth's), but it varies greatly with altitude from almost 9 millibars in the deepest basins to about 1 millibar at the top of Olympus Mons.
www.nineplanets.org /mars.html   (0 words)

 Mars, God of War, in Astrology/Zodiac
In astrology, Mars is the planet of energy, action, and desire.
Mars is the push that gets us out of bed in the morning, our drive and desire nature, and our active energy.
The symbol, or glyph, of Mars is widely used as a symbol of the male.
www.cafeastrology.com /mars.html   (0 words)

 Planets and Moons   (Site not responding. Last check: )
For the Romans, Mars was the God of War.
For today's astronomers, Mars is a possible water source for future generations.
This NASA screensaver tells the tale of Mars' past and the role it may play in all of our futures.
www.screensavers.com /?SS_ID=376_0_23096_1   (50 words)

 The planet Mars (Ares), god of war.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mars was the Roman war god; his shield and spear form the planet’s symbol.
He is characterized as the god who took a savage delight in slaughter, and the hordes of slain upon the battlefield filled him with a fierce joy.
Mar’s characteristic color is primarily due to the high content of oxidized iron in its surface layers.
www.wordsources.info /mars.html   (563 words)

 Nine Planets: Sun, Moon, Mars, God Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn, Rahu, Ketu   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Being pleased with her the sun god took incarnation as her son and established the eternal path of the Veda after defeating the enemies of the deities.
Mars passes through all the twelve zodiacs in one and half year after crossing each zodiac in three ‘pakshas’ (45 days) provided its motion is not retrograded.
Mars is pacified by the worship of Shiva.
www.urday.com /nav.htm   (4184 words)

But Mars, the god of war, constitutes one of our five personal planets and Mars as the force of war continues to be a significant factor, both in the world--as actual war--and within the human psyche.
The Mars ideal, for the Romans, was the warrior/farmer.
Mars is the archetypal force representative not only of war but also of action, desire, and anger.
www.astrologyguild.com /marsmyth2.htm   (1265 words)

Mars was noble and honorable, an agricultural god, responsible for springtime, fertility and protecting crops and animals from diseases.
Mars, on the other hand, was one of the most popular and worshipped Roman gods second only to Jupiter.
Mars has been associated with two agricultural festivals one in March and one in October, when plants are put in the ground and when they are harvested.
www.souledout.org /nightsky/marsagriculture/marsagriculture.html   (627 words)

 Mars   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mars (Greek: Ares) is the god of War.
Mars has a very thin atmosphere composed mostly of the tiny amount of remaining carbon dioxide (95.3%) plus nitrogen (2.7%), argon (1.6%) and traces of oxygen (0.15%) and water (0.03%).
The average pressure on the surface of Mars is only about 7 millibars (less than 1% of Earth's), but it varies greatly with altitude from almost 9 millibars in the deepest basins to about 1 millibar at the top of Olympus Mons.
www.csc.tcd.ie /~tass/tnp/nineplanets/mars.html   (1654 words)

Mars, the Roman god of war, was called Ares in Greece.
Juno, the wife of Jupiter,was the mother of Mars.
Being the god of war, Mars was often angry and violent.
www.windows.ucar.edu /tour/link=/mythology/mars.html   (173 words)

 Mars-Roman God of Battle   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mars was the Roman god of war, agriculture, and of the state.
Mars is identified with Ares, the Greek god of war.
As Mars Quirinius, he was father to the famed pair of Romulus and Remus by the vestal virgin Rhea Silvia.
www.ancient-empires.com /comsoonmargo.html   (192 words)

 Universal Church of Mars ~ Lucifereum of the One True GOD
When you ask GOD what you must do and a voice in your head says stop lying, cheating, stealing, or such, then you will know that it is He.
The catholic church and others, teach that such practice, of communicating with GOD is wrong and that you are actually communicating with daemons.
By their own faith, and GOD's condemnation, they will continue to be blind for centuries to come, while the rest of the world becomes healed of their blindness and freed from their religious shackles, and are bathed in the light of the Spirit of YHWH.
www.churchofmars.com /lucifereum.htm   (1107 words)

Mars' atmosphere now seems to be both colder and dryer than measured by the Viking landers.
NASA's Mars Global Surveyor an orbiter which includes most of the science instruments from the ill-fated Mars Observer is now in orbit around Mars.
Mars Pathfinder, which includes a lander and mini-rover landed successfully on Mars on 4 July 1997.
dept.physics.upenn.edu /nineplanets/mars.html   (2044 words)

 Sen's MARS (Zhan Shen) Page
Mars (Zhan Shen) was adapted from Japanese manga by Fuyumi Souryo.
Zai Zai was in a chubby look made the fans crazy and it was chaotic as the fans were not at their seat and tried to stay as close as possible to the stage.
Mars Meet-n-Greet with the fans in Beijing (May 26, 2005) attracted nearly a thousand fans who were there to give support, and they were wild.
www.geocities.com /tjinsen/f4/mars.htm   (3801 words)

 Cydonia Mars & Mythology, 2012 David Flynn book Cydonia Secret Chronicles of Mars - Richard Hoagland "God Man ET" ...
Angels are non-human intelligent beings who have superior technology and comprehension of physics, having been present at the creation of the material universe.The concept of an ANGEL comes from the Greek aggelos; from the Hebrew ago for "one going forth" or "one leading"; messenger.
Although the angels were originally created by God to convey His "message" for His purposes according to His plan, some angels rebelled, some angels go forth to give their own message, to carry out their own plans.
Words which describe these beings, such as b'nai Elohim, "sons of God", Zophim, "the watchers", and Malakh, "messengers", (translated angel in English), are used for the "aerial host" often regardless of alignment.
www.mt.net /~watcher   (1879 words)

 Mars Investigations: The (In)Complete Guide to Veronica Mars
Veronica Mars is a shining light in the oppressive endless night of Neptune.
She'll crack the conundrums, explain the enigmas, resolve the riddles, solve the stumpers, and work out the whodunits that weave their paths through the town.
While we dream of being BFF with Rob Thomas and the cast, the truth is we have no affiliation with Rob Thomas, UPN, CW, or Warner Brothers.
www.marsinvestigations.net   (0 words)

 Mars Information, Planet Mars, The Planet Mars at SPACE.com
Named after the Roman god of war, the planet Mars is located four planets from the Sun.
Mars has long been considered the most realistic location for life in our solar system, aside from Earth.
It is believed that the harsh surface environment and extreme solar radiation that saturates the surface of the planet is not capable of sustaining any kind of life.
www.space.com /mars   (0 words)

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