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(Moirai) Greek Greek spirits; personification of fate and destiny in an individual's life. Each person had his or her own Moirae. The spirits represented a law of nature, a sense of determination. No mortal human could overcome their power. Even the gods could not break the ruling of the Moirae without seriously jeopardizing all of existence. In Roman mythology, these spirits were known as the Parcae. Eventually, the concept of a spirit ruling over life evolved from individual fate to influence all of humanity. After the time of Homer in the ninth century b.c., the Moirae took on personalities and were seen as three daughters of Zeus and Themis who regulated birth, life, and death.


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