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Want to do the Golden Apple for our video? or Apollo and Coronis or Artemis and Orion? In Greek mythology , Artemis was the goddess of the moon, the hunt, virginity, etc. She herself had sworn to remain a virgin and to never marry; however, this was not to say that she didn’t fall in love from time to time. This is one telling of a love story that centered around Artemis and a well-known constellation in our sky today - Orion . Orion was a famously talented hunter and very good looking young man. Artemis was an extremely gifted huntress as well and when she saw Orion, she fell madly in love with him. They hunted together, dined together, but never slept together as she continued to hold her virginity in high esteem. Her twin brother, Apollo, looked upon their relationship with foreboding and disapproval though. He believed Artemis should stick to her oath of never marrying and remaining a virgin, but it appeared to him as if that oath stood in danger of being broken and there would be nuptials in the not-too-distant future. Apollo was the god of the sun and would ride his chariot across the sky during the day to give light to the world. From this vantage point, he could see nearly everything happening below on Earth. One day as he was driving through the heavens, he looked down and saw Orion swimming in the ocean with just his head visible above the water.
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