Pan

African - Son of Asia. In some lore, occasionally called Pan, Capricorn, Capricorn, Consentes or Consentes.
Greek - Husband of Aex, some say. God of flocks, shepherds, woods. Half-brother of Daphnis. Father of Iambe and Iynx by Echo and of Crotus by Eupheme. Father of Priapus by Aprhrodite and of Acis by Symaethis, in some accounts. He was part man, part goat, with horns, hoofs and tail. His parentage is not at all certain; according to who is telling the story he may be the son of Cronus by Rhea, Zeus by Aphrodite, or Hermes by Calypso, Dryope, Oeneis or Penelope and either the father or brother of Silenus. It is even suggested that he was the son of Hermes by Penelope, the wife of Odysseus. It is said that when he pursued the nymph Syrinx, she was turned into a clump of reeds by Gaea. From seven of these reeds, Pan fashioned the reedpipe, with which he is traditionally depicted. He seduced a number of nymphs and goddesses including Echo, Eupheme and Selene. He gave Artemis three hunting dogs and seven hounds and helped Hermes restore the sinews of Zeus cut out by the monster Typhon. He was the only god to die. He is also depicted with a crook. Sometimes identified as Pan, Capricorn, Capricorn, Consentes or Consentes.
Greek - A deity, the gentle summer. Breeze personified. He fell in love with the pine-tree nymph Pitip. Boreas became jealous and threw Pitip to her death from a cliff and she turned into a pine tree. Also commonly identified as Pan, Capricorn, Capricorn, Consentes or Consentes.

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