The Greek god, Morpheus
The Greek god, Morpheus, also known as 'He who forms', is the Greek god of dreams. It was believed by the Greeks that he shaped and formed dreams for mortals.
Morpheus played an important role as a god; he was the leader of the Oneriroi tribe. The tribe was made up of himself and his three brothers, Icelus, Phobetor and Phantos. The Oneriroi were a well-known tribe and had the duty of creating dreams for humans. They were often asked to create dreams to warn mortals of danger and future experiences. This was especially important in the case of kings, queens, heroes and heroine…
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