What are the symbols of cassandra?
if i hade to say i would say there is none
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A 'cassandra utterance' is a warning that is not taken seriously. Cassandra was the daughter of King Priam of Troy who was given the ability to foresee the future by the God Apollo but cursed that her predictions would never be believed. She tried to worn the Trojans about the wooden horse.
The Cassandra effect is when one believes they know the futurehappening of a catastrophic event, having already seen it in someway, or even experienced it first hand. However the person knowsthere is nothing that can be done to stop the event from happening,and that nobody will believe them if they …try to tell others. Imyself have this feeling often. (MORE)
she will never die because she is the inpossible and shes 16 and pretty sexy. she will never die because she is the inpossible and shes 16 and pretty sexy
I didn't find much on Cassandra because she was more of a secondary character, but here is what I found. Cassandra (Sandra Bernhard) - The Trojan War prophet appears as an anti-social girl, that has visions of the future (usually bad) once in a while. Icarus is completely obsessed with marrying h…er; she has no reciprocation, but merely tolerates him. (MORE)
The movie "Troy" removed the role of Cassandra, one of the children of Priam and Hecuba of Troy. Cassandra had been gifted with prophecy, but cursed with the inability to make others believe her prophecies. Agamemnon took her as a war prize and concubine, and returned with her to Greece to his wife …Clytemnestra. Clytemnestra was jealous, and still angry with Agamemnon for having killed their daughter Iphigenia at Aulis, so she (or her lover, Aegisthus, Agamemnon's cousin), killed Agamemnon and Cassandra. The son of Clytemnestra and Agamemnon, Orestes, revenged his father's death by killing Clytemnestra. (MORE)
it's a name of a girl and you pronounce and spell it the same way as english speakers do
As legend says she was the daughter of king Priam and queen Hecuba of Troy, we presume she was born in Troy.
Because of her beauty, but because she did not accept him as a lover he cursed this to say that no-one would belive her
Cassandra was the daughter of some king in Troy. Everyone believed she was cursed.. She stated that the Trojan horse looks "big enough to hide an army in". people did not take her seriously
Cassandra was a princess of Troy who foretold its destruction. Apollo had granted her the power to see the future, but she was ungrateful so he gave her the curse that her prophecies would never be believed.
Cassandra was a seer (whom no one ever believed) and the daughter of Priam, King of Troy. She was taken by Agamemnon, leader of the Greeks, to be his mistress, but she was anxious the whole journey because she foresaw her own death. When she and Agamemnon went into his home, his wife Clytemnestra ki…lled Agamemnon with an axe and then killed Cassandra. (MORE)
Yes, I have the Cassandra effect. What do you wish to know? Not that you will listen to my answer of course, because that is the effect.
\nOh Cassandra\nI sit and listen to the radio (oh oh)\nI think about the time I stood you up\nI didn't know that you were going home\nShe's going to leave tonight\n. \nOh Cassandra\nI left you crying at the stadium (woah no)\nAnd now she's flying back to Tokyo\nShe won't be screaming in the crowd a…t the show\nShe's going to leave this all and go\n. \nChorus:\nAnd her name is Cassandra\nIt is Cassandra\nSometimes I am breathing down the telephone\nAnd it's Cassandra\n. \nChorus\n. \nAnd it's Cassandra\nAnd I can't start to let her go\n. \nOh Cassandra\nI wish that you and I could have just one more night\nI bought a ticket to your aeroplane\nI didn't make it to the gate on time\n. \nOh Cassandra\nI drove as fast as my Camaro would let me go\nAnd after running ever single light\nI'm still a minute and a half too slow\n. \nChorus\n. \nAnd her name is Cassandra\nIt is Cassandra\nSometimes I am breathing down the telephone\nAnd though I'm out of time\nThat's why I'm out of time\n. \nAnd I am out of time x2\nShe said to leave this town tonight x2\n. \nChorus\n. \nAnd it's Cassandra\nAnd I can't start to let her go\n. \nChorus\n. \nAnd it's Cassandra\nAnd I can't start to let her go (MORE)
You can write to her care of her Australian publisher at this address: Cassandra Golds c/- Penguin Group Australia Level 2, 241 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills, NSW, AUSTRALIA 2010 Or you can email her directly at: email@example.com
She IS the smartes person in the world and is one of the best artists
Cassandra is usually spelled Cassandre in French, but you could find 'Cassandra' as well. In truth, that first name is rather rare.
Usually you can see a spook (Violet, Ray, sir Vincent, Goth Boy) doing a scence. Your sim can join. If a scence has been done she will come around day and night. You can also interact with her too!
She was not a goddess. She was a princess who could predict the future.- But nobofy believed her.
Cassandra is known in Greek mythology as being able to tell thefuture. However she was cursed by Apollo so that no one would everbelieve her.
Cassandra is a princess of Troy. By most accounts she is the daughter of King Priam and Queen Hecuba. She is the twin of Helenus and cursed by Apollo. She is also sister to Hector and Paris.
Yes, it's an Ancient Greek myth about a high priestess who had offended the gods and was condemned to foretell the truth without EVER being believed by her fellow citizens. Her prophecies always fell on deaf ears.
I would recommend it to a teenager or young adult, to much violence for kids and it's kind of confusing for young readers.
Mortal Instruments Tilogy: City of Bones City of Ashes City of Glass Mortal Intruments Trilogy 2: City of Falen Angels City of Lost Souls (May 8th) City of Heavenly Fire (unknown) The Infernal Devices: Clockwork Angel Clockwork Prince Clockwork Princess (Unknown) R u a cassandra clare freak? email m…e at firstname.lastname@example.org (MORE)
Cassandra. It is not a Japanese name, and will never be made into an actual Japanese word.
In Greek mythology, Cassandra was a beautiful princess. Apollo was enamoured with her and granted her the gift of prophecy. Later, when she spurned him, he placed a curse on her so that no one would believe her predictions. People presented with her predictions regarded her as insane until it was …too late. (MORE)
It's more common:. CASANDRA (hermana de los hombres, la bondadosa) de kasis, "hermana", y andrÃ³s, genitivo que significa "hombre". Literalmente "hermana de los hombres" . Men's sister; kind woman .
Cassandra Austen was born on January 9, 1773 and died on March 22, 1845. This would have been 72 years old at the time of death or 237 years old today.
Cassandra was the god Apollo's love. Apollo gave her the gift of prophecy to prove his love. But when she rejected him, Apollo cursed her so that no one would believe what she said. She foretold the fall of Troy and warned about the dangers of the Trojan Horse. But nobody believed her. Later she war…ned Agamemnon that his wife Clytemnestra was going to kill him. But once again nobody believed her. Clytemnestra killed her husband and Cassandra. (MORE)
There are two versions. One is that Apollo gave her the power because of her beauty. The other version is that Cassandra spent a night in Apollo's temple and snakes licked her ears clean which gave her the power of prophecy.
Cassandra Austen, as most ladies who were unmarried at that time, had no occupation. In those days, unless they were independently wealthy, daughters of gentlemen married, became governesses, were dependent on relatives, or, rarely, as in the case of Jane Austen herself, found some other means of su…pport. The fact that a quarter or more of all the men were going off to war made things a good deal worse, because it made finding husbands difficult. The inability of ladies to provide for themselves was a recurring theme in Jane Austen's work. She had been in that position herself, before she got some income from her writing when she was 36 years old. (MORE)
Cassandra is the child of the Goth Family, who when you have installed The Sims and are playing it for your first time, are a pre-made family who live in a pre-furnished home.
Because she hadn't had a real body in ages (a long time) and wanted to experience a kiss, plus thought the Doctor was hot even though she didn't particularly like him, and its very possible that she could also feel Rose's own feelings toward the Doctor and that helped her to act on it.
I usually just find her near the logs or benches at night... sometimes I can't find her when I need her... But just keep looking around then and you'll be sure to find her! :)
According to Greek myth, Cassandra was a mortal. She was the daughter of King Priam and Queen Hecuba of Troy. The god Apollo fell in love with her and granted her the gift of prophecy. When she did not return his love, since he could not take back the gift, he placed a curse on her so that no one… would ever believe her prophecies. In some versions, this drove her mad. (MORE)
Cassandra Demi Sanchez is the youngest daughter of the Greek Royal family. She has starred in the two Twilight movies and used to sing lead vocals for Paramore before she decided to go on a solo career. She has starred on the hit television show Pretty Little Liars a number of times. Her current loc…ation is unknown. (MORE)
Cassandra was not a Greek goddess, she was, however, she did have the gift of prophecy given to her by Apollo. She fell out of love with Apollo and in love with someone else, so Apollo gave her the curse of any word that left her lips everyone would think it was a lie. she live in Troy because she w…as the princess of it. (MORE)
she was born in troy in the 12th century she was the daughter of her father and the sister of her brother
Apolo fell in love with her and gave her the gift of prophocy. But Cassandra didnt like him. so Apolo cursed cassandra so no one would believe a word she said. D.J.Simmons
No; she used his love for her. Cassandra was loved by Apollo. She tricked Apollo into granting her the gift of prophecy - but refused to lie with him, and was cursed by the god for her prophecy to not be believed.
I think you mean Cassandra Clare Mortal Instruments Trilogy 1: City of Bones City of Ashes Cityof Glass Mortal Instruments Trilogy 2: City of Fallen Angels City of Lost Souls (May 8th) City of Heavenly Fire (unknown) The Infernal Devices: Clockwork Angel Clockwork Prince Clockwork Princess (Unknown)… (MORE)
Cassandra (spelled Cassandre in French) is a first name and may be used (although this is literary) as a common noun to designate someone who is lamenting in advance the future bad events.
She has noted that she does not want to publish this information on the internet as it has nothing to do with her books.
Michael and the Secret War, published in Australia by Angus and Robertson in 1985, and in the US by Atheneum in 1989.
Cassandra was a prophetesses, princess, and priestess who saw the future, but was cursed by Apollo to not be believed.
Cassandra was a Trojan, daughter of King Priam and blessed by the god Apollo with the gift of prophecy, but with the curse of never being believed. Captured by the Greeks after the the fall of Troy, she was taken back to Greece as a trophy by, I think, Agamemnon, and prophesied that he would die an …agonising death. He had sacrificed his daughter Iphigenia to get a favourable wind from the Gods to enable the Greek fleet to sail for Troy (initially to recapture the wife of his brother Menelaus - Helen - who had been abducted by the Trojan, Paris) 11 years earlier, and his wife Clytemnestra (who was also Helen's sister) had meantime taken a lover, Aegisthus, and the two of them murdered Agamemnon in his bath on his return. He had not believed Cassandra, however, who went mad. Figuratively, a 'Cassandra' is someone who tells bad news (and is perhaps not believed). I think the name is the same in Spanish. It was also the pen-name of a 'Daily Mirror' (English newspaper) columnist of some repute in the 1940s/50s and perhaps beyond. (MORE)
In Greek mythology, Cassandra \nwas the daughter of King Priam and Queen Hecuba of Troy. Her beauty \ncaused Apollo, God of Knowledge, to grant her the gift of prophecy. \nHowever, when she did not return his love, Apollo placed a curse on her \nso that no one would ever believe her predictions. I…t was Cassandra who \nforetold the destruction of Troy. (MORE)
African Cassandra is a red and yellow meat dish filled with veggies such as: Turnips, Squash and Gourds
In Greek mythology Cassandra was a princess of Troy blessed with the ability to foretell the future, but at the same time cursed in that no one believed her. She was not able to save Troy even though she tried to warn the Trojans about what would happen.
Cassandra does not have meaning in Gaelic because it's not Gaelic. It's a name of Greek origin possibly meaning 'shining upon man'.
I'm pretty sure it's because she's an angel sent from Heaven. She makes existing worthwhile, and living finally possible.