Intresting question. there is none, but there is something called "The Fates." 3 fates control the fate of the world.
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Zeus Roman counterpart!!god of the sky.Also known as Zeus, he was the king of gods, and the god of sky, weather, law, and fate
Hades is King of the Underworld in Greek Myth, the "last myth" makes him thus in the tale of Orpheus and Eurydice.
Zeus, he is the king of the gods, the ruler of Mount Olympus and the god of the sky, weather, thunder, law, order, and fate.
Christians could say that God determines what happens. The earlier mythology figures of Greek and Rome were considered the arbiters of the destinies of mortals.
Zeus is the Olympain King of the Gods, the god of sky and weather, law, order and fate. Greek origin. Dahak, a fictional evil god crafted by the creators of Zena.
a force that some believe controls events
There actually were three goddesses of fate, called Moirai or Moirae. They were led by Zeus Moiragetes, the god of fate. The three goddesses were named Klotho (who spun the thread of life), Lakhesis (who measured the thread of life), and Atropos [or Aisa] (who cut the thread of life).
'Zeus' was the Greek God of the sky, weather, law, order and fate and he was supposed to be king of all Gods. He features in many Greek myths. He was married to Hera, who is also his sister. She is supreme Goddess aswell as Goddess of marrige and childbirth.
the fate of the dead
Nona (Greek equivalent Clotho), who spun the thread of life from her distaff onto her spindle;Decima (Greek Lachesis), who measured the thread of life with her rod;Morta (Greek Atropos), who cut the thread of life and chose the manner of a person's death
He is Greek god, but he does have a roman version Jupiter