The Knights of the Zodiac: All About the Mythology of the Pegasus Constellation

The zodiac knights It's not an ordinary battle. Behind the spectacular battle for the sound of the cosmos, you can learn many lessons about Greek mythology. Let's discover the secrets of the Seiya constellation.

The protagonist of Masami Kurumada's work is Seiya, a bronze knight who was born under the sign of the constellation Pegasus. In Greek mythology it was Pegasus the winged horse of Zeus, born of the ground, damp with Medusa's shed blood. Pegasus is used by the father of all gods to carry lightning to Olympus. He is a wild and free animal. According to legend, after numerous heroic deeds, the winged horse turned into a cloud of twinkling stars that formed a constellation we know as Pegasus.

A special feature of Pegasus is the movement of the legs during the flight, as if to simulate a race in the sky. The winged horse is also represented in the cartoon series "The Knights of the Zodiac". With his extraordinary armor and the immense power of his cosmos, Seiya defend the goddess Athena from the threat of the Great Temple. If you've never given this historic franchise a chance, you can re-purchase the first ten volumes of The Knights of the Zodiac - Perfect Edition. The constellation of the Virgo shines in a cosplay from The Knights of the Zodiac.

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