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  1. Apr 10,  · Traditionally pronounced as Kerberos, this aggressive and terrifying dog guards the mythical gates of the underworld. Cerberus is overseen by Hades (Roman god Pluto) who resides as ruler of the underworld and all of the souls of those who reside in it.
  2. Aug 11,  · Cerberus (Greek mythology) is best known as the guardian to the gates of Hades (the Underworld). His sole task is essentially be the "bouncer" of Hades. As the rules go, only the dead may enter the Underworld, and none may leave. There are only a couple of myths in Greek mythology where a hero gets the better of mangranealotiro.sibackrigepimilgihindsmoothmarburi.co by: 1.
  3. Cerberus (Cerberus: The Guardian of Hell) Cerberus appeared in the movie of the same name. It's a huge guard dog with three heads guarding the gates to the underworld and surprisingly it doesn't have a snake's head for a tail. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.
  4. In mythology, Cerberus is the many headed dog that guards the gates to hell. In modern times, Cerberus is a hedge fund group -- a many headed beast that has been devouring companies at a rapid rate. A hedge fund group with over 16 Billion in assets (as reported here) and allegedly bigger than "Cisco, Coke, Or McDonald's".
  5. In ancient times, Cerberus was a three-headed dog who guarded the gates of the underworld, making sure the dead didn’t escape and the living didn’t enter. Now, things are a little more complicated: they guard a hazy boundary between two worlds, trying to ensure .
  6. Cerberus in Greek mythology was the legendary huge three-headed hellhound and the guardian of the Underworld. Cerberus was amongst the first brood of the monsters Typhon and Echidna. After the defeat of Typhon, Zeus sought out Echidna who had gone into hiding once she went into labor.
  7. S10 Rating: * * 'Cerberus' is a pretty typical SciFi Channel presentation. An interesting premise of the infamous mythical three-headed dog protecting a sword that render the possessor invincibility. The sword was used bu Attila the Hun so that explains his conquering of the little people of his time.
  8. In Greek mythology, Cerberus (/ ˈ s ɜːr b ər ə s /; Greek: Κέρβερος Kérberos), often referred to as the hound of Hades, is a multi-headed dog that guards the gates of the Underworld to prevent the dead from leaving. Cerberus was the offspring of the monsters Echidna and Typhon, and is usually described as having three heads, a serpent for a tail, and snakes protruding from.
  9. Cerberus was the guard dog at the gates of Hades, with a taste for human flesh for anyone who tried to enter. He also kept any of the souls from escaping. He was depicted with three heads, lion’s claws, and sometimes with a mane of snakes and a serpent’s tail.

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