Thus spirit consists of a trinity of spirit, mind, and body in a spiritual state; mind of a spirit, mind, and body in a mental state; and form or body of a spirit, mind, and body in a material state. While Zeus is the God of Form he manifests as a trinity, his spiritual nature bearing the name Zeus. The intellective nature, soul or mediatory nature of Zeus is termed Poseidon and his lowest or objective material manifestation, Hades.
The sun-god Hercules, son of Zeus, and Alcmene, was born, like the other saviors, on the twenty-fifth of December - the triple night, as the Greeks named the winter solstice. At his birth, Zeus, the God of gods, spake from Heaven and said: "This day shall a child be born, of the race of Perseus, who shall be the mightiest of the sons of men."
Orpheus was a third-generation savior, identified with his divine father Dionysus as Dionysus was identified with his divine father Zeus. Seated on the Heavenly Fathers throne, brandishing his lightning-scepter, Dionysus was hailed as King of Kings and God of Gods. He was also the god-begotten, virgin-born Anointed One (Christos) whose mother seems to have been all three forms of the Triple Goddess: the earth mother, Persephone the underworld queen, Semele the moon-maiden. Hints of a hanging or crucifixion ceremony appeared in his sacrificial title Dendrites, "Young Man of the Tree." He was also a Horned God, with such forms as bull, goat, and stag.
The important point to note here is that Zeus was only saved with the help of a hero. The gods now needed humans.
He [Zeus] came from Crete. He landed at Dodona, and established the Oracle.
Deuce or Deaus was the Irish word for Zeus.
As in Rome, force was the prerogative of Zeus, and should one disobey the command of the oracle, death was the penalty.
Olympus was the home of Zeus...