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Helios -- as in: the Greek god
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Atlas Shrugged
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  • He had changed the ancient Greek myth to his own purpose and meaning: Phaethon, the young son of Helios, who stole his father’s chariot and, in ambitious audacity, attempted to drive the sun across the sky, did not perish, as he perished in the myth; in Halley’s opera, Phaethon succeeded.

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  • a god, called Ra by the Egyptians, Helios by the Greeks and Sol by the Romans
  • In mythology, each of Helios’ horses were named.

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