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Humouring the fates believes in animations awesome power to create brands whether its a feature length film a tv series a commercial campaign a web based clip or just a little pre visualization we help our clients develop the strongest character driven material for their communications. The moirae were the three ancient greek goddesses of fate who personified the inescapable destiny of man they assigned to every person his or her fate or share in the scheme of things the individuals were clotho who spun the thread of life lachesis who measured it and atropos who cut it short zeus moiragetes the god of fate was their leaderthe moirai were described as ugly old women . Rare names from greek mythology and roman mythology e to j the names below are listed alphabetically the names in parenthesis indicate the roman equivalent of the name some of the names are exclusively roman. The fates were three female deities who shaped peoples lives in particular they determined how long a man or woman would live although a number of cultures held the notion of three goddesses who influenced human destiny the fates were most closely identified with greek mythology the greek image of the fates developed over time
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