The Greek god Hermes had the power to enter dreams, guide the souls of the dead to the underworld, and give luck and wealth. He also was the messenger of the gods of Olympus and had winged feet to help in this capacity. More »

Hermes was the Greek god of trade, sports, travelers, thieves and the patron of poetry, and as a result there are many interesting facts about him, including that he was a notorious trickster and one of a select few gods... More »

The Greek god Hermes lived on Mount Olympus. He is known as the messenger god and acts as a link between the gods and mortals. His Roman counterpart is Mercury. More »

The Greek god Hermes lived on Mount Olympus. He is known as the messenger god and acts as a link between the gods and mortals. His Roman counterpart is Mercury. More »

Hermes was the Greek god of trade, sports, travelers, thieves and the patron of poetry, and as a result there are many interesting facts about him, including that he was a notorious trickster and one of a select few gods... More »

In dreams, a dead fish is symbolic of a loss of power or wealth by an individual. It can also be a sign of great disappointments that are looming in the future.Seeing the bone remains of a dead fish in a dream means that... More »

Hermes has no true weaknesses. He does have a reputation as a trickster, however, and has a habit of stealing. He has the ability to charm through music. More »