Apate

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In Greek mythology, Apate was the personification of deceit. She was one of the evil spirits released from Pandora's box. Her mother was Nyx, the personification of night.[1][2] Her father was Erebos, the personification of darkness.

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  1. Auset, Brandi (2009). The Goddess Guide: Exploring the Attributes and Correspondences of the Divine Feminine. Llewellyn Worldwide. ISBN 9780738715513.
  2. Leach, Marjorie (1991). Guide to the Gods. Greenwood. p. 643.