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Ancient Greek mythology is filled with images and legends of pomegranate and other plants. The Greeks consider the pomegranate to be a symbol of abundance - a fruit that spills over in plentitude and good luck.When Persephone was held captive in Hades, the Greek goddess of spring and fruit swore she would not partake of food until her release. However, she could not resist the tempting pomegranate, consuming nearly the entire fruit before halting herself and leaving only six seeds uneaten. It is from this story that believers think our yearly cycle of six months of growth and harvest followed by six months of winter is derived.