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A History

What’s in a name:

Nemesis, in Greek Mythology, is divine retribution, vengeful fate personified as a remorseless goddess. Such harsh divine justice is a major theme in the Hellenic world.

According to Greek mythology, Leda bore Helen and Polydeuces to Zeus while at the same time bearing Castor and Clytemnestra to her father and husband Tyndareus, the King of Sparta. In some versions, Helen is a daughter of Nemesis, the goddess of vengeance.

As the story goes, Zeus cohabited with Leda in the form of a swan on the same night as her husband, King Tyndareus. To the former she gave birth to Helen and Polydeuces, and to the latter, Clytemnestra and Castor. In some versions she laid two eggs from which the children hatched. She is the executor of the justice.

Nemesis, as the just balancer of Fortune's chance, could be associated with, In Greek mythology, Tyche ("luck") was the presiding tutelary deity that governed the fortune and prosperity of a city. The word "Nemesis" originally meant the distributor of fortune, neither good nor bad, simply in due proportion to each according to his desserts; then, the resentment caused by any disturbance of this proportion, the sense of justice that could not allow it to pass unpunished.

In the Greek tragedies Nemesis appears chiefly as the avenger of crime and the punisher of exaggerated pride or self-confidence often resulting in retribution.

In early times the representations of Nemesis resembled Aphrodite, who herself sometimes bears the epithet Nemesis. Later, as the goddess of proportion and the avenger of crime, she has as attributes a measuring rod, a bridle, scales, a sword.

OTHER GREEK NAMES FROM THE MYTHOLOGY PERIOD:

TROJAN
THEN - refers to a time period and the War of Troy where soldiers hid inside a huge wooden horse.
NOW - often use as a Brand name to symbolize strength, power.

HELEN
THEN - Helen of Troy (Queen)
NOW - Girls Name

EAGLE
THEN - Symbolic bird of prey and Messenger of Death.
NOW - Often used as a Brand name or sports team name .

LUCK
THEN - From Tyche, Former distributor of fortunes to Greek Cities.
NOW - Used today to indicate fortune or misfortune.

HYDRA
THEN - A multi-headed serpent.
NOW - Applied to engineering and products being fluid driven.

CALYPSO
THEN - is the name of a sea nymph.
NOW - Name of a ship that Jacques-Yves Cousteau sailed, song by John Denver.

So as you can see many names have a history and of course one or two have asked how the name Nemesis-Solutions was formed...

When we formed the company, we wanted a name that stood out, had a powerful name, and provided a basis or history. Just like many of the other names, where vehicles, ships, and people have been named from these famous roots.

While many think the name Nemesis steers towards the negative, as the text above shows, it comes from a strong history of events, where the basis of today's modern times has been built on.

Of course the second name “Solutions” is a positive force, and works toward a medium or balance.

Our motto is " ~ turning negatives into positives ~ ".

We accomplish this by taking the negative situation that our clients are in, and applying a system especially designed for each individual person, and reversing the effect of debt, and turning it into profit.

No two situations are the same, and that is why we provide and support our important client base, on a one to one level.

~ Turning Negatives , into Positives ~

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