When Minos refuses to sacrifice a white bull to the sea god, Poseidon, Poseidon exacts a
terrible revenge by causing Minos's wife, Pasiphae, to fall in love with the bull and conceive the minotaur.
Consumed by a growing anger over what he feels to be a great injustice by Poseidon, Minos's anger evolves
into a deep despair that becomes fueled by hatred toward the Greeks, when his son, Androgeos, is murdered
at the Olympic games in Athens.