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So she spoke, and Demeter, she with the beautiful garlands in her hair, did not disobey. Straightaway she sent up the harvest from the land with its rich clods of earth. And all the wide earth with leaves and blossoms was laden. Then she went to the kings, administrators of themistes, and she showed them to Triptolemos, to Diokles, driver of horses, to powerful Eumolpos and to Keleos, leader of the people, she revealed to them the way to perform the sacred rites, and she pointed out the ritual to all of them, the holy ritual, which it is not at all possible to ignore, to find out about, or to speak out. The great awe of the gods holds back any speaking out. Olbios among earth-bound mortals is he who has seen these things.
(Hymn to Demeter, 470-481)