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In Greek mythology, Phantasos ("apparition") was a son of Hypnos and one of the Oneiroi. He appeared in dreams in the form of inanimate objects.

Ovid XI, 641.

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PHANTASOS : The deity from Greek Mythology (155 words)
The brother of MORPHEUS and PHOBETOR, who are far more down-to-earth, PHANTASOS specialises in symbolic dreams of a deeply meaningful nature.
Dreams prompted by him are rich in imagery, and may yield important hints of past, present or future.
But you'll have to go elsewhere to find out what it all means because PHANTASOS isn't telling.
Hypnos at AllExperts (256 words)
Hypnos' offspring consisted of the things that occur in dreams, the Oneiroi.
The three principals of these appear in the dreams of kings: Morpheus, Phobetor and Phantasos.
According to one story he lived in a cave underneath a Greek island; through this cave flowed Lethe, the river of forgetfulness.
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