Herophile is the name that Apollo gives to Cassandra Palmer who has inherited the Pythia Power. The original Herophile was the second Pythia—she followed Apollo blindly.Herophile was also the name of Agnes's predecessor. 
List of HerophilesEdit
- The second Pythia—followed Apollo blindly and a but nutty
- Agnes's predecessor—said Agnes would die of poisoning and a but nutty
- Cassandra Palmer
- Herophile was former Pythia ages ago who Apollo believed he had nicely under his control.
- She was second Pythia at Delphi. By all accounts, she was a little cracked, too. 
Events in the Series Edit
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Agnes tells Cassie that Herophile was the name of Agnes's predecessor. Herophile swore Agnes' life would end with poison so Agnes developed the habit of dunking a charm or talisman of some sort in my beverages. She says that Herophile was a nutter—she told Agnes to buy stocks in '29.
See Also Edit
Book References Edit
External Links Edit
- Sibyl - Wikipedia
- HEROPHILE : Sea Nymph | Greek mythology, Herophilos
- Herophile - Mythology Dictionary
- Herophile (fl. c520 - 500 BC) definition of Herophile (fl. c520 - 500 BC) in the Free Online Encyclopedia
- SIBYL, Greek Mythology Index
- Erythraean Sibyl - Wikipedia