Like a blacksmith firing hard iron pieces in a furnace when pulling iron pieces out on anvil, smoke also rises to suspend for a long time before turning off. Likewise, Typhon’s body was buried by Mount Etna and lit a fire to the mouth of the mountain, causing so many disasters to the world. To be more reassuring to a fearsome opponent, Zeus imprisoned Typhon into deep hell Tartare. But Typhon’s life is not over yet. In hell, Typhon is married to a half-woman, half-snake monster named Échidna. Regarding the lineage of this monster, he told her to be Gaia’s son with the Sea-Pontos god.