|Born on the 10th November 1929 to Gregory Ellington and Demeter in London, UK. Her father had met her mother after he had gone to the recruiting office to see about enlisting in the military; in particular, the RAF.
The two started to talk, and before long, dating. Greogory loved the goddess who was under the name Elizabeth, and four months later, they were expecting a baby. Nine months after that, Juliette was born. At this point, the goddess had told Gregory of her true self and that she had to leave. Unwillingly, Gregory watched as she walked into the London Fog.
Despite the loss with the goddess, Gregory married his childhood sweatheart; Dianna. The two raied Juliette and their own son, Edward. in 1943, when Juliette was 13, and Edward was 11, the daily blitz of London happened and the Ellington family ran to their shelter in their back garden. One by one, they made it there, but Juliette. When Edward was running out of the house, he knocked the door, which made it close and lock itself. Juliette tried to open the door, and failed; the key was with her father. She banged on the window by the door, crying, and screaming that she didn't want to die; unlucky for her, the house was lit with the lights in the house on, so the Germans were bound to target it. Gregory, Dianna and Edward watched as the bombers came and started the raid.
As a bomb started to fall to the house, Gregory and Dianna- who knew of Juliette's mother- prayed to the goddess to save Juliette's life somehow. Unknown to them, Juliette had gone into the cellar, taking a few things with her. Demeter saw the family's prayers and went to Zeus to somehow spare her daughter's life; she too not aware that Juliette had gone into the cellar. Zeus, seeing the goddess distress- as he knew that having a demigod killed was hard for any god- put Juliette into a sleep, in which she would awake in the future. The goddess, wanting her daughter to have a shot at life, went to Hebe, to ask her the possibility of her daughter not aging each year, but gradually. Hebe- with the help of other gods and goddesses; made it that Juliette would age one year every twenty years.
As the next day went by, the Ellingtons walked out to their house that was now destroyed. Gregory ran to the window where Juliette had stood, and searched for her body. He couldn't find it, yet a note was placed above the door to the cellar.
To Mr, Mrs and Master Ellington,
Juliette is not dead, but in a sleep. She will awake in the near future, probably not seeing any of you again. This is the best I could do. She is in the Cellar. Despite being asleep, you must feed her and keep her alive.
Gregory looked into the cellar, at Juliette's body and asked Dianna what they would do. Dianna suggested that they rebuild the house, and do anything they could to keep her alive, and made Edward promise to tell his children to keep the house in the possession of the Ellingtons, and tell them the story that surrounded Juliette. So, they rebuilt the house and kept Juliette locked away; feeding her everyday
Two years before she got to camp, Juliette awoke, and her brother, who was now old, saw her and told her what happened. He decided that Juliette would go to camp and try and live there, in safety. So he waited two years, so Juliette could become accoustomed in the new era, and then he sent her off to camp; where she has been ever since. She does come back to see her brother and his family. Since awaking, her aging has become yearly, from the twenty year aging.