Name Derivation

True to its name, Calysto is a combination of ideas, people, and results working together for you. Below are the three words we combined to develop the unique word Calysto.


  • An agent of change.
  • A substance that initiates or accelerates a chemical reaction without itself being affected.
  • Something that causes an important event to happen.


  • A type of West Indian music with improvised lyrics on topical or broadly humorous subjects.


  • She was the daughter of Lycaon, a king of Arcadia. Zeus saw her hunting in the train of Artemis and fell in love with her. Hera, furiously angry, turned the maiden into a bear after her son was born. When the boy was grown and out hunting, the goddess brought Callisto before him, intending to have him shoot his mother, in ignorance, of course. But Zeus snatched the bear away and placed her among the stars, where she is called the Great Bear. Later, her son Arcas was placed beside her and called the Lesser Bear. Hera, enraged at this honor to her rival, persuaded the God of the Sea to forbid the Bear to descend into the ocean like the other stars.