Not at all. But I feel as if the Greek (and Roman) deities are among Western civilization’s patron deities, and as if they were simply always around, because I grew up in this culture. They’re so much part of Western cultures that it’s easy to take them for granted - I spun in circles for so long looking for something more “exotic” thinking it would be more valid or relevant, it was easy to ignore the Hellenic gods simply because they were just there.
We talk about Cupid’s arrows, Father Time, the Grim Reaper, Mother Earth (Gaia). A lot of Christian iconography is borrowed from Greek and Roman mythology. The Christian Hell is basically Tartarus. And it’s not like the planets aren’t named after the Roman names of some of those gods, or anything. More of the Greek and Roman gods are vestigial in my American culture than I even consciously realized for a long time and once I started seeing it, I couldn’t unsee it.
When I started getting into the whole idea of gods and connecting to them, the Greek gods were simply already there.
FWIW, I am not a Reconstructionist.