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Mythology





Mythopoeia
Mythopoeia (poem) by J.R.R. Tolkien was written in order to explain and defend creative myth-making

Primordial Deities



is the attribution of human traits, emotions, and intentions to non-human entities





 


Ancient History @ Facebook


MythicalFolk





Norse-Mythology.Net



Otto Rank Wikipedia

Otto Rank Web Page
Rank extended psychoanalytic theory to the study of
legend, myth, art, and other works of creativity.

Folknography
defined and conceptualized by
Dr. David M. Lucas

What is the difference between myths, legends and fables?

Glossopetrae
Studies in European Fossil Folklore and Ethnopaleontology
Folklore and Mythology Electronic Texts
Fabulists


Joseph Campbell (57 videos, 8 hours)

AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES ~ Indigenous Australians Wikipedia
Aboriginal Religion and Ceremony from AboriginalCulture.Com
The Gods Of Aboriginal Australia
Rainbow Serpent
Rainbow Serpent Aboriginal Images
Corroboree
Smoking ceremony
Sorry Business >> The Aboriginal tradition of not naming a dead person
Bora and Bora rings
Tjurunga
The didgeridoo >> Didgeridoo, Dreamtime and Sustainability
Aboriginal people - Survival International
Aboriginal Google Images and Gods Images and Art

Zahhak

The Bibliotheca is a compendium of myths and 
heroic legends generally dated to the first or second centuries AD. that have been called "the most valuable mythographical work that has come down from ancient times"
Apollodorus Library ~ Bibliotheca (Pseudo-Apollodorus) Online Text: by J. G. Frazer (condensed text)




Shambhala ~ AgarthaShangri-LaArcadiaAtlantisLemuria
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Greek Mythology and the Theater
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The Moonlit Road
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Ancient Egyptian Religion Wikipedia Portal
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The Fall Of Mankind Progression From Paradise Lost
In Illustrations by Gustave Doré

#1 ~ #2#3#4#5 ~ #6
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Alan Dundes was a folklorist whose work was said to have been central to establishing the study of Folklore as an academic discipline. ~ Folkloristics

Soul Eater


Otherkin
are a subculture who socially and spiritually identify as partially or entirely non-human.
Changeling
Wild Man
Green Man
Pygmalion
Moss People
Am Fear Liath Mòr
Therianthropy
Therians
Turkic Mythology
Asena
is the name of a she-wolf associated with a Göktürk ethnogenic myth "full of shamanic symbolism.
Yan-gant-y-tan

Cambion offspring of an incubus or succubus and a human
Therianthropy (shapeshifting)

Gardens of Bomarzo



Æsop, retold by Joseph Jacobs


[Written 1904]




1870


Published [1916]

Wikipedia List Of Beings Referred To As Fairies

Thomas Keightley

The Facetious Nights of Straparola
Volume One PDF ~ Volume Two PDF
The Decameron
Donas de fuera
Benandanti

Tooth Fairy
The Vikings paid children for their teeth.
Children's teeth and other articles belonging to children were said to bring good luck in battle
and Scandinavian warriors hung children's teeth on a string around their necks.
Fear of witches was another reason to bury or burn teeth.
In medieval Europe, it was thought that if a witch were to get hold of one's teeth,
it could lead to them having total power over him or her.

by Jean Lang, 1915
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Rhodopis
is an ancient tale about a Greek courtesan who marries the king of Egypt
is considered to be the earliest variant of the Cinderella story.
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Greek Charites
In Greek mythology, a Charis or Grace is one of three or more minor goddesses of charm, beauty, nature, human creativity, and fertility, together known as the Charites or Graces. The usual list, from youngest to oldest is Aglaea ("Splendor"), Euphrosyne ("Mirth"), and Thalia ("Good Cheer").
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Mythology by Region or Culture


Glossopetrae
Studies in European Fossil Folklore and Ethnopaleontology

Africa #1#2#3 ~  (Further information: African traditional religions)
North Africa
Berber mythology
Egyptian mythology #1 ~ #2#3 ~ #4
West Africa
Akan mythology
Ashanti mythology (Ghana)
Dahomey (Fon) mythology #1#2 ~ #3
Efik mythology (Nigeria, Cameroon)
Igbo mythology (Nigeria, Cameroon)
Isoko mythology (Nigeria)
Yoruba mythology (Nigeria, Benin)
Central Africa
Bushongo mythology (Congo)
Baluba mythology
Bambuti (Pygmy) mythology (Congo)
Lugbara mythology (Congo)
East Africa
Akamba mythology (East Kenya)
Dinka mythology (Sudan)
Lotuko mythology (Sudan)
Masai mythology (Kenya, Tanzania)
Southern Africa(continue centering here)
            Khoikhoi mythology
            Lozi mythology (Zambia)
            Tumbuka mythology (Malawi)
            Zulu mythology (South Africa)
        Arctic
            Finnish mythology
            Inuit mythology #1 ~ #2
            Norse mythology
            Sami mythology
           Siberia Shamanism
 
      Asia
        Southwestern Asia (Further Information: Middle Eastern mythology)
            ancient (Further information: Ancient Near Eastern religion)
                Mesopotamian mythology (Sumerian, Assyro-Babylonian)
                Semitic mythology
                    Babylonian mythology
                   Arabian mythology
                    Canaanite mythology
                Hittite mythology
                Hurrian mythology
                Scythian mythology
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The Mysterious Ancient Giants Who Ruled America
Crow Indian Mythology
Choctaw Mythology

Mythopoeia

Cthulhu Mythos  ~ Solomon Kane ~ The DC UniverseStar Wars (Wookieepedia) ~ The Matrix ~

Perkunas
Sheela na Gig
Raijin
Sun Wukong
Baron Samedi
Tlazolteotl
Abraxas
Atum
Prince Philip

 Hair, Mythology and Magic
Hair
Hair in Mythology from THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD OF HAIR
Myths Associated With Hair >> SifMedusaNisus ~ Samson

Bogeyman
Feathertop ~ Full Text
Tatty Bogle
Kuebiko The Wise Scarecrow
Priapus

Odin

Ra The Path of the Sun God: A Vision of Ancient Egypt Full Documentary 2015:the story of the Egyptian Christ 1:58:57
Egyptian Deities Short Alphabetical Video

Jewish Angelic Hierarchy
Living Creatures (Bible)
Cherub

Solar Deity - Wikipedia
Sun Worship ~ Religion Britannica
Rituals & Beliefs for the Egyptian Sun God
Circle Craft: Sunrise Rituals - Circle Sanctuary
History of Sun Worship Across Cultures - Paganism/Wicca
Litha ~ Winter SolsticeYule
Stonehenge in Winter
Sun Dance
Everything You Need to Know About the Winter Solstice
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Creation Legend: Merodach the Dragon Slayer

Zecharia Sitchin

Enûma Eliš
Tiamat ~ Lahmu and Lahamu
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Bhuta Kola
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Black Sun ~ Black Sun (alchemy) ~ Black Sun (occult symbol)
Five Suns (Aztec Mythology)
Lords of the Night
The Nine Lords of the Night in Aztec mythology are:
Xiuhtecuhtli ("Turqoise/Year/Fire Lord") the god of fire, day and heat
Tezcatlipoca ("Smoking Mirror") alludes to his connection to obsidian, the material from which mirrors were made in Mesoamerica which were used for shamanic rituals and prophecy.
Piltzintecuhtli ("Prince Lord") god of the rising sun, healing, and visions
Centeotl ("Maize God")
Mictlantecuhtli ("Underworld Lord") a god of the dead and the king of Mictlan (Chicunauhmictlan), the lowest and northernmost section of the underworld
Chalchiuhtlicue ("Jade Is Her Skirt") goddess of water
Tlazolteotl ("Filth God[dess]") goddess of filth (sin), vice, and sexual misdeeds.
Tepeyollotl ("Mountain Heart")
Tlaloc (Rain God) god of the rains, fertility and of water
Tzitzimitl
is a deity associated with stars who were depicted as skeletal female figures wearing skirts often with skull and crossbone designs. Associated especially with the stars that can be seen around the Sun during a solar eclipse. This was interpreted as the Tzitzimimeh attacking the Sun, this caused the belief that during a solar eclipse, the tzitzimime would descend to the earth and devour human beings.
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Water Deities
Nautical Folklore
Water Spirit
Water Chakra
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Tantalus ~ His Crime and Punishment
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The Question: "Who is more insane, those in the asylum or those who create wars?"
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Mythical Creature - New World Encyclopedia

Ananke
 the mother of the Fates


are an ancient legendary race of people who had no need to eat or drink anything at all.
They survived by smelling apples and flowers.
Phantosmia

Nemesis

Apollodorus The Library



Sskeptic.Com


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Folk-Lore: A Quarterly Review
The journal of the Folk-Lore Society
Started as the Folk-Lore Record (1878–1882)

The Society for Creative Anachronism
Read Legends and Myths.com
Gods and Monsters
Encyclopedia Mythica
Greek Mythology
HyperHistory
Myth Encyclopedia
Myth Web
The Heroes Journey Chart Image
Goggle mythology links
Theoi Project
Graet Site for info List of Gods and Goddesses by Culture
The Ancient Wisdom Foundation
Symbol Dictionary.net
Ancient Clivilizations National Geographic
Ancient and Lost Civilizations CrystalLinks
Ancient Technology - Megalithic Structures YouTube Videos
World-Mysteries
Ancient Origins
Puma Punku
Anciwnt Code
Nazca Lines
Museum of Unnatural Mystery
Sacsayhuaman
World Mysteries.com
Stonehenge
Live Science
Costa Rica Stone Spheres
Baalbek
Pyramid of Giza

VRoma Project Roman Mythology

Myths of Babylonia and Assyria
Symbols in Teutonic Mythology
God Checker Your Guide To The Gods
Encyclopedia Mythiica
Mythology Wiki
The Project Gutenberg eBook of Bulfinch's Mythology, by Thomas Bulfinch
Kuebiko ~ Wikipedia ~ Image
Japanese Mythology Wikipedia
Japanese Mythology& Folklore Wordpress
Omnism
Moses-Eygpt-Net
Myths Encyclopedia
Religion in Africa (Part 1/5)**
Obatala creator of human bodies
Baba Yaga
Slavic Mythology
Ori
Refers to one's spiritual intuition and destiny. Refers to one's spiritual intuition and destiny.
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Tiamat
In Mesopotamian Religion (Sumerian, Assyrian, Akkadian and Babylonian), Tiamat is a primordial goddess of the ocean, mating with Abzû (the god of fresh water) to produce younger gods. She is the symbol of the chaos of primordial creation, depicted as a woman,
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Saturnalia
was an ancient Roman festival in honor of the deity Saturn
In Roman mythology, Saturn was an agricultural deity who was said to have reigned over the world in the Golden Age, when humans enjoyed the spontaneous bounty of the earth without labor in a state of innocence.
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Saturn – Why Are We Worshiping The Cult Of EL?
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ADDA NARI
is androgynous and keeps a serpent around the neck as most all Hindu figures. Hermes the thrice born who is Thoth was also androgynous. The joining of the masculine and feminine where taken to these vulgar "literal" levels as another deterrent from true spiritual unity.
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Hesperides
are the nymphs of evening and golden light of sunset,
who were the "Daughters of the Evening" or "Nymphs of the West"

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Hand of Glory
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Wild Hunt
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medieval to modern
Armenian mythology
Ossetian mythology
Arabian mythology
Islamic mythology
Kurdish mythology
Persian mythology
South Asia
Ayyavazhi mythology
Hindu mythology
Tamil mythology
East Asia
Buddhist mythology
Chinese mythology
Japanese mythology
Korean mythology
Tibetan mythology
Southeast Asia
Philippine mythology
Malay mythology
Malagasy mythology
Indonesian mythology
        Central and Northern Asia (Further information: Shamanism in Siberia
(overlaps with Eastern and Northern Europe)
Altaic mythology
            Scythian mythology
            Finnic mythology
            Tibetan mythology
    Australia and Oceania
            Australian Aboriginal mythology
            Hawaiian mythology
            Maori mythology
            Melanesian mythology
            Micronesian mythology
            Papuan mythology
            Polynesian mythology
            Rapa Nui mythology
    Europe (Further information: European folklore, Christian mythology, and Folk Catholicism)
        Classical Antiquity - see also Classical Mythology
            Greek mythology
            Roman mythology - see also Classical Mythology and Interpretatio Graeca
            Etruscan mythology
            Celtic mythology
            Germanic mythology
            Paleo-Balkans mythology
            Lusitanian mythology
        Northern Europe (Further information: Scandinavian folklore)
            Norse mythology
            Finnic mythology
                Estonian mythology
                Finnish mythology
                Sami mythology
            Baltic mythology
                Latvian mythology
                Lithuanian mythology
        Eastern Europe (Further information: Altaic mythology and Scythian mythology)
            Hungarian mythology
            Roma (Gypsy) mythology
            Slavic mythology
            Romanian mythology
            Tatar mythology
        Southern Europe
            Albanian folklore
            Catalan mythology
            Greek mythology
            Maltese mythology
            Spanish mythology
            Turkish mythology
        Western Europe (Further information: Continental Germanic mythology)
            Alpine mythology
            Basque mythology
            Frankish mythology
            French mythology
            German mythology
        British Isles
            English mythology
            Irish mythology
            Scottish mythology
            Welsh mythology
    Americas
        North America
            Algonquian (northeastern US, Great Lakes)
                Abenaki mythology
                Anishinaabe traditional beliefs
                Leni Lenape mythology
        Plains Indians
            Blackfoot mythology
            Crow mythology
            Lakota mythology
            Pawnee mythology
        Muskogean (southern US) and Iroquois (Eastern US)
            Iroquois mythology (Five Nations)
            Choctaw mythology
            Creek mythology
            Ho-Chunk mythology
            Huron mythology
            Seneca mythology
        Alaska and Arctic Canada
            Haida mythology
            Inuit mythology
        Pacific Northwest
            Kwakiutl mythology
            Nootka mythology
        Uto-Aztecan (Great Basin to Mexico)
            Hopi mythology
            Miwok mythology
            Ohlone mythology
            Ute mythology
            Salish mythology
            Tsimshian mythology
        other southwestern US
            Navaho mythology
            Pomo mythology
            Zuni mythology
        Mesoamerica
            Aztec mythology
            Maya mythology
            Olmec mythology
        Caribbean
            Haitian mythology
        South America
            Chilota mythology
            Inca mythology
            Guaraní mythology
            Mapuche mythology

    Christian mythology
    Buddhist mythology
    Hindu mythology
    Islamic mythology
    Jewish mythology
    African diasporic religions
        Hoodoo
        Vodou
        Santería
        Obeah
        Kumina
        Palo
        Candomblé
        Umbanda
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