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    Re: Creation Myths?

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    One've my favorite creation myths is the Egyptian one about the sacred goose of Amon. It laid the egg which hatched the world and it woke the universe with its celestial cackling!

    So that's what all that racket was this morning!

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    Re: Creation Myths?

    That's it! Next time you see some ancient Egyptian glyphs, look for a simple white goose. Incredibly important, he never assumed airs, never put on a crown, wore a medal or robes...just went on about his goosely business.

    There's a lesson we can learn here!
    My candle's burning at both ends, it will not last the night. But ah, my foes, and oh, my friends--It gives a lovely light!--Edna St. Vincent Millay

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    Re: Creation Myths?

    Asena is the name of a female wolf in Turkish mythology.

    One tale of the origins of the Gokturks involves a massacre and the rescue of a lone baby boy by a she wolf who raised him. He then went on to found a new dynasty, the Ashina.

    The legend of Asena is an old Turkish myth that tells of how the Turkish people were created. In Northern China a small Mongolian villige was raided by Chinnese soldiers ,but one small baby was left behind. An old she-wolf named Asena found the baby and nursed him, then the she-wolf gave birth to half wolf, half human cubs therefore the Turkish people were born.

    wikipedia

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    Re: Creation Myths?

    dont be afraid i dont bite

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    Re: Creation Myths?

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    Re: Creation Myths?

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    I always enjoyed reading the myths about creation the ancient red indians used to tell as stories. Or those of ancient China about dragons and such. King Arthor and the Knights of the round table or Loch Ness.

    They give those of us hope and inspiration that there is more to life than meets the eye.

    I welcome myths. Stories of old handed down throughout the ages. Of times forgot and times of mystery and magic.

    I hope the future holds more of these things.


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