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Norse mythology associates the aurora with the beautiful goddess, Freya, daughter of Njord ...Read more
In Norse mythology, it is believed that the northern lights (the aurora) were light reflected ...Read more
Chinese people thought the universe had the shape of a chicken's egg. After 18,000 years. the ...Read more
According to the Pawnee, the world was created by the god Tirawa. Tirawa sent the stars to ...Read more
Pan is the Greek god protector of shepherds and their flocks. He has horns and legs of a goat, ...Read more
Faunus was a Roman pastoral god. The Romans identified him with the Greek god Pan . Like Pan, ...Read more
Shango was the king of the Oyo kingdom in West Africa. This was where the Yoruba people lived ...Read more
According to the ancient Japanese religion Shinto, Susanowo was the god of the sea and the ...Read more
Tlaloc was an important deity of rain and fertility of the Aztec mythology. Aztec people were ...Read more
Tonenili is the Navaho God of Water. He is also called the Water Sprinkler because he sprinkles ...Read more
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