Explore World Mythology
The table below provides links to similar gods and goddesses in the Greek and Roman pantheons. ...Read more
Visit the links to learn about the myths of West Africa related to objects in the sky, and ...Read more
Explore myths from Amazonia about the Sun and Moon. ...Read more
Learn about Aztec myths related to the Solar System and stars. ...Read more
For the Celts, who lived in central Europe, Lugh was a Sun god. The underworld god Balor was ...Read more
Explore folklore from China about the Sun, Moon, and Creation. ...Read more
Visit the links to learn about ancient Egyptian myths related to objects in the sky, the Earth, ...Read more
Learn about Hindu myths related to the sky, the Solar System, and the stars. ...Read more
Visit the links to learn about Inca myths related to objects in the sky and the Earth. Back ...Read more
Learn about the ways traditional Inuit culture has viewed the Sun, Moon, and Earth. ...Read more
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Did you know that Thor
was the Norse god of thunder, and that he produced thunder with his hammer, Mjolnir?
Did you know that the Inuit sea spirit, Sedna, stubbornly refused to marry anyone?
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xTurbidites : Turbidites are sea-bottom deposits formed by massive slope failures where rivers have deposited large deltas.
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Earthquakes occur regularly in Sumatra, Indonesia because it is located near the boundary of two of Earth's tectonic plates. These earthquakes occur at 'subduction zones,' which are areas where one tectonic...Read more