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
Lugh, whose name means "the shining one," was the Celtic Sun god. The underworld god Balor ...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?
Did you know that Apollo
was the son of Zeus
and Leto, the twin brother of Artemis
, and the Greek god of the Sun?
Did you know that the Yoruba god of the sea, Olokun, lives in a palace under the sea, with human and fish attendants?
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xGraben : A graben is a down-dropped block of the earth's crust resulting from extension, or pulling, of the crust.
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Current observational tools cannot account for roughly half of the heat that is believed to have built up on Earth in recent years, according to a "Perspectives" article in this week's issue of the journal...Read more