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Йейл, занимательное существо, описанное в «Естественной истории» Плиния Старшего, также известное как Центикор – это создание, похожее на оленя, с потрясающей суперсилой. Его рога, которые сами по себе являются устрашающим оружием, могут повернуться в любую сторону, чтобы ударить ничего не подозревающего охотника или глупого искателя мифов. Поэтому, когда в следующий раз вы с друзьями пойдёте на охоту – будьте осторожны, вы можете напороться на острые рога Йейла. Источник…


Marketers must get beyond the drinking of the social media hype and the mentality that dictates, "Oh, we need to put up a Facebook page," without any inkling of setting objectives and knowing how to measure success or failure to set goals.

The creation myth of Maori legend is simply told in Peter's stunning, illustrative style. Bold design and brief text introduce the struggle of the children of Rangi and Papa as they try to part their parents and bring light to the world.


The Ojibway Creation Story- Similar to Earth on Turtle's Back (Canadian Tale- Ontario), about the formation of North America


Iroquois Creation Myth

Iroquois Creation Myth Giclee Print by Ernest Smith at


The Enuma Elish is written on seven tablets, each are between 115 and 170 lines long. They were written no later than the reign of Nebuchadrezzar in the 12th century B.C.E. But there is also little doubt that this story was written much earlier, during the time of the Sumerians. Henry Layard found within the ruins of the library of Ashurbanipal in Nineveh, texts not unlike the Biblical Genesis . George Smith published these in 1876 as, The Chaldean Genesis.


For Nordic Witches: Based on the ancient Nordic creation myth of my Scandinavian and Germanic ancestors, this 9-fold Northern Tradition elemental model is explained further in Michael Kelly's Aegishmaljur, the Book of Dragon Runes. Additional Northern Tradition elemental information is from Edred Thorsson's Futhark, A Handbook of Rune Magic.


Richard Hook - Myths. "25 - The Creation", Myth From The Navajo Tribe - Southwest Region.


The Anunnaki - "Those who from heaven came" - are a group of deities in ancient Mesopotamian cultures. The Anunnaki appear in the Babylonian creation myth, Enuma Elish. In the late version magnifying Marduk, after the creation of mankind, Marduk divides the Anunnaki and assigns them to their proper stations, three hundred in heaven, three hundred on the earth.