Hatybov’s Genotypes : The Progression of the Arachnid Brain, Reincarnation, and the Formation of the Social Structure – Sagesigma Unbound. Author’s note : I’ve copied this over to the new site in advance of an upcoming mosquito/insect as biosensors article.
This was originally published last year, so it may be a repeat for some. Thanks! And here we are at last: a discussion of the Genotype progression. THE CREATOR CONCEPT AMONG THE INDIANS OF NORTH CENTRAL CALIFORNIA - LOEB - 2009 - American Anthropologist. Achomawi and Atsugewi Tales/Achomawi Myths: Achomawi and Atsugewi Tales: 11. Creation Myth (Atsugewi) Sacred Texts Native American California Index Previous Next p. 170 In the beginning there was nothing but water.
Coyote and Silver-Fox lived above in the sky, where there was a world Eke this one. Silver-Fox was anxious to make things, but Coyote was opposed to the plan. Hmong Creation Myth. According to Hmong tradition, a long time ago the rivers and ocean covered the Earth.
A brother and sister were locked in a yellow wooden drum. The Sky People looked out and saw the Earth. Everything was dead. Only a yellow wooden drum was left on the water. “Punch holes in the Earth so the water will drain away,” said the King above the Sky.The water went down. 4 Beautiful, Bizarre, And Disturbing Earth Origin Stories. A collection of Creation Myths from all the different cultures around the world. We have always wonder about what we don't know, like the why and how we are in this planet, why we are alive, and more.
And well, every culture try to explain this in their own words through some creation myths. Some of these myths start with a birth, which represents life, also this relates to the idea of a figure either maternal or paternal, and we all can relate to this right?. In every story there is a Supreme Being (usually a God), and its the one that starts the engines you might say for the creation of the universe. But not every myth share this, some others believe that life came from either above or below of we are standing, others that the Earth was covered in water and the land was raised up. Another interesting point I found, its that in some cases, humans and animals used to live in harmony one with the other, but this was no more due to the sins that humans did against their creators, or the animals were lied and used by one being and was punished for that. Greek mythology and human origins. Greek mythology begins with the Creation Myth , which is contained within many different sources of ancient Greek texts.
The most complete one is Theogony from the Greek poet Hesiod, who lived around the 8 th century BCE. Hesiod combines all Greek myths and traditions to create this mythical cosmogony. According to Theogony, in the beginning only chaos and void existed throughout the entire universe (The Greek word chaos does not have the same meaning in which it is used today, but simply meant empty space or a dark void.). Chaos was followed by Gaia (which means earth) and Eros (which is love). It is not specified if Gaia and Eros were born from Chaos or whether they were pre-existing; however, Hesiod mentions that Gaia (Earth) came into existence in order to become the home of the gods. The Grigori - Angelic Watchers.
The Grigori (from Greek egrgoroi, "The Watchers") are, in one popular version, a group of fallen angels described in Biblical apocrypha who mated with mortal women, giving rise to a race of hybrids known as the Nephilim, who are described as giants in Genesis 6:4.
A different idea of the Grigori appears in some traditions of Italian witchcraft where the Grigori are said to come from ancient stellar lore. References to angelic Grigori appear in the books of Enoch and Jubilees. In Hebrew they are known as the Irin, "Watchers," found mentioned in the Old Testament Book of Daniel (chapter 4). According to the Book of Enoch, the Grigori numbered a total of 200 but only their leaders are named: Lord Brahma: The God of Creation - Hinduism. By Subhamoy Das Updated November 23, 2016.
Hinduism perceives the whole creation and its cosmic activity as the work of three fundamental forces symbolized by three gods, which constitutes the Hindu Trinity or ‘Trimurti’: Brahma - the creator, Vishnu - the sustainer, and Shiva - the destroyer. Creation - What do you believe? What do you think of when you hear the word creation?
Does your mind conjure up thoughts of an artist skillfully crafting a piece of art; or perhaps you think on a larger scale and you contemplate on the origin of mankind and our planet Earth; or grander still, you may imagine the creation of the universe. This article will address the creation of the universe, and the many different beliefs surrounding it. Modern Science has given a name to describe the study of creation when regarding the universe, that term is Cosmology (not to be confused with cosminology or hairdressing).
Cosmology is a broad term encompassing many different views and areas of study. To get a better understanding, we must truly comprehend the definition of the word. Chaos and the Primordial - Creation. The highest, or most exalted, of the five worlds is called Adam Kadmon.
Adam means "in the likeness of" or "in the image of," from the Hebrew word domeh. Kadmon means "primordial", or "primary", from the Hebrew root kadam. So, Adam Kadmon is the primordial world which is "in the likeness of" the Infinite Light which preceded it and which was concealed in the process of creation. This means that even though Adam Kadmon is a world, meaning that it comes into being through the concealment of the Infinite Light, it is such an elevated plane of reality that it is "in the likeness of" the Infinite Light (which, by nature, "precedes" the world of Adam Kadmon). Deucalion's Flood and the Creation of the new Human Race. When Prometheus stole fire from the King of the gods Zeus and gave it to humans, humans were no longer afraid of the cold and slowly they started progressing.
However, instead of being good people, they turned out to be bad and unfair. Furiously, the King of the gods Zeus one day decided to destroy the human race. But in Thessaly, in Central Greece, there lived the son of Prometheus, Deucalion, and his wife Pyrrha. Those people were good and righteous and Zeus felt pity for them and didn't want them to die. So he asked from Deucalion to build an ark.
The Theogony of Hesiod. Sacred-Texts Classics Hesiod Greek translated by Hugh G. Evelyn-White (ll. 1-25) From the Heliconian Muses let us begin to sing, who hold the great and holy mount of Helicon, and dance on soft feet about the deep-blue spring and the altar of the almighty son of Cronos, and, when they have washed their tender bodies in Permessus or in the Horse's Spring or Olmeius, make their fair, lovely dances upon highest Helicon and move with vigorous feet.
(ll. 26-28) `Shepherds of the wilderness, wretched things of shame, mere bellies, we know how to speak many false things as though they were true; but we know, when we will, to utter true things.' Hesiod's Theogony, Myths and Meaning - Ancient Greeks, Prometheus, Golden Age, Zeus, fire, Plato, mythology. Ancient Greeks were interested in understanding their place in the world around them.
They were very interested in the roots of their existence, and wanted to know how they fit into the world around them. Greek myths contributed to this effort. They looked around their world and asked why? ENUMA ELISH - The Epic Of Creation. The Babylonian 'Epic of Creation - Enuma Elish' is written on seven tablets, each are between 115 and 170 lines long. It supposedly was written no later than the reign of Nebuchadrezzar in the 12th century B.C.
But there is also little doubt that this story was written much earlier, during the time of the Sumerians. Drawing some new light on the ancients, Henry Layard found within the ruins of the library of Ashurbanipal in Nineveh, texts that were not unlike the Genesis creation in the Bible. George Smith first published these text in 1876 under the title, The Chaldean Genesis, Akkadian text written in the old Babylonian dialect. The Babylonian god finished his work within the span of 6 tablets of stone. The Enuma Elish: The Babylonian Creation Myth. Dennis Bratcher The Enuma Elish is a Babylonian or Mesopotamian myth of creation recounting the struggle between cosmic order and chaos. It is basically a myth of the cycle of seasons. It is named after its opening words and was recited on the fourth day of the ancient Babylonian New Year's festival. The basic story exists in various forms in the area.
Pandora, the Goddess who Unleashed both Hell and Hope upon Humanity. Most people are familiar with the creation of Adam and Eve in the Book of Genesis. But the story of mankind’s creation in Greek mythology is probably less well-known, and is arguably darker in tone when compared to Genesis. For a start, men and women were not created at the same time.
Men existed before the coming of women, and degenerated over the ages. THE MYTH OF HOMOLOGY. Tiamat. The Sepher Yetzirah - Sacred Texts. The Kolbrin - THE BOOK OF CREATION. Untitled.