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List of creation myths

List of creation myths
The following are common categories used to catalog or compare the various creation myths found throughout the world: Basic type[edit] Creation from chaos[edit] Earth diver[edit] Emergence[edit] Ex nihilo (out of nothing)[edit] World Parent[edit] Regional[edit] African[edit] American[edit] Arctic American[edit] Mesoamerican[edit] Mid North American[edit] South American[edit] Asian[edit] Central Asian[edit] East Asian[edit] South Asian[edit] Southeast Asian[edit] European[edit] Middle Eastern[edit] Pacific Islander/Oceanic[edit] References[edit] Leeming, David Adams; Leeming, Margaret Adams (1994).

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Sky father "Sky Father" is a direct translation of the Vedic Dyaus Pita, etymologically identical to the Greek Zeus Pater.[1] While there are numerous parallels adduced from outside of Indo-European mythology, the concept is far from universal (e.g. Egyptian mythology has a "Heavenly Mother"). "Sky Father" in historical mythology[edit] "Nomadic" hypothesis[edit] In late 19th century opinions on comparative religion, in a line of thinking that begins with Friedrich Engels and J.

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Triple deity Triple goddesses[edit] The Greek goddess Hekate portrayed in triplicate. In religious iconography or mythological art,[2] three separate beings may represent either a triad who always appear as a group (Greek Moirai, Charites, Erinnyes and the Norse Norns) or a single deity known from literary sources as having three aspects (Greek Hecate, Diana Nemorensis.[3]) In the case of the Irish Brighid it is ambiguous whether a single being or more are represented.[4] The Morrígan is known by at least three different names.[5] Ériu, Fotla and Banba, the goddesses of Irish sovereignty, are three sisters.[6] The Matres or Matronae are usually represented as a group of three but sometimes with as many as 27 (3 x 3 x 3) inscriptions. They were associated with motherhood and fertility. Indo-European theory[edit]