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Myth & Legend
Browse articles relating to folklore, myths, and legends below.
Astarte/Astarot is derived from Ashtoreth of 1 Kings 11:5 “the goddess of the Sidonians.”
Atlantis was a great civilization that was destroyed in a massive catastrophe about 12,000 years ago when the last great Ice Age ended.
Circe, the daughter of the Sun, one of the Titans, is a beautiful seductress similar to Calypso.
Is reason the root of all evil? That’s the core theme romantic era poet and artist, William Blake, tackles in his alternative-to-Genesis creation story, The Book of Urizen.
Malaysian’s TheStar.com.my has a list of Malaysian ghosts with brief descriptions.
Medea was known as a sorceress who used her magic to fight a monster called Talos during Jason’s quest to obtain the Golden Fleece.
Legends have talked about the Holy Grail, the cup Jesus and disciples drank from at the Last Supper and alleges to give eternal life, since the Middle Ages.
An English lit grad student asks about independent study topics involving Milton, Dante and the Faust Myth.