November 23, 2015 · 8:59 pm
Many people are still so simple-minded and uninformed that they actually think Islam has only been savagely sneak- attacking the rest of the world since 2001. The self-satisfied dolts find it easy to buy the ridiculous notion that the dead victims of Muslim fascists somehow deserved to be killed.
Muslims have been attacking, killing, enslaving and raping non-Muslims for over a thousand years. And anyone who knows the Muslim World’s history knows that they begin killing other Muslims who disagree with them about dogma if there are no non-Muslims around to victimize. Continue reading →
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November 3, 2014 · 10:41 pm
SLID – The god of the seas and all the rivers and streams. He also owns all the pearls and treasures lost at sea. When Slid first unleashed his waves upon the world there was nothing but land and the sea god had to fight a war with the other gods for every mile of territory his waters spread along. Slid’s aquatic army first conquered the winds and then began eating away at large rocks that stood between the sea god’s forces and more territory he desired.
The advance of Slid’s aquatic army was checked momentarily when the other gods of Pegana sent the white cliffs of the lowlands to stop him. Slid pretended to be halted before these high cliffs but in the meantime caused rivers and springs to form behind the lines of his opponents. Continue reading →
March 13, 2013 · 8:30 pm
A reader asked me a question about Egyptian mythology being influenced by other cultures. Since I get occassional e-mails asking me similar questions I figured I would post my answer in the spirit of an FAQ.
My Answer: This sort of inter-cultural influence is pretty standard in mythology. No belief system springs from a vacuum. It springs from previous belief systems in the region and also from appropriating elements of belief systems of other cultures they come into contact with. The process is Continue reading →