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VIETNAMESE MYTH 2 PAGE UPDATED: PART 4 OF A WAR BETWEEN GODS AND MORE!

Here is the fourth part of the Vietnamese epic myth A War Between Gods, plus added entries on myths associated with the reigns of Hung Vuong V and VI. For the other parts of A War Between Gods here is the link: https://glitternight.com/vietnamese-myth-2/

CANTO IV – Hung Vuong XVIII regarded the two remaining competitors for Mi Nuong’s hand with glee. He stated that the only competition that his daughter’s suitors hadn’t been subjected to was a test of raw power. Thuy Tinh demonstrated his power first, summoning the seasonal rains he was the lord of and bringing down such an intense downpour that rivers were quickly in danger of Continue reading

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VIETNAMESE MYTH 2 PAGE UPDATED: A WAR BETWEEN GODS CONTINUES

It’s the second canto of the Vietnamese epic myth A War Between Gods PLUS a myth involving Hung Vuong II and the round & square cakes prepared for Tet celebrations. Here is the link: https://glitternight.com/vietnamese-myth-2/ 

CANTO II – Thuy Tinh, the god who shepherded in the clouds that brought the rains during what is now monsoon season, told Tan Vien that he had transformed himself into Continue reading

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MERRY CHRISTMAS! I’VE UPDATED MY VIETNAMESE MYTHOLOGY PAGE AGAIN!

I expanded my entry on the god Thach Sanh with four episodes from his saga. A few days ago I added an entry on the semi-divine Trung Sisters. Here is the link: https://glitternight.com/vietnamese-myth-new/

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