Tag Archives: Myth

What Pegman Saw: Worth His Salt

Bronimir sat upon the table, not his usual place at all. He sat between a yeasty loaf that made his clay mouth drool and the smallest imaginable dish of salt. His family wanted something of him, and he knew what … Continue reading

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What Pegman Saw: The Flatulent One

‘See!’ Chimalis addressed the pilgrims. ‘At Huracan’s first creation, the gods created humans from mud. But mud has no voice to worship the gods, and so the gods destroyed them in a deluge.’ The pilgrims knew the story, yet the … Continue reading

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Evidence Mounts for Noah’s Flood

Another Theory by Iris Einstein There is scarcely a culture around the world that lacks a Flood Myth. And is it a wonder when the sea levels have been rising by leaps and creeps since the end of the Ice … Continue reading

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Iris Einstein Theory Number (Whatever)

Of Dolmens, Sacred Cows and Orion (Throughout this post I shall persist in using the English plural-form of dolmens, although everything in me screams that it ought to be ‘dolmen’) So, yea, I know there are some clever clogs out … Continue reading

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