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Creation myth

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First Try making a Magic System + Creation Myth (criticism needed): worldbuilding

For artists, writers, gamemasters, musicians, programmers, philosophers and scientists alike! The creation of new worlds and new universes has...

Aqrabuamelu

The Aqrabuamelu is a creature with origins in Mesopotamian mythology, legend and folklore. In particular, accounts of their existence first originate in the Babylonian Creation Myth known as the Enûma Eliš (Enuma Elish), as well as the Babylonian version of the Epic of Gilgamesh. In these, they are said to have been created by the primordial ocean goddess Tiamat, to wage war against the younger gods and her traitorous mate Apsu. The Aqrabuamelu is commonly very much like a Centaur in nature…

The Orphic egg is a symbolic image, depicting a snake wrapped around an egg. The symbol has its roots in ancient Egypt and Greek traditions.

Often depicted as an egg entwined by a serpent, the Orphic Egg is found in ancient Greek tradition. Here’s a closer look at this unique symbol.

Picture of Tortoise beside Cymatic Sound Patterns.

Picture of Tortoise beside Cymatic Sound Patterns. The Tortoise, so often seen as supporting the World in Creation Myths, has a striking similarity to Cymatic Sound Pattern within its Shell. …

Yebá Bëló in tupi-guarani mythology is the creator goddess of the world, according to the Dessanas indians, or still according to them just the woman who appeared out of nowhere, as at the beginning there was nothing but darkness. Either way she is the main figure in the creation myth of the dessanas. According to them, she lives in a quartz dwelling, and she created human beings from the ipadu (coca leaf) that she chewed. They also said that while she smoked, she created a being of smoke,...

Yebá Bëló in tupi-guarani mythology is the creator goddess of the world, according to the Dessanas indians, or still according to them just the woman who appeared out of nowhere, as at the beginning there was nothing but darkness. Either way she is the main figure in the creation myth of the dessanas. According to them, she lives in a quartz dwelling, and she created human beings from the ipadu (coca leaf) that she chewed. They also said that while she smoked, she created a being of…