Plane - Mythology and Religion

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Apple (symbolism) - Mythology and Religion - Celtic
... Celtic mythology includes a story about Conle who receives an apple which feeds him for a year but also gives him an irresistible desire for fairyland ...
Andalusia - Art and Culture - Culture - Mythology and Religion
... The principal characteristic of the local popular form of Catholicism is devotion to the Virgin Mary Andalusia is sometimes known as la tierra de María Santísima ("the land of Most Holy Mary") ... Also characteristic are the processions during Holy Week, in which thousands of penitents (known as nazarenos) sing saetas ...
Aztec Culture - Cultural Patterns - Mythology and Religion
... Veneration of Huitzilopochtli, the personification of the sun and of war, was central to the religious, social and political practices of the Mexicas ... Huitzilopochtli attained this central position after the founding of Tenochtitlan and the formation of the Mexica city-state society in the 14th century ...
Blood Brother - Mythology
... In the mythology of northern Europe, Gunther and Högni became the blood brothers of Sigurd when he married their sister Gudrun in Wagner's Ring Cycle, the same occurs between Gunther and Wagner's version of Sigurd ...
Modern Mythology
... continue the trend of mining traditional mythology in order to directly create a plot for modern consumption ...

Famous quotes containing the words religion and/or mythology:

    The religion of the Bible is the best in the world. I see the infinite value of religion. Let it be always encouraged. A world of superstition and folly have grown up around its forms and ceremonies. But the truth in it is one of the deep sentiments in human nature.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)

    Through the mythology of Einstein, the world blissfully regained the image of knowledge reduced to a formula.
    Roland Barthes (1915–1980)