The Boy Pu-nia and Kai-ale-ale, the King of the Sharks: A Hawaiian Legend

On one side of the Island, there lived a great shark: Kai-ale-ale he was named; he was the King of the Sharks of that place, and he had ten sharks under him. He lived near a cave that was filled with lobsters. But no one dared to dive down, and go into that cave, and take lobsters out of it
The Boy Pu-nia and Kai-ale-ale, the King of the Sharks: A Hawaiian Legend

Connla and the Fairy Maiden: A Celtic Fairy Tale – 12th Century

Connla of the Fiery Hair was son of Conn of the Hundred Fights. One day as he stood by the side of his father on the height of Usna, he saw a maiden clad in strange attire coming towards him.
Connla and the Fairy Maiden

The Bag of Stories: A Mongolian Legend

Centuries ago the Black Plague raged among the Mongols, killing thousands, if not millions, of people. Desperate and terrified, the people of their domains fled in every possible direction, hoping to escape.
The Bag of Stories: A Mongolian Legend

Orpheus and Eurydice: The Ultimate Tragic Love Story

the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice is a tragic tale of love, loss, and the power of music. It serves as a reminder of the dangers of temptation and the fragility of life and love.

The Creation of the World: Native American Legend

The Creation of the World story, of the Gros Ventres Indians, is similar to the origin story of at least two other Algonquin tribes
Native American Legend

The Miserere: A Religious Legend from 1862

Maundy Thursday – The Miserere, a religious legend by Gustavo Adolfo Becquer

Tanabata: The Japanese Star Festival and The Milky Way Lovers

Tanabata, The Japanese Star Festival, celebrates the meeting between Orihime (Vega) and Hikoboshi (Altair). The Milky Way, a river made of stars that crosses the sky, separates these lovers, and they are only allowed to see each other once a year

The King and The Dogs

Once upon a time, there lived a king who was malicious and evil. The king had ten wild dogs that he used to torture his enemy, and also any of his servants who made a mistake.
The King and The Dogs

Hermes Trismegistus and The 7 Great Hermetic Principles c. 300 BCE – 1200 CE.

Hermeticism or Hermetism is a philosophical system based on the teachings of the ancient Egyptian God known as Thoth.
Further, we will explore Hermes Trismegistus and The 7 Great Hermetic Principles

History of Halloween: A 2,000-year-old Pagan Ritual

The name “Halloween” is derived from All Hallows’ Eve, also known as Allhalloween, All Hallows’ Eve, or All Saints’ Eve (hallows).
The History of Halloween derives from the Ancient Festival of Samhaim