Step into a World Where “Myths and Legends” Come Alive, Where Ancient Wisdom and Imagination Collide in a Dance of Mystery and Intrigue. From Fabled Creatures to Epic Adventures, This Spellbinding Section Unearths the Hidden Gems and Timeless Truths That Reside within Folklore.
Myths and Legends
The Legend of La Llorona is an ancient Mexican legend that has its root in Mexican and Mayan pre-Hispanic origins.
The Green Children of Woolpit is a Medieval British folk tale that has come down to us all the way from the 12th century AD.
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. .
Centuries ago the Black Plague raged among the Mongols, killing thousands. Desperate and terrified, the people of their domains fled in every possible direction, hoping to escape.
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 first published version of the fable is that of Madame de Noyer (1663-1719). “Soupe au Caillou” was published in 1720.
The legends common to one clan were known all over the continent and legends of the Iroquois can be found in some form among those of the Western Indian tribes of the present time.
The legend of Miserere is a haunting tale of a sacred choral composition, whispered to possess the power to grant absolution to all who hear it.
Once upon a time, there was a girl who lived with her stepmother.
Tanabata, The Japanese Star Festival, celebrates the meeting between Orihime (Vega) and Hikoboshi (Altair).
In the far-off ages, all the lands of northern Europe were one, for the deep seas had not yet separated them.
In the veins of the red man ran the wild poetry and imagination of the hunt, the chase, the battle, the capture, the dance, the forests, the valleys, the mountains, the streams, lakes and rivers, for a thousand generations;