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  • Myth-y Mondays Week 14; 4/5/21- Puna and His Dragon Wife

    Story: Puna and His Dragon Wife Origin: Hawaii   There were once two goddesses named Kilhawahine and Haumea. When the time came to marry and what-not, Haumea saw Puna, the chief of Oahu and went, “hm, yeah okay I’ll take that one.” But (ruh-roh) Kilhawahine ALSO wanted to m...
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  • Myth-y Mondays 13; 3/29/21- CHEEEEEEESE

    Story: CHEEEEEEESE Origin: Abathia I thought it was about time you lovely people learned a little more about Abathia! For those of you who don’t know, Abathia is my main conworld! :D So without further or do, please enjoy the tale of CHEEEEEEESE.   In the land of Abathia, there lived ...
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  • Myth-y Mondays Week 12; 3/22/21- Aphrodite, Astarte, Ishtar

    Story: Le Love Goddess Aphrodite ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) (but did you know she’s not originally Greek?) Origin: Mesopotamia, Phoenicia, and (eventually) Greece YO MY DUDES! Welcome to another episode of “Abi’s Myth-y Mondays!” This week, we’re diving into the (both histor...
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  • Myth-y Monday (that woke up late and is now a Wednesday) 11

    Date: 3/15/21 (the date I was supposed to post it) 3/17/22 Story: The Tale of Chang’e (and Hou Yi, too, I guess. Don’t like him that much though :V) Origin: China! ACK I’M SO SORRY I FORGOT TO POST IT- Anyways, here’s a late Myth-y Monday-that-woke-up-late-and-is-now-Wednesday! This time I b...
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  • Myth-y Mondays Week 10- 3/8/21; SHARING YOUR HERITAGE STORIES!

    Story: Tales from your heritage culture! Origin: Your hearts <3Heyo everyone! And welcome to a very special Myth-y Monday. For week 10, we’re celebrating by sharing heritage and cultural stories. If you’d like to share, simply comment the tale of your choice and its origin onto this ...
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  • Myth-y Mondays Week 9; 3/1/21- Pwyll, Prince of Dyfed

    Story: Pwyll, Prince of DyfedOrigin: WalesThis week, we’re hopping into the colorful world of Welsh myth! As a native English speaker, Welsh is an absolute pain when it comes to phonetics, so to imagine how Pwyll is pronounced, try saying pleugh, and then make the “e” stronger, the...
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  • Myth-y Mondays Week 8- Trans/Intersex Deities II

    Story: Trans/Intersex Deities from Everywhere and EverywhenOrigin: Too many to count   WHOO! Trans/Intersex deities part 2, baby! So let’s just jump right in and get started.   Let’s start with the Philippines. In Tagalog myth, there’s a deity called Lakapati. Lakapat...
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  • The Candle Fae- A CHBA Fanfiction

    Topher stuck on the Hermes Air label and smiled at his handy work. A white-wax candle adorned with the smells of the Dodona Grove, contained in a small brass cylinder. It was one of many, and each candle was made with love and care. What Topher didn’t know was that because of the love he had p...
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  • Myth-y Mondays Week 7- 2/15/21

    Origin: Ancient China Story: The Bean Paste Maker's Daughter's SonHere’s a cool story my mom told me! Also, Trans/intersex Deities Part II is in the making :D   There once was a bean paste maker who had a beautiful daughter. The daughter (who’s name I can’t remember :V) fel...
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  • Myth-y Mondays Week 6- 2/8/21; Trans/Intersex Deities!

    Ohoho! Renee’s chanting got to me and now I have been engulfed into the world of trans/intersex deities. And the thing is- there’s a LOT of them! So without further ado, let’s get started!   Our first stop is in Africa! In Dahomey, the creator deity is called Mawu-Lisa. They...
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