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Creation Myth Archetypes From All Around The World

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Annie Melnick

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Creation Myth Archetypes From All Around The World
by Ruby, Halle, and Annie

Woman Who Fell From The Sky
(Northern America)
The Frost Giant
(Iceland)


Bursting From The Hen's Egg
(China)
We can conclude many things about different cultures just by analyzing what archetypes they have in common. For example take this archetype, when the creator dies the earth or life is made or finished being made from their body. We can conclude that all 3 of these cultures think of dead people as sacred or that there is an after life. We have shown you how there are universal beliefs, thoughts, and rituals in all different cultures around the world. Thanks for listening.
Conclusion
Today you are going on a trip around the world to see similar archetypes from different places all over the globe! Most importantly we will show you that there are universal beliefs, thoughts and rituals in different cultures all over the world
Enjoy!! That was a short clip on the archetype good versus evil.
The Divine woman fell from the sky and all the sea creatures helped her and created land for her. She had 2 sons one was god and the other was evil. The divine woman died giving birth and her body became life and plants. The good son made normal porporshanet animals. On the other hand the evil son made huge animals that took up lots of resources. In the end the good brother made all the animals a normal size and beat his brother to death.

The people of Iceland made this story, because they thought that there god should be just like them. They made their god, intelligence and capable of speech, and the Frost giant is not particularly cunning or subtly motivated. This is what most of the people in Iceland are. In this story the Frost Giant creates humans by making them come out of his body. The archetypes of this story evil first part of the story, supreme creator, and snow.
The story “Bursting From The Hen’s Egg” is about the universe that is shaped as a giant egg. The giant Phan Ku “burst” from the egg. Being born was superior, since he was the great creator of the world (according to Ancient China). Phan Ku grew 10 ft a day and lived for 18,000 years. When he died the world was complete.


Who They Were
Who were the Wyandots / Hurons
What there culture was like
What was the Wyandots / Hurons culture like
Who They Were
Who were the people in Iceland?
What there culture was like
What was the Icelandic culture like
Who They Were
Who were the Chinese
What there culture was like
What was the Chinese culture like
Woman Who Fell From The Sky
and
The Frost Giant
The character archetype where one of the first being(s) is/are evil
Bursting From A Hens Egg
and
The Frost Giant
The character archetype when the first being on Earth is a creator of life or nature
All the stories
The character archetype where when the creator dies the earth or life is made or finished being made from their body
Archetypes

What archetypes do each of the stories share?
Introduction
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