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Myth of the Day Muut By: iFunny.co/Mythology In Cahuilla mythology (Native American tribe), Muut is a Psychopomp (god that guides souls to the afterlife) and was given this role by the Creator god Mukat who believed that overpopulation would have dire consequences. Muut is described as an... #scifimythical #artcreative #mythology #myth #myths #mythos #mythological #original #originalcontent #oc #muut #day #ifunny #in #cahuilla #american #psychopomp #guides #souls #given #role #creator #pic
Apotamkin really is a genuine monster from Native American mythology, which is probably why its name appeared in the search results while Bella was looking for information about Native American vampires in the movie. In reality, though, myths about Apotamkin come from the Maliseet and Passamaquoddy tribes, who live on the east coast (thousands of miles from the Quileutes.) Also, Apotamkin was not actually a vampire in real Native American legends. It was a sea serpent.
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Gods from many cultures drew as Comic book Superheroes. I loved these drawings that I found on internet. The credit belongs totally to the unknown author. Dioses de muchas culturas dibujados como S…
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