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... r ^ , 1" at the begin g of the great heat, and the mirage .8 the smoke of the fire they roast him by. They say also that . aso at SeTnf and/ ill - (Arcturus and Lyra) were the discoverer^ ,f the ant-pupas and the eggs of the loan-bird, and taught the aborigines > find them for food. Translated into the language of fact thel sssteiaamrspsolnewshmooyftaharsnet -ceapcluolperaddstthaheenidrsuldim samcneo-veregrgpeslr,asc.we&hqoiufoctht; -hPsereismaitstaoirvnsesiCanurlqetu emrsea,trikio,endabnyd th?ee 357 As ^ abongmes of Australia are commonly referred to as the very lowest nual 1 U K rmme tdhuealsesatsaornssbbyy semter,tohnlaoSnmdi6cVtihcdihesanniCglele sstforcatcthuierolnrrionhfgatbihin titurhaelabpi-rlocigtoryettsiosood entt.hroe-f ...
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... reaching as high as the heavens, enwrapped in mist. Verily as high as the heavens .. . (165) "The Indians, like the Semites," states Alexander, "conceived the world to be a mountain, rising from the waste of cosmic waters, and arched by the celestial dome." (166) The aborigines of Guiana know the great mountain Roraima, "ever-fertile source of streams." Surrounding this peak, the natives say, is "a magic circle." On the same mountain they recall an enormous serpent "which could entwine a hundred people in its folds." (167) In the Eskimo tradition, the upper or netherworld ...
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... that Mr. Colquhoun, in his Across Chryse (i , 4Ia), notes with admiration that, at Chee-kai in Yunnan in 1882, "a red umbrella was held over our heads, quite irrespective of the fact that the sun had long set!" Of course it had naught to do with the sun. The Pu-lung Chong-kia aboriginal (? ) tribe of the same part of China put up an umbrella over the grave of the newly buried (Across Chryse ii, 368). In the Higashi Hon-gwan-ji temple at Nagoya (Japan) is a group showing the Umbrella miraculously flying back through the air to the Buddhist saint Sho-ichi.27 The coins of the Emperor-priest ...
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... only fire; but they were not burned. Only the coals and the wood burned. And, as usual, they were well when it dawned." Section 69. Mexican. On WIC p.57, V writes: "Sahagun, the Spanish savant who came to America a generation after Columbus and gathered the traditions of the aborigines, wrote that at the time of one cosmic catastrophe the sun rose only a little way over the horizon and remained there without moving; the moon also stood still." Again, on WIC p.123, V writes: "The Aztecs related: There had been no sun in existence for many years .. . ( ...
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