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The Golden Temple

A myth submitted to the site by Cameron Carrington


Before the world begun a golden temple was sitting on the heavens. This golden temple was the treasury of the gods until it fell to a big large stone.

After the golden temple fell in rocky wasteland. The power of the hit the ground shook which made the land split. Where the islands were created. Then the the rocks rubbed and rubbed until a seed was made and fell on the first patch of soil and it grew into a grand oak tree, the first spot of life on earth.

Inside the temple an egg of gold rolled outside and a man broke out of its shell. He made a house out of rocks and mud. when he had done a girl was made by a second egg and soon found the man,they made a famly and lived happy for 100 years.

When the children grew up they made more and more homes and made the languages English, French and japanese and slowly the world was putting itself together, all because of the golden temple.

By Cameron Carrington
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Name: Bradley 23rd October 2014
great story but it still only one version
Name: Vanessa 29th September 2013
This is awesome! It helped tons for my homework! Thanks to Cameron Carrington!
Name: Cariah 23rd May 2013
wow very intresting this helped me a lot on my homework.


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