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The Rise of the Nine Titans in Persia

A myth submitted to the site by S Vishal Krishna

Chennai, India

Once, in the banks of Pheonix there lived Duncan Geoffy, with his friend and colleague George Hankinson in a small hotel. They work at a private archaeology centre. Once their Boss, Randy Sewage ordered them to take the next flight to Iran (formerly Persia), to find about the nine titan lords who ruled the world with their nine different powers before the gods came and established humans.

They went to the Cannon Park University in Persia and searched the backyard of that university. They found the first portal of Titan that is the portal used by the Titan of Water once upon a time. They entered that with a blast and opened up the book of atlas that was used by the Titans to rewrite the destiny. Duncan and George rewrite the history seeing to that all the titans open up their portals and come to the present earth, but as fossils for his experiments and the whole Persia should believe that this was Duncan's until he completes the project successfully.

Duncan took all the nine fossils to the office and saw and studied the past of all these titans. Then he sent them back to the Persian Museum as a remembrance of the Titans who ruled their ancestors once upon a time. But soon the Persians broke the fossils and captured the spirits of the Titans and did some funeral and mythical processes and saved the Earth from another rule of these creatures.

Thanks for reading this story and wait for my next one sooner this month of August. Until then good bye!!

By S Vishal Krishna
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