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How the Mountains were Created

A myth submitted to the site by Zin

Heavan and Earth, Nowwhere

Once they were three gods. The sun god, Amphlas, the sky god, Tala, and the sea god, Ror.

Tala and Ror loved each other and soon got married. But Tala always got so lonely and not able to talk to Ror. One day she asked Amphlas to create a child and give it to her.

Amphlas created the child but dropped by accident. The child fell down to Earth and landed in flat barren land. The baby then was so dizzy that it threw up and created big piles that turned into mountains.

The mountains then connected Tala to Ror and they live happily with their baby, Vera, who became the mountain god.

By Zin
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Name: Zach 25th February 2015
cool i guess
Name: Yomama 25th February 2015
it was great, i loved it, very clever and well done!!!!!
Name: Aliza 14th October 2012
I loved the myth and the part when amphlas threw the kid :))))
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