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Zakarius and Caniba the Canibal

A myth submitted to the site by Naomi

Mount Olympus, Sacred land of Canibals, Greece

Long ago there lived a God called Zeus and his wife Pandora Goddess of the underground. After three years when Zeus and Pandora married, Pandora gave birth to a strong and handsome boy called Zakarius God of life and death.

Zeus assigned Zakarius with a mission to go behead the King of Canibals. Zakarius thought that this was to easy and so Zakarius swore to kill all of the canibals. But Zakarius didn't do that until the very end.

So Zakarius went and started his assignment but at the end he met a very beautiful woman but he said to himself "I cannot marry this woman". But he had gone and married the woman called Caniba.

One day Caniba was talking about her father and she found out that Zakarius had killed him.
Caniba loved Zakarius to much to eat him and instead she said "If you really love me Zakarius bring my father back."

Zakarius agreed to do this and he did but after Caniba's father forgot all about Caniba and went away. So Caniba thought of a plan she would eat up Zakarius claiming revenge as that is what she wanted.

Zakarius came to know about this plan of her and so he chased her out of the house making her run until her last breath then she fainted leaving Zakarius to finish what he came for. Caniba is dead.

By Naomi
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