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12 August 2018


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Wonderful stories, but not unique. Similar oral histories and myths can be found all over the world among indigenous populations.Food for anthropologists.This collection of beautiful myths also gives insight in the roots of pre-modern, and pre-scientific thinking. I hope others follow suit and publish these tales from their clans. These stories belong in books, not in the minds of people driving their behaviour.

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