Egyptian mythology turned out to be so vast, we opted to discuss two dragons in greater depth, and are discussing a few other ones in here. Among which are the first underworld deities, guiding spirits through the afterlife (or eating them if they’ve been too naughty).
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Last week Jaz and Anike had a great podcast featuring the Leviathan of Hebrew mythology. At one point they fell into a nifty rabbit hole comparing the slaying of the Leviathan to the slaying of Tiamat, Vrtra, and Jormungandr.
Hello hello, and welcome to milestone episode 10. Double digits! And this week we’ll be exploring the dragons of the Middle East. Since the Middle East is such a vast and varied region, we’ve decided to split this part of the world into two separate episodes.
We made it to the dragons of Central Asia, even though we suffered a few days’ delay. This time, it is Jaz and Koji behind the microphones, as Anike is feeling a bit under the weather. We hope she feels better soon, but in the mean time, let’s give Koji a warm Mythster welcome for her podcast debut!
Welcome to episode 8, Mythsters! This week we’ll be diving into the dragons of Indian myth and folklore. So, after many times hinting at all the myths with naga at their roots, we’ve finally made it to the birthplace of this illustrious creature!
In Episode 7, we delve into the origin of the dragons of Chinese mythology, and some of the creation myths from Chinese folklore.
Welcome to episode 5 of Mythsterhood of the Travelling Tales. Anike is back in business, and our paths wandered over to the dragons of South East Asia.
Explore with us the dragons within Korea and its cultures, folklore, and mythology, from the serpent to the chicken-dragon.
This week we’ll be exploring the dragons of Japanese mythology and the various influence of other Asian cultures on them