First Things First, or, The Beginning of the World
Yes, that’s right, the origin of everything with today’s discovery via the internet by Edira Putri, “The Weirdest Creation Myths from Religions Around the World” on RANKER.COM, with bringing-to-my-attention credit going to Gene Stewart. So getting right to it (to quote Ms. Putri): Some people turn to scientific efforts to explain why and how the universe is the way it is. Others prefer transcendental beings, gods, or rituals. Aside from being spiritual, the cultures that birthed these weird religious creation myths were also highly creative. Who would have thought butter could form the world? How did you link the origin of existence with extraterrestrial realms? How could creation stories link us to monsters, giants, even bugs?
These weird creation myths around the world, promoted by religions, may be easier to pass on and to learn than scientific theories, and only seem truly bizarre when held in relief against modern scientific knowledge. Basically, we think we know better now. But do we?
There are fourteen myths recounted in all, some ancient, some more modern, which can be seen here (I’m partial to number 3 myself). Which one is your favorite?