Category Archives: Ancient Legends

An Overview of Orion, Conspiracies and UFO Mythology

Conspiracy theorists have had a field day with the moon landing. In fact, many believe that humans have never set foot on the moon and the whole thing was faked – but that’s another story for another time, perhaps. For … Continue reading

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Just published – Wizard of Ends companions

It’s been a stressful last few days, with my husband being rushed to hospital after an angle grinder fell on his foot and then, on my way home from the hospital, witnessing an armed robbery. Three days later, hubby had … Continue reading

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The Ancient Book of Thoth

Today’s tour host is Louise Blankenship, who will be sharing a character interview with Queen Narraki Dragonsbane from Wizard of Ends. I hope you enjoy it! The ancient Book of Thoth is one of the most controversial ancient manuscripts to … Continue reading

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Is the Orion Constellation the Birthplace of Humanity?

Since the beginning of time, humans have been fixated on the stars, with many ancient cultures – and some modern humans – believing that we came from the stars, specifically, the Orion constellation. Modern scientists have discovered that our solar … Continue reading

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Are We Star Children?

Many ancient legends say that humans come from the stars, and it’s no secret that ancient humans knew much about the stars and placed great emphasis on them, even building massive monuments aligned with or replicating stars. Is it possible … Continue reading

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Adam’s Calendar

This post doesn’t focus as much on Orion’s Belt as the ancient monument thought to be aligned with these stars, but I’m including it in the ‘Orion blog series’ anyway, purely because the monument is located in my home country, … Continue reading

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Orion & the Ancient City of Teotihuacán

The ancient city of Teotihuacán – Place of the Gods or ‘Place Where Gods Were Born’ – once home to over 150, 000 people, now lies in ruins north-east of Mexico City. Its original name is unknown, but its mysterious … Continue reading

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Dogon Legend: Visitors from Sirius

Before we get to the juicy stuff, let me introduce you to the Dogon tribe of West Africa’s Mali. Out of all the Orion legends I’ve heard, this one resonates with me the most, since I live on the same … Continue reading

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Orion in Japanese Folklore

As it is elsewhere in the world, Orion is one of the most easily recognisable star patterns visible in Japan, and the constellation plays a big part in the country’s history. However, whereas Orion is seen to represent a person, … Continue reading

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Orion: Star Map of the Hopi

Like in myriad other ancient cultures, Native American Hopi mythology – and even their landscape – focus on Orion. Hopi mesas are laid out in the same pattern as the stars in Orion’s Belt and, since the Hopi moved frequently … Continue reading

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