An Introduction to Mythology
Page: 66Hindus. Indra and Ahi or Vritra.
Hottentots. Gaunab (bad) and Tsui-Goab (good).
Michabo or Manibozho and the prince of serpents.
Great Manitou, whose heart is the sun, made men.
His wife, the moon, brought disease and death to the race.
Glooskap and Malsum.
Huron Indians. Joskeha and Tawiscara.
Incas (Peru). Piguerão (day) and Apocatequil (night).
Iroquois Indians. Enigorio and Enigohatgea (Good Mind and Bad Mind).
Thlinkeet Indians. Yetl and Khanukh.
Tupi-Guarani (Brazil). Aricoute (darkness) and Tamandare (light).
Australians. Pund-jel, the eagle-hawk (good) and the Crow (bad).
Pentecost Islanders. Tagar (good) and Suque (bad).
Banks Islanders. Qat and Tangaro Lologong (the Fool).
DISMEMBERMENT MYTHS. In which a god or demigod is torn to pieces and the parts widely scattered and afterward collected.
Egyptians. Osiris and Isis.