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ID number:802913
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Published: 19.08.2004.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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For centuries, humans have attempted to explain the Sun in terms of their own worldviews. The Sun can be a god, a demon, a mischievous spirit, an omnipotent creator or a ruthless taker of life. Whatever role it plays, most cultures have recognized the significance of the Sun as prime controller of all life on Earth. These myths, legends and tales represent their culture's worldview, people's attempt to explain, understand, and come to grips with nature's phenomena. To the people who tell them, these stories are as relevant and true, as deeply meaningful and spiritually important, as any s…

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