|2.||The City Laventa||4|
|3.||The City Teotivacana||5|
|8.||Owls in American Indian Culture||10|
|9.||Animals as represented in Mythology and Folklore||10|
|A Final Word||13|
“If it does not kill you, then it will make you stronger.” (Indian proverb)
Indian culture is as a beautiful treasure house. We can find many different jewels in it: advice how to live with the nature and heaven in harmony; the secrets of treatment of diseases; custody of traditions and many others.
That’s why I have always been interested in Indian culture and mythology. When I was smaller, my favourite books were – “The Last Mohican” and “The Secret of the Silver Lake’s Depth”. Those books led me in the absorbing Indians’ life.
I think that all people would have to learn from Indians, how to live with the processes of the nature in harmony. Then the whole world would be greener, the air – cleaner, animals – would not die out, and people would be happier and healthier.
When I hear word INDIANS, I see wide prairies, fabulous mountains and Indians who steal up animals and track their enemies. I cannot hear their steps because they have put on colored moccasins.
I want to enter in this fairy-tale.
- A History of English Place Names
- Indian Mythology
- Phraseological Units from Greek and Roman Mythology