The Oldest Myths of Death and the Secret of Immortality


The oldest stories of death are some of the oldest stories we know, and can tell us how our ancestors thought of the moment their loved ones life ended. This is a look at some of the myths from this time, and what they meant, and the result is an interesting finding about immortality, alongside an unusual view of Adam and Eve.

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References:
Denise Paulmer, the Two Themes in the Or in Gin of Heath in West Africa. ‘No, New Series, Vol. 2, No. 1, Tue. 1967. T rad. Éva Gosselin, Jean·Michel Doul, etc.
Cerdova-Rios and F. manual Bruce-Lamb, WizardsoftheUpper Amazon, Atheneum, NY, 1971. Trad. Eva Gosselin, Jean-Michel Doulet
LeQuellec, Jean-Loïc. 2017. Les myths d’origne de al mort
d’Huy, Julien. 2020. Mort ou est ta victoire. Reconstruction statistique des premieres croyances de l’humanite sur la mort

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