The Inner side of the Myth (Samysam)

Myth is a legendary or a traditional story that usually concerns an event or a hero, with or without factual or real explanations. These particularly concern demigods or deities, and describes some rites, practices, and natural phenomena. Typically, a myth involves historical events and supernatural beings. Myth can also be regarded as a traditional story or a form of exaggeration, which embodies a belief regarding ate phenomena of experience. In which the forces of nature and the soul are personified. However, it majorly how some kind of beings or a sacred narrative regarding a god, a hero or origin of people as theories that explain it states.

The ideology especially is a fiction half-truth about Myth are not true but they somehow elaborate the existence of a given phenomenon of nature. The ideas based on the theories intend to explain and answer the questions in form of How, When, and Why some Phenomena exist. The way they are and their origin. Myth is also explained through oral traditional forms of narratives such as songs, poems, proverbs, and any other narrative forms that give us a good clarification about myth. They involve Historical events and supernatural beings. For example, the Greek Mythology that states: Poseidon was the god of the sea, son of Kronos and Rhea; is a myth. Therefore, we can justify that Myth are just used to imply that a story is not objectively true but are based on traditional beliefs as explained in Myth theories.

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