More Fan Fiction: A New Manuscript on the Arthurian Legend #MythologyMonday #MythologyMonandæg

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I came across an article, “Researchers Find Hidden Secrets in Rare Old Arthurian Legend.” Apparently, we’ve got some more twists to the fan fiction that is Arthurian legend. If you don’t know why I’m calling it fan fiction . . . .

A good screenwriter would pounce on this new material. Why not? Some of it has never been seen before, so it’d seem like a fresh take on the legend, yet it would be as legitimate as any other version you’ve heard or read.

I’m not a good creative writer, so I’m out.

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  1. […] One thing that’s important to note is that there are people that still practice this faith even today. When I was in 7th grade, I had a friend named Shashank. He was Hindu, and I showed him the entries for the Indian pantheon in Deities & Demigods. The only thing I remember him saying from 42 years ago was that Indra’s elephant, Airavata, was known for its trunk, which it wielded as a formidable weapon. The legends of which I’m aware state that Airavata has seven trunks, and he most notably used it to “reach down to the watery underworld, suck up the water, and spray it into the clouds. Indra then caused cool water to rain down, thereby linking the waters of the sky to those of the underworld.” Hinduism is a large religion, which means the stories can easily change from person to person. There’s no right answer, as often legends are essentially fan fiction spanning generations. […]

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