The human race is descended from those two couples. Kangaroo rose to introduce platypus, whose family far outnumbered any others, but the meeting was then adjourned for the day. Then he stood very straight and tall, reaching as high as a cloud, and the flood waters came as high as he did. In the Greek story it explains that Zeus told Poseidon to flood the whole earth because of the way the humans were acting. In the myth, a man named Gun tried for nine years to dam the destructive waters that covered the land. But Manu, the Hindu protagonist of the Flood, does not bring his family; rather he is joined by seven sages. Carpet-snake went to the platypus home and invited them to the assembly.
Gim was led by a crow to another cavern in the mountains where he met his other friend. As the rain stopped falling and the waters calmed, land appeared once more, and the sea recovered its shores. The pelican returned and flew into a passion when the log dressed as a woman wouldn't answer him. After the flood had come and abated somewhat, he sent out some birds, which returned. Later, Maniu cut a hole and saw nothing but water; she likewise filled the hole. In contrast, the post-biblical tradition of Enochic Judaism lays blame on a human civilization that was corrupted by supernatural forces.
When the canal was nearly completed, he reversed the pay arrangements, giving the Moslems only one-fifth as much as the infidels. Others say that the flood was punishment for human sinfulness. One of the most common tells of a great flood that occurred in the distant past. New versions were deposited in the greatest imperial libraries of the Mesopotamian empires Babylonia and Assyria. Only two people escaped, in a cave on Mount Haradata. The Flood itself is hardly reported, but Enochic readers can rest assured in its justification.
The last fight was between dogs and cats. He went back home to warn his neighbors, but they didn't believe him. Perimede had Hippodamas and Orestes by Achelous; and Pisidice had Antiphus and Actor by Myrmidon. The gods revealed their identity, led the couple up the mountains, and showed them the whole valley flooded, destroying all homes but the couple's, which was transformed into a marble temple. Later, to check whether the waters had dried up, the man sent out a dove, and it came back to the ship.
Hopi In , the people moved away from Sotuknang, the creator, repeatedly. Thunder God came in a rainstorm and tried to land on Bubo's house but slipped off and was captured. When light returned, there was no land, and all the abodes of men had been overwhelmed. Some hunters, searching for the cause of the rain, found him and wounded him with poison arrows. In this story, the waters came up over all the earth and killed all the people; only Nu-u and his family were saved.
When Zeus learned of it, he ordered Hephaestus to nail Prometheus to Mount Caucasus, a Scythian mountain. He made for the gate of heaven and attacked Thunder God, chopping off his feet. The Quranic ark comes to rest on Mount Judi, traditionally identified with a mountain near Mosul in modern Iraq; the name appears to derive from the local name of the Kurdish people, although this is not certain. However, all but one young man and woman died of hunger. After two days of thinking about it, though, the wife yielded to temptation and threw the fish on the hot coals. When she was well and ready to depart, she told her friends to pack up and leave with her, as the place was accursed and would be destroyed by Nzambi. Gold and bones found in that hill came from those people.
Deucalion and his wife Pyrrha build a wooden chest and embark; after the Flood, they find themselves on the summit of Mount Parnassus Hyginus: ; Hellanicus: Othrys. The water became like big rivers. No reason for the tragedy is given, but the whole island sank beneath the sea except for Mount Pitohiti. The water lifted it up, and it floated right on top of the water. One happened to land on the peak of the tallest mountain, where some people and animals had sought refuge.
The civilized peoples who can write are descended from the sons; the ignorant races are descendants of wooden figures whom Du-mu constructed after the deluge. Three years later, the cormorant told emu that he had seen a platypus beak impression along a river, but never saw a platypus. Crow turned into a bird and flew over the people. He saw an eagle clutch a tiny red snake. He destroyed the world by fire, and then by cold, and recreated it both times for the people that still followed the laws of creation, who survived by hiding underground. From her stretched-out legs ran water which flooded the land, and Ngolle herself drowned.
What a sight it was! Greek Greek mythology knows three floods. The laurel, in danger of falling, told his son to ride him when it came uprooted by the waves. Pitying the woman's loneliness, the moon told her that she would soon have companions. Some of the older sister's menstrual blood fell into the well. There was no need for Deucalion to dispatch a bird to determine if the water subsided. Sotuknang then caused a great flood, and the people floated atop the water in their reeds. Those first people became rocks.
But the sister collapsed in exhaustion, and they had to remain. During this fight, a great flood came down from the mountains, drowning everyone except two or three menials who had been sent to the hills to gather firewood. Noah wanted to see if the waters had run off the earth, so next he sent a dove out of the ark. His children, meanwhile, were the only survivors of the flood. He was released, and the foster-son was arrested and punished.