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Encyclopedia > Aboriginal mythology

The Aborigines of Australia have a polytheistic, animistic religion. There are many different tribes of Australian Aboriginals. Where possible, the articles below will be specifically referenced to a specific tribe(s).


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Mythology's MythingLinks: Indigenous Peoples -- Australian Aboriginal Peoples (2002 words)
Aboriginal women did most of the gathering and root-digging of the many plants used by their tribes.
The Aborigines have lived in Australia for at least 40,000 years, and in all those long generations the land provided them with everything they needed for a healthy life.
For the Aboriginal person, the bush is a part of him/herself.
22 March - World Water Day 2006: WATER AND WORLD VIEWS: Water and mythology (575 words)
Mythology is the body of stories associated with a particular culture, stories attempting in some way to explain aspects of the world.
Mythology does more than link water with women; in many myths and legends, water is both a source of life and a place of death.
According to Australian Aboriginal mythology, All-mother arrived from the sea in the form of a rainbow serpent with children (the Ancestors) inside her.
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