reply to post by Wrabbit2000
Theres A few Egyption tales. The whole book of the dead...
Some latin and crap.
A couple of tales written in German, One was way to long and I didnt bother, The other told of ancient Indian times when they spoke of a time with no
sun.... pfft Ill show you.
The legend of the sun god Tiki Viracocha
From the time before the Incas in their kingdoms to rule came, the Indians tell the following story:
For a long time the people had not seen the sun. Many prayers and vows were made to the gods, in which they pleaded, they reflect the light vanished.
Since rising from the island of Titicaca, which is the large lake in the province of Colla, the sun in all its glory and all were full of joy.
And then came, they say, a white man of large stature, whose appearance and character elicited the greatest admiration. And this man had supernatural
powers, because he made mountains to plains and plains to high mountains, and he also sources originate from the solid rock.
When they saw his power, they called him "creator and source of all things" and "Father of the sun." Besides these miracles, it is narrated, he
performed even more, because he called people and animals into existence. In a word, his hand came off great benefits. And the man made his way
to the north and worked wherever he went, like miracles. But then we saw him again.
It is said that he taught people how to live: That he gently and lovingly spoke to them and gave them to be good; inflict injustice or harm anyone,
but to love one another and to be merciful to everyone.
Mostly they called him Tiki Viracocha, but in the province of Colla Tyapaca his name, while in other parts of the country Arnauan.
"Respect between people, between the living and the dead and to the environment"
- These were the commandments of the Creator God Viracocha, the creator god in human form.