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She even vowed to remain sterile until her licz was returned to her. Izanaki and Izanami also establish harmony between life and death. Thus in folk stories entryways into the netherworld are always characterized as ominous and fateful, usually pits, caves, wells, etc. Serbian people celebrates him as the patron saint of education and medicine. In the myth of the descent hiljaadu the god Izanaki, emphasis is laid on mysticism, as well as on the impurity and ugliness of that world and its demonic inhabitants.

The breach of the gaze taboo motif also occurs in the classical myth of Cupid and Psyche. This chapter of the Japanese work is quite reminiscent of the myth of Orpheus chasing after Euridice in Hades, where he violates the taboo by looking back, thus losing her forever.

There we most often deal with the one-way metamorphosis, without a possibility of assuming the original form. A swing of the sword repels the magic of the other side, and three 44 peaches hinder the demons.

Heroj sa hiljadu lica — Reader Q&A

According to him, this cult not only had a central place in the religion of the Serbs, but the entire old Serbian religion stemmed from it. However, she does promise him to talk to the god of night and asks him not to watch her. These become mountains, forests, lakes. The inhabitants of the Land of the Dead are anthropomorphic characters who live in palaces, move around, feed, clash mutually and obey the commands of their supreme deity.

When he becomes bored waiting, Izanaki chips off a tooth from the end of the sacred comb, tucked at the queue on ehroj left side of his head and lights a flame. Both the vine wreath and the bamboo are plants with miraculous characteristics.


Morfologija bajkep. Also, the god Izanaki is a hero who himself has supernatural powers and objects of miraculous properties, so he does not need a magic helper.

They differ mutually by what represents the object of the transformation: That act is another from a series of reasons why this divine couple will remain forever separated. Kore, Persephone and Hecate make up the Triple Goddess Kore personifying green corn, Persephone mature spikes, and Hecate mown cornwhose general name was Demeter, and the cult itself rests on a maximum intersection of the fertility cult and the cult of the dead. The herj of the goddess Izanami — the god of storm and natural forces, Take Haya Susanoo, later becomes the principal chthonic deity.

For example, lightning from the sky burns the hiljafu sorceress Vuk, SNP This kind of research provides a new perspective on the study of mythology, tradition and literature, and it is especially interesting to compare two national literatures deriving from different cultural settings.

Serbian tradition gives a simple answer to the question of how individuals descended to the netherworld.

Heroj sa hiljadu lica

The god Ookuninushi 6 arrives in his realm, one of the cultural heroes — tricksters in the Kojiki. It generates the celestial gods who number eight million in total.

She works as an assistant in the Japanese Group at the Oriental Department. In a similar way, Izanami like Greek Gaea, the Babylonian Astarte and Egyptian Isis incorporates the functions of fertility goddess and the chthonic mistress of the realm of the dead in her person.

That implies that ancient Japanese thought is characterized by the trichotomic structural scheme of the universe, 2 with the celestial, earthly and underworldly spheres.

Then he enters the palace and sees a dismal sight: Asao Hagivara et al. It usually transforms into a forest thicket.

The Land of the Dead – International Motifs in the Oldest Work of Japanese Literature

In the tales that use the motif of two contending wizards, both hiljau pursuer and the pursued resort to successive metamorphoses in order to outwit each other. That is the reason there are a multitude of similarities and common features between the oldest Japanese work and Serbian folk prose despite numerous differences caused by religious and hlljadu circumstances.


Then the goddess Izanami sends the eight gods of thunder after him, as well as fifteen hundred soldiers from the Land of Night. The stone is only an apparent mechanical obstacle, and it in fact stands for a partially permeable magic boundary. As such, on this occasion, we will consider two collections of folk stories: The pursued hero is the god Izanaki, and the pursuers are horrible chthonic demons.

On the other hand, the pursued hero transforms into objects making him unidentifiable, but along the same lines: Presses Sorbonne Nouvelle Medium: Perhaps the most famous example of this international motif is seen in the Greek myth of Kore, abducted by the god of the netherworld Hades. Firstly by lighting one flame, which was considered an ill omen.

That boundary can be crossed in either direction by a living hero, but the dead cannot return from across it. Such a metamorphosis usually has an etiological or cosmological function.

In that way, parts of relief, elements of animate hegoj inanimate nature originate from each object the pursued throws away in the magical escape, making the hero a demiurge, and bringing this motif closer to the creator myths. Campbell probably relates many more myths in this book than is necessary to get his points across and that can possibly become tiresome to some readers before the book is concluded.

This paper deals with the international motifs interwoven in two myths from the first volume, forming a herj picture of the Land of the Dead, the underworld part of the trichotomic cosmic structure.