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These objects of transformation are primary chosen because of their similarity to the transformed, or their natural relationship to the emerging obstacle. Izanami is the first said to have died and gone to the world of the dead.

It is possible to reach them by means of comparative analysis.

Heroj sa hiljadu lica

However, we can also see the differences between one and the other land of the dead. The breach of the gaze taboo motif also occurs in the classical myth of Cupid and Psyche. This kind of plot structure is quite frequent in folktales, including Serbian ones. While the mythic hero inherently has magic powers at his disposal and possesses magic objects which transform into mechanical obstacles, the folktale hero has to receive such objects from a donor helper.

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This hiljau 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.

She has published several studies and papers in scientific and professional journals, as well as the book The Sun and the Sword — Japanese Myths in the Kojiki, Belgrade, Rad, To ask other readers questions about Heroj sa hiljadu licaplease sign up. Kojiki 92pp. This rather herj us of an idea of a faraway land where the main character of the folktale arrives in his miraculous adventures. Since none of them accomplished the task, the goddess Izanami herself starts out in pursuit.

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.

Sveti Sava cca — — the first arhibishop of Serbian Orthodox Church, diplomat, writer, law giver and founder of several important medieval monasteries. For everything that has happened, Izanami vows to strangle a thousand men every day, and he tells her that every day he will build fifteen hundred child-bearing huts.


The central sphere is imagined as Middle Earth overgrown with reeds. We can find progenitors among the gods in question — the demiurges, cultural heroes, and tricksters, who have an inherent capacity of alternatively creating and disorganizing. In Serbian folktales either the hero steals the magic objects that transform or already has them with him.

Disgusted by the sight, he runs away. For example, Saint Elias flees from his godchild, and when he smacks him with his rod, he turns into a lion. However, the first image of the Land of Night is more mystical, stress is laid on the impurity and ugliness of the world of the dead, with the image of a rotting corpse and the ghastly pursuers chasing the god Izanaki.

One of them is Ookuninushi. Some metamorphoses are related to outward similarity, for example, the origin of coconuts from human heads, or vice versa, humans deriving from coconut trees; the origin of the Sun from fire or fire from the Sun and the like.

She even vowed to remain sterile until her daughter was returned to her. 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.

Shawn According to Campbell, the function of mythology is often to circumvent the immediate need for deep knowledge or, at least, to initiate the seeker …more According to Campbell, the function of mythology is often to circumvent the immediate need for deep knowledge or, at least, to initiate the seeker into the thirst for a pursuit of deeper knowledge. In the story of the god Ookuninushi, the idea of the hheroj of the dead parallels the idea of the Plain of High Heaven, but also the idea of the Middle Hiljadh grown in reed, from which a conclusion may be drawn that in ancient Japanese consciousness all three spheres celestial, earthly and underworldly resemble yiljadu another.

Having given birth to the last in the series of gods — the god of fire, Izanami falls gravely ill and dies.

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That implies that ancient Japanese thought is characterized by the trichotomic structural scheme of the universe, 2 with the celestial, earthly and underworldly spheres. It usually transforms into a forest thicket. There we most often deal with the one-way metamorphosis, without a possibility of assuming the original form.

She llca translates literary texts from Japanese into Serbian. Heeoj finally stops the goddess Izanami herself is a natural obstacle — Hira hill, as well as a large rock set by Izanaki. When he becomes bored waiting, Izanaki chips off a tooth from the end of the sacred comb, tucked at the queue on the left side of his head and lights a flame.


That is the very reason for a thousand deaths and fifteen hundred births a day. Izanami first sends hags to pursue him. Thus in folk stories entryways into the netherworld are always characterized as ominous and fateful, usually pits, caves, wells, etc. Just like the sword, the peach also possesses apotropaic properties, protects from unfavorable influences and is used for exorcism.

In the myth of the descent of the god Izanaki, emphasis is laid on mysticism, as well as on the impurity and ugliness of that world and its demonic inhabitants.

They differ mutually by what represents the object of the transformation: The character transforms either with the help of others, or alone, using his own powers. Poetika mitap. The Kojiki consists of three volumes.

I have not that deep knowledge in Mythology; would you recommend it to me anyhow? The celestial sphere is represented by the Plain of High Heaven. In the tales that use the motif of two contending wizards, both the pursuer and the pursued resort to successive metamorphoses in order to outwit each other.

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. Among other things, we find the widely known Persephone motif, the Orphic motif or the motif of the successful herpj from the Land of the Dead. On the other hand, Izanaki is responsible for natality by building fifteen hundred child-bearing huts. Before the goddess Izanami, single demiurgical gods would disappear after fulfilling their cosmogonal role, but they subsequently remained in heaven.

Herein, we can also find similarities with mythologies of other peoples. She has published a number of translations so far, among which the latest is the translation of the Kojiki from the Old Japanese, in collaboration with colleagues from the Group of Japanese Language and Literature. Hiljaddu third cosmic level — the netherworld, is embodied as the Land of Night, for which some of the celestial gods leave.

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