Adno-artina In Australian mythology, the gecko lizard that challenged Marindi, a dog, to a fight. Marindi was killed, and his ...
Bagadjimbiri In Australian mythology, twin culture heroes of the Karadjeri in northwestern Australia. At first they appeared in the form ...
The Baginis are in Australian mythology, half-human and half-animal female beings who have lovely faces but claws instead of fingers ...
Baiame In Australian mythology, the totemic ancestor of the Kamilaron tribe of New South Wales who taught the people customs ...
Bamapama In Australian mythology, trickster of the Murngin in northern Australia, often called the “crazy man” because he violates various ...
Banaidja In Australian mythology, ancestral figure, son of Laindjung. He taught the Arnhem Landers their totems and sacred rituals. One ...
Biggarro In Australian mythology, the wombat snake who aids man to the spirit land, the Land of Perfection. He is ...
Bori In Australian mythology, invisible spirit who kills his victims by injecting them with incurable diseases. Taken from the Encyclopedia ...
Brewins In Australian mythology, invisible evil spirits who cause disease. They can be driven away by a medicine man, who ...
Bunyip In Australian mythology, an evil water monster who lives in mud at the bottoms of lakes. Also called Moolgewanke, ...
Buurt-kuuruk In Australian mythology, an evil spirit in the form of a woman as tall as a gum tree, which ...
churinga (Tjuringa) In Australian mythology, sacred objects of stone or wood in which the spirits of ancestors come to dwell; ...
Colbumatuan-kurrk In Australian mythology, an evil female spirit who kills people by throwing tree limbs at them. Taken from the ...
Darana In Australian mythology, the rainmaker who causes rain to fall by singing. Once when Darana sang, so much rain ...
In Australian mythology, large, strong creatures who approach women in a friendly way but later rape them. They then allow ...
Djanbun In Australian mythology, a human being who turned into a platypus. One day a man named Djanbun came out ...
Djanggawul In Australian mythology, primeval beings, two sisters and a brother and their companion Bralbral, who traveled across the earth ...
dreamtime In Australian mythology, the primeval past when spirits, gods, and ancestors walked on earth. A person’s “dreaming” is his ...
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