Top Ten folklore Articles

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Here are the top ten articles for the Folklore and Mythology Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. The Easter Bunny
We are surrounded by ancient folklore. In the spring season, the Easter Bunny is one such symbol that has mutated over the years into the commercial extravanganza we enjoy today.

2. Mauna Kea and its Snow Goddess
Snow in Hawaii? Yes.... and with mythology to match.

3. The Legend of the San Nicholas Woman
Legends can be found all over the world. Here's one from California!

4. Folklore and Mythology Newsletter Sign-Up
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5. Some Hoodoo Spells
Hoodoo magic!

6. The Marriage of Rhiannon
In patriarchial societies, marriages are arranged, and women are given as prizes. Surprisingly, Welsh legend refutes this tradition with the story of the Goddess Rhiannon.

7. Prometheus and Coyote: The Theft of Fire
Prometheus and Coyote both defied the gods in order to steal fire for humanity. They went about the theft in different ways, so they paid different prices for their crimes.

8. Appalachia Folklore 12670

9. The Saints in Voodoo
A look at some dieties of Voodoo and the Saints that have become associated with them.

10. Recipes for A Medieval Christmas Dinner
A way to make Christmas extra-special without spending a lot of extra money. A look at some Medieval Christmas traditions like the Bean King and the Barnacle Goose too. A flair for the fantastic makes the dinner magical, like chicken glazed with egg white and decorated in kaliedescopic colors.



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