The Gods Laid Bare Bibbleography - Asian Mythology
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The good thing about Asian mythology is the ammount of original source material. Word of mouth and bits of knotted rope just weren't good enough for the ultra organised orientals, oh no.

They logged all of their Gods in books such as Kojiki /( - of Japan, and The Vedas /( of Indian Hindu, which is a god-send, pardon the pun. They left nothing to chance.

For sheer diversity you don't need to stray far from Rachel Storm. She pops up in 'Greece' (.com)/(uk) and 'Australia' (.com)/(.uk) from time to time, and even sticks her oar into 'spirituality' (.uk) but she has most of Asia covered in books with some of the longest titles you have ever seen....

Check out her Mythology of Asia and the Far East : Myths & Legends of China, Japan, Thailand, Malaysia & Indonesia /(.uk),

Myths of the East : Dragons, Demons and Dybbuks : an Illustrated Encyclopedia of Eastern Mythology from Egypt to Asia' /(.uk), or ...

The Encyclopedia of Eastern Mythology - Fabulous Myths and Tales of the Heroes, Gods and Warriors of Ancient Egypt, Tibet, China and Japan /(.uk), then take a deep breath!

If you're looking for something un-offenive for the kids try the ultra colorful Little Book of Hindu Deities /(.uk), written and illustratd by Disney-Pixar artist Sanjay Patel.

Can't find what you're looking for or want more info on any god? Use the google machine to scour the new-fangled inter web from this very page. It's like some sort of dark magic...

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