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Male goats are negatively linked with dangerous or uncontrolled sexual lust, while female goats appear as mother figures

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Male goats are negatively linked with dangerous or uncontrolled sexual lust, while female goats appear as mother figures

The goat is another dualistic animal. In Greek mythology, Zeus* was nursed as a baby by a she-goat. Goat images in mythology are often associated with sexuality and fertility.

In Asia, the fox represented sexual seductiveness

Foxes in mythology are usually quick, cunning, and sneaky. Japanese legends tell of fox spirits called kitsune that can turn themselves into people and have the powers of ple of the dualistic nature of animals, however, Japanese mythology also portrays the fox as the messenger of Inari, the god of rice. The ancient Romans regarded foxes as fire demons, perhaps because of their reddish coats, and in Christian mythology, the fox is associated with the devil.

The Battle of Ireland’s Bulls

To the Celtic people, bulls stood for strength and power. Irish mythology tells of two famous beasts, the White-Horned Bull of Connacht and the Brown Bull of Ulster. The rulers of Connacht and Ulster each boasted of the size of their bulls. However, some said that the gods had sent the bulls to Ireland to cause trouble. Eventually, the two bulls met in a fierce battle that raged across all of Ireland. The Brown Bull won but then died. The death of the two magical bulls brought peace between Connacht and Ulster.

The frog appears in many transformation stories, most likely because it goes through a transformation of its own, from tadpole to frog. Another animal that undergoes a physical transformation is the butterfly, which begins life as a caterpillar, rests in a cocoon, and emerges as a butterfly to spread its wings. Read More

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