Turkic mythology, deriving its origins from animism, shamanism, Tengrism, and the Ural-Altaic folk belief system, encompasses a diverse array of supernatural creatures, such as Aldacı Han, Alkarısı, and others… Among these creatures, Ubır, notable for its resemblance to the contemporary vampire archetype, stands out
Mythological entities, which are a part of Anatolian folk culture, are indispensable elements of both fairy tales and folk literature. Anatolian folklore is very colorful as its roots go back to Old Turkish, Caucasian, Greek and Persian cultures. For this reason, there are many
The only thing we can never experience until we die is death itself. Although some of us consider it a simple transformation, death means pain and sadness for many people. So much so that both literature and art are full of myths of immortality
Night and day have followed each other for about 4.5 billion years. This was far more important to our technology-less ancestors, no doubt. Because human beings had arranged almost all of their daily workd according to the position of the Sun in the sky.