Asian Lore, Gods, Demigods, Heroes, Symbols, and Other Famous Mythological Characters

Argalan-Zon

A huge animal. Also identified as Argalan-Zon, Hebrew reem, Hebrew reem, reem, reem, re'em, unicorn or Asian Argalan-Zon.

Asiani

A legendary race living in central Asia. At times, called Asiani, Asii, Asii, Wusuns or Wusuns.

Bonacon

A monster, part bull, part horse, with long curved horns. It was said that this animal's excrement was deadly and was used in defence. In some references, known as Bonacon, Bonnacon or Bonnacon.

Nemda

A god or spirit said to appear in time of war to lead the people. Occasionally referred to as Nemda.

Noj

In some central Asian countries, the man who built the ark when the flood came. Sometimes called Noj.

Otukan

An earth-spirit. In some lore, occasionally called Otukan, Natigai, Natigai or Olukan.

shaman

A sacred person: a magician-priest or witch-doctor. Known as shaman, chaman, chaman, witch-doctor, witch-doctor, juju man, medicineman, femaleshamanka or femaleshamanka.

Shamanism

A religion largely based on magic, sorcery and spirit-worship. Sometimes identified as Shamanism.

shamanka

A female witch-doctor. At times, referred to as shamanka, shemanka, shemanka, maleshaman or maleshaman.

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