Seeswestr

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Fantasy  |  House: Booksie Classic

A short creation myth of the baltic and north sea. It is a myth that would have been told by a fictional group of people, who would have lived in northern germany and denmark

The Seeswestr is the protector of the sea, she is half fish half women, her brown hair flows like it is in the water even outside of the sea. Her voice is beautiful yet deadly, with it she can destroy ships if she’s angered. She created all sea animals and is 1 Bem (18 metres) and 2 hasl (4 metres) tall. When the nördr and the mösen where still able to trade the Seeswestr was very pleased and watched over them, as they traded berries, wool and much more goods. But then one day the people didn’t get any fish, even though they tried and tried again, they did not succed in finding fish. There was only one way to get fish, the holy waters, which are the greatest treasure of the Seeswestr. They fished there and got great results, but the Seeswestr was angered by them not following her rules. Out of anger she then split apart the land connecting the nördr and the mösen. This created the fisee (today the North- and Baltic sea).


Submitted: November 04, 2021

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HJ FURL

Fascinating, thank you.

Thu, November 4th, 2021 11:02pm

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