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It has divine status as the great, all-powerful, co-creator god, Hurakan, who touches every aspect of life and death. Other factors besides geography condition the images inhabiting myth. , as well as spiritual beliefs influence the shape of the myth. In some instances, cultures geographically close to the hurricane may have little mention of the hurricane in their myths due to the dominance of other influences. This seems to be 55 Joseph Campbell and Bill Moyers, The Power of Myth, p. 101. Page 32 true in much of China, Japan and Oceania.
Page 30 Rudra, Vedic god of storms Page 31 2 Mythological and Anthropological Perspectives Introduction To a great extent, mythological depictions of the hurricane follow the geography of the hurricane itself. Myths vary according to climate. The farther away people are from the actual experience of the hurricane, the more general is the image in their myth, if there is any at all. For example, Inuit, Nordic and North American Great Plains Indian myths have little or no imagery representing the hurricane directly.
As well as spiritual beliefs influence the shape of the myth. In some instances, cultures geographically close to the hurricane may have little mention of the hurricane in their myths due to the dominance of other influences. This seems to be 55 Joseph Campbell and Bill Moyers, The Power of Myth, p. 101. Page 32 true in much of China, Japan and Oceania. Various, more general aspects of hurricanes, such as wind, water, lightning, thunder, the storm and the whirlwind, are reflected in mythologies all over the world.
Divine tempest: the hurricane as a psychic phenomenon by David Edgar Schoen