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Now examining all the ancient myths, we will see that, apparently, the most
unexplained their features are common combinations specified human
genealogy and human action with different embodiments, variously
existing in heaven and on earth and has a completely inhuman
properties. This extreme inconsistency, which is not the exception but
the rule cannot be construed a walking theory. Agree even on
the recognition that the great terrestrial and celestial objects and forces of the natural
way are personified; of this, however, does not mean that each of them
will have a specific human biography. To say about any star,
she was the son of such a king or hero, was born in that place and,
having grown up, kidnapped a wife of a neighbouring chieftain, all of this is unnecessary
a jumble of inconsistencies, already not small; it did not
justified specified the need to personify abstract and
collective names. With our current point of view, such tradition
become quite natural. It is clear that they even needed
arise. When the nickname refers to the tribal name, it thereby
deprived of individual differences; and the process of nalaganja nicknames, as already
it is said, continues inevitably on. He appears again at birth
each child, and the nickname of each newborn is at the same time
and an individual name and a potential tribal name, which may
to be valid the name of a tribe even if the person's name will be glorified in
enough. So, here commonly runs a double row of distinctive
nicknames. On the one hand, the individual is known by his tribal name,
and on the other - he is known under the name given by some to his personal
property. Absolutely the same thing we saw with the Scottish clans.