It is said that Pele who lived in Tahiti of our Earth, was born with eruptive, uncontrolled anger becoming the goddess of FIRE and controls lightning. Whenever Pele was angered, upset, scared, or jealousy, or had any disruptive emotion; she wrapped with fire and lava flowed from her. This scared her brothers and sisters.
Her father gave her a canoe and said, "Go find your own world, never come back here."
Pele went from small island to small island in the Polynesian area to create her own world. On many islands, she dug up pits and craters, carved tunnels, and left harden lava. Extinct volcanoes stand as Pele left at these islands and searched for her perfect island.
When not satisfied she canoed north. Pele decided the biggest island at the top of the land chain belonging to Hawaii was hers. She dug in and created the mighty volcano, Mount Kilawaya.
Pele is ravishing, always wearing black. She appears as a young maiden or an old crone may be whimsical or with a bit of temper. From her wound and navel, she birthed many gods. She is worshiped and feared by the humans and animals. There are many stories written about Pele.
Since that ancient time, the gods who lived in volcanoes protected FIRE.
YOU ARE READING
Fire, the HungerFantasy
Earth was created. Animals and humans lived in harmony, no fear among them. Day was warm and full of light, and life was lived. Night brought cold and dark, and human and animals hid in fear. From folktales and legends around the world stories that...