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Mythology extends past the Greek and Roman pantheon, and European fairy tales are only one section in the worldwide folklore lexicon. Every other Monday, join your host Gree, long time folk tale fan and short time global studies scholar, as we delve into stories from traditionally overlooked cultures from all over the planet. If you’re interested in hearing about myths and fables and legends from civilizations that have honed storytelling over thousands of years, “Colored Folklore” is the po ...
 
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WE'RE GOING ON BREAK!! Listen in as we review why along with the future of the show!! Logo: Arthur Episode Art: Jacqueline Contact Info: Colored Folklore Twitter - @ColoredFolklore Facebook - Colored Folklore Business Page Instagram - @ColoredFolkloreโดย Colored Folklore, LLC.
 
Colored Folklore, Volume 4: Creepy Folklore Episode 28: Middle East - The Desert Story Umm-al-Subyan Um Duwais King Solomon and the Ogress Umm Sibyan Ummu Sibyan The Cause of Children Crying Umm Sibyan The Ghost of Emirati Present Umm al-Duwais The Mother of All Frights The Legend of Um al-Duwais Credits Sound (via Envato Elements): Epic Middle Eas…
 
Colored Folklore, Volume 4: Creepy Folklore Episode 27: Asia - Cityscape Story Beijing's Legendary Ghost Bus 7 Spine-Tingling Chinese Urban Legends The Last Bus to Fragrant Hills The Last Midnight Bus The Last Bus to Fragrant Hills The Midnight Bus The Last Bus in Beijing The Midnight Bus Credits Sound (via Envato Elements): Bus Horn, by Sound-Idea…
 
Colored Folklore, Volume 4: Creepy Folklore Episode 26: Oceanic Cultures - Island Forest Story Yara-ma-yha-who Bad Fairy Case File A Book of Creatures Villains Fandom Encyclopedia Mythica Myths and Legends of the Australian Aborigines Paranormal New Zealand A Terrifying Taste of Short Shivery The Carnival of Dark Dreams Credits Sound (via Envato El…
 
Colored Folklore, Volume 4: Creepy Folklore Episode 25: The Arctic Circle - Pacific Northwest Story Wechuge Black Spirit, Basket Ogress, and Wechuge Stephen King Wiki Native American Legends Wechuge and Windigo: A Comparison of Cannibal Belief Monsters: Evil Beings, Mythical Beasts, and All Manner of Imaginary Terrors Credits Sound (via Envato Elem…
 
Colored Folklore, Volume 4: Creepy Folklore Episode 24: North America - The Plains Story The Little Cannibals Legends of America Into the Wonder They Hide in the Dark Native American Myths Myths & Legends of a Lost Race Legends Native Languages Villains The Little Cannibals Shipwreck Library Arapaho Guide Credits Sound (via Envato Elements): Horse …
 
Colored Folklore, Volume 4: Creepy Folklore Episode 23: South America - Los Llanos Story The Silbón Villains Fandom The Man Who Whistles Astonishing Legends Culture Trip The Whistler Tell Me a Story A Venezuelan Legend About the Ancestors The Whistle Man Story The Missing and The Lost Credits Sound (via Envato Elements): Halloween Spooky Trap, by p…
 
Colored Folklore, Volume 4: Creepy Folklore Episode 22: Africa - South Africa Story Grootslang 10 Figures From Folk Tales A Book of Creatures 10 Creepy African Folk Tales Cryptidz 11 Legendary Monsters of Africa Encyclopedia of Supernatural Horror Bizarre Stories Mythical Creature from South Africa Wordsense Credits Sound (via Envato Elements): Afr…
 
Colored Folklore, Volume 3: Sun Mythology Episode 21: Middle East - Ancient Egyptians Story Ra Ra, The Creator God of Ancient Egypt Re Ra - The Sun God Ra Ra (Re) Ra | The Sun God of Egypt Deities in Ancient Egypt - Ra Credits Sound (via Envato Elements): Egyptian Desert, by MPAudioSolutions Egypt, by StudioKolomna Egypt the Old Kingdom, by AllenGr…
 
Colored Folklore, Volume 3: Sun Mythology Episode 20: Asia - Shinto, Japan Story A Translation of the "Ko-ji-ki" Amaterasu Amaterasu: Japanese Sun Goddess Amaterasu The Sun Queen of Japanese Mythology Amaterasu Amaterasu Omikami Amaterasu When the Sun Goddess Hid in the Cave of Heaven Amaterasu Credits Sound (via Envato Elements): Japanese Forest, …
 
Colored Folklore, Volume 3: Sun Mythology Episode 19: Indigenous Australians - Oceanic Cultures Story Bila Bila, Sun Goddess Sun Goddesses Australian Pantheon Gnowee Myths and Folklore Goddess Gnowee Solar Goddess Credits Sound (via Envato Elements): Outback Thunder, by JBlanks Australian Outback, by Purpleplanet Music (via Music Vine): Mr. Mischie…
 
Colored Folklore, Volume 3: Sun Mythology Episode 18: Sámi People – The Arctic Circle Story Beaivvi The Sun Goddess of the Sápmi Beaivi Beiwe Brings the Sun Remembering the Deer Mother Goddesses of the Saami Goddess Beiwe Northern Sun Goddesses The Reindeer Goddess Beaivi Festival of The Sámi People Credits Sound (via Envato Elements): Scandinavian…
 
Colored Folklore, Volume 3: Sun Mythology Episode 17: Navajo Nation – North America Story Navajo Myth Sun Bearer Monster Slayer Legend Alien God Slayer Slayer of Alien Gods Alien God Slayer Big Monster The War God vs The Anaye Big Monster Changing Woman Goddess Changing Woman Credits Sound (via Envato Elements): Native Americans, by TexasBrother Na…
 
Colored Folklore, Volume 3: Sun Mythology Episode 16: Incan Empire – South America Story Inti, Sun God of the Inca The Gods of Inca Mythology Inca Creation Story Origin Myths of the Inca Empire Inca Empire Inca Mythology Inti Inca Mythology Inti Inca Mythology Inca Legends Credits Sound (via Envato Elements): Honor and Glory by LuckyBlackCat The Pe…
 
Colored Folklore, Volume 3: Sun Mythology Episode 15: Lozi People - Zambia, Africa Story Nyambe Lozi Cosmogony Lozi Creator God Nyambi the Creator Creation Stories from Around the World Eco-mythology African Intellectual Heritage Credits Sound (via Envato Elements): Africa by FortyTwoStudio Emotional Africa by AudioZen Africa by fatbunny Music (via…
 
This episode we’re off ONCE AGAIN to the cradle of civilization to show you that spending time which yo’ family really can sometimes… literally be hell. And for our fact, we investing a little bit of time to see what the future of the show has in store for all y’all. Wrapping up out LGBTQIA tour of the world today, here…. on the Colored Folklore po…
 
This episode we’re off to study the Hindu religion of India where… we’ll find… don’t make a dad joke… don’t make a dad joke – we’ll find out where the term better half REALLY comes! Sorry, low hanging fruit is apparently my kryptonite. And for our fact, we’ll learn about an entire group of intersex people blessing Indian couples for thousands of ye…
 
This episode we’re off to the islands of Hawai’i to find out what happens when a pig tries to wrestle a volcano. And trust me, whatever you think might happen, most certainly does NOT. And for our fact, we’re exploring two people that defied an entire ruling class to bring an ancient concept of love directly to the people of their kingdom. That’s r…
 
This episode we’re moving ever farther north, and once again are giving you a double dose of folklore with two Inuit deities that show you life really is all about finding your inner calm especially when that inner calm comes in the form of your better half . And for our fact, we’re taking a trip to the movies, with a bonafide movie star, mother, a…
 
This episode we’re putting down roots in North America for two, count ‘em TWO, different Native American cultures that show you, as they always do, what a bad-ass really looks like. And, speaking of incredible individuals, for our fact, we’re taking a look at the person newspapers at the time dubbed the Zuni princess, charming everyone from paupers…
 
This episode we’re supposed to be heading to South America, however… we ended up a little bit north of our mark. I’ll explain more later but to not take any more away from today’s topic we’ll be doing our first diety deep dive where we explore the existence of the Aztec Prince of Flowers. And for our fact, we’re taking a look at the fathers of Colu…
 
This episode we’re back to Africa where we’re starting a whole new tour of the world, this time - with a brand-new theme. Last go ‘round we brought you creation myths. This time, we’re taking a look at LGBTQiA fairy tales and mythological beings. First up, the Shona people of Zimbabwe. And for our fact… well, actually… we’re changing this one up a …
 
This episode we’re off to the cradle of civilization to show you that getting in too much sleep is WAY WORSE than you ever thought it could be. And for our fact, we get to dive into an ancient Arabic technique that more than just a few of you are going to recognize. However, you might not have known that this storytelling style is getting some mode…
 
This episode we’re off to the world’s largest continent where we’ll see a couple o’ dude bros do what dude bros do best… claim ownership over land and sentient creature alike, get into a d*** measuring contest, and commit assault. And for our fact, we’re going off on a bit of an etymological bent as we discover the origin, of a word we’ve already u…
 
This episode we’re traveling through the Australian outback to see that, once again, being a parent can tend to be quite the thankless occupation. And for our fact, we’re visiting a rather TINY Oceanic island with some rather LOFTY myths and deities that faces a problem encroaching societies the entire world over. A nuanced balancing act with high …
 
I’ve been waiting since before the beginning for this episode, where we visit the Inuit culture of the Arctic Circle to see why you should always be sure about what type of seeds you’re planting in your garden because you never know what type of pest you might end up with. And for our fact, we have a Scandinavian indigenous people whose shaman have…
 
This episode North American lore shows that even that falling through a hole in the sky ain’t got nothin’ on giving birth. And for our fact, we examine an ancient people boasting of an exclusive story telling art that continues to this very day. Exclusive story telling?! Just happens to be our middle name. Here… on the Colored “exclusive story tell…
 
Once again, we’re on our quick, well, not all that quick, detour away from our usual exploration of global folklore in our reinvigorated, newly, somewhat newly, minted, wonderful glimpse into the origin, as much as we can say that, of a south American deluge myth. Overtly verbose!! Just another day in the office here… on the colored folklore podcas…
 
Today we’re taking a quick detour from our usual global path of exploration because I have - GOOD NEWS EVERYONE!! Full of surprises as always, here... on the Colored Folklore podcast! 00:37 - Music: Mr. Mischief, All Good Folks (via Music Vine) 00:40 - Logo: Arthur 00:42 - Episode Art: Jacqueline 00:53 - Announcement! 05:30 - African Fun, by tunest…
 
This episode we head over to South America to see a spiritual civil war get resolved by a giant snake wrestling match. And for our fact… well you know, I like this one so much, I’m going make you wait to the end to see what it’s about. Sorry not sorry. Keeping people in suspense is just how we do, here… on the Colored Folklore podcast. 00:47 - Musi…
 
This episode we kick off the podcast taking a look at Africa, where a chicken literally scratches the earth into existence. And for our fact, we’re taking a quick dive into an ancient Nigerian storytelling ceremony called “Tales by Moonlight.” While you get tuned in, we about to get turnt up (Looking for a high five on that one!) here... on the Col…
 
"Colored Folklore." Where does that name came from? Last time we answered a little bit of the colored part, today let’s tackle some more. On the second of two bonus, zero point, episodes we run through a whole list of examples on how the folk got into the lore. Here in our show notes we got them receipts so that you don't have to just take our word…
 
"Colored Folklore." Where does that name came from? What’s "Colored" got to do with any of it? On the first of two bonus, zero point, episodes we hope to... #clearingthroat we attempt to... #deepsigh WE ARE GOING TO (sorry had to psych ourselves up there) answer those questions, yet pose so many more! Thank you for walking alongside us, here... on …
 
Welcome to the podcast! Here, we do folktales. Here, we do colored people. Here, we... er--wait a minute... let me start over: “Colored Folklore” is a podcast that looks at folk tales that have gotten relatively little mainstream attention. Every other Monday, we’ll take a story from a different indigenous culture from all the globe, and give it a …
 
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