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a. www.insects.org/ced4/symbol_list1.html b. “ancient Mexicans considered the butterfly important enough to dedicate an entire palace to it at Teotihuacan, just outside Mexico City. This palace is called “Palace of the Mariposa” c. “social butterfly”, flamer 2. Aesop’s fable a. The lion and the gnat 3. Miss Muffet a. Miss patience Muffet’s father, Rev. Dr. Thomas Muffet believed that spiders could cure many ailments. Spiders in the house prevented gout and that the dung and urine of house spiders cured tears 4. Native American earthmaker a. After earthmaker created the world, he sought a creature to look over his creation b. Turtle, bad eyes c. Crow, bitchy d. Bear, angry e. Spider! Added 6 eyes to watch over the world 5. Pima Indian myth
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Unformatted text preview: a. The world was created by chiowotmahke the earth prophet. Was a spider and then turned into a butterfly 6. Salem witch trials a. Ergot grows on rye, especially damp rye and contains a number of pharmacologic agents such a s LSD b. Mental disturbances such as mania, melancholia, psychosis, and delirium c. Periodically appeared in Europe d. 2 types: gangrenous (dry gangrene and falling away of affected tissue) and convulsice (crawling sensation in skin, hallucinations, epileptic symptoms, mania, psychosis, and delirium) e. Testimony at trials was strongly like undulating objects and lights reported in LSD trials of 1960s 7. Summary a. Insects and arthropods common in mythology in world cultures...
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