I have a handful of hubs that are mythological. Is there a better place they could go besides writing and books? It's more historical or religion.
Hey Whit maybe in the religion topic under paranormal or something.
That'd be better than only having them in mythology under books and writing.
But, what about vampire hubs? They wouldn't really be under religion. More mythology. I think somewhere a mythology section with greek, roman, egyptian, oriental, etc would be cool. As well as a place for vampires, zombies, witches, etc, which I wouldn't think would be a part of religion.
Hmmm... yeah I went back through looking and not much other than the religion you could put them under. Anything about witches I guess could fall under the pagan heading but that is kinda generalizing it and makes it harder to search out.
True. I didn't think about witches and pagan religion. I wonder if all stories and whatnot about witches would fall there?
I'm still at a loss for vampires and zombies.
There's no real place for mythology except books and writing, but I don't think that's the best place if you're hub is about creation stories and descriptions of the Gods of that religion. That's more historical, to some degree.
Yes. Is that a current category? If so.. Oops and thank you.
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