Explore Myths about Venus
Venus was the goddess of love and beauty. To the perfection of her figure and the purity of ...Read more
Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli was an Aztec god. The planets Venus and the feathered snake, Quetzalcoatl ...Read more
The ancient Mayans used the doorways and windows of their buildings to look at things in space. ...Read more
One of the volcanoes on the planet of Venus is named after the Norse goddess Sif. Most of the ...Read more
Explore Myths about other nearby planets
Mercury was the messenger-god of Jupiter, and was the god of games, of business, and of story ...Read more
Mercury was popular among the gods because he was playful, innocent, and helpful. Mercury ...Read more
In Hinduism, the major Indian religion, the planet Mars, called Mangala, is identified with ...Read more
Mayans were sophisticated observers of the sky. Mayans used their astronomical knowledge to ...Read more
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Geologists think that the waters of Lake Tanganyika, a long lake located in East Africa, has experienced a huge amount of warming in the last 100 years. Currently, the surface water of this lake is the...Read more