Author(s): Osman ES?N
In Turkish and world mythology, water is considered a sacred concept. Belief that everything was made up of the “primitive sea”believed to exist in the beginning, constituted the core of mythological mystics. Ancient people worshipped water as a divine power because of its active role in the formation of the universe. In the belief system which is based on the cult of water, nature elements such as mountain, river, river and sea are also known as sacred. In traditional societies, water has always been a prominent element in every aspect of human life, from birth to death. The cultural remnants of the water around the concept reached our gümümü through the human communities and continued to exist after the transition to monotheistic religion. In this article, it is aimed to address the effects of supernatural forces on human life, to clarify the factors that determine the place and degree of relationship between man and nature in the universe and the universe.
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