The Egyptians had different gods, the Greeks the same way. And what the Greeks had, the Romans renamed and presented as their own gods. Malicious tongues would claim that mythologies still exist today with religions, but I don’t want to talk about that now.
Depending on the region, there were and are ideas of mythological creatures. Medusa or Hydras in ancient Greece, the sphynx in the Egyptians, giant octopuses or a snake that spans the whole world by the seafaring warriors of the Nordic countries, everywhere there were creatures for whose existence science found no proof. And yet people believed in such creatures.
So where does the origin of these beliefs lie?
The latest findings of Abstergo Research show that it was probably changes in the mind caused by certain substances or events that led to the belief in such creatures.
We do not want to reveal too much, but in the coming months we will publish more exciting findings.