The Dingo Gods of Genetic Engineering
Do you know the Kimberley Karadjeris? Out North West? Never mind, let us introduce you to their double deity.
Until they came along, the human race was androgynous, completely sexless — and terribly bored. So the Bag Bothers experimented with some do-it-yourself creation. They mated a toadstool with a fungus and produced the world's first genetically-modified body parts.
After a few trials and tests, the experiment was deemed a success. Sex organs for everybody! Of course, mankind was terribly keen to try out their new parts. And bingo — or dingo — here we all are. There's more to mushrooms than you might imagine.
Delighted with their work, the BAGADJIMBIRI Brothers rubbed their hands together and laughed. But like all mad scientists, the two enterprising dog gods met an untimely end and were unexpectedly murdered by a jealous cat spirit.
There is a final twist. Their mother DILGA drowned the assailant in her own milk and brought the brothers back to life. They soared into the sky and become cloudy water snakes. Or watery cloud snakes. Well, clouds, basically. If you look into the sky you may see them drifting around and keeping an eye on their test subjects. We hope they are not planning further experiments.
Authors: Peter J Allen and Chas Saunders
References: Coming soon.
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Area or people : Karadjeri tribe of Western Australia
Location : Australia
Gender : Male
Type : Deity
Celebration or Feast Day : Unknown at present
Good/Evil Rating : GOOD, quite approachable
Pronunciation : Coming soon
Alternative names : None known
Popularity index : 202
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