Sex-starved Bat God.
He was driven off with bees, they tried to drown him by diverting a river, and his biggest downfall came when he was thrown off a high cliff onto jagged rocks. But he had magic powers which were never available to Humpty Dumpty, and managed to put himself together again. Just to double check, he cut his nose off and stuck it back again. Yep — no problem.
Then he made a magic spear and went off to vent his rage on the Great RAINBOW-SNAKE. He stabbed it in the side and watched as it writhed in agony creating an interesting new terrain. In its struggles the Snake must have felt burning sensations because the next thing anyone knew was that it had dived to the bottom of the sea taking every last scrap of fire with it.
TJINIMIN went completely batty at this point and took to roosting upside down. Light and fire now scared him and he only wanted to look upwards at night. He decided he was never ever going to attempt sex again, and then his nose dropped off. This is why bats have snub noses.
Authors: Peter J Allen and Chas Saunders
References: Coming soon.
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Area or people : Murinbata folk of Northern Territory
Location : Australia
Gender : Male
Type : Deity
Celebration or Feast Day : Unknown at present
Good/Evil Rating : NOT OKAY, be careful
Pronunciation : Coming soon
Alternative names : None known
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