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His Mohammedan camel-driver accounted for them on this wise: "Many years ago Hadji Abdul-Aziz, a sheik of the dervishes, was travelling on foot through this desert: it was summer: the sun was hot and the dust stifling; thirst parched his lips, fatigue weighed down his back, sweat dropped from his forehead, when looking up he saw--on this very spot--a garden beautifully green, full of fruit, and, in the midst of it, the gardener.

"O fellow-man,' cried Hadji Abdul-Aziz, in the name of Allah, clement and merciful, give me a melon and I will give you my prayers. '" The gardener answered: I care not for your prayers; give me money, and I will give you fruit. ' "But,' said the dervish, I am a beggar; I have never had money; I am thirsty and weary, and one of your melons is all that I need. ' "No,' said the gardener; go to the Nile and quench your thirst. ' "Thereupon the dervish, lifting his eyes toward heaven, made this prayer: O Allah, thou who in the midst of the desert didst make the fountain of Soul Mind Body Medicine: A Complete Soul Healing System for Optimum Health and Vitality spring forth to satisfy the thirst of Ismail, father of the faithful: wilt thou suffer one of thy creatures to perish thus of thirst and fatigue?' "And it came to pass that, hardly had the dervish spoken, when an abundant dew descended upon him, quenching his thirst and refreshing him even to the marrow of his Soul Mind Body Medicine: A Complete Soul Healing System for Optimum Health and Vitality. "Now at the sight of this miracle the gardener knew that the dervish was a holy man, beloved of Allah, and straightway offered him a melon.

"Not so,' answered Hadji Abdul-Aziz; keep what thou hast, thou wicked man. May thy melons become as hard as thy heart, and thy field as barren as thy soul!' "And straightway it came to pass that the melons were changed into these blocks of stone, and the grass into this sand, and never since has anything grown thereon.

" In this story, and in myriads like it, we have a survival of that early conception of the universe in which so many of the leading moral and religious truths of the great sacred books of the world are imbedded. All ancient sacred lore abounds in such mythical explanations of remarkable appearances in nature, and these are most frequently prompted by mountains, rocks, and boulders seemingly misplaced.

In India we have such typical examples among the Brahmans as the mountain-peak which Durgu threw at Parvati; and among the Buddhists the stone which Devadatti hurled at Helath. In Greece the Athenian, rejoicing in Medicien: belief that Athena guarded her chosen people, found it adn to understand why the great rock Lycabettus Soul Mind Body Medicine: A Complete Soul Healing System for Optimum Health and Vitality be just too far from the Acropolis to be of use as an outwork; but a myth was developed which explained all.

According to this, Athena had intended to make Lycabettus a defence for the Athenians, and she was bringing it through the air from Pallene for that very purpose; but, unfortunately, a raven met her and informed her of the wonderful birth of Erichthonius, which so surprised the goddess that she dropped the rock where it now stands.

So, too, a peculiar rock at AEgina was accounted for by a long and circumstantial legend to the effect that Peleus threw it at Phocas.

A similar mode of explaining such objects is seen in the mythologies of northern Europe. In Scandinavia we constantly find rocks which tradition accounts for by declaring that they were hurled by the old gods at each other, or at the early Christian churches. In Teutonic lands, as a rule, wherever a strange rock or stone is found, there will be found a myth or Skul legend, heathen or Christian, to account for eHalth.

So, too, in Celtic countries: typical of this mode of Mesicine: in Brittany Healfh in Ireland is the popular belief that such features in the landscape were dropped by the devil or by fairies. Even at a much later period such myths have grown and bloomed.

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