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(Folly) Greek The heroine of a story of overcoming death. Moria was a woman from Lydia, a kingdom in Asia Minor. One day, as her brother, Tylus, was walking along a river bank, a snake bit him. Tylus died instantly. Moria, seeing the tragedy, called upon the powers of the giant Danasen, a son of Gaia, an ancient Greek Earth Mother. The giant answered Moria's plea. He pulled up a huge tree and crushed the snake with this club. The snake's mate had been nearby and, seeing her mate dead, hurried away but quickly returned carrying an herb in her mouth. She put the herb in the dead snake's mouth, he revived immediately, and both slithered away to safety. Moria hurried to where the female snake had plucked the herb, took some herself, and put it in the mouth of her dead brother. Tylus, too, revived immediately. The herb, some experts say, was known as balis.


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