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Entomophobia and Delusory Paratosis, http medent usyd edu au fact delpara htm. Biblical Bugs, http bible christiansunite com Torreys Topical Textbook ttt307 shtml. Please read the following scripture references to insects You may click the link above to view the list then click. each reference to read the verse, Created by God Beetle Caterpillar. Genesis 1 24 25 Leviticus 11 22 Psalms 78 46 Isaiah 33 4. Unclean and abominable Earthworm Flea, Leviticus 11 23 24 Job 25 6 Micah 7 17 1 Samuel 24 14. Bee Gnat Grasshopper, Judges 14 8 Psalms 118 12 Isaiah Matthew 23 24 Leviticus 11 22 Judges 6 5.
7 18 Job 39 20, Cankerworm Locust Bald locust, Joel 1 4 Nahum 3 15 16 Exodus 10 12 13 Leviticus 11 22. Fly Maggot Moth, Exodus 8 22 Ecclesiastes 10 1 Exodus 16 20 Job 4 19 27 18 Isaiah 50 9. Isaiah 7 18, Hornet Spider Fed by God, Deuteronomy 7 20 Job 8 14 Proverbs 30 28 Psalms 104 25 27 145 9 15. Lice Clean and fit for food, Exodus 8 16 Psalms 105 31 Leviticus 11 21 22. Palmer worm Ant, Joel 1 4 Amos 4 9 Proverbs 6 6 30 25.
Mythology and The Scarab Beetle, 1 Arachnid, This word is used for bug with eight legs Spiders and scorpions are classified among this. group As the myth states a mortal woman by the name of Arachne was famed for her intricate. weavings All the people proclaimed that Athena the goddess of Wisdom had given her a great. gift Arachne disagreed She boasted that her talent was hers alone and nobody had bestowed. it upon her She also bragged that her weaving was superior to Athena s Athena overheard her. and was livid with rage Wanting to teach the girl a lesson Athena disguised herself as an old. hag and then challenged Arachne to a contest of weaving Arachne agreed In a flash of light. Athena transformed back into her true form and began to weave Hours later they were both. finished and brought their creations out for judgment Athena had woven a picture of the gods. in all their glory sitting on their thrones drinking ambrosia However Arachne was foolish. enough to weave the gods getting drunk and looking incompetent Both weavings were. perfectly woven Athena could not contain her rage any longer She thought of a punishment to. fit the crime Finally she uttered the words of a spell and Arachne turned into a spider The. punishment was truly fit for the crime because Arachne still weaves only now her threads are a. hundred more times delicate than those she weaved before yet when people see them they. only sweep them away, The other version to this story is that when the two finished weaving Athena was jealous at. how beautiful Arachne s weaving was In her moment of rage she tore apart Arachne s work of. art Arachne was so sick with grief that she went off into the woods and hung herself When. Athena saw her body she took pity on the poor girl and turned her into a spider. 2 Global and Historical Spider Myths, The spider has a world wide mythology as the Great Weaver it is an attribute. of all Great Mother goddesses who spin the web of destiny. The Norse Norms are also associated with the spinning of fate Hindu and Buddhist myth. depicts the spider as weaver of the web of illusion maya. The Old Spider holds an important place in Oceanic tradition as the Creator. Goddess of the South Pacific Her son Young Spider created fire. The Australian Aboriginal Great Spider is a sky hero. In Japan Spider Women can ensnare the unwary and the Goblin Spider is a. shape shifter who appears in different forms to harm people The huge spider. Tsuchi Gumo caused trouble in the world until it was trapped in a cave and. smoked to death steel could not kill it, Spider is the creative feminine power in AmerIndian myth She wove the. dream of the world of phenomena and the web of fate she was herself. created to bring life to the earth she created plants and animals giving them. all names and lastly created humans There is also a trickster spider who is a. shape shifter and who brought culture to the people Old Spider escaped the. Flood and was a member of the Animal Council which helped the people. Recover the Light, The Trickster spider also appears in Africa among the Ashanti but is also the.
Wise One and a divinity, In Jamaica the Trickster spider is represented as taking on animals humans. and the gods and sometimes being able to outwit even the gods. There are many old wives tales about spiders the most widespread being. that they are venomous There are few spiders poisonous to man like the. American Black Widow Other tales were that fever could be cured by wearing. a spider in a nutshell round the neck and a common cure for jaundice was to. swallow a large live house spider rolled up in butter In Ireland this was a. remedy for ague A spider on one s clothes was a sign of good luck or that. money was coming and the very small spider is still called a money spider. 3 How the Fly Saved the River Native American Fable. Many many years ago when the world was new there was a beautiful river Fish in great. numbers lived in this river and its water was so pure and sweet that all the animals came there. A giant moose heard about the river and he too came there to drink But he was. so big and he drank so much that soon the water began to sink lower and. The beavers were worried The water around their lodges was disappearing. Soon their homes would be destroyed, The muskrats were worried too What would they do if the water vanished How could they live The. fish were very worried The other animals could live on land if the water dried up but they couldn t All. the animals tried to think of a way to drive the moose from the river but he was so big that they were. too afraid to try Even the bear was afraid of him, At last the fly said he would try to drive the moose away All the animals laughed. and jeered How could a tiny fly frighten a giant moose The fly said nothing but. that day as soon as the moose appeared he went into action. He landed on the moose s foreleg and bit sharply The moose stamped his foot. harder and each time he stamped the ground sank and the water rushed in to. fill it up Then the fly jumped about all over the moose biting and biting and. biting until the moose was in frenzy He dashed madly about the banks of the. river shaking his head stamping his feet snorting and blowing but he couldn t. get rid of that pesky fly At last the moose fled from the river and didn t come. back The fly was very proud of his achievement and boasted to the other. animals Even the small can fight the strong if they use their brains to think. The above parable is supplied by Paula Giese who can be contacted by e mail at. pgiese gold tc umn edu Paula is the webmistress of a web site for Indian Schools in the US and. Canada Her site includes more stories from the Indian Nations. 4 Pandora s Box, At first the life of man on earth was happier than it is now and then miseries and discontents. gradually crept in Prometheus and Epimetheus created men only not women Then Zeus was. angry with mankind He devised the worst punishment he could think of and invented Woman. Hephaestus the smith of the gods was instructed to form her from the earth and make her. irresistibly beautiful Each of the gods gave her his own special gift of skill and from this she. was called Pandora all gifted, When she was perfected with every gift and arrayed in all her loveliness this.
treacherous treasure was taken down to earth by Hermes the messenger god who. wears winged helmet and sandals to speed his flight and given to Prometheus foolish. brother Epimetheus Now Prometheus had warned his brother not to accept anything. from Zeus even if it looked like a gift sent in friendship but Epimetheus as usual acted. first and thought afterwards He accepted the maiden from Hermes and led her into his. house and with her a great jar some say a box or chest which the gods had sent with. her telling her to keep it safely but never think of opening it. This was too much for a lively girl like Pandora who among her gifts was endowed with. the first feminine curiosity After restraining it for a little while she at last gave in and. lifted the lid from the jar and from that moment began the sorrows of mankind For. each of the gods had stored in it the worst thing he was able to give and wonderful as. had been the gifts with which they endowed her just as dreadful were the evils that. rushed eagerly from the jar in a black stinking cloud like pestilent insects sickness and. suffering hatred and jealousy and greed and all the other cruel things that freeze the. heart and bring on old age, Pandora tried to clap the lid on the jar again but it was too late The happy childhood of. mankind had gone forever and with it the Golden Age when life was easy From then on. man had to wrest a hard living by his own labor from the unfriendly ground. Only one good thing came to man in the jar and remains to comfort him in his distress. and that is the spirit of Hope, 5 The story behind Silk. Natural silk in form of satin was the symbol for wealth and power for centuries Its. economic and cultural relevance is displayed by the fact that the longest historic trading. route bears its name which, is woven with many tales and historic events The knowledge of making silk was one of. the best kept secrets of the Chinese empire until a princess owing to her marriage. smuggled the cocoons of the silk worm Bomyx mori in her hairdo Another version says. a priest smuggled them in a hollow staff, The secret of satin is discovered but not the secrets of the material properties of natural. silks and the processes of spinning them They are subject of vast and intense research. driven not least by economic considerations, Production of silk didn t change since centuries and is characterized by many a.
wearisome handcraft This matter of fact had lead to a search for a technically. producible substitute already before world war two To that time the strongly. developing Polymer chemistry has brought to us synthetic fibers like Nylon or Rayon. None of them has the same properties like natural silk. Today the techniques of molecular biology and biotechnology show us a way of. synthetically producing the natural product itself Moreover by combining different. genes or sequence parts the production of designed materials of considered properties. could be in reach This circumstance has put a new light on the question that sequence. parts of the silk proteins refer to a certain material property and how they could be. altered In addition the outlook of bioengineering silk fibers has highlighted silks from. other species that up to then only had scientific relevance. This is the point where spider silk research comes into the story Before we switch to it. it should be said that spider silk is coming back to Bombyx mori One consequence of. biotechnological production is that one has to have not only the genes but also a. suitable expression system On the first look this seems to be no longer a problem since. for instance the Canadian company Nexia produces biosteel in goat milk In fact they. can produce quantities of protein However this is only half the way Bombyx mori. could be the expression system that already bears a spinning device inside and. agricultural and economic structures outside This sounds very smart and smooth but. we don t know whether this is in our silky way As a matter of fact we still have to. learn a lot from nature especially about the smart way of producing polymers. 6 Some Facts about Spiders, Spiders have been on the planet for around 350 00 years. There are at least 37 000 known species of spiders in the world and approximately 700. species live in Florida, Spiders are invertebrates arthropods and ARACHNIDS. The name of the class Arachnida comes from a young Greek girl Arachne Her spinning. and weaving were so perfect that she angered the goddess Athena who turned Arachne. into a spider to weave through the rest of time There are several versions in Greek. The English word spider comes from the German word meaning spinner. Spiders have 2 body parts a cephalothorax and abdomen. Spiders have 8 legs attached to the cephalothorax, Most spiders have poor eyesight even with 8 eyes Some spiders may only have 2 4 or 6. All spiders are predators, Spiders as a group eat more insects than birds. Most female spiders live a year or two but female tarantulas may live for 25 years Most. male spiders live 4 5 months except the male tarantula They may live for 4 10 years. Some native cultures eat tarantulas, All spiders make silk but not all spiders make webs Some silk is sticky some is dry Silk is.
made in the abdomen and squirted from the spinnerets Spiders have six spinnerets. Some spiders can make seven different kinds of silk. Silk is liquid until it hits the air and then it hardens. Primitive people for fishing nets lures bags and headdresses have used spider silk Spider. silk has been used for cross hairs in telescopes levels and surveying equipment. Most all spiders are poisonous and some authorities say all spiders are poisonous but. only a few spiders have venom and fangs strong enough to be harmful to humans. A spider does not chew its food It bites its prey and the venom injected into the prey. paralyzes or kills it prey The digestive effect of the venom turns the tissue of the prey into. a liquid which is then sucked up into the spider s stomach Spiders are able to turn insects. ENY 1001 Bugs and People Additional Readings Some of your additional readings for ENY 1001 will be included in full and others will link to external websites The information found in these readings will be included on the class exams Click on a topic to access the reading or web link Class is dismissed on Fridays so please use

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