Horse/Human Creation Story

This is my version of the Horse/Human Creation Story:

In the beginning, Humans ate Horses. Some Neanderthals still do. About 25,000 years passed and one day a Human–I personally think it was a woman–heard a voice in her head that she didn’t recognize. It was a deep soft voice, like Barry White, only 5,956 years too soon. The Human looked for the cause of the voice and saw a Horse–I personally think it as a white horse. The Human was a bit unsettled, so the Horse took a deep breath and exhaled, and sure enough, the Human mimicked him.

The Horse thought there might be a chance that this frail Human had a soul, so he offered his help.

And that’s how man domesticated the Horse.

Anna Blake, Infinity Farm.

14 comments on “Horse/Human Creation Story

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  2. Uncle Spike says:

    So you decided to follow Uncle Spike. Oh I’m a happy blogger now Anna – thanks for that special mouse click.
    Have a great old day…

  3. […] Counter-balance against all those negatives and a few dozen more too complex or long-winded to list here, this one princely gift: Horses volunteer. It defies common sense, but horses (and dogs) choose to be with us. I’m skeptical that men domesticated them, I think it happened more like this, (read here). […]

  4. Or did horse domesticate man…and has horse been doing that every day since x

  5. lmberling says:

    I love the way you write! Your words are heartfelt, funny and clever. Your blog is an inspiration!

  6. elizabethweaver says:

    You may be interested in the Horse-Lakota relationship in the documentary: We Are A Horse Nation. Thank you for your beautiful work.

  7. Lisa Tomlin says:

    I have just discovered your website through a friend – and thank you, so much for this wonderful post! I love your perspective, and look forward to reading more. I cannot wait to get a copy of your book.

  8. Amy Johnson says:

    or rather, that’s how Horse domesticated Man :)

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