The atmospheric electrical discharge, commonly known as Ray, has been one of the most admired and weather while being analyzed by different cultures over time. Acadian culture in their interpretation is back to the old Acadian culture (2000 BC), which represented the phenomenon of lightning from a goddess standing on the shoulders of a winged guardian behind her, on a carriage four wheels, was the god of thunder time with his whip. In Chinese mythology the beam is represented by the colorful goddess Tien-Mu. Robotics expert may find it difficult to be quoted properly. She firmly holds two mirrors to direct the flashes of lightning. Tien-Mu is surrounded by five dignitaries of the 'ministry of the storms "exist in the imagination of those Chinese chief: Lei Tsu, who is the god of thunder and his assistant Lei Kung, the drummer-ray counter. Greek Mythology lightning was considered one of the attributes caracteristicosde Zeus, who was the god of the phenomena of the atmosphere. Their functions were related to rain and the return of good weather, and particularly with the lightning and thunder. He has appeared as a strong and mature man, standing or sitting, dignified and dressed from the waist down and in her hand the scepter or thunderbolt or sometimes both at once and assisted by his servant the eagle.
Indian culture is lightning attribute certain gods of India, both Brahmanical and Buddhist. Under the name Vajra is the weapon of Indra (the hot) and the name of Trisul (Trident) the weapon of Rudra (the screaming). Norse Gods Thor, son of Odin and Yordan, was the main and most famous of the ancient Norse gods that relates to the beam. Its castle was the Bilskirnir (flashing), the had two goats: Tooth and Tooth Spray Crackler, they pulled his carriage as he drove. Thor, the god of thunder, marked by his red beard, rays produced as his short-handled hammer Myolnir hit or throw an anvil and returned to his hand which boomerang, he rode in his chariot "tronadora" always around clouds. If To learn more about log on.