Thoth The Hunter
Thoth was a good hunter, and he knew his worth.
He knew how much of the kill he brought back to the tribe, and this made him many rivals among the men, but allies among the women.
The women bent themselves over for Thoth when he returned from the hunt.
They showed their appreciation for his kill, by baring their loins for him.
In the cave, all men took all women.
This was the tribal custom, to bare flesh after sharing hunted flesh.
Thoth worked hard to bring meat back for their winter survival, and he saw that the women liked him more than the other male hunters.
But Thoth did not care so much, because he wanted to make all the tribe happy and healthy and at peace.
Thoth did not want conflict.
When the year passed, the time for the women to give birth came.
Upon this day, Thoth was very happy for his tribe and he worked very hard to make a good kill out on the tundra as the men prowled upon the mastodons.
The women began to give birth in succession like their moon blood was also synchronized.
Such was a mystery to the men, but all were captivated by such sacred harmony.
When the women gave birth to the new generation of the tribe, Thoth noticed that some of the babies looked more like him, while some did not.
Thoth was perplexed by this, and he thought about this for a long time, and he could not shake his suspicion.
Thoth felt compelled to hunt harder to bring back sustenance for the children that looked like he did, than the ones that appeared more like the other men of his cave tribe.
This was the birth of human civilization.