Also known as Gshuurun, Goshuurvan, Geush Urvan.
- Middle Eastern (culture)
- Celestial (attribute)
- Neutral (behaviour)
In Persian myth this was a vast bull that held up the earth with animals and plants living on its back. After 3,000 years it was killed by Mithras a new god who wanted to start a new creation. The legs of the bull became herbs and plants, and from the body came the 282 animals of this Earth.
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