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Does such a way of human time travel occur in ancient myths?

  • The only I know are the other way. You know as the Sleeping Beauty, someone 'vanishing' from time X and coming at time X + y. – Gibet Dec 8 '18 at 15:13
  • I'm not aware of any travelling back in time in ancient myths, but a fun innovation in modern mythology is the idea that UFOs are not aliens, but people from the future. – DukeZhou Dec 10 '18 at 18:47
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    @Dominictheinquisitive Don't. Your question is relevant. There is simply not any example of such a thing, so the basic answer is: No there is not. But you ALWAYS have the possibility to find one in an obscure non modern mythology. (In term of modern myths... Terminator simply is an example) – Gibet Aug 2 at 12:55
  • @DukeZhou - please tell me if you want to delete your comment or not before I delete my question. Notify me by saying if you wanna delete your comment or not. – Dominic the inquisitive Dec 1 at 18:14
  • @Gibet - please tell me if you want to delete your comment or not before I delete my question. Notify me by saying if you wanna delete your comment or not. – Dominic the inquisitive Dec 1 at 18:15
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I've been wracking my brain but can't think of any examples of ancient mythologies that involve time travel.

This is necessarily a short answer as no examples are given.

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