“Mythology” came from the Greek word “mythos” which means “story”, particularly a narrative which is associated with the unreal world, and the Greek suffix “-logia” which means “study of," It is a collection of folklore stories which often play a significant role in a group of individuals. These narratives generally belong to a certain cultural or religious tradition. The main characters often involve deities or supernatural beings.
For instance, Greek mythology is a popular body of fictional stories regarding the Ancient Greeks’ gods, demigods, heroes, and rituals. Zeus is the god of sky, lightning, and thunder; most importantly, he became the ruler of all gods who ensured that kings did not abuse their powers.