As with any supernatural source of energy, there are multiple rumors on the origins of Jigit.
Some say it landed on earth during a meteor shower and transmitted itself to the witnesses on the beaches of Bahia. Others believe that it was reincarnated from the ashes of cedar trees during a ritual in the holy mountains of Mesopotamia.
There are even ones who believe Jigit is a fearless deity, and the last descendant of the dancing warriors of Nyabingoa, who appeared in the depths of a mystic desert with a carved watermelon on his head, sent from the heavens to protect the tribes’ people of Gerlach in their quest to unite the forces of nature through transcendental songs.
One thing that is certain is that Jigit appears in times of uncertainty, to conquer fear, turning it into weapons of mass creation through the messengers of love and unity.
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Can you Jigit?