Atman, the Creator, made Fire, Wind, Sun, Moon, and other divinities.
They said to him: ‘Find out for us an abode wherein we may be established and may eat food.’ He led up a bull to them. They said: ‘Verily, this is not sufficient for us.’ He led up a horse to them. They said: ‘Verily, this is not sufficient for us.’ He led up a person to them. They said: ‘Oh! well done!’—Verily, a person is a thing well done.— He said to them: ‘Enter into your respective abodes.’
Fire became speech, and entered the mouth.
By Jules Cashford, p. 118
Hindu myth circa eighth to sixth century BCE.