The Mythology of Children
There is a name for these types of stories that children make up for themselves and other children, stories that they don't tell adults or want adults to know about. It is their world and their mythology.
Here are some other stories that children have made up. This is from an article in Miami Florida.
MYTHS OVER MIAMIAuthor Ashley Cowie had this to say about ancient beliefs in hunter-gatherer societies today who believe in ‘animism' an ancient worldview in which everything is alive.
To homeless children sleeping on the street, neon is as comforting as a night-light. Angels love colored light too. After nightfall in downtown Miami, they nibble on the NationsBank building -- always drenched in a green, pink, or golden glow. "They eat light so they can fly," eight-year-old Andre tells the children sitting on the patio of the Salvation Army's emergency shelter. The small group listens intently to these tales told by homeless children in shelters.
Miami New Times
Imagine for a moment a reality ... where material and spiritual realms are simply different parts of ‘one thing.’ In that world, free of pre-scientific reasoning, our forebears projected concepts of soul, spirit, and sentience onto fern and fauna, light and shadows, thunder, wind, rain, and sunshine.It can be concluded that ... rituals are rooted in the profound belief that humans cannot live without making and ‘maintaining’ associations between the natural and supernatural elements of nature and our destiny.