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A Wendigo is a half-beast creature appearing in the legends of the American Indians. The most frequent cause of transformation into a Wendigo was if a person had resorted to cannibalism.
Vanessa Credeur saved to Mythical Creatures
According to the Japanese folklore, the Jorōgumo is a magic, 400 year old giant spider, that can change its appearance into that of a beautiful woman. She seduces young handsome men, wraps them up in her webs and eats them.
Dirk Cumberbunny saved to halloween
Aswang Project shared a cool reimagining of the classic Zodiac Signs as aswangs and other Filipino mythical creatures. This cool chart gives a new and interesting take on signs like Libra, Virgo and Cancer....
judith verdejo saved to Projects to try
This is what's written in Arthur Spiderwick's Field Guide to the Fantastical World Around You about the Nixies. Guardians of freshwater pools and streams, nixies, (also called naiads and nixes) are bound to the body of water in which they dwell. They are most commonly spotted alone and can be identified by the liquid continuously streaming from their hair and clothes as well as the greenish sheen of their skin. Nixies are amphibious and, unlike mermaids, they have legs rather than a tail…
Catherine Brown saved to Folk Art
Mermaids are easily one of the top subject matter for artists out there. Just check out any artist website and you'll see tons of mermaid art. Here's a list of some of my faves.
Eleesha saved to Apartment decorating ideas
This supernatural creature from the Nicaraguan folklore is a shapeshifter. It typically takes the form of an attractive long haired woman who seduces drunken and unfaithful men before revealing her true face: a Horse Skull. The words she speaks to these men are so horrific that the victim goes insane instantaneously.
Neveen Badr saved to Mythologies
Greek mythology has been a part of our World Literature subject since we all went schooling. What made this myth truly inspiring is the stories of heroes and other mortals who live with the Olympian gods and the goddesses, how they mutually care for each other and show balance of peace and prosperity from two
People, no matter from which era and what traditions, have always felt the need to explain their surroundings. After all, the greatest fear is the fear of the unknown. Before science did better explanations, myths, and mythical creatures fulfilled the need to know what, why, and how our reality exists.
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Susan Thompson saved to D&D