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Itzpapalotl- Aztec myth: name means "obsidian butterfly". She is a skeletal goddess that rules paradise. She has obsidian wing blades and obsidian talons. She sometimes turns into a beautiful human woman.

Itzpapalotl- Aztec myth: name means "obsidian butterfly". She is a skeletal goddess that rules paradise. She has obsidian wing blades and obsidian talons. She sometimes turns into a beautiful human woman.

Here we see Elegua. He is a saint of sorts from Santeria. He is in the middle of spell casting. Great job Genzoman.

"This book is a collection of African myths, discussing creation stories, trickster stories, the "evil eye," and gods and goddesses of various African tribes.

New Mexican

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Mayan warrior

A Mayan warrior. This is not bad for a high status tribesman somewhere "on the fringe" - such as the Káchar tribes of the Chákas, who are described briefly in "The Man of Gold".

Mallku  by *GENZOMAN  In aymara culture, Mallku is the spirit of the mountains, hills and high cliffs that surround a village. For them is a protector spirit, unique and particular in each case. It is a source of life thanks to the greening of the valley when he melt the snow from the mountains. He is a protector, punishing bad behavior. Therefore, the man speaks him in prayers and celebrated his presence in the month of January.

Mallku- Incan myth: a giant condor that protects the Andes mountains and that punishes bad behavior.

Nine headed Pheonix- Chinese myth: an early version of the Phoenix that was abolished after the fall of a kingdom.

Nine headed Pheonix- Chinese myth: an early version of the Phoenix that was abolished after the fall of a kingdom.

QUEEN BEE by FastPuck

Colel cab- Mayan myth: goddess of bees and the earth.

Nordic folklore, some interesting mythological creatures and figures

Nordic folklore

Nordic folklore these creatures have a likely origin of the Jotner in Norse mythology. Jotner were most damaging to the Norse gods , but sometimes benefit

Mboi Tui- Guarani myth: son of tau and kerena. It was depicted as an enormous serpent like creature with a parrot head and short stubby legs.

Mboi Tui - One of the seven legendary monsters of Guarani legends, who patrols the swamps and protect amphibian life. It is said that the Mboi Tui lets out a horrible squawk which can be heard from afar and instills fear in all who hear it

Tzitzimitl - These skeletal monsters are found in Central Mexico, and represent female fertility and pregnancy. However, they will become vicious during a solar eclipse, and will seek out and eat any humans that they can find. They are sometimes regarded as demons, though this is unconfirmed.

TZITZIMIME In Aztec mythology, is a deity associated with stars. They were depicted as skeletal female figures wearing skirts often with skull and crossbone designs. In Postconquest descriptions they.

goddess chantico: Goddess of the firebox, of fires in the family hearth and volcanoes. She broke a fast by eating paprika with roasted fish, and was turned into a dog by Tonacatecuhtli as punishment. She wears a crown of poisonous cactus spikes, and takes the form of a red serpent

goddess chantico: Goddess of the firebox, of fires in the family hearth and volcanoes. She broke a fast by eating paprika with roasted fish, and was turned into a dog by Tonacatecuhtli as punishment. She wears a crown of poisonous cactus spikes, and takes the form of a red serpent

Tláloc- Aztec myth: a god of rain, fertility, and life. He was revered for being able to bring life by the rains. But also feared by being able to bring hail, lighting, and storms. He was the controller of the powerful element of water.

Tlaloc - Aztec God of Rain by Rowen Silver

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Ohaguro-bettari- Japanese myth: a female creature that appears like a beautiful…

Dawon- Hindu myth: a sacred lion/tiger that was offered by the gods to the Hindu goddess Durga as an aid to help her in her battles.

Gdon (or Dawon)

The Thing Beast

The Thing Beast (PROPNOMICON)

printed Thingbeast, Paul Braddock on ArtStation at…

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