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Mythological creatures around the world | Feyfolk The Unseelie Court originates from Scottish mythology and is a dark counterpart to the Seelie Court. The Unseelie fairies appear in groups at night and harrass travelers by lifting them up in the air, beating them or forcing them to do acts of violence. However, some Unseelie fairies might become fond of a particular human and treat them almost like a pet.

Mythological creatures around the world | Feyfolk The Unseelie Court originates from Scottish mythology and is a dark counterpart to the Seelie Court. The Unseelie fairies appear in groups at night and harrass travelers by lifting them up in the air, beating them or forcing them to do acts of violence. However, some Unseelie fairies might become fond of a particular human and treat them almost like a pet.

“    FIGURES OF NORSE MYTHOLOGY: HEL Hel is the daughter of Loki and the Jotun Angrboda. Half of her body resembles a living woman while the other resembles a corpse. Her expression is always gloomy and grim. The Aesir feared Hel and her brothers, so...

“ FIGURES OF NORSE MYTHOLOGY: HEL Hel is the daughter of Loki and the Jotun Angrboda. Half of her body resembles a living woman while the other resembles a corpse. Her expression is always gloomy and grim. The Aesir feared Hel and her brothers, so...

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Abere is a demoness from Melanesian mythology. She is portrayed as a “wild" woman with young female servants She is said to reside in marshes. She draws people to her by her beauty, entrapping them by causing reeds to grow around them. Once they are trapped, she proceeds to devour her victims.

Abere is a demoness from Melanesian mythology. She is portrayed as a “wild" woman with young female servants She is said to reside in marshes. She draws people to her by her beauty, entrapping them by causing reeds to grow around them. Once they are trapped, she proceeds to devour her victims.

The Norns are female beings who control the destinies of gods and mortals. The most important of these beings are Urd (Fate), Skuld (Being), and Verdandi (Necessity). They guard the well Urðarbrunnr, located beneath Yggdrasil in Asgard, keeping the World Tree healthy by pouring water and mud from the well on its roots. In other myths, there is a Norn present at every birth, and she has control over how the newborn’s life with unfold.

The Norns are female beings who control the destinies of gods and mortals. The most important of these beings are Urd (Fate), Skuld (Being), and Verdandi (Necessity). They guard the well Urðarbrunnr, located beneath Yggdrasil in Asgard, keeping the World Tree healthy by pouring water and mud from the well on its roots. In other myths, there is a Norn present at every birth, and she has control over how the newborn’s life with unfold.

GODDESSES OF WAR: The Red Horse And another, a red horse, went out; and to her who sat on it, it was granted to take peace from the earth, and that men would slay one another; and a great sword was given to her.

GODDESSES OF WAR: The Red Horse And another, a red horse, went out; and to her who sat on it, it was granted to take peace from the earth, and that men would slay one another; and a great sword was given to her.

Mist Witches. They arrive out of the grey, and when they leave, it is to the grey they return. it is a shroud, an armor, a wall, which they create and hold strong (and it is strong, despite being only air and water). and, most importantly, it adds an air of mystery.

Mist Witches. They arrive out of the grey, and when they leave, it is to the grey they return. it is a shroud, an armor, a wall, which they create and hold strong (and it is strong, despite being only air and water). and, most importantly, it adds an air of mystery.

Monster women : Drakaina  In Greek mythology, a drakaina (Ancient Greek: δράκαινα) is a female dragon, sometimes with human-like features. Examples included Campe, Delphyne, Echidna and Sybaris.

Monster women : Drakaina In Greek mythology, a drakaina (Ancient Greek: δράκαινα) is a female dragon, sometimes with human-like features. Examples included Campe, Delphyne, Echidna and Sybaris.

okayodysseus: “ Modern Mythology Aesthetics: Harmonia ““Be soft. Do not let the world make you hard. Do not let pain make you hate. Do not let the bitterness steal your sweetness. Take pride that even though the rest of the world may disagree, you...

okayodysseus: “ Modern Mythology Aesthetics: Harmonia ““Be soft. Do not let the world make you hard. Do not let pain make you hate. Do not let the bitterness steal your sweetness. Take pride that even though the rest of the world may disagree, you...

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