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Furfur  by *GENZOMAN    In demonology, Furfur (other spelling: Furtur) the 34th demon in the Lesser Key Of Solomon, is a powerful Great Earl of Hell, being the ruler of twenty-nine legions of demons. He is a liar unless compelled to enter a magic triangle where he gives true answers to every question, speaking with a rough voice. Furfur causes love between a man and a woman, creates storms, tempests, thunder, lightning, and blasts, and teaches on secret and divine things.

Furfur by *GENZOMAN In demonology, Furfur (other spelling: Furtur) the

Flying Horror of New Guinea. There are those out there who still believe that dinosaurs exist... the reason being is that they have encountered them. What do you think? http://www.theparanormalguide.com/blog/flying-horror-of-new-guinea

Flying Horror of New Guinea - Cryptozoology - This remote and unexplored volcanic region is often referred to as the “Lost World”, and new species of animals are being found on the island regularly.

Aine of Knockaine….Celtic (Irish) Goddess of love and fertility, later known as the fairy queen. Goddess related to the moon, crops, and farms or cattle. Aine is revered among Irish herbalists and healers and is said to be responsible for the body's life force. A woman of the Leanan Sidhe (Sweetheart of the Sidhe). Some said she was the daughter of Manannan, some said she was the Morrigan herself.

Aine of Knockaine….Celtic (Irish) Goddess of love and fertility, later known as…

Inspiração ao terror de David Gaillet

The dark, twisted and incredible fantasy paintings and illustrations of French artist David Gaillet

Sleipnir

Sleipnir- Norse myth: a grey, 8 legged horse that Odin rides. It is the child of Loki and Svaðilfari. It is described as the best of all horses, and is sometimes ridden to the location of Hel.

A Manticore is a legendary creature similiar to a sphinx but described as a lion with the head of an old man, rows of incredibly sharp teeth and a tail that can fire deadly quills at its victim.  A Manticore is often seen as dangerous and predatory, using its quills to poison or paralyse a victim before devouring  them with its many rows of teeth - many people used to blame missing people on this beast and it may of had some inspiration from the rare phenomena of man-eating lions and tigers.

Manticore

Manticore is a legendary creature similar to the Egyptian sphinx. It has the body of a red lion, a human head with three rows of sharp teeth and the tail of a Scorpion.

Valravn- Danish folklore: a supernatural raven with the ability that when it eats the heart of a dead person it can shapeshifting into that person. Once some valravn took the shape of a fallen king and led a whole kingdom astray.

The valravn is a creature with origins in Danish folklore. Valravne have many different appearances. Some take the form of a large, humanoid raven that can transform into a knight. Sometimes, they look like a half-raven, half-wolf creature.

Iku-Turso - A malevolent sea monster in Finnish mythology, mentioned in the Finnish national epic Kalevala

Iku-Turso - A malevolent sea monster in Finnish mythology, mentioned in the Finnish national epic Kalevala - my namesake!

Shellycoat- Scottish folklore: a type of bogeyman that haunts rivers and streams. They wear a coat made of shells that rattle upon movement. They are relatively harmless but will mislead travelers who wander onto their territory.

Random Creature Feature: A “Shellycoat” is a creature from Scottish mythology that is named for its coat of shells. This sneaky fae haunts rivers and streams, and enjoys pulling pranks on.

Izanami (伊弉冉 or 伊邪那美) the first female as well as the goddess of creation and death. She died shortly after the birth of Kagu-tsuchi, and Izanagi - her husband- followed her to the underworld, but failed to bring her back to the living world. A marital spat between the pair caused the cycle of life and death for all living beings.

Izanami (伊弉冉 or 伊邪那美) the first female as well as the goddess of creation and death. She died shortly after the birth of…

Kikimora (Russian: кики́мора, IPA: [kʲɪˈkʲimərə]) is a legendary creature, a female house spirit in Slavic mythology, fin: Kikke Mörkö. When she inhabits a house, she lives behind the stove or in the cellar. The OED links "mora" with the "mare" of nightmare.[1]

Kikimora (Russian: кики́мора, IPA: [kʲɪˈkʲimərə]) is a legendary creature, a female house spirit in Slavic mythology, fin: Kikke Mörkö. When she inhabits a house, she lives behind the stove or in the cellar. The OED links "mora" with the "mare" of

they-hide-in-the-dark:  Ijiraq - A shapeshifter from Inuit mythology, an Ijiraq is a spirit that has the ability to transform into any arctic animal in order to disguise themselves. Normally it appears as a half-man-half-caribou monster but it can take any form that it chooses. Its most common ones being: a raven, bear, wolf or human. The only part of its body that it cannot disguise is its eyes, which are bright red. No matter what form it takes its eyes will remain red.

Ijiraq - A shapeshifter from Inuit mythology, an Ijiraq is a spirit that has the ability to transform into any arctic animal in order to disguise themselves. Normally it appears as a.

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