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teyu-yagua, a giant lizard with the head of a dog, Paraguay legend

teyu-yagua, a giant lizard with the head of a dog, Paraguay legend

The Mesoamerican Tainos,for example, strongly believed in the Ciguapa, a Lorelei-like creature that haunted streams and secluded riversides under the guise of a beautiful nude woman with reversed feet.

Artist reminds us to forget mermaids, selkies are where it's at

The Mesoamerican Tainos,for example, strongly believed in the Ciguapa, a Lorelei-like creature that haunted streams and secluded riversides under the guise of a beautiful nude woman with reversed feet.

If you ask me what I came to do in this world, I, an artist, will answer you: I am here to live out loud.  ~ Émile Zola ~

If you ask me what I came to do in this world, I, an artist, will answer you: I am here to live out loud. ~ Émile Zola ~

RIFTS Bone Were Jaguar THRILL OF THE HUNT by ChuckWalton.deviantart.com on @deviantART

RIFTS Bone Were Jaguar THRILL OF THE HUNT by ChuckWalton.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Yuki-Onne (Japanese.) A Goddess of death who chills into numbness those who will…

Yuki-Onne (Japanese.) A Goddess of death who chills into numbness those who will…

Ulfhednar  An interesting depiction of Norse myth. Such skin-changers are now called Werewulf, or loup garou, In ancient times it was respected as a warrior--not a monster.  Their ferocity in battle was much admired.  Even in the Middle Ages, when such sorcery was condemned as witchcraft, one accused werewolf asserted that, far from consorting with the Devil, he was "God's Dog."  {For more on the subject, see chapter 15, Dixie Spirits:  http://www.sourcebooks.com/store/dixie-spirits.html}

Ulfhednar An interesting depiction of Norse myth. Such skin-changers are now called Werewulf, or loup garou, In ancient times it was respected as a warrior--not a monster. Their ferocity in battle was much admired. Even in the Middle Ages, when such sorcery was condemned as witchcraft, one accused werewolf asserted that, far from consorting with the Devil, he was "God's Dog." {For more on the subject, see chapter 15, Dixie Spirits: http://www.sourcebooks.com/store/dixie-spirits.html}

Kappa; late 18th Century; 寛政年間(18世紀の末)に江戸城の近く、一番町のお堀端にあらわれたカッパ。(蜷川家古文書) 【国立公文書館より】

Kappa; late 18th Century; 寛政年間(18世紀の末)に江戸城の近く、一番町のお堀端にあらわれたカッパ。(蜷川家古文書) 【国立公文書館より】

The Creature from the Black Lagoon by Florealpolla for Inktober and @Sketch_Dailies

The Creature from the Black Lagoon by Florealpolla for Inktober and @Sketch_Dailies

Ya-o-gah - Mythical Archive

Ya-o-gah - Mythical Archive

The kada are winged snakes of China that possesses a human face and have the appearance of dragons with no legs. They cause floods. G. River

The kada are winged snakes of China that possesses a human face and have the appearance of dragons with no legs. They cause floods. G. River

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