Category: werecreatures

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What is a wereboar?

A wereboar is a human that can transform into a boar (a male swine – aka male pig). They typically have the general appearance of a boar (boar head with tusks, boar feet, boar hands, and bristly hair all over their bodies),...

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You are an independent thinker

For those who know, ilovewerewolves.com is host to many many different “beings” that come here in search for answers to life’s most difficult questions. They come here looking for the truth and seek comfort from everyday normal human life.  Thank you for...

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Weretiger – distant cousin of the werewolf

Weretigers are werecreatures that are referenced in legends and myths in a few countries – in particular in Indian and Asian folklore. They are creatures that appear human, but can – at will – transform into tigers (they are not dependent upon...

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the encantado – shapeshifting dolphins

Some call them the Encantado, some call them weredolphins…some call them the dolphin people…others just call them shapeshifting dolphins.  🙂 The term “encantado” is used to describe them all!  The word is used mainly by Brazilians and other South Americans to describe...

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Cynanthropy or Weredogs

The second most common form of shapeshifting known to humans (with werewolves being number 1) is cynanthropy. Cynanthropy is the technical term to describe a weredog – in other words, a human that transforms into a dog. Since there are not many...

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Iceland’s hamrammr transform into their last meal

Although Iceland is not a country that is known for werewolves or wolves, their history does include some description of shapeshifters! One way to describe these creatures is with the term “hamrammr” – which is an old, traditional, non-modern term in Icelandic...

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werebear

A shape-shifting bear!? Yes, there is such a thing – it’s called a werebear! In fact, in myths and legends, the werebear is depicted as being more ferocious if attacked than a werewolf! Luckily, many legends say that the werebear typically keeps...

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Were-Jaguar

If you went back a thousand – or, let’s go back even farther, how about two thousand years – what would you find? Would you believe that you’d find evidence of shapeshifters– and in particular – were-jaguars!? The ancient Olmec civilization of...