Tagged: Mythology

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Modernity eating away at a human experience

One persons fantasy is another persons reality, the question is where do we draw the line, and who draws it? Humans have consistently throughout time created alternate “beings” and worlds within their society. Often times these “beings”  would play a major role...

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Lycaon – First Werewolf?

In Greek mythology, one of the first werewolves that is said to have existed is Lycaon. The tale of Lycaon hints at origins of why being a werewolf is considered a “curse”. As the myths go, Lycaon was a king of Arcadia...

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Navajo SkinWalker

Native Americans believe in werewolves. The Navajo (Native Americans of the Southwestern United States) have a term for werewolves (or what they call skinwalkers) – the Yenaldlooshi (more commonly however, the Navajo werewolf goes by the term Skinwalker).  The Navajo word Yenaldlooshi...

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Greek Mythology

Ancient Greek Mythology Damarchus, an Arcadian Olympian Boxer was said to be transformed into a wolf after making a sacrifice to a God on Mount Lycaeus. The Greek God Zeus’ sanctuary during the Lycaea festival and throughout the year was located on...

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Vampires

Also known as nosferatu or blood-suckers, vampires are supernatural gothic beings that suck the blood from living creatures. Vampires are commonly referred to as “the undead” because they are said to be real reanimated corpses – not alive, but not yet dead....