werewolf eyes

There are stories of people coming into contact with a werewolf only to become frozen and unable to think or move in defense. These stories of the human contacting transformed werewolves only to become “entranced” or “stuck” seem like isolated incidents, right?

One mortal from Greek mythology that was able to transform people just by having them look deep into her eyes was Medusa. Medusa was cursed with a spell! The spell dictated that if any person looked her in the eyes they would immediatley turn to stone.

Can werewolves do the same?

Werewolves have abilities that are in fact unhuman, and slightly “mythological.” Werewolves do not however, have a power like Medusa’s to turn victims into a physical stone rock, but the werewolf does have the ability to stop a human in his or her tracks with just an encounter.

There are incidents of people coming into contact with a transformed werewolf and becoming paralyzed. Imagine that most of the humans that do randomly come across a werewolf will in fact “freeze.” Even though they do not turn to stone, they will be stuck in a frozen state from all of the fear and uncertainties from contact with the wolf, this is very similiar to that of Medusas’s abilitites.

Medusas has the ability to without even a slight touch create a human who will be paralzed, and so can the werewolf. Without a single touch the werewolf will have any human who see’s him paralyzed with fear. The fear of the unknown, death, and the future of what is to come.

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  1. Talon Ragnorok says:

    I’m not saying that I’m some kind of badass or anything of the sort but I myself have some into contact with a werewolf four times in my life and two of those I was close enough to see it’s eyes, those two times I was in fact the exact opposite of being frozen, I was ready to fight, now I was locked in a 6×5 cage for a good 6 months as a PoW in an Iraqi prison camp and was facing death by beheading, I led an escape with 2 other solders obviously we made it out, that experience may have something to with why I didn’t freeze up. But even though I was in battle stance ready to fight for my life I was never attacked, there seemed to be an unusually calm presence with my encounters more like a mutual respect as I myself would never hurt any living thing again unless in self defense, also I was scared enough to be shaking so there was a fear present within me. If anyone wants to hear my four encounters I will be glad to tell my tales just drop me an e-mail at talontalon2000@hotmail.com, also im on facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/TalonRagnorok. and by the way this really is an awesome site :)

  2. -;` I am really thankful to this topic because it really gives useful information -~:

  3. Jamz says:

    My eye naturally brown lately my eyes are redrish brown what that about?

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