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Grand Bois- Haitian myth: an elemental, nature loa of trees, herbs, honey, and spiced rum. He represents rich earth and dark woods. African Mythology, World Mythology, Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, African Traditional Religions, Cartoon Building, Folklore Art, Portal, Character Art
Grand Bois- Haitian myth: an elemental, nature loa of trees, herbs, honey, and spiced rum. He represents rich earth and dark woods.
Baron La Croix- Haitian myth: loa of the dead and sexuality. He is the ultimate suave and sophisticated. Baron Samedi, Voodoo Art, Spirits Of The Dead, Erotic Fiction, Haitian Art, Vodou, Caribbean Art, Orisha, Outsider Art
Baron La Croix- Haitian myth: loa of the dead and sexuality. He is the ultimate suave and sophisticated.
Baron Cimetière- Haitian myth: a spirit of the dead. He is the guardian of the cemetery, protecting it's Graves. He is the doorman between the world of the living and the afterlife. He keeps the dead in and the living out. Papa Legba, Scary Dreams, Surreal, The Boogeyman
Baron Cimetière- Haitian myth: a spirit of the dead. He is the guardian of the cemetery, protecting it's Graves. He is the doorman between the world of the living and the afterlife. He keeps the dead in and the living out.
Abhartach- Irish legend: a man who was an evil tyrant and magician. A chieftain killed him and buried him standing up. The tyrant arose again as walking dead. The chieftain consulted a druid who told him he could only be killed with a sword made of yew wood, burying him upside down, surrounding his grave with thorns, and placing a large stone on top of the grave. The tyrant was forever sealed upside down which inhibits his power. Halloween Images, Halloween Art, Vintage Halloween, Dark Fantasy Art, Dark Art, Gothic Vampire, Vampire Art, Dark Gothic, Gothic Horror
Abhartach- Irish legend: a man who was an evil tyrant and magician. A chieftain killed him and buried him standing up. The tyrant arose again as walking dead. The chieftain consulted a druid who told him he could only be killed with a sword made of yew wood, burying him upside down, surrounding his grave with thorns, and placing a large stone on top of the grave. The tyrant was forever sealed upside down which inhibits his power.
Cerridwen the Celtic Goddess of Witchcraft and the Underworld, there are similarities with Hecate among others.. Celtic Gods, Celtic Art, Nature Goddess, Moon Goddess, Hecate Goddess, Godess, Celtic Mythology, Triple Goddess, Gods And Goddesses
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Cerridwen the Celtic Goddess of Witchcraft and the Underworld, there are similarities with Hecate among others..
Yokai of Japanese Mythology, Volume Two!   #Yokai #JapaneseMythology #Japan #Infographic #Mythology #MrPsMythopedia Ancient Mythology, Greek Mythology, Chinese Mythology, Roman Mythology, Japanese Yokai, Japanese Art, Japanese Urban Legends, Japanese Colors
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Yokai of Japanese Mythology, Volume Two! #Yokai #JapaneseMythology #Japan #Infographic #Mythology #MrPsMythopedia
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Nishi - Mimicking the voices of loved ones and family members to lure lonely travelers back to their secluded dens, from which they will never return Some magic users have the ability to nurture and control these monsters, and are often known to unleash them on those that they have grudges against. They will only call out for a victim twice, and so the real person will have been trained to call out thrice. Fantasy Literature, Krampus, Creature Feature, Urban Legends, Field Guide, Book Show, World History, Fae, Secluded
Nishi - Mimicking the voices of loved ones and family members to lure lonely travelers back to their secluded dens, from which they will never return Some magic users have the ability to nurture and control these monsters, and are often known to unleash them on those that they have grudges against. They will only call out for a victim twice, and so the real person will have been trained to call out thrice.
Kitsune: mythological Japanese trickster fox, a Shinto kami spirit Japanese Fox, Japanese Monster, Japanese Prints, Japanese Animals, Japanese Illustration, Art Et Illustration, Illustrations, Botanical Illustration, Fox Dance
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Kitsune: mythological Japanese trickster fox, a Shinto kami spirit
The Bakezōri is described as a wandering sandal with two arms and two legs, but only one eye. It's a member of the Tsukumogami, an entire class of yōkai and obake, comprised of ordinary household items that come to life on the one-hundredth anniversary of their birth. Japanese Mythical Creatures, Magical Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Japanese Mythology, Japanese Folklore, Yuki Onna
Bakezōri
The Bakezōri is described as a wandering sandal with two arms and two legs, but only one eye. It's a member of the Tsukumogami, an entire class of yōkai and obake, comprised of ordinary household items that come to life on the one-hundredth anniversary of their birth.
Kwaidan - Jiki Ninki (Man-Eating Goblin) - SaruDama Weird Creatures, Famous Monsters, Scary Monsters, Japanese Buddhism
Kwaidan - Jiki Ninki (Man-Eating Goblin)
Kwaidan - Jiki Ninki (Man-Eating Goblin) - SaruDama
It would be wrong to say that it was ancient China's darkest moment, as that really wouldn't be the truth, but when ten suns arose to cross the skies each day, the land was a scorched wasteland, crying out for salvation. Not even the Emperor had a good idea of what to do, so he called upon one of China's premiere divine heroes, YI THE ARCHER, who went forth to deal with the problem! #YiTheArcher #Houyi #Yi #Archer #AncientChina #China #ChineseMythology #Mythology #MrPsMythopedia Political Artwork, Myths & Monsters, Legends And Myths, Dafuq, World Religions
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It would be wrong to say that it was ancient China's darkest moment, as that really wouldn't be the truth, but when ten suns arose to cross the skies each day, the land was a scorched wasteland, crying out for salvation. Not even the Emperor had a good idea of what to do, so he called upon one of China's premiere divine heroes, YI THE ARCHER, who went forth to deal with the problem! #YiTheArcher #Houyi #Yi #Archer #AncientChina #China #ChineseMythology #Mythology #MrPsMythopedia
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Kiyohime- Japanese myth: a woman who fell in live with a priest. But when the priest rejected her and tried to escape on a boat, she swam after him and turned into a giant serpent in her rage. The priest hid under a bell in a church but she coiled around it and belched out fire, melting the bell and killing the priest.: Folk Tales, Fairy Tales, The Power Of Myth, Irezumi, Epic Art
Kiyohime- Japanese myth: a woman who fell in live with a priest. But when the priest rejected her and tried to escape on a boat, she swam after him and turned into a giant serpent in her rage. The priest hid under a bell in a church but she coiled around it and belched out fire, melting the bell and killing the priest.:
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Werewolves have dominated legends and myths for hundreds of years. This infographic details their origins from around the world and explores the differences in werewolves culturally. Mythical Monsters, Werewolf Legend, Real Werewolf, Lycanthrope
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Werewolves have dominated legends and myths for hundreds of years. This infographic details their origins from around the world and explores the differences in werewolves culturally.
Creatures, Monsters and Supernatural Beings of Native American Mythology! #NativeAmericanMythology #Monsters #Infographic #NativeAmericanFolklore #Mythology #MrPsMythopedia Native American Mythology, Native American Tribes, Native American Legends, Native American Religion, Native American Drawing, Native American Spirituality, Native American History
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Creatures, Monsters and Supernatural Beings of Native American Mythology! #NativeAmericanMythology #Monsters #Infographic #NativeAmericanFolklore #Mythology #MrPsMythopedia
Brandon Parsons
Brandon Parsons