Erkunde Afrikanische Mythologie, Archetypen und noch mehr!

The Harbinger of the African Gods  God’s Copy-Arbeit (partiell aus 2006) vom 27.08.2011  Hochformat: 300,14 x 400,05 mm  Digital und von Hand signiert, nummeriert  Auflage: 22 Blatt  In Originalgröße/Fotoqualität: 30,00 Euro inkl. MwSt. zzgl. Versandkosten    (Selbstverständlich ohne sichtbaren Copyrightvermerk)    Bestellung per E-Mail an: Maran.Alsdorf@t-online.de

The Harbinger of the African Gods God’s Copy-Arbeit (partiell aus 2006) vom 27.08.2011 Hochformat: 300,14 x 400,05 mm Digital und von Hand signiert, nummeriert Auflage: 22 Blatt In Originalgröße/Fotoqualität: 30,00 Euro inkl. MwSt. zzgl. Versandkosten (Selbstverständlich ohne sichtbaren Copyrightvermerk) Bestellung per E-Mail an: Maran.Alsdorf@t-online.de

Bone-chilling Legends from Around the World -  #infografía

Bone-chilling Legends from Around the World

The Bo (駮). There is a beast dwelling here whose form resembles a horse but with a white body, black tail, a single horn, and tiger’s teeth and claws. It makes a sound like a drum and is called the Bo. The Bo devours tigers and leopards. It can also protect against weapons.

The Bo (駮). There is a beast dwelling here whose form resembles a horse but with a white body, black tail, a single horn, and tiger’s teeth and claws. It makes a sound like a drum and is called the Bo. The Bo devours tigers and leopards. It can also protect against weapons.

Zheng- Chinese myth: a five tailed, red leopard with one horn on its head. It lived in the mountains.

Zheng- Chinese myth: a five tailed, red leopard with one horn on its head. It lived in the mountains.

More info on the Kasha, a Japanese yokai that appears as a flaming cat and is a servant of hell.

More info on the Kasha, a Japanese yokai that appears as a flaming cat and is a servant of hell.

Mermaids are a part of myth and folklore in many cultures around the world. In Japan, legends from centuries ago tell stories of frightened fishermen encountering these mysterious creatures of the sea, and unlike the modern images we have of beautiful mermaids, most of the Japanese creatures were downright scary, evil, and ugly, as if straight out of a horror movie.

The real history of Japanese mermaids that you probably didn't know

Mermaids are a part of myth and folklore in many cultures around the world. In Japan, legends from centuries ago tell stories of frightened fishermen encountering these mysterious creatures of the sea, and unlike the modern images we have of beautiful mermaids, most of the Japanese creatures were downright scary, evil, and ugly, as if straight out of a horror movie.

they-hide-in-the-dark:  Ijiraq - A shapeshifter from Inuit mythology, an Ijiraq is a spirit that has the ability to transform into any arctic animal in order to disguise themselves. Normally it appears as a half-man-half-caribou monster but it can take any form that it chooses. Its most common ones being: a raven, bear, wolf or human. The only part of its body that it cannot disguise is its eyes, which are bright red. No matter what form it takes its eyes will remain red.

they-hide-in-the-dark: Ijiraq - A shapeshifter from Inuit mythology, an Ijiraq is a spirit that has the ability to transform into any arctic animal in order to disguise themselves. Normally it appears as a half-man-half-caribou monster but it can take any form that it chooses. Its most common ones being: a raven, bear, wolf or human. The only part of its body that it cannot disguise is its eyes, which are bright red. No matter what form it takes its eyes will remain red.

Japanische Kunst. Samurai Holzschnitt von DaVinciArtPrints auf Etsy

Japanische Kunst. Samurai Woodblock Druck Reproduktionen. Akashi Tadamasu von Utagawa Kuniyoshi, c. Jahren. Feiner Kunstdruck

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