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The Leshy is a male woodland spirit in Slavic mythology believed to protect wild animals and the forests. They usually appear as tall men, but have the ability to change size and shape-shift into any form, animal or plant. Leshies have beards made of living grass and vines, and are often depicted with a tail, hooves, and horns. The Leshy has pale white skin and dark green eyes. They are the lords of the forest and hold close bonds with gray wolves, bears, and all animal life.
Selkies are animals found in Faroese, Icelandic, Irish, and Scottish mythology. They can change themselves from seal to human structure. Selkies have the capacity to shapeshift by shedding their seal skin, a dangerous attempt on the grounds that they should reapply the same skin to come back to seal structure.
Stories encompassing these animals are generally sentimental tragedies. They are permitted to reach people for just a short measure of time before they must come back to the ocean. Much of the time people have unknowingly fallen head over heels in love for selkies. Different times, people have shrouded the skin of the selkie, along these lines keeping it from coming back to seal structure. Male selkies are extremely nice looking in their human frame, and have awesome enchantment controls over ladies.
On the off chance that a man discovers and takes a female selkie’s skin then she will be under his control and is regularly compelled to turn into his wife. The animals have been known to draw people into the ocean, by making illusions and a misguided feeling of reality.
Berserkers were a gathering of Norse warriors. They are human, however in fight went into an almost wild, daze like anger, and changed into wolves, bears, and wild bulls. This empowered the men to battle all the more successfully. Their name would offer ascent to the English word “wild”. Berserkers were said to wear the pelts of bears and wolves as they entered fight and could make the full change as they felt vital. They are portrayed as having red eyes, staggering quality, and continuance. Different Scandinavian rulers utilized berserkers as a component of their armed force or as enlisted men and regal bodyguards. Comparative conduct is depicted in the Iliad, in which warriors are controlled by Gods and given the ability to show superhuman capacities.
In Japanese old stories the Kitsune is a canny and enchanted being. The animal’s quality increments with age, insight, and background. Kitsune is a Japanese fox. They can accept human shape and are extraordinary cheats. The animals are noted for having upwards of nine tails. A kitsune may take human structure when it achieves a notable age, normally 100 years. They want to accept the state of a delightful lady, young lady, or elderly man. The animals can clone the presence of a person. Kitsune have a trepidation and contempt of pooches. They can readily show themselves in individuals’ fantasies and make illusions so expound that they are seen as reality. The kitsune can fly, get to be imperceptible, and regularly produce fire or lightning. In a few areas of the world the animals can curve time, space, and make individuals frantic.
The púca is an unbelievable animal of Celtic fables, most strikingly in Ireland, the West of Scotland, and Wales. The púca is a legendary pixie and extreme shape-shifter. The animals are equipped for expecting a mixed bag of startling structures, including a steed, rabbit, goat, troll, or puppy. Regardless of what shape the púca takes, its hide is constantly dull.
They are most ordinarily seen as a dark stallion with a streaming mane and luminescent orange eyes. Púcas have the ability to utilize human discourse and in spite of the fact that they are known for giving solid counsel, they additionally appreciate confounding and alarming people. Púcas have an affection for questions and are friendly animals. They want to assemble and play tricks on clueless individuals and kids. In numerous locales of the world the púca is seen as an animal of the mountains and slopes. They are fantastically regarded and if treated pleasantly will help people.
The Wendigo is a creature appearing in the mythology of the Algonquian people. Descriptions of the Wendigo vary across culture, but they are generally described as a large alien-like canine beast. They are malevolent and cannibalistic creatures. Wendigos are strongly associated with the winter, the north, and coldness. Human beings will transform into Wendigos if they perform cannibalism.
The person will become possessed by the demonic spirit of the beast, usually in a dream. Once transformed, the individual will become violent and obsessed with eating human flesh. These monsters are the embodiments of gluttony, greed, and excess. They are never satisfied with killing and consuming one person. Wendigos are constantly searching for new victims. They have been classified as giants and upon transformation the human will grow considerably in size. They populate rural and highly forested, mountainous regions. Recently the Wendigo has become a horror entity, much like the vampire, werewolf, or zombie.
An encantado is a Brazilian fabulous animal. They live in a profound submerged domain named the Encante. Encantados are most normally seen as a kind of freshwater dolphin or ocean wind that can shape-shift into human structure. They are described by predominant musical capacity, enticing quality, and appreciation for gatherings. The animal’s change into human structure is by all accounts uncommon, and typically happens during the evening. While in human shape the encantado will wear a cap to conceal its jutting brow.
It doesn’t vanish while shape-shifting and often shows otherworldly capacities, for example, the ability to control tempests and frequent people. They utilize different personality control systems and can perpetrate sickness, craziness, and even passing. The animals are known for capturing people. Numerous villagers won’t go close to the Amazon River during the evening due to this. A lot of South Americans trust in the presence of the encantado and case to have seen and associated with the species.
An aswang is a mythical creature in Filipino folklore. The legend of the aswang is well known throughout the Philippines, except in the IIocos region. The creature is described as a combination of vampire and witch and is almost always female. The aswang is an eater of the dead and a cannibal. They are capable of transforming into either a huge black dog or a black boar. The creatures stalk and eat human beings at night.
Garlic bulbs, holy water, and other objects are believed to repel aswang. Many stories revolve around these creatures eating children and unborn fetuses. In human form they appear normal, and are quiet, shy, and elusive. At night, they transform into the deadly beast. One key feature of the aswang is its bloodshot eyes. In the Middle Ages, the aswang was the most feared among the mythical creatures in the Philippines.
Vampires are legendary creatures said to feed on the blood of humans and animals. It is difficult to make a single, definitive description of the folkloric vampire, although they were usually reported as bloated in appearance, ruddy, purplish, or dark in color. They are shape-shifters and can take many forms, predominantly bats or humans. Vampires are typically described as the un-dead, although some cultures believe that they can be living. Beginning in the 19th century, modern fiction began to portray vampires as gaunt and pale.
In the past, vampire superstition in Europe led to mass hysteria, which resulted in corpses being staked and people being accused of vampirism. Many violent killing sprees have been attributed to vampires. They are known to terrorize their previous neighborhoods and will seduce their victims, waiting for the right moment to attack the neck.
The creatures will frequently visit their relatives, particularly their spouses. Vampires are masters of disguise and camouflage. The most recently recorded case of vampirism is that of nineteen-year-old Mercy Brown, who died in Exeter, Rhode Island in 1892.
Lycanthropes or werewolves are fanciful people that can shape-shift into wolves or human wolf-like animals. They can contaminate the human populace with a nibble and the animal’s change is frequently connected with a full moon. The lycanthropes mythology began in Europe, however numerous records are discovered everywhere throughout the old world. Highlights of the werewolf incorporate the meeting of both eyebrows at the scaffold of the nose, bended fingernails, low set ears, and a swinging step.
They have super-human quality and faculties, a long ways past those of either wolves or men. The brutes are known to feast upon the destitute and simple prey. An individual can be recognized as a werewolf by trimming into their substance to uncover hair or by uncovering uncommon abounds under their tongue. In coming back to the human frame the animal gets to be frail and weakened. Up until the 20th century wolf assaults on people were generally reported reasons for mass demise in Europe.