Claudia Lowrie

Claudia Lowrie

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In Greek mythology and Roman mythology, a harpy is a female monster in the form of a bird with a human face. They steal food from their victims while they are eating and carry evildoers (especially those who have killed their family) to the Erinyes. They seem originally to have been wind spirits. Their name means "snatchers"

HARPY [noun] Greek mythology: winged spirits best known for constantly stealing food from Phineas. The literal meaning of the word seems to be “that which snatches” as it comes from the ancient.

In Inuit mythology the ijiraq (pron.: /ˈiːjɨrɑːk/ ee-yə-rahk or /ˈiːdʒɨrɑːk/ ee-jə-rahk) is a sort of shape shifter who kidnaps children and hides them away and abandons them. The inuksugaq (or inukshuk) of stone allow these children to find their way back if they can convince the ijiraq to let them go.

In Inuit mythology the ijiraq (pron.: /ˈiːjɨrɑːk/ ee-yə-rahk or /ˈiːdʒɨrɑːk/ ee-jə-rahk) is a sort of shape shifter who kidnaps children and hides them away and abandons them. The inuksugaq (or inukshuk) of stone allow these children to find their way bac

Wulver- Scottish folklore: a wolf headed man like creature. It wasnt a werewolf nor was it ever a human. It was an immortal, solitary being. It enjoyed fishing. It wasnt bad towards people, but if you messed with him he would mess with you.

Wulver- Shetland folklore: a wolf headed man like creature. It wasnt a werewolf nor was it ever a human. It was an immortal, solitary being. It enjoyed fishing. It wasnt bad towards people, but if you messed with him he would mess with you.

Baku Chinese and Japanese Folklore Morphology: A furry creature with elephantine tusks and trunk. The Legend of the Dream Eater - The baku, otherwise known as the ‘dream eater’, is a mythological being or spirit in Chinese and Japanese folklore which is said to devour nightmares. The baku cannot be summoned without caution, however, as ancient legends say that if the baku is not satisfied after consuming the nightmare, he may also devour one’s hopes and dreams.

baku Origins: Chinese and Japanese Folklore Morphology: A furry creature with elephantine tusks and trunk. The fur is often striped like a tiger or zebra. Many believe early sightings of tapirs inspired this creature.