t h e g o r g o n s were three powerful, winged daemons named medusa, stheno, and euryale. while descriptions of gorgons vary across greek literature, the term commonly refers to any of three sisters who had hair made of living, venomous snakes, as well as a horrifying visage that turned those who beheld her to stone. of the three sisters, only medusa was mortal, and so it was her head which king polydectes of seriphos commanded the young hero perseus to fetch.
Andromalius is a mighty Great Earl of Hell, having thirty-six legions of demons at his service. He can bring back both a thief and the stolen goods, punishes all thieves and other wicked people, and discovers hidden treasures, all evilness, and all dishonest dealing. Andromalius is depicted as a man holding a big serpent in his hand ~ Sylvain Dousset
Walking with crows. Badh is the crone aspect of the triple goddess the Morrigan. She teaches us to meet and accept our fate. Life is seen as including many paradoxes so death rests as a valid process within the cycle.
Kelpie -- The Kelpie is a supernatural water horse from Celtic folklore. They tend to be malevolent in nature. They are able to transform (usually into beautiful women) and lure victims into the water to drown them.
The Furies, otherwise known as the Erinyes were the cruel underworld goddesses of vengeance and retribution. The three sisters consisted of Alecto (the angry), Megara (the grudging), and Tisiphone (the avenging) and were wards of the god Hades where they dwelled in the underworld. In some versions they are said to have been created by the blood of the titan Uranus while other versions praise them as daughter of the goddess Nyx, the goddess of the night. The sisters served as persecutors...
Tariaksuq- Inuit myth: a shapeshifter that kidnaped children. It's natural form was that of a half caribou, half human creature. It resided in a place between the world of the living and the world of the dead. You could never see it directly because it always stayed in your peripheral vision
Ceasg (kee-ask) - mermaid-type creature in Scottish mythology described as having the upper torso of a beautiful young woman and the tail of a grilse (a salmon). The Ceasg inhabits the lakes and waterways of the Scottish highlands. If captured the Ceasg has the ability to grant three wishes in exchange for her release. She can only be overcome by the destruction of her soul, which is kept safely somewhere else in a super-secret place outside of her body, such as in an object or land…