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Boroka - Appearing as beautiful human women during the day, these carnivorous shapeshifters will sprout large wings and detach their torsos from the rest of their bodies at night. In this state, they will seek out sleeping victims and feed on their hearts and livers. They are recorded in the mythology of the Philippines.

-By Jesper Ejsing This little illustration here is an interior piece from the recent Dungeons and Dragons Monster Manual.

Mishipeshu - This panther-like deity is known from Native American folklore, and dwells particularly in and around the Lake Superior area, where it protects a large amount of copper. It is capable of possessing people using the water, moving like a waterborne disease, and its victims can only be cured using the copper from the lake.

Mishipeshu - "the Great Lynx" This panther-like deity is known from Native American folklore, and dwells particularly in and around the Lake Superior area.

These famous #witches can teach you a thing or two about brewing potions and doing magic! Witches are known all over the world, and these are seven of the most famous!

These famous #witches can teach you a thing or two about brewing potions and doing magic! Witches are known all over the world, and these are seven of the most famous!

Los trabajos de Hercules

This is an info-graphic of Hercules' trials. This is what he does in order to atone for killing his beloved wife and family.

Celtic zodiac--My Bf and I are both snakes... that explains alot LOL

Celtic Animal Zodiac- Falcon/Hawk for Kieran, Deer for Kenzie, Fox for Kolbie & Kyler, and Seahorse for myself. I had been pretty settled on wanting Native American totem animals, but Irish/Celtic makes more sense ;

A collection of ancient Greece's most amazing mythological creatures!  #Creatures #GreekMythology #AncientGreece #Monsters #Mythology #Infographic #MrPsMythopedia  https://www.facebook.com/MrPsMythopedia/

A collection of ancient Greece's most amazing mythological creatures! #Creatures #GreekMythology #AncientGreece #Monsters #Mythology #Infographic #MrPsMythopedia https://www.facebook.com/MrPsMythopedia/

Deities of Wisdom, Intelligence & Learning

Deities of Wisdom, Intelligence & Learning

Kaftar - Nimble and deadly shapeshifters, these Middle-Eastern creatures are much rarer nowadays due to a cure for their condition being discovered in 1376. They stalk the deserts and small towns on their outskirts, preying mostly on children that they are able to catch. It is for this reason that they are considered by some to be boogeymen.

Were-hyenas are a type of therianthrope, which is an incredibly nerdy way of saying someone who can shapeshift into an animal or human-animal hybrid. Unsurprisingly the animal of choice in this ins…