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Pincoya- Chilean myth: a female water spirit that has long blonde hair and has incomparable beauty. If she dances facing the sea then there will be an abundance of fish. If she dances with her back towards the sea, seafood would be scarce.

Pincoya- Chilean myth: a female water spirit that has long blonde hair and has incomparable beauty. If she dances facing the sea then there will be an abundance of fish. If she dances with her back towards the sea, seafood would be scarce.

Mythology Around the World: Common Themes: The Ocean

Mythology Around the World: Common Themes: The Ocean

Dinosaurs!

Dinosaurs!

Danmbala Wedo (the Snake Spirit) & his wife Ayida Wedo (the Rainbow Spirit)

Danmbala Wedo (the Snake Spirit) & his wife Ayida Wedo (the Rainbow Spirit)

Ask ('ash') and Embla ('elm) were the first two humans created and are written about in the Prose Edda.   "Soul they had not, sense they had not, Heat nor motion, nor goodly hue; Soul gave Othin (Odin), sense gave Hönir, Heat gave Lothur and goodly hue." - Bellows Translation

Ask ('ash') and Embla ('elm) were the first two humans created and are written about in the Prose Edda. "Soul they had not, sense they had not, Heat nor motion, nor goodly hue; Soul gave Othin (Odin), sense gave Hönir, Heat gave Lothur and goodly hue." - Bellows Translation

Cychreides- Greek myth: a dragon that was raised by a demigod named Cychreus, son of Poseidon. He raised the serpentine dragon before he became ruler of Salamis. After his coronation, the dragon went on a rampage and was captured by Eurylochus. He then gave it to the goddess Demeter who kept it as a pet.

Cychreides- Greek myth: a dragon that was raised by a demigod named Cychreus, son of Poseidon. He raised the serpentine dragon before he became ruler of Salamis. After his coronation, the dragon went on a rampage and was captured by Eurylochus. He then gave it to the goddess Demeter who kept it as a pet.

Srayuda- jeparan folklore: a serpent with the face of a human. It was reported over rivers. Its presence was said to be an omen of a river flood.

Srayuda- jeparan folklore: a serpent with the face of a human. It was reported over rivers. Its presence was said to be an omen of a river flood.

Kokogiak (Inuit) - Ten-legged polar-bear monsters that can summon hallicinations of any creature they eat, so they can use these illusions to lure loved ones of the victim towards them to become their next meal.

Kokogiak (Inuit) - Ten-legged polar-bear monsters that can summon hallicinations of any creature they eat, so they can use these illusions to lure loved ones of the victim towards them to become their next meal.

Seps (Medieval Bestiaries) - Snake with highly corrosive venom

Seps (Medieval Bestiaries) - Snake with highly corrosive venom

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