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German folklore, the Weisse Frauen (meaning White Women) are elven-like spirits that may have derived from Germanic paganism in the form of legends of light elves (Old Norse: Ljósálfar).

German folklore, the Weisse Frauen (meaning White Women) are elven-like spirits that may have derived from Germanic paganism in the form of legends of light elves (Old Norse: Ljósálfar).

#Celtic Gods And Beliefs Of Ireland England And Wales

Celtic Gods And Beliefs Of Ireland England And Wales

#Celtic Gods And Beliefs Of Ireland England And Wales

Aufhocker- German folklore: a very dangerous shapeshifter that has no defined shape. It usually took the form of a wolf-like beast to leap upon the backs of people and bite their throat out. Sunlight and church bells frighten it. It cannot be killed.

Aufhocker- German folklore: a very dangerous shapeshifter that has no defined shape. It usually took the form of a wolf-like beast to leap upon the backs of people and bite their throat out. Sunlight and church bells frighten it. It cannot be killed.

Brynhildr (also spelled Brunhild, Brünnhilde, Brynhild) is a shieldmaiden and a valkyrie in Germanic mythology, where she appears as a main character in the Völsunga saga and some Eddic poems treating the same events.

Brynhildr (also spelled Brunhild, Brünnhilde, Brynhild) is a shieldmaiden and a valkyrie in Germanic mythology, where she appears as a main character in the Völsunga saga and some Eddic poems treating the same events.

Landvættir (“land wights”) are spirits of the land in Norse mythology and in Germanic paganism. They protect and promote the flourishing of the specific places where they live, which can be as small as a rock or a corner of a field, or as large as a section of a country.                                                                                                                                                      More

Landvættir (“land wights”) are spirits of the land in Norse mythology and in Germanic paganism. They protect and promote the flourishing of the specific places where they live, which can be as small as a rock or a corner of a field, or as large as a section of a country. More

(6) marilyn manson | Tumblr

(6) marilyn manson | Tumblr

The kobold (occasionally cobold) is a sprite stemming from Germanic mythology and surviving into modern times in German folklore. Although usually invisible, a kobold can materialise in the form of an animal, fire, a human being, and a candle. The most common depictions of kobolds show them as humanlike figures the size of small children. Kobolds who live in human homes wear the clothing of peasants; those who live in mines are hunched and ugly; and kobolds who live on ships smoke pipes and…

The kobold (occasionally cobold) is a sprite stemming from Germanic mythology and surviving into modern times in German folklore. Although usually invisible, a kobold can materialise in the form of an animal, fire, a human being, and a candle. The most common depictions of kobolds show them as humanlike figures the size of small children. Kobolds who live in human homes wear the clothing of peasants; those who live in mines are hunched and ugly; and kobolds who live on ships smoke pipes and…

Krampus. If your young are troubling you on the lead up to christmas just threaten them with this christmas demon: http://www.theparanormalguide.com/blog/krampus

Krampus. If your young are troubling you on the lead up to christmas just threaten them with this christmas demon: http://www.theparanormalguide.com/blog/krampus

Frigg by Johannes Gehrts (1901)

Frigg by Johannes Gehrts (1901)

The Bunyip seems to have developed from Aboriginal legends of a water monster that made a bellowing noise. Description from wanowandthen.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The Bunyip seems to have developed from Aboriginal legends of a water monster that made a bellowing noise. Description from wanowandthen.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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