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The Fideal an evil water spirit of the Highlands. The personification of entangling bog grasses and water weeds.

The Fideal an evil water spirit of the Highlands. The personification of entangling bog grasses and water weeds.

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The Cù Sìth of Scottish mythology is an enormous, otherworldly hound, said to haunt the Scottish Highlands. Roughly the size of a large calf, the Cù Sìth was said to be black in color with shaggy fur and a long braided tail. The Cù Sìth was feared as a harbinger of death and would appear to bear away the soul of a person to the afterlife (Grim Reaper). Cù Sìth literally means "barrow hound".

The Cù Sìth of Scottish mythology is an enormous, otherworldly hound, said to haunt the Scottish Highlands. Roughly the size of a large calf, the Cù Sìth was said to be black in color with shaggy fur and a long braided tail. The Cù Sìth was feared as a harbinger of death and would appear to bear away the soul of a person to the afterlife (Grim Reaper). Cù Sìth literally means "barrow hound".

Cu Sith was a phantom hound that haunted the Scottish Highlands said to be owned by faeries. He would cross the realm of the Faery to ours to seek out mortal victims. Men would hear his blood curtling barks from the hills and hide their wives for they knew what he had come to take. The Cu Sith would come and steal mortal women to use their milk for Faery children. The beast was normally the size of a cow or calf and was dark green or black.

Cu Sith was a phantom hound that haunted the Scottish Highlands said to be owned by faeries. He would cross the realm of the Faery to ours to seek out mortal victims. Men would hear his blood curtling barks from the hills and hide their wives for they knew what he had come to take. The Cu Sith would come and steal mortal women to use their milk for Faery children. The beast was normally the size of a cow or calf and was dark green or black.

408 Lady in the Water (2006)

408 Lady in the Water (2006)

A Wee Highland Coo

A Wee Highland Coo

5 Amazing Facts that Will Make You Love Moths

5 Amazing Facts that Will Make You Love Moths

✯ Urisk A Scottish version of the Satyr. It has the body of a human from above and of a goat below. They have small horns on their heads and they live in the forest people. They have a strong sexual behaviour and like to get drunk often. Eventually over time the Satyr became the form of the Devil in Christianity. It is similar in nature to the Brownie. Some consider Urisk to be a sub-species of Fuath :: Artist Alan Lee✯

✯ Urisk A Scottish version of the Satyr. It has the body of a human from above and of a goat below. They have small horns on their heads and they live in the forest people. They have a strong sexual behaviour and like to get drunk often. Eventually over time the Satyr became the form of the Devil in Christianity. It is similar in nature to the Brownie. Some consider Urisk to be a sub-species of Fuath :: Artist Alan Lee✯

Tuonela is the Underworld, The Realm of The Dead, in Finnish mythology. Like other Underworlds from mythology, it sits on an island and is reached by crossing a river. It is ruled over by the God Tuoni, and His Wife, Tuonetar, who serves as Ferrywoman and Hostess. This realm appears in the Kalevala when Väinämöinen travels there seeking knowledge.

Tuonela is the Underworld, The Realm of The Dead, in Finnish mythology. Like other Underworlds from mythology, it sits on an island and is reached by crossing a river. It is ruled over by the God Tuoni, and His Wife, Tuonetar, who serves as Ferrywoman and Hostess. This realm appears in the Kalevala when Väinämöinen travels there seeking knowledge.

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