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oedipusmotherfuckingtyrannus:

BALDUR IS ONE OF THE FEW NICE GUYS OF NORSE MYTHOLOGY, SO WHEN THIS CUTIE STARTED GETTING BAD DREAMS ABOUT HIS DEATH, HIS DADDY ODIN WENT TO FIND OUT WHAT THE FUCK WAS GOING ON.

SOME TRIPPY-ASS PROPHET TOLD HIM THAT BALDUR WOULD BE KILLED BY HIS BROTHER HODR…

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Kitsune - Japanese Mythology

Kitsune are believed to possess superior intelligence, long life, and magical powers. They are a type of yōkai, or spiritual entity, and the wordkitsune is often translated as fox spirit. However, this does not mean that kitsune are ghosts, nor that they are fundamentally different from regular foxes. Because the word spirit is used to reflect a state of knowledge or enlightenment, all long-lived foxes gain supernatural abilities.

It appears a lot more than I thought it did.

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kieranwritesbooks:

Have you suddenly woken up in a parallel universe in which there are temples everywhere, marble statues all up in everything, and hot naked people running around?

Congratulations! You might be in a Greek myth.

There’s a good chance you might probably won’t make it out…

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generationexorcist:


Inuit Mythology: Mahaha, Tuniit, and Other Creatures.
Inuit Mythology has proven time and time again to be an important element in society for the Inuit. Although it had more importance during the early years of the tribe, many of the Inuit Myths are still taken seriously to this day.
This Inuit had quite a few more myths than the other tribes, which focused primarily on the creation aspect of society.
There are a variety of different creatures that comprise these Inuit Myths such as the Mahaha, Ijiraat, Taqriaqsuit, Gallupilluk, Inupasugjuk, and Tuniit. Exploring these creatures is an important task to fulfill for any individual whom wishes to know more about this aspect of the Inuit tribe.
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generationexorcist:

Inuit Mythology: Mahaha, Tuniit, and Other Creatures.

Inuit Mythology has proven time and time again to be an important element in society for the Inuit. Although it had more importance during the early years of the tribe, many of the Inuit Myths are still taken seriously to this day.

This Inuit had quite a few more myths than the other tribes, which focused primarily on the creation aspect of society.

There are a variety of different creatures that comprise these Inuit Myths such as the Mahaha, Ijiraat, Taqriaqsuit, Gallupilluk, Inupasugjuk, and Tuniit. Exploring these creatures is an important task to fulfill for any individual whom wishes to know more about this aspect of the Inuit tribe.

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