A to Z Challenge Folklore

Vengeful Furies #AtoZChallenge #folklore

F is for Furies. Vengeful goddesses who destroy the wicked… Sounds awesome! Folklore The Hymns of Orpheus, Translated by Thomas Taylor [1792] TO THE FURIES The FUMIGATION from AROMATICS. VOCIFEROUS Bacchanalian Furies, hear!Ye, I invoke, dread pow’rs, whom all revere;Nightly, profound, in secret who retire,Tisiphone, Alecto, and Megara dire:Deep in a cavern merg’d, involv’d in …

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Selkies: Mysterious Seal-Faeries #folklore

Selkies are such marvellous Fae. Not only are they able to take two forms, they are also able to grant wishes and bring luck. They’ve captured the imagination of artists, writers and folklore enthusiasts. They are another great addition to the therianthrope group: changing from seal to human form by shedding their skin. Therianthrope n …

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Bat Folklore and Facts #folklore

Bats have always been the subject of scary stories. They are strange creatures, neither animal or bird – but something from a nightmare realm. And their stories can be found in ever culture, most likely due to their world domination – they can be found everywhere but for the iciest places on Earth. But are …

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