Rusalka- Slavic myth: female water creatures that were able to walk out onto land at night to dance and sing in meadows. Their singing would entice men to follow them to their death at the lake floor. They had green hair, translucent skin, and pupil-less eyes. They wielded magic combs that could conjure water when ever needed. If their hair dried out on land, they would die.
Glasya-labolas- Christian myth: a president of hell. He was the creator of murder. he told all things past and to come. he knew all sciences, make love ignite in the heart of others, incited homicides and could make men invisible. He was depicted as a fire breathing dog with the wings of a griffin.
Selkie- Scottish myth: these are take the form of seals when in the ocean but when on land they shed their skin to become a human. If the skin is stolen then they can't return to seal form or to the sea which means they are stuck with whoever stole their seal skin.
goddess anuket: the personification and goddess of the Nile, particularly at Elephantine. She is part of a triad of gods with Khnum and Satis. She was depicted as a woman with a headdress of feathers. A temple dedicated to Anuket was erected on the Island of Seheil called Amen-Hery-Ab - Amen's Heart is Content. She is also a goddess of the hunt and is sometimes depicted as a gazelle.
Wag-by-the-way- Scottish legend: a small faery that has a long cat-like tail that it wags when angry or upset. They are always very cold, so like curling by fires in a house. They guard entryways into Scotland. And they also chose families to which warm up to.
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