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Muldjewangk (Australian) - Giant merman monster. As you noticed lately i'm not really updating this much, that is because I took my Mythika project to Tumblr: click --> http://myth-lord.tumblr.com/  if you are interested. I can put more text with the pictures on Tumblr. I will still update this pinterest page as well from time to time.

Muldjewangk (Australian) - Giant merman monster. As you noticed lately i'm not really updating this much, that is because I took my Mythika project to Tumblr: click --> http://myth-lord.tumblr.com/ if you are interested. I can put more text with the pictures on Tumblr. I will still update this pinterest page as well from time to time.

Horrifying Japanese Urban Legends ...  Not sure if I'll be visiting Japan EVER!

Horrifying Japanese Urban Legends

I think I need to read more into Norse Mythology--- Norse Mythology is the bomb:

Wolves In Norse Mythology

Mother Goddess (Matrika) One of a group of 7 ….. Period: Post-Gupta period Date: mid- 6th century Culture: India (Rajasthan, Tanesara) Medium: Gray schist Dimensions: H. 24 1/2 in. (62.2 cm) via metmuseum

Mother Goddess (Matrika) One of a group of 7 ….. Period: Post-Gupta period Date: mid- 6th century Culture: India (Rajasthan, Tanesara) Medium: Gray schist Dimensions: H. 24 1/2 in. (62.2 cm) via metmuseum

Papinijuwari- Australian myth: cyclopes that carry a torch in one hand and a club in the other. They live in huts where the sky ends and stalk the night sky looking for victims. They appear like shooting stars in the sky because of their torches. They feed on dead bodies and on the blood of the sick. They find victims by smell. They turn invisible and drink their blood without leaving a wound. Eventually, they shrink down and enter through the mouth to drink the rest of the blood.

Papinijuwari- Australian myth: cyclopes that carry a torch in one hand and a club in the other. They live in huts where the sky ends and stalk the night sky looking for victims. They appear like shooting stars in the sky because of their torches. They feed on dead bodies and on the blood of the sick. They find victims by smell. They turn invisible and drink their blood without leaving a wound. Eventually, they shrink down and enter through the mouth to drink the rest of the blood.

The Bolotnik in Slavic mythology is usually portrayed as a man or as an elderly man who is covered with dirt, algae and fish scales. In some legends he is said to have long arms and a tail. He would appear to people as a full-bellied, naked man with frog-like arms and buggy eyes. He does not tolerate loud noises so it is always a good practice to stay dead silent when passing through marshes. Artworkt: LynxMB

The Bolotnik in Slavic mythology is usually portrayed as a man or as an elderly man who is covered with dirt, algae and fish scales. In some legends he is said to have long arms and a tail. He would appear to people as a full-bellied, naked man with frog-like arms and buggy eyes. He does not tolerate loud noises so it is always a good practice to stay dead silent when passing through marshes. Artworkt: LynxMB