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Wiryabudisantoso Wiryabudisantoso 19 days ago

4th of July 2024

Happy 4th of July 2024!

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Carmelita.Peeps Carmelita.Peeps 25 days ago

Unveiling the Power of Personal Branding: Lessons from Ganesha, the Remover of Obstacles

In Hindu mythology, Ganesha, the elephant-headed god, is revered as the destroyer of obstacles and the symbol of new beginnings. But what can this divine deity teach us about personal branding in today's competitive world?

1. Recognizable and Memorable

Just like Ganesha's unique elephant head makes him instantly recognizable, a strong personal brand should create a lasting impression. Craft a distinct personal brand that reflects your skills, experience, and values. This could involve a compelling bio, a professional headshot, or even a signature style.

2. Expertise and Authority

Ganesha is not only the remover of obstacles; he is also the patron of arts and sciences. Similarly, a powerful personal brand should establish you as an authority in…

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Jacobproper1 Jacobproper1 26 May

Power Rangers versus super Sentai myths

One myth are based on Japanese mythology the others are based on western mythology, including dragons

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8Jake 8Jake 14 May

Top 10 werewolves in popular culture

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Sailor man95 Sailor man95 22 June 2023

Mermaid picture

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CutieNini CutieNini 21 June 2023

Who's the victim?

The cold stone wall pressed against Perseus' body. It was his only way to ground himself and reassured himself that what was in front of him was no illusion. His breaths were short and staggering from the fear gripping tightly around his diaphragm. The entire cave was filled with the stench of rotting flesh and the excrement of bats.

Sickly green snakes slithered across the head of a pale woman. Illuminated by the light of Perseus' fallen torch, he could see her through the reflection of his shield resting against a statue of a man dressed in royal armour. Each gasp of breath from her was dry, and the air scraped against her parched throat.

Perseus swallowed down the rising fear boiling in his stomach. The handle of Hermes' sword was drenche…

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Praying Mantis Man Praying Mantis Man 10 May 2023

Críptidos: Mexican Legendary Creatures

Críptidos: Join us as we venture through the Yucatan peninsula in search of legendary creatures and cryptids. Could giant ground sloths have survived extinction and live in remote caves?

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Jacob Proper95 Jacob Proper95 10 March 2023

The Atlantis chronicles

Cast of characters ariala Gandor Aladar Nor

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Jakester95 Jakester95 9 March 2023

Fanfic Thor Meets Hercules

The story begins in Mount Olympus Hera had hatred for her stepson, Hercules hades is approached by Hera where should we find these other gods. said Hades, Norse of course Hera said Hades has met hel the Norse goddess of death and her pet Fenrir, the wolf Zeus approaches and meets the reincarnated Thor and his wife, who is also reincarnated and his children. I am a big fan the reincarnated Thor says, I like you to meet my son Hercules. He has a won many labors, and he has eaten the golden apples to become a mortal to become a true God, like you to be continued

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CutieNini CutieNini 19 December 2022

Fear is powerful

There was nothing left of the wild chamomiles that bloomed for the gods. East winds that used to carry the fragrance of the woods and the sounds of the wild were silenced.

Instead of freshwater feeding Gaia's soil, blood rained from the battle. Men, some barely old enough to be called youths, lay gutted open like offerings to Zeus. The victors, those favoured by Nike, marched off to celebrate, whilst the Keres flocked together to feast on the flesh of the fallen and gnaw at their naked bones.

The young Phobos, a deity entering his youth, stood beside his twin brother Deimos. Their father returned to his chariot. Words could not describe the emotions that flooded through the boys' minds as they stared at the dead.

A bloody hand grabbed onto De…

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CutieNini CutieNini 11 December 2022

Occasionem carpe

"Occasionem carpe," Mother used to whisper into my ear.

Seize the opportunity.

I stood in the open field filled with wildflowers for it was Persephone's time to visit her mother, Demeter. Apollo had ridden off with his chariot and it was only Selene and I. Even the winds Zephyrus blew, were warm as they danced through the grass.

"Caerus, I will seize thee," I warned.

The night before had been peaceful. I was at a music festival, watching the youths and maidens dance to the music and chants, celebrating Persephone's return. Within the gaggle of dancers, I spotted a heated gaze. A youth, with burning blue irises and pomegranate red lips, watched me as I stood with my companions.

One of the girls around me dared to call the youth's attention towar…

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Akiko Misaki Akiko Misaki 24 November 2022

Afarit and Shayatin

The diffs between ifrits and shaitans:

  1. Ifrits are types of jinn who are inherently evil.
  2. Shaitans are fallen jinn or angels.
  3. Ifrits aren’t always evil; sometimes, it’s just an epithet for the intelligent and fast jinn.
  4. Shaitans are always evil.
  5. Ifrits are always free-willed and redeemable.
  6. As for shaitans, that depends on the work or the religion in question, some make them lack free will and irredeemable, and some make them free-willed and redeemable. Evil beings are always free-willed in Islam.
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Akiko Misaki Akiko Misaki 23 November 2022

Demons in Islam

The Arabic word for demon is daymuun and often used for the Ancient Greek daemon, but what’s known as a demon in English called an ifrit in Arabic (likely a Persian influence because the native sense of the word is wicked). Actually, demons are a Christian thing, but they’ve got their equivalent in the Mesopotamian mythus, the Ancient Semitic religion, Judaism and Islam. Ifrits are different from Divs despite being adpoted partally from them, similar to daemons, divs were originally deities in the Proto-Indo-Iranian religion before they got demonised.

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Akiko Misaki Akiko Misaki 23 November 2022


Each species in pre-Islam who was separate or from another group has become a demon (fallen angel or fallen jinni respectively) or a human in Christianity and Islam. Ghouls are often linked to ogres, jinn, and undead. But actually, the pre-Islamic Arabian view proves that they’re their own thing as even tho’ they’re very similar to monsters, bogeys, and demons, but they’re unique themselves. Actually, Islamic ghouls are jinn, European ghouls are demonic undead, East Asian ghouls are Yaoguai and Awsang (all of those were adopted from the Arabian myth), some Arabian myths also consider them as ogres, other Arabian myths consider them as humanoid animals, in Cthuthu Mythos they’re eldrich types of aliens, but I’m referring to the original pre…

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Akiko Misaki Akiko Misaki 22 November 2022

Roman Mythology

Roman mythology is not exactly like Greek.

List of the Roman deities of Greek origin:

  • Apollo, originally the only son of Latona but later Diana became his sister, and she’d had no relation with Artemis except being both goddesses of hunts.
  • Hercules (Heracles).
  • Libera (Ariadne).
  • Lucifer (Eosphorus), his brother Vesper is originally Roman but identified with the Greek Hesperus.
  • Proserpina/Proserpine (Persephone/Core).
  • Pluto (Hades).
  • Bacchus (Dionysus).
  • Inuus (Pan).
  • Vesta (Hestia).
  • Juventus (Hebe).
  • Silvanus (Silenus), but later identified with Pan.
  • Although Jupiter is short for the two words: Dios (Zeus) and Pater (Father) but he is not related to Zeus rather Dyeus whom was the origin of both two.

List of the Roman deities of non-Greek origin:

  • All Italic go…
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Akiko Misaki Akiko Misaki 22 November 2022


  • Zoroastrianism is my favourite Magian religion. By the way; Surely, yazatas are gods in Yazadanism and Hinduism, but not in other Dharmic and Magian religions, being deities in Zoroastrianism or hypostases is an arguable thing (sometimes they are separate entities similar to angels) except for a few examples: Burz, Ahura Mazda, Anahita, Mithra, and those who were originally Hindus (like Usha).

The hypostasis thing is also applied to Angra Mainyu (Ravanna) and his daevas.

And surely there is no god in Manichaeism except for Zurvan. Like yazatas and daevas, aeons are deities in Neoplatonism but being deities in Gnosticism or Manichaeism is an arguable thing, but surely the Monad is the greatest among the aeons and considered a god in all the p…

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Bajadasaurus234 Bajadasaurus234 9 August 2022

Greek Memes that would make Hermes proud

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Threefuries Threefuries 25 July 2022


hi i'm threefuries and i like greek mythology, so yeah lol

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Top2456 Top2456 12 July 2022

Monsters of the Mind (Remake)

  • 1 Greek Mythology
  • 2 Folklore
  • 3 Dragons
  • 4 Halloween Monsters
  • 5 Sea Monsters
  • 6 Monsters of Today
  • 7 Literary Monsters
  • 8 Monsters of the Movies

  • Cyclops
  • Gorgons
  • Minotaur
  • Centaur
  • Chimaera
  • Hydra
  • Cerberus
  • Pegasus
  • Sphinx
  • Ladon
  • Phoenix
  • Griffin
  • Sirens
  • Harpies
  • Typhon
  • Echidna
  • Argus Panoptes
  • Antmen
  • Orthus
  • Stymphalian Birds
  • Nemean Lion
  • Erymanthian Boar
  • Calydonian Boar
  • Karkinos

  • Grendel
  • Nuckelavee
  • Unicorn
  • Sleipnir
  • Qilin
  • Perytons
  • Manticore
  • Wendigo
  • Camazotz
  • Ahuizotl
  • Piasa
  • Roc
  • Ogre
  • Sekhmet
  • Anubis
  • Banshee
  • Cthulhu
  • Fenrir
  • Morgan Le Fay
  • Spring-Heeled Jack
  • Selkie
  • Salamander
  • Hippogriff
  • Scorpion Man
  • Golem
  • Skeletal Warrior
  • Catoblepas
  • Cockatrice
  • Ganesha
  • Garuda
  • Kappa
  • Tengu
  • Oni
  • Yuki-Onna
  • Nure‑Onna
  • Rokurokubi
  • Gashadokuro
  • Itsumade
  • Fenghuang
  • Shiva
  • Yale
  • Troll
  • Azhi Dahaka
  • Mermaid
  • Behemoth
  • Ziz
  • Satan
  • Gogmagog

  • European Dragon
  • Wyvern
  • Chinese Dragon
  • Japanese Dragon
  • Pelu…

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SJB1995 SJB1995 5 July 2022

Short film: My Last Day

My Last Day is a 2011 Christian anime short film created by The Jesus Film Project, with Barry Cook and STUDIO4°C. The story unfolds through the eyes of a criminal who receives the same crucifixion sentence as Jesus Christ. This is a short film of regret, repentance and redemption.

The film begins with a prisoner watching from the prison bars as Jesus gets flogged in Pilate’s courtyard. He remembers Jesus teaching and wonders why they’re hurting an innocent man. Horrified, he remembers his own crime: He’s in an alley with a rich gentleman. Holding him up with a knife, he tries to take a box of coins and belongings. The thief is nervous so when he tries to go after the man, he fumbles. The man fights him with the box. Coins go flying. The thi…

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CutieNini CutieNini 13 January 2022

Cold Love

The myth of Pygmalion and Galatea, but if Aphrodite ignored the man's wishes.

In an old shed with mould covered walls and broken doors, sat a lonely sculptor. The stench of sweat and rotting wood danced around him. He sat to admire his work, searching for an imperfection. The sculptor’s chisel fell to the ground. Awe and fear scattered across his face. His masterpiece was finally complete. There were no imperfections. Before his hollow- eyes stood his marbled love. She stared at the sculptor with emotionless eyes. The man crawled across the filth to touch the plump thigh of his sculpted lover.

Upon his lover’s bleached skin remained the sculptor’s grimy fingerprints. For the first time in years, the sculptor smiled, causing his dried lips to…

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Praying Mantis Man Praying Mantis Man 11 January 2022

Tikis, Volcanoes and Mythological creatures

Aloha/Kia ora,

Do you like tikis, Pacific Islands and mythology? Then you should check out! Adding new pages on Polynesian mythology on a regular basis.

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Mrgrim4563 Mrgrim4563 27 November 2021

My second name

If you know yoki and enjoy them my aka name is well aka-name

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Praying Mantis Man Praying Mantis Man 28 October 2021

Norse Mythology

Hello everyone,

Do you like Norse mythology? I have several upcoming projects related to Norse mythology, including a film in Old Norse about Þjálfi and Röskva, a documentary on Scandinavian trolls and this Halloween costume of me as Tyr getting his arm bitten off by Fenrir. I'll keep you all posted on the development of these projects!

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Brailiebox Brailiebox 7 October 2021

braithology categorization

classes, levels, titles, and ranks. the class/level/title/rank system, or the categorization system. a way for me to put my characters into neat little boxes! also helpful if i ever make gacha game out of this.

(below this point has been copy pasted from the official document! original doc can be found here)


What they are & how they work

An Official Braithology Document


So, what are classes, levels, titles, and ranks?

  • CLASS - the height of a given character’s status or power within braithology
  • LEVEL - how powerful a given character is within their class
  • TITLE - an arbitrary term used to show what a character’s abilities are
  • RANK - how hard/rare a character is to obtain

CLASSES are measured …

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Brailiebox Brailiebox 6 October 2021

wham! bam! braithology!

hi hi!!! i was told to post my au content here so thats what i will do!!

quick note!! if something is this color, it is a link and you can click on it! certain words or terms have a link explaining it or the context, so if you don't understand something be sure to check the link!

introduction .. so, a short rundown of what this is all about: i make mythology content, but different. i basically just take stuff from mythology and change it to make it my own! so like characters, myths, places, relationships, and everything else you can think of. here is the official project website if you're interested!

the bulk of this first post will be me explaining all of the characters, so yeah! let's get into it

we can start with.... the olympians! (i'll go in…

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Praying Mantis Man Praying Mantis Man 4 July 2021

A Japanese Legend

Do you have a fascination with old Japanese myths and legends? Japanese mythology is full of epic tales of adventure along with deep reflections on life. Here is a link to the trailer for my upcoming short film inspired by the Japanese legend of Yasuke, the black samurai.

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DCOMadicted23 DCOMadicted23 5 May 2021

Ayo! I'm New!

Hello! I'm dcom, and I am new here! I made an edit or two, and I'll check out the discussions. This wiki is awesome! I'm a PJO\MC\HoO\ToA fan, but my fascination for myths started back when I was like six. My first grade year we did World History, and spent a month or two on the Greeks. I was fascinated with Sparta, where I learned it's said that Sparta is Ares' city. Ares led me to learn about Greek mythology, that led me to read PJO, and then got me into Norse myths (YAS). I now do a lot of myth incoperated writing, mostly Norse rn. You can find me on Quotev here:

I also love the music produced by League of Legends, MCU, Becky G, Zendaya, DuckTales, Narnia, Star Wars, and more.

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Parker Green Parker Green 2 April 2021

The Faun

The faun (Capranthropus faunus) also known as the "silenos" or the "satyr" is a bipedal bovid native to Greece and Rome, but originally came from Planet Olympus. Males are more common than females, and they were believed to be an all-male species for a while too.

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JaFoReCe JaFoReCe 9 March 2021

About Akkor-kamuy

There are few things I want to point out regarding this entity.

At-kor-kamuy [アッコロカムイ/大章魚] is a mythological monster from the Ainu legends literally meaning “deity (kamuy) with tentacles (at-kor)” in Ainu language. The origin of At-kor-kamuy, according to Ainu people’s oral tradition from Toyo-ura Town [豊浦町] in Abuta District [虻田郡] (Hokkaido), tells how a giant spider called Yauskep [ヤウシケプ] emerged from earth and began destroying the villages. Upon hearing the villager’s cry for help, the Ainu deities appointed Repun-kamuy [レプンカムイ] to solve the problem; deity of sea/ocean in the Ainu Mythology. In order to save the villagers, Repun-kamuy drew Yauskep into the Gulf of Funka [噴火湾] (today’s Gulf of Uchiura [内浦湾]) and transformed the giant spid…

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Parker Green Parker Green 7 March 2021


The Olympians are a race of energy-based beings from an extradimensional planet called "Olympus", who were worshipped by the ancient Greeks and Romans. But since humanity has long outgrown their need for deities, they no longer seek worship, and thus returned to their homeworld. As for their past attitudes, being immortal gave them plenty of time to reflect on their past misdeeds and nowadays they've decided to better themselves.

Their lineage can be traced back to insanely large humanoids known as the "Titans", specifically as offspring of the ones named "Rhea" and "Kronos".

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Praying Mantis Man Praying Mantis Man 11 January 2021

Yeti Film

After years in the making, the first installment in the Cryptidz Cinematic Universe is finally here! Shot entirely in the Tibetan language. Don't forget to watch the post credits scene! Have a happy Halloween!

I just shot a short horror film on the legend of the Yeti. The film is entirely in the Tibetan language (english subs) and set in the Himalayan mountains.

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Praying Mantis Man Praying Mantis Man 15 December 2020

Roman Mythology Film

I'm thinking of doing a film on Roman mythology, mainly the founding of Rome and the sons of Mars, the god of war. Let me know your thoughts.

Raised by a wolf and adopted by shepherds, the twins Romulus and Remus are unaware of their royal blood and that they are demigods, sons of the war god Mars. It is the dawn of a new empire, one that would change the world forever.

  • Romulus
  • Remus
  • Amulius
  • Rhea Silvia
  • The Wolf
  • Numitor
  • Mars, bringer of war
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SJB1995 SJB1995 7 November 2020

Elements based on Norse mythology

Space Wolves Chapter of the Adeptus Astartes, from Warhammer 40,000.

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SJB1995 SJB1995 19 October 2020

Monty Python and the Holy Grail

In the year of Our Lord

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Akiko Misaki Akiko Misaki 2 September 2020


Flügels (also known as skywings and ten-tsubasashu) are a humanoid celestial race, similar to angels, with a luminous and holy nature, and multi-coloured wings. Some of them are halo-less. This race is created by Yuu Kamiya (in No Game No Life), then adopted to other fictional works with the "otherworld" genre.

  • Celestial force manipulation
  • Colourfulness
  • Feather aura
  • Holy halo
  • Mortality

  • Flügel - No Game No Life Wiki.
  • Flügel - Yume-Gami Saga Wiki.
  • Flügel - Yasei no Last Boss ga Arawareta! Wiki.
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SJB1995 SJB1995 31 August 2020

Dracula (2020 TV series)

Dracula is a television series developed by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat, based on the 1897 novel of the same name by Bram Stoker. The series was broadcast and released on BBC One and Netflix and consists of three episodes. Dracula premiered on 1 January 2020 and was broadcast over three consecutive days.

  • 1 Plot
  • 2 Characters and cast
  • 3 Gallery
    • 3.1 Characters
  • 4 External links

This series follows Dracula from his origins in Eastern Europe to his battles with Van Helsing's descendants and beyond. Netflix's description reads: "The Count Dracula legend transforms with new tales that flesh out the vampire's gory crimes-and bring his vulnerability into the light."

  • Claes Bang as Count Dracula
  • Dolly Wells as Sister Agatha Van Helsing / Dr Zoe Van Helsing
  • John Heffernan …

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Tragould Tragould 24 August 2020

Dragon Family

The Dragon Family is a species of the same category of how the world had viewed Dragons, the example is in that the East had Long/Asian Dragon and Drukk/Arctic Dragon as how the east had viewed dragons of the culture. While the Americas had Coatl and Amphiptere that are Serpents with Wings as the East viewed them as gods. But the complete Serpentine like the Leviathan/Sea Orc that always labeled as Dragons of the Sea and the Wyrm/Basilisk as seen in most of English to Irish Folklore as images of the Devil. The unusual is the Hydra which has multi heads, and the Basilisk/Tarasque with multiple legs and eyes. The ones more similar to Dinosaurs are the Wyvern similar to the Therapods like T-Rex and The Dragonette similar to the Bird footed Din…

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Akiko Misaki Akiko Misaki 24 July 2020


A dragonborn (also: demi-dragon and half-dragon), is the offspring of a dragon and another species (usually a human). Unlike dragonewts; They might be humanoid dragons or just humans with scales in two cases; They possess draconic abilities and sometimes can transform into full dragons.

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SJB1995 SJB1995 15 July 2020

What-to-do lists

  • Making Norse heroes & items' articles
  • Vampire & undead films and anime pages
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X-Mutant X-Mutant 24 June 2020

Brutal Age: Horde Invasion

  • Chief
  • Warriors
  • Oracles
  • Spellcrafters
  • Apprentices
  • Riders
  • Berserkers
  • Marauders
  • Scouts
  • Shamaen
  • Colonels
  • Nomads
  • Marksman
  • Drum Beaters
  • Flamen
  • Executor
  • Valor

  • Giants
  • Giant Boar
  • Leviathan
  • Dragonkin
  • Giant Wolves
  • Dragonman
  • Cobalt
  • Bally
  • Bally Jr.
  • Fierce Beast
  • Magic Turtle
  • Giant Snakes
  • Ghosts
  • Giant Bird
  • Wind Rider
  • Ragehorn
  • Vile & Duller
  • Valkyrie
  • Zyra
  • Scarecrow
  • Dragon Shaman
  • Sharkie
  • Panda Po
  • Catfish Fighter
  • Dragon Eel
  • Giant Carp
  • Giant Pike
  • Giant Catfish
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Laminalnihan Laminalnihan 8 April 2020

Rings of power in Norse mythology

Among the vikings, the ring was a potent symbol of power, fortune and fame. A gift of honor and form of currency, it was also sometimes a royal heirloom. The magic rings of Norse mythology were also symbols of destiny and, in their bleakest form, symbols of doom. One famous example was the cursed ring, Andvarinaut, which blighted many lives. Another ring of doom was Thor's Domhring, formed by a circle of stone statues surrounding a punishment pillar in front of his temple. The Domhring possibly symbolized the inevitability of retribution. Much more joyous and fabulous rings were Odin's astounding Draupnir which literally dripped eight similar gold rings every nine days; or Thor's Oath Ring, a symbol of fair play and good faith. The rings o…

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Praying Mantis Man Praying Mantis Man 14 February 2020

I made it into a Film Festival!

It's official! My caribbean mythology short film made it into the 5th Biannual Simian Jimmy Short Film Festival as Official Selection. Simian Jimmy is a YouTuber with 154 thousand subscribers



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Praying Mantis Man Praying Mantis Man 6 February 2020

Voodoo and Caribbean mythology

Check out this video I made on Haitian Voodoo.

It features the Loa spirits, such as Legba and Baron Samedhi .  Learn real magic! 

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Baron Samedi Ghede Baron Samedi Ghede 27 January 2020

Haitian Mythology Wiki

If you like African and Caribbean mythology, check out

It's cool

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Cschaer25 Cschaer25 25 November 2019

Cthulhu Mythos

The Cthulhu Mythos is a shared fictional universe, originating in the works of American horror writer H. P. Lovecraft. The term was coined by August Derleth, a contemporary correspondent and protégé of Lovecraft, to identify the settings, tropes, and lore that were employed by Lovecraft and his literary successors.

The name Cthulhu derives from the central creature in Lovecraft's seminal short story, "The Call of Cthulhu", first published in the pulp magazine Weird Tales in 1928.

Richard L. Tierney, a writer who also wrote Mythos tales, later applied the term "Derleth Mythos" to distinguish Lovecraft's works from Derleth's later stories, which modify key tenets of the Mythos. Authors of Lovecraftian horror in particular frequently use elemen…

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Cschaer25 Cschaer25 25 June 2013


Sauron is the title character and main antagonist of J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings. He is the embodiment of a "Dark Lord."

In the same work, he is identified as the Necromancer, mentioned in Tolkien's earlier novel The Hobbit. In Tolkien's The Silmarillion (published posthumously by Tolkien's son Christopher Tolkien), he is also described as the chief lieutenant of the first Dark Lord, Morgoth. Tolkien noted that the Ainur, the "angelic" powers of his constructed myth, "were capable of many degrees of error and failing", but by far the worst was "the absolute Satanic rebellion and evil of Morgoth and his satellite Sauron".

  • 1 Biography
    • 1.1 Before creation of the world
    • 1.2 First Age
      • 1.2.1 Sauron's fall
      • 1.2.2 The Lieutenant of Morgoth
    • 1.3 Second Age
      • 1…

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Loki42 Loki42 30 March 2019


Hello, people of said “seemingly inactive” wiki. My name is Gabe, otherwise known as *reads username* Loki42.

I’ve been interested in mythology for a long time. And I’ve joined the Fandom a few years ago. But it only occurred to me recently to start showing my love for these things. So here I am I suppose.

Now, this isn’t my first time editing pages, and since I’ve read all of the Percy Jackson books I should be an expert on all of this (that was a joke btw 😁). I’ve done a bit of java programming blah, blah, blah I’ll just cut to the point.

I’m interested in working on editing this wiki for a long while.

Cya in a bit, i suppose...

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SJB1995 SJB1995 25 August 2018


Dracula is an 1897 Gothic horror novel by Irish author Bram Stoker. It introduced the character of Count Dracula and established many conventions of subsequent vampire fantasy. The novel tells the story of Dracula's attempt to move from Transylvania to England so that he may find new blood and spread the undead curse, and of the battle between Dracula and a small group of people led by Professor Abraham Van Helsing.

Dracula has been assigned to many literary genres including vampire literature, horror fiction, gothic fiction, and invasion literature. The novel has spawned numerous theatrical, film, and television interpretations.

  • 1 Plot
    • 1.1 Deleted ending
  • 2 Characters
  • 3 Background
  • 4 Gallery
  • 5 External links

The story is told in an epistolary format, as a se…

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TheAsgardianMay TheAsgardianMay 9 October 2017

Norse Gods

I like how most of the Norse Gods are heroes and they care about saving lives. TheAsgardianMay (talk) 15:36, October 9, 2017 (UTC)

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