A basilisk is a mythological creature with a fowl’s head and serpentine body, important as a Symbol in Alchemy and ...
Duende Pronounced: Do-en-day (or, if spoken quickly, dwen-day) In Spain and Portugal, the word Duende refers to spirits like goblins ...
Dwarves Origin: Germanic; Norse Dwarves are famous as Snow White’s cuddly forest companions, but there’s nothing dopey or silly about ...
Fairies are beings who occupy a middle realm between Earth and heaven. Fairies have magical powers and aresometimes associated with ...
Faun Origin: Italy Fauns manifest as men with goat’s legs and horns, similar to Pan and the satyrs. Fauns are ...
Gnomes are subterranean spirits now most associated with garden statuary. They resemble tiny people: Paracelsus described gnomes as two spans ...
A gremlin is a small, pesky spirit that first appeared in British military aircraft during World War I. Royal Air ...
Mermaid Nearly every culture on Earth possesses mermaid lore. They appear all over the world. Those lacking oceans have fresh-water ...
shape-shifting (metamorphosis) The transformation from one body into another, such as humans into the bodies of animals and birds. A ...
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unicorn In world mythology and folklore, a fantastic animal usually portrayed as a small horselike creature with a single horn ...
A werewolf is a human being who turns into a wolf and later resumes human form. During their episodes as ...
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