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poseidons-trident: Ἑκατη Hekate was the goddess of magic,…

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poseidons-trident: Ἑκατη Hekate was the goddess of magic,…

poseidons-trident:

Ἑκατη

Hekate was the goddess of magic, witchcraft, the night, moon, ghosts and necromancy. Some also called here the ‘Queen of Ghosts’.
She was famous for her knowledge of herbs, poisonous plants and sorcery. She resided in the Underworld where she was the mistress of the hateful Keres, who she directed in the brewing of magic potions.

Source: Tales of Necromancy


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susierpt: We lift our branches and though we weepNo death…

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susierpt: We lift our branches and though we weepNo death…

susierpt:

We lift our branches and though we weep
No death could conquer, you only sleep
Goodnight, sweet ladies…
Goodnight, sweet friends…
You lie but sleeping
Someday we will meet again

Source: Tales of Necromancy


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24 Extremely Local Cryptids You've Probably Never Heard Of

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24 Extremely Local Cryptids You've Probably Never Heard Of

24 Extremely Local Cryptids You’ve Probably Never Heard Of:

Big Muddy Monster
Murphysboro, Illinois

“Murphysboro, Illinois, (near Southern Illinois University-Carbondale) has repeated sightings (and smellings) of the Big Muddy Monster. Many believe it may be related to (if not the same as) the Creve Coeur Monster, sighted near the St. Louis suburb. This is an animal often likened to Sasquatch in size and appearance, but with a distinct ‘skunky’ smell. Those who believe the two cryptids are the same surmise that the animal swam down the Big Muddy River in Murphysboro to the Mississippi River and, thence, north to the Missouri River, by which it swam to a bend in the river near Creve Coeur.” — flashgourd

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Source: Equinox Paranormal


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