Tikoloshe sketch Photo courtesy of The Mythical Creatures Guide The Tikoloshe, found in Zulu mythology are said to be small, imp-like creatures that possess various forms of magical powers. The Zulus describe the Tikoloshe as being about as tall as a typical Gnome or Gremlin. Their heads are similar in appearance to that of a … Continue reading Tikoloshe: African Dwarves, Sprites, and Fairies
https://youtu.be/Gnj89lIYxhE Follow the link above for the full episode A special two-part episode with Folklorist and Cultural Adviser, Savannah Rivka as our guide on a whimsical journey through the legends of Japan. Hear tales of ghosts, phantoms, strange apparitions, spirits dolls, stigmatized properties, magic, mystery and more.
https://youtu.be/5eqwDraT6O8 Heather and Jason take you on a journey through time, exploring the origins of Halloween traditions. From ancient rituals, witch trials, and conspiracy, to Trick or treating, mass-produced costumes and more candy than you can handle. All Hallows Eve, Samhain, Spooky Days, Whatever you choose to call it, the meaning remains the same. The … Continue reading The Halloween Tree: A Look Into Where our Traditions Come From and How Capitalism Has Affected Them: By Heather Jane Metcalf
https://youtu.be/g_fqMq5Mb3g The team researches legends of giant avian creatures throughout the world and their possible connections to contemporary reports of massive winged beasts. INTRODUCTION Strictly defined by the Encyclopaedia Britannica Online, a Thunderbird is… “In North American Indian mythology, a powerful spirit in the form of a bird. By its work, the earth was watered … Continue reading Look To The Skies: An Investigation Into Thunderbirds, From Folklore To Cryptozoology