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Serbian Mythology (book illustrations) by Dragan Bibin. “Vampir”, the Serbian word, is one of rare words that is widely accepted in languages around the world. The genuine Vampire is native to the Serbian and Balkan culture.

they-hide-in-the-dark:  Ijiraq - A shapeshifter from Inuit mythology, an Ijiraq is a spirit that has the ability to transform into any arctic animal in order to disguise themselves. Normally it appears as a half-man-half-caribou monster but it can take any form that it chooses. Its most common ones being: a raven, bear, wolf or human. The only part of its body that it cannot disguise is its eyes, which are bright red. No matter what form it takes its eyes will remain red.

Ijiraq - A shapeshifter from Inuit mythology, an Ijiraq is a spirit that has the ability to transform into any arctic animal in order to disguise themselves. Normally it appears as a.

There was a belief that the unborn child of dead pregnant woman can become a werewolf. This happens when an animal passes over the grave of a pregnant women. - Slavic mythology (comment from previous pinner)

Mariana Motoko tiene una forma interesante de llegar a las personas, no sólo creando imágenes con un gran valor estético, también estructurando historias.

La vida tiene siete días

Mariana Motoko tiene una forma interesante de llegar a las personas, no sólo creando imágenes con un gran valor estético, también estructurando historias.

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