Bau was a healing and protection goddess who lived around 2,500 BCE. She was sinabi to be the daughter of the sky god An and the god of the south wind, named Ninurta. Her temples contained an area known as “The Kennel” where sick and injured people were brought for healing. Murals in these temples ipakita how Bau healed a sick person: sa pamamagitan ng transforming them into either a dog or a wolf.
Wolf-shaped protection statues devoted to Bau madala the motto, “Don’t stop to think, bite!”
And thats just what she did. Bite. If a Sumerian patient could not be healed...
A gunslinging werewolf slayer from the old west mysteriously rises from the grave, only to find that the band of mga asong lobo that brutally murdered his wife are still running rampant generations later.
In a bad mood again! the god Zeus decided to pay a surprise visit to some human royalty in 1200-800 BCE. Unfortunately King Lycaon, of Arcadia, was in no mood to host an angry god so he made a plan to kill Zeus in his sleep.
That’s where the story gets muddy. The only agreed facts that follow are:
a) Somebody died, possibly a child, who definitely wasn’t Zeus and possibly got cooked into a human stew.
b) Zeus didn’t like his hapunan that night and got really mad.
So Zeus turned the King and his 50 sons all into mga lobo and then hunted them down with...
It was a sunny afternoon in the land of the wolves. I carefully examined the ground and noticed some elk tracks. Three weeks till I ate last. How much tracking before I can eat again. It wasn't like this before. I remember back when I could have whatever I needed.
"Sir your pagkain is ready. Is there anything else you require?" Asks a very young servant boy of what looked to be fifteen. I shake my head and open the dish pleased with what I saw. It was my paborito casserole.
"Not that I can think of, please do be gone so I can eat in peace." I say waving away the boy before I begin...
Everything on this artikulo is from Your Lupine Life app.
In ancient Japan, there was a lobo god named Horkew Kamuy, “the howling lobo god” who lived on the tuktok of a mountain and helped the humans sometimes with their problems. Problems like fire, disease and disasters. The humans would climb to his mountain temples and pray for his help and Horkew Kamuy would send one of his magic white mga lobo down the mountain to help out the humans below.
In return, the humans had to promise two things. One, to feed these magic white mga lobo and two, to return them unharmed to Horkew Kamuy when things got...
In Rome around 758-728 BCE, a demi-goddess named Rhea Silva had secret twin baby boys named Romulus and Remus sa pamamagitan ng a secret father who may have been the god Mars or the demigod Hercules.
When Rhea’s uncle Amulius found out, he locked Rhea up, snatched the boys and abandoned them in the woods to die. But luckily Rhea was a demi-goddess of the forest and she could talk to the forest animals. She called to a mother lobo called Loba or Lopa, in some stories.
Loba found Romulus and Remus and brought the mga sanggol tahanan to her cave where she fed them with her...
Everything on this, (including the picture), I got from the app and website, Your Lupine Life.
When little Fenrir was born he scared all of the gods. That’s because he was the lobo son of Loki the Norse God of Chaos or Mischief and his mom was a giantess named Angrboda. A prophesy foretold that a lobo would kill Odin and bring on the Ragnarok -which is the very end of the world.
To prevent the prophesy coming true, the gods tried again and again to chain Fenrir. Each time they failed, Fenrir was too strong. Finally they found the right leash – a magic ribbon called Gleipnir made only by...