Monday, January 7, 2013

Myth - Mystery legends of humanoid creatures

Myth - Mystery 21 Legend of humanoid creatures 

Mystery Legends humanoid the creatures (similar humans) always accompany human existence as the most intelligent creatures on Earth. Some mythical creatures that exist in every culture in the world, a fraction of which may have been true once lived in the distant past. And many sentient beings that exist in the culture of the world, described as humanoid. Literally, there are thousands of legendary humanoid creature that may exist in the real or believed to be lurking on our planet, but we will be here to tell the story of the most popular integrated in different cultures and religions.

1. Gog and Magog


Gog and Magog appear in several Scriptures such as the Qur'an, the Book of Genesis, the Book of Ezekiel and Revelation. They vary presented as supernatural beings, demons or ethnic groups that lurk on the ground. Gog and Magog into mythology and folklore and their existence is accepted by many religions including Islam, Christians and Jews.


Belief that accepted is widely both in Islam and Christianity believe that "Dzulqornain" (the big ruler west and east) around the world in three directions, until he found a tribe threatened by nations of Gog and Magog, which have "evil and destructive nature" and "cause great damage on Earth" tribe offered tributes to shelter. Dzulqornain agrees to help them, but refused the tribute, he built a large wall that can not be penetrated by Gog and Magog. They will be stuck there until the Day of Resurrection, and they escape, would be a sign of the apocalyps.

2. Uhang Pandak (Bunian)


Every region has a belief about these creatures Bunian, in the area of ​​Bengkulu, the Bunian called sebabah which is a form similar to humans except that they are small and legs reversed.

More to the hinterlands to mention there is also a story about Gugua creatures, which have bushy stature, shy and likes to mimic human behavior and actions. It is said that the ancient creatures can be captured. Community first capture these creatures by setting a trap. There is also the story of the marriage of these creatures with local residents and have offspring.

In the mountains Sebelat (Kerinci National Park) The Bunian believed to be human community forests. Local people call it Uhang Pandak. One foreign researcher named Deborah Martyr so very interested in the legend and do research, but until now these studies have not demonstrated results. Pandak Uhang term is the notion of people of short stature.

They constitute creatures whose existence has been known since decades ago, but until now hard to find physical evidence of the existence of these creatures authentic. Their existence itself is often reported by people who accidentally meet with them, a lot of tourists and foreign researchers who conduct research on the nature of Mount Sebelat accidentally met this creature collection.

The information successfully collected able to provide an overview of this Pandak Uhang. They are creatures that live on the ground, walking on two feet with a body that was covered by the short hairs (gray to brown) and a height of about 80 cm to 150 cm. Some scholars even classify Uhang Pandak as part of the chain of evolution that they call "mystery ape".

Over the last three years, local and foreign researchers have been exploring the woods in hopes of finding evidence of the Uhang Pandak. They have done a lot of ways of trapping began installing cameras in the forest areas, especially areas where frequent reports of sightings of the creature to Engineering trap to catch one of the creatures it.

The experts feel worried if the existence of the existence of Uhang Pandak this there, it is not impossible they were threatened with extinction as a result of logging activities and the destruction of their environment.

Besides uhang pandak, many communities person other burnian that trusted by communities in various regions. Some beliefs are even saying that the community is not a community Bunian ethereal being, but a human-like creature that has a little difference with human beings, no one thinks they are the human race itself and is part of an ancient race of human beings.

Regardless of whether or not they are part of the human race being fine or different. The world is still a mystery about them that must continue to do research on their whereabouts. Are not many relics and skeleton creature half ape or a newly found about the short man from flores proving there is a community of modern human beings beyond that ever existed and they hidden to one day be found.

3. Abarimon


Abarimon is the name of a legendary race with feet facing backwards, but even so, they are able to run very fast. They live side by side with wild animals and attempts to capture them failed because they are so wild.

They lived in a large valley of Mount Imaus (now called the himalaya mountains region of Pakistan). The air in the valley is said to have magical when a person inhales the long term, it will be impossible for such a person would not be able to breathe in the air somewhere else, and automatically making could never leave the valley in living conditions.

4. Nefilim

Nephilim is a creature, which appear in the Hebrew Bible; specifically mentioned in the Book of Genesis and the Book of Numbers, they are also mentioned in the texts of the Bible and in the writings of some non-canonical Jewish. They called the people who fall (the Fallen ones) and the human heart will collapse at the sight of them.

Some suggest that they are giants and when they fell, the ground shook, causing others to fall too. They may not be historical figures but ancient imagery may be questionable significance. Some argue they are the descendants of a hybrid between a fallen angel with her type of man. In the Hebrew Bible there is also mentioned as a Nephilims Refaim, which is an ancient race of giants in Iron Age and considered the death that lurk above the earth.

5. Mermaid

Mermaids are mythical water creature with a female human head and the body of a mermaid. This myth has been around since at least 5000 BC. Its origin is believed to be from the Great Queen Atargatis, which loved a mortal shepherd and unintentionally killed him.

Ashamed, she jumped into the lake to turn into a fish, but the water does not change the beauty entirely. Then be her daughter with fish-shaped waist down. But mermaids which recorded in English folklore regarded as a sign of bad luck. There is a big possibility that this myth originally came from the image of a person on Sirenias (water animals) or people who suffer from congenital Sirenomelia. (aka mermaid syndrome in which a child is born with his or her legs fused together).

6. Abatwa

In Zulu mythology, Abatwa is a small man said to be able to hide in the grass and up the ants. They described a nomadic lifestyle and hunt just for the game. Legend has it that if a person meets Abatwa, usually abatwa would ask questions like, "Where did you first see me?"

The person must answer by saying look at them from the mountains, or from distant regions. Because they are told are very sensitive to their size, and if someone answered incorrectly, Abatwa will try to kill them with poison arrows. Stepping Abatwa though unintentionally also said the consequences would bring to death. Because their shy nature, they only tolerate seen by toddlers, the Witch, and the pregnant woman. If a woman is pregnant at the age of seven months of pregnancy look Abatwa men, it is said that she will give birth to a boy.

7. Elf

Elf is a creature of Germanic mythology. The elves were originally considered to be a race of gods or semi-gods which endowed with magical powers, which they use both for the benefit or to injure human beings.

In pre-Christian mythology, they appear to have been divided into light elves and dark elves description comes from Norse mythology that man can be elevated to the rank of elves after death, possible cross between elves and humans in ancient beliefs Nordic Nymph of the Greek word translated as "elf" or its variants by experts Anglo-Saxon culture.

8. Cyclops


In Greek and Roman mythology, the Cyclops is a member of a primordial race of giants, each with a single eye in the middle of his forehead. Most likely this myth created one called cyclopia inherited disorders in which a human baby that has only one eye centre.

9. Orc

Orc is a legendary creature that appears in folklore and fantasy fiction stories as wild creatures with human-like posture, sometimes like a giant, usually green skin, she looked like a pig, monkey or a monster with long fangs, its fierce and savage. In this fantasy tale The Lord of the Rings, Orc is one of the races that inhabit the Earth center. Orc race identified as the ferocious and evil. Orc is the enemy of the elves and humans. They love to eat meat and sometimes they become a nation of cannibals. In the story of The Lord of The Ring also said that the Orcs first came from the Elves / Elves. but because they are always planted by the nature of hate, envy, jealousy, pride, and others which bad. Elf therefore could turn into an orc that the ugly

The word "orc" or "ork" associated with the devil, genie, ogre, an evil race, or monsters. The demons or the devil is often equated with "Orc". In these stories, movies and games, usually painted green-skinned orcs, unlike human face with two long fangs. Usually the larger size or the size of a human, and his character is more malignant.

10. Leprechaun

Leprechaun (Irish language: leipreachán) in Irish mythology is male compatriots fairies who inhabit the land of Ireland. Together with the other fairies, Leprechaun land inhabited Ireland before the arrival of the Celts. They are described as an old man who loves to do naughty. They trade by selling gravel or become shoemaker. They are said to save a lot of treasures.

11. Ogre


Ogre possibly derived from a Greek mythology Oegrus who was the son of the Greek god of blood shedder. While the ogre himself is a word of French. Oegrus may have cursed some people to ogres, a humanoid monster that is horrible and cruel.

Also featured in mythology, folklore and fiction. Ogre is often pictured in fairy tales and folklore as man-eaters, and have appeared in many classic works of literature. In art, ogres are often pictured with a large head, hair and beard, has a voracious appetite, and a strong body. The term is often applied in a metaphorical sense to disgusting persons who exploit, brutal or their casualties. France tells them the story of the habitat of the Kingdom of Logres [England].

12. Vampire


Vampires are mythological creatures that live by eating the life essence (generally in the form of blood) of living beings, regardless of whether they are undead (undead) or living organisms. Although vampire entities have been recorded in many cultures, the belief in vampires and bloodsucking demons is as old as man himself, and can be traced back to prehistoric times.

Vampires are generally referred to as a creature of the night that can be destroyed by daylight. The hole appeared above the grave is considered as a sign of vampire. There is no scientific evidence about vampire except bat vampire.

13. Tellem


Tellem were the people who inhabited the Bandiagara Escarpment in Mali. Mali and Dogon Community today treat Tellem has the power to fly. They are described as hobbits in Lord of the Hobbits and their residence built around the base of the cliff. Many of these structures are still visible in the area.

14. Yeti


Yeti or Snowman ugly, humanoid creature said to inhabit the mythical Himalayan region of Pakistan and Nepal. Some scientific community considers Yeti is a legend, but it remains one of the most famous creatures of cryptozoology which parallel with the Bigfoot of North America.

Yeti said to be tall, bipedal creature covered with long white hair and do not wear clothes. He has an interesting feature that can change her hair color from white color to a brownish red color.

15.  Werewolf

Werewolves are mythological humans with the ability to transform into a wolf or wolf-like creature, either purposely, being bitten or scratched by another werewolf, or after a curse. This transformation is often associated with the rise of the full moon. Werewolves are often attributed superhuman strength and senses were very sharp, well beyond the people in general.

16. Fomorian

In Irish mythology, is a race of semi-gods who inhabited Ireland in ancient times. They are believed to be the creatures that preceded the gods, similar to the Greek Titans.

Told that they represent the gods of chaos and wild nature, as opposed to the Tuatha Dé Danann who represent the gods of human civilization. They are sometimes said to have the body of a man and the head of a goat, or have one eye, one arm and one leg, but some of them, for example Elatha, very beautiful.

17. Blemmyes

Blemmyes is a fictional tribe, the race of beings who believed acephalous (headless) monsters who had eyes and mouths in their chests. Ancient writers sometimes use the term anthropophagi (Greek: man eaters) to describe Blemmyes, because they are known for their cannibalistic tendencies.

18. Encantado


A encantado is a legendary creature from Brazil. They live in the deep underwater in an area called Encante. Encantados most often described as a type of freshwater dolphin or sea snake that has the ability to shapeshift into human form.

They are characterized by superior musical ability, teasers, and
Have the attractions that lure. Transformation creature into human form seems to be rare, and usually occurs at night. While in human form encantado would wear a hat to hide a bulging forehead. It was not lost even though they have changed the shape and to show magical abilities, such as the power to control storms and haunt humans. They use various mind control techniques and can inflict illness, insanity, and even death. These creatures are known to kidnap humans. Many villagers will not go near the Amazon River at night because of this. Many people believe there encantado South America and claimed to have seen and interacted with this species.

19. Basajaun


In Basque mythology, basajaun is a spirit that inhabits caves or forests that protect herd of cattle and teaches skills such as agriculture and iron skill for humans. Basajaun also exists in Aragonese mythology in the valleys of Tena, Ansó, and Broto. Fifteenth-century carvings depicting basajaun century can be seen in Burgos Cathedral and in the monastery of Santa María la Real in Najera.

20. Giant


Giants often appear in mythological stories and legends as a large creature with amazing strength. In Greek mythology character appears Gigant and Titan, which is the parent group of Greek deities. They live in the ground and causing a phenomenon earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. Greek mythology also raise Kiklops, the one-eyed giant race. The story appears in the Odyssey.

In Hindu mythology, there is a kind of giant creature called Detya, Yaksa, Asura, and rakshasa. They are all small magnitude supernatural creatures. Most of those opposed to the Gods and the like annoying people. Some of them human form and called "Human Giant". Some of them are a particular devotee of the god, but once they get the gift, they become arrogant and gradually become evil.

Scandinavian mythology character raises Jotun, one of the supernatural creatures. Their large size. They live in Jötunheimr, one of the branches of Yggdrasil. Their attitude contrary to the Aesir and the Vanir (gods and goddesses), but sometimes they are in a relationship and marriage. There are several kinds of giant (Jotun), such as: Giant ice (hrímþursar); giant fire (eldjötnar), and mountain giants (bergrisar).

21. Sasquatch


Sasquatch or better known as Bigfoot is usually described as humanoid, large, hairy, bipedal. The scientific community considers Bigfoot is just a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax, not a real creature.

Bigfoot is a mysterious creature diciri-characterize very large, estimated at 2.5 m height. with feathers covering her entire body. Bigfoot reportedly been found in the region of Canada and North America since the 19th century. In view of footprints estimated to weigh up to 400 kg. Bigfoot also known as Sasquatch. Sasquatch is the name of animal legends circulating in North America.

Bigfoot meaning big feet are a giant creature remains of antiquity. It is estimated, the animal is still alive in the snowy mountains, including in the United States and the Himalayas of China, and people believe these creatures can be found throughout the world by different names, such as the Yeti of Tibet and Nepal, Yeren in China and Yowie in Australia.

as quoted from various sources. 

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1 comment:

  1. You write as if you don't understand english, Very pidgeon english. Very very hard to read. Hope you can read this