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Journeying the realms of virtu-reality where wo-man strives to decipher the conundrum........Note that: 1) may contain scary content. 2)In my ken, all beings thought of being gods are entities from other dimensions with supernatural powers way beyond regular human capacity. This made many people who have experienced their presence mis-perceive them as gods, demi-gods, etc.....Things change when a proportion of humans evolves into 'luminous' or the exohumans return; whichever may happen first...
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Basajaun

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In Basque folklore, Basajaun (pl. basajaunak) is a huge, hairy humanoid dwelling in the woods who protects flocks of livestock and teaches skills such as agriculture and ironworking to humans.

 

He is known as the first farmer from whom man learned about the cultivation of cereals and as the first blacksmith and the first miller, from whom man stole the secret of making the saw, the axis of the mill and how to weld the metals.

 

He gives shouts in the mountains, when a storm approaches, so that the shepherds may withdraw their sheep...

 

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Ningishzida

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Ningishzida in Sumerian folklore resides in the underworld.

 

His name in Sumerian is translated as "lord of the good tree".

 

In Mesopotamian tales, he appears in Adapa's legend as one of the two guardians of Anu's celestial palace, alongside Dumuzi.

 

He is sometimes depicted as a serpent with a human head...

 

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Dragoniae: Humbaba, Hubaba, Hum-ba, Humhum, Huwawa, Kumbaba, Khumbaba, Huwawa the Terrible

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Humbaba was the terrifying guardian of the Cedar Forest of Amanus, also called the Mountain of Cedars in Mesopotamian folklore.

 

This terrible monster was placed there to guard the Cedars and to kill any human that dare disturb its peace...

 

Humbaba is a giant, terrifying to look at.

 

He has a large, humanoid body with scale plates all over it...

 

Other sources claim that Humbaba took the form of a dragon who spits fire, though he was a giant at other times.

 

His breath raged on like a hurricane, and his voice spilled over the world as a storm...

 

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Glaistig

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The Glaistig is a solitary supernatural being of the Scottish Highlands, with the upper half of a woman and the lower half of a goat, although she is also believed to appear in human and animal form.

 

Her skin is grey, and long golden hair fell about her body.

 

Like many of the fairy races she was often seen clothed in green, in the form of a long flowing robe, which covered her goat half...

 

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The Bogeyman0: bogeyman, bogieman, boogeyman, boogieman

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Every child growing up has heard the threat at one time or another 'The bogeyman will come and get you...

 

This monstrous amorphous scary male or female humanoid often believed by children to be real...

 

It is widespread around the world under different names...

 

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Sasquatch

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The Sasquatch is a variation of the bigfoot race.

 

This cryptid is an ape-like humanoid is from Northern America.

 

Sasquatch walks upright like humans (bipedal). 

 

It is typically described as a creature between six and ten feet in height, who weighs upwards of 500 pounds.

 

The color of his hair ranges from reddish-brown to black, and it is said to have a strong odor.

 

Its brow ridge is low.

 

The creature is believed to be omnivorous and nocturnal, appearing mostly at night, and around shallow water bodies...

 

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Ocr

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The Ocr is a green skinned human-like creature with large sharp K9 teeth and pointy ears.

 

It is taller than humans but broader and more muscular.

 

Orc's have larger heads than humans but have thicker skulls and they have smaller brains.

 

Another biological feature of Orc's is their ability to suffer large wounds that wound almost certainly kill humans or other races.....

 

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Werebear

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The werebear is a shape-shifting fierce humanoid...


This creature is a memeber of the 'lycanthrope' family under the wide meaning of that moniker since the bear is a canine next of kin.


Werebears come from the folklore and beliefs of various people from North America to the Russian Federation...



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Adaro

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Adaro is the demon of sea from Oceanic folklore.

 

This merman-like spirit is not only described differently than any of the many other mermaids-mermen, it also behave differently.

 

Adaro can be dangerous to humans. It is known to shoot flying poisonous fish. These fish can cause unconsiousness and occasionally, even death.

 


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Jason, Charlie's curator insight, October 3, 2013 1:23 PM

This article represents religion in Oceania.  This article explains that this demon of the sea and was known to haunt and terrorize the sea. This also shows what the aboriganies believed in and sometimes have to stay away from the ocean because of this creature.

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Kapre, Agta

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Kapre is a Philippine legendary humanoid that could be characterized as a tree demon (but with more human characteristics).

 

It is described as being a tall (7 to 9 ft), brown, hairy male with a beard.

 

Kapres are normally described as smoking a big tobacco pipe, whose strong smell would attract human attention.

 

Probably, the term kapre comes from the Arabic "kaffir", meaning a non-believer...

 

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Aigmuxab

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Aigmuxab (Pl. Aigamuxa or Aigamuchas, Aigamuxa) is a man-eating ogre-like monster from African folklore.

 

Aigamuxa are very nasty and goofey.

 

If they catch you they will eat you alive. But d....

 

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Oni

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Oni is a Japanese humanoid demon-giant. 

 

In general, Oni is a hideous, gigantic creature with sharp claws, wild hair, and two long horns growing from the head....

 

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The Deerman of Kewanee

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Deerman is a half-human and half-deer who is said to reside in the area around Johnson Sauk Trail State Park.

 

Deerman is described as a creature with the upper body and partial torso of an antlered buck deer and the legs and lower torso of a man.

 

Deerman walks upright and as legend has it, comes out at night to often scare young couples who go to the park for some, shall we say, alone time....

 

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Tikbalang

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 A half-man half-horse creature from Philippine folklore.

 

It lives in secluded areas in swamps.

 

It is said that the knees of the tikbalang rise above its head, hiding its face.

 

The tikbalang is responsible for misleading travelers so that they will get lost. However, a traveler may find his way back by wearing his shirt inside-out.

 

It is also believed that if it rains with the sun fully out, a tikbalang is getting married.

 

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