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  • space funeral

    A form of burial service that sends the dead body into space instead of burring it on earth. The idea with space funeral is that it's consistent with popular beliefs what when people die they go up into heaven. Since the space is a giant vacuum devoid of air and humidity, the body never decays or ...

    Personal life; Funeral
  • banshee

    The banshee is a female spirit in Irish mythology, usually seen as an omen of death and a messenger from the 'otheworld'. They are generally thought to be remnants of an ancient Celtic pagan religion in which they were minor gods, spirits, or ancestors. In English they are often referred to as ...

    Religion; Mythology
  • gorgon

    In Greek mythology, a gorgon is an evil woman creature having her hair made of living and venomous snakes. Legend says that looking at the face of a gorgon will turn a person into stone. Derived from the Greek word for "dreadful", the term most commonly refers to any of three wicked sisters, ...

    Religion; Mythology
  • Minotaur

    In Greek mythology, the Minotaur is a monster of Crete with the body of a man and the head of a bull. The name minotaur is derived from the Greek words "Minos bull". It lived in a labyrinth, a large maze-like construction built for King Minos of Crete especially to house the bull. The Minotaur was ...

    Religion; Mythology
  • griffin

    A mythical animal with the head and wings of an eagle and the body and tail of a lion. As a hybrid of two power animals that are considered kings of their respective species, the griffin is regarded as an especially powerful and majestic creature. Griffins are known for guarding treasure and ...

    Religion; Mythology
  • mermaid

    A fabled female marine creature with the head, torso, and arms of a woman and the tail of a fish. Mermaids appear in the folklore of many cultures worldwide and are often associated with female beauty and love as they are usually portrayed to be gentle, beautiful creatures falling in love with ...

    Religion; Mythology
  • cyclops

    In classical mythology, a cyclops is a member of a primordial race of giants, each with a single round eye in the middle of its forehead. They are fabled to inhabit Sicily, and to assist in the workshops of Vulcan, under Mt. Etna. Cyclops are thought to be sons Neptune and Amphitrite. The name ...

    Religion; Mythology
  • satyr

    In Greek mythology, a satyr is a half-man, half-goat like creature that is described to be roguish but faint-hearted folk — subversive and dangerous, yet shy and cowardly. They were originally seen as male companions of Pan and Dionysus, the goat god in ancient Greek civilization. Their goat-like ...

    Religion; Mythology
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